Brendon Hardy Contributes to National Qualfier As a Freshman

Brendon Hardy ended his high school basketball playing days seven points away from becoming the all time leading scorer for the Farmington Knights. He then began his college basketball career by earning minutes as a freshman for one of the best teams in the NAIA at Missouri Baptist. Hardy started with a bang by hitting five threes in his very first game…

Hardy ended the season averaging just under four points per game. He shot 42% from three and knocked in 15 of the 16 free throw he attempted. Hardy was happy he able to make an impact on for the Spartans, who won their first 20 games and were ranked as high as second in the nation…

MO Bap advanced to the national tournament in Kansas City and finished the year at 28-5. Hardy takes us through some of his favorite moments…

However after the season Hardy saw the coach who recruited him, Matt Brock, leave for another job. Hardy says he wanted to return to MoBap and was happy to be part of the search for a new coach…

Hardy scored 18 in his very first game and hit five threes. He averaged just under four points per game for the season. As a sophomore he’s hoping to increase his impact…

Hardy shot 42% from three last year, but at 6’4″ he can also mix it up inside. He says he’s always looking to improve…

Hardy’s cousin, Hayden Sprenkel of North County, is also playing college basketball. Sprenkel will return to Three Rivers for his sophomore season. Hardy says after that the invitation is open for them to play together…

Hardy says he kept track of the Farmington Knights and was proud they had another outstanding season.