Bishop McDevitt's Milik Gantz to continue basketball career at suburban Philadelphia's Harcum College
By Michael Bullock | mbullock@pennlive.com
on April 13, 2015 1:00 PM

A two-time all-state selection, Bishop McDevitt's Milik Gantz will continue his hoops career at Harcum College.

As a senior at McDevitt, Gantz averaged 18.3 ppg, 8 rpg and 8 apg as Mike Gaffey's Crusaders (22-6) reached the quarterfinals of the PIAA's Class AAA tournament.

Bishop McDevitt's Milik Gantz, who twice was named to Pennsylvania's all-state boys' basketball team, has signed a letter of intent to continue his career at suburban Philadelphia's Harcum College.

Harcum, which is located in Bryn Mawr, plays at the Division I level of the NJCAA ? the National Junior College Athletic Association. Drew Kelly's Bears finished the 2014-15 season with a 28-4 mark.

In his final game at Reading's Geigle Complex, the 6-4 Gantz uncorked a triple-double (16 points/13 rebounds/10 assists) in McDevitt's 76-71 loss to eventual state champ Neumann-Goretti.

Following his senior season, Gantz reeled in a first-team all-star nod from the Mid-Penn Keystone Division's coaches and he also landed on PennLive's Big 15 team (first team) for the second straight year.

Gantz also was named to the first team of the Class AAA all-state unit selected by a panel of Pennsylvania sports writers. Gantz was a second-team selection following his junior season.

A four-year regular at McDevitt who possesses an assortment of playmaking skills, the ability to get to the hole repeatedly and a highly visible creative gene, Gantz finished his Crusaders career with 1,248 points.