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Martin Breunig
Martin Breunig


Leverkusen, Germany

High School:
St. John's NW Military Academy

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 210




Wilcox Named MVP At UW Men's Basketball Banquet

Senior Aziz N'Diaye was honored with three awards, including the Harshman Award for the team's top rebounder.


Season Wrap - UW Made 6th Straight Post-Season

The Huskies finish the 2012-13 campaign with a 18-16 record; drop in the first round NIT at BYU.


Romar: 2013-14 Huskies ''Will Have More Basket Makers''

Transfer Perris Blackwell's debut plus the arrival of Nigel Williams-Goss and others have coach Lorenzo Romar believing depth, pressing and thus scoring will return next season.


Wilcox's 21 Helps UW Get By Jackson State 75-67

Scott Suggs adds 17 points and Aziz N'Diaye scores 12, with nine rebounds. But the Huskies (6-4) don't get the complete game they were seeking after an encouraging Thursday night.


Dawgs Hope To Get Bite Back In Late-Night Affair

Washington-Saint Louis will tip off at 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday at Alaska Airlines Arena (Pac-12 Network).


Highlights from 11-12

Terrence Ross Dunk


Husky Practice - Aug. 24

The Huskies practice before heading out on their foreign trip.


Washington vs. USC - AP Photo Gallery

Washington vs. USC - AP Photo Gallery


Washington vs. USC (AP and Orhun Uygur)

Washington vs. USC (photos by AP - and Orhun Uygur)


Washington vs. No. 11 Marquette

Washington vs. No. 11 Marquette


Washington vs. Portland

Washington vs. Portland

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Martin Breunig Quick Notes
• Full name is Martin Phong Ni Watt Breunig. Last name is pronounced "BROY-nig".
• Originally from Leverkusen (LAY-vur-coo-sun), Germany, the same hometown of former Husky great and NBA player Detlef Schrempf.
• Originally committed to Maryland, but reversed fields when Gary Williams retired.
• Competed for the German under-18 national team at the FIBA European Championships in Vilnius, Lithuania during the summer of 2010.
• Fifth UW player who hails from Germany (others Uli Steidl, Detlef Schrempf, Chris Welp and Patrick Femerling)

2012-13 (Sophomore) - Played in 9 games and scored just one point during the season ... saw just 3 minutes of action in Pac-12 play ... continues a line of Geman imports that have played at Washington, including all-time leading scorer Christian Welp and former NBA standout Detlef Schrempf ... scored four points off the bench in six minutes vs. Western Washington ... played 9 minutes in the season-opener vs. Loyola and had 1 point and 1 assist ... grabbed 3 rebounds in 9 minutes vs. Albany ... career-high 16 minutes vs. Colorado State ... grabbed a rebound vs. Cal Poly.

2011-12 (Freshman) - Played in 21 games and averaged 1.7 ppg ... averaged 8.1 minutes per game during the non-conference schedule but saw his minutes dip to 3.6 minutes a contest in just 9 conference appearances ... averages per 40 minutes of 11.5 ppg and 7.7 rebounds ... athletic and versatile wing player that has the ability to shoot from outside and play down on the low blocks ... scored 5 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 29 minutes of action during the World Vision Classic ... came off the bench and played 17 minutes with 8 points, 3 rebounds and 1 block in exhibition game vs. SPU ... was scoreless but grabbed 2 rebounds and dished out an assist in his college debut vs. Ga. State ... scored 5 points on 2x2 shooting vs. Fla. Atlantic and grabbed 3 rebounds ... career high 14 mins at St. Louis, where he scored 3 points off the bench ... drew Lorenzo Romar's praise after sparking UW off the bench vs. Houston Baptist with 4 pts and 5 rebounds ... played a combined 4 mins in NYC and went scoreless ... grabbed 3 rebounds in 8 minutes vs. S. Dakota St ... career best 2 blocks, plus 4 points and 3 rebounds vs. CS Northridge ... scored 4 points on 2x3 shooting, blocked a shot and dished an assist out in 6 minutes vs. USC ... played 5 minutes and scored a career-hi equaling 5 points at USC, including his first-ever 3-point make ... played 4 minutes and brought the house down with a thunderous fast-break dunk vs. Northwestern in the second round of the NIT.

Personel and St. John's Northwest Military Academy (Delafield, Wis.) - Originally from Leverkusen, Germany ... last name pronounced "BROY-nig" ... played at St. John's Northwest Military Academy in Delafield, Wis. for coach Brian Richert in 2010-11 after coming over to the United States for the first time in August of 2010 ... competed for the junior teams of Bayer Giants Leverkusen in Germany ... prior to coming to the U.S. played in the NBBL (Nachwuchs Basketball Bundesliga) where he averaged 14.5 points, 9.3 rebounds, 1.4 blocks, and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 59% from the field ... also competed for the German under 18 national team at the FIBA European Championships in Vilnius, Lithuania during the summer of 2010 and averaged 8.7 points and 4.8 rebounds per game ... fifth UW player who hails from Germany (others Uli Steidl, Detlef Schrempf, Chris Welp and Patrick Femerling) ... originally committed to Maryland ... full name is Martin Phong Ni Watt Breunig.

Career Statistics


Breunig Career Highs
Points: 5, 2x (last at USC, 3/1/12)
FG: 2, 4x (last at USC, 3/1/12)
3pt FG: 1, 4x (last at USC, 3/1/12)
FT: 2, vs. Cal State Northridge, 12/22/11
Rebounds: 5, vs. Houston Baptist, 11/25/11
Assists: 1, 3x (last vs. USC, 2/4/12)
Blocks: 2, vs. Cal State Northridge, 12/22/11
Steals: 1, 4x (last vs. Colorado St., 11/24/12)
Minutes: 16, vs. Colorado St., 11/24/12
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