2009-10 Highlights: Saw action in all 30 contests, starting 21 ... Averaged 7.0 points, 3.0 assists and 1.6 rebounds per game on a 31.2 field goal percentage ... Had an assist/turnover ratio of 1.5 ... Recorded his first-career double-double with season-high 21 points and career-best 10 assists in NIU's 87-77 win over Mid-American Conference Tournament semifinalist Western Michigan (1/13/2010) - also had six threes against the Broncos ... Dished out at least five assists on five occasions, including three outings with seven or more ... Had more assists than turnovers in 17 individual games ... Recorded a season-high four rebounds twice, versus Ohio (1/27/2010) and in the first-round of the FirstEnergy MAC Tournament at Eastern Michigan (3/7/2010) ... Swiped a season-best four steals on two occasions (vs. Eastern Michigan on 1/26/2010 and at Bowling Green on 2/10/2010) ... Converted at least three field goals from three-point range six times ... Posted six double-digit scoring outputs, including three in MAC play ... One-of four NIU players to score at least 200 points (210) on the season.
Single-season NIU ranks: Tied for 34th in three-point field goals made (42) ... Tied for 10th in three-point field goals attempted (145) ... 22nd in assists (91) ... 32nd in assists per game (3.0) ... Tied for 48th in steals (29).
MAC ranks (all games): Tied for 13th in assists per game (3.03) ... ninth in assist/turnover ratio (1.47).
MAC ranks (conference games only): Ninth in assists per game (3.56) ... fifth in assist/turnover ratio (1.84).
2008-09 Highlights: Named to the Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Team ... Led all MAC freshmen in scoring (12.3 ppg), assists (2.62 apg), free throw percentage (.732), three-point field goals made per game (1.93) and minutes played (29.34 mpg) ... Named the MAC-West Co-Player of the Week on Nov. 24, 2008 ... Ended the season tied for 11th in the MAC in steals per game (1.47) ... Ranked fourth in the MAC in three-point field goals made per game (1.97) ... Recorded 18 double-digit scoring outputs, including seven in conference play ... Led the Huskies in scoring on seven occasions, and paced NIU in both assists (76) and three-pointers (56) ... Scored 20 or more points four times, including twice in his first three career games ... Poured in a career-high 27 points in the Huskies' 86-79 win over Indiana State (Nov. 21) ... Dished out more assists than turnovers in 11 contests ... Did not commit a single turnover against either Indiana State or Western Carolina (Nov. 29), playing at least 24 minutes in each contest ... Finished the season with just four more turnovers (83) than assists ... Dished out a career-high nine assists in the win over Chicago State (Dec. 6) ... Swiped a season-best six steals at Southeast Missouri State (Feb. 21) ... Led the Huskies in three-point field goal attempts (174), three-point field goals made (59), free throw percentage and assists.
Prep: Team MVP led Von Steuben to a 24-6 record and sectional title while averaging 22 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game as a senior ... Named all-state honorable mention as a senior and a junior, when he helped his team to a 26-5 record and sectional championship ... Played his first two seasons at Lake Park, garnering all-area honorable mention accolades as a sophomore to go with first-team all-conference and team MVP honors ... Earned conference all-academic honors all four seasons, and city MVP all-academic notice for his final two seasons.
Personal: Born Jan. 29, 1990 in Maywood, Ill ... Son of Kathleen and Michael DiNunno, Sr ... Has five brothers and sisters... studying business.