NCAA Division I Sports
NCAA Division I Sports
Oluoma was the only player under the age of 19 who was a member of the 1997-98 Swedish national team. He also played for the Swedish junior national team. He played for Fyrishov during the 1996-97 season and Sallen Basket the following year. Sallen Basket competed in the A1 league in Sweden. He was the 1996-97 Rookie of the Year in the Swedish Basketball League. His high school team won the Swedish title in 1996-97 and 1997-98. Nnamaka attended Newton High School in Newton, Kan. during the 1995-96 school year and averaged 19.6 points and 11 rebounds that season.
Oluoma was named team co-captain.
Oluoma led the team in rebounding (6.7 rpg).
- Played in 25 games and started 19 times … A back injury limited his playing time in the early portion of the season … Started the last 15 games of the season … Had eight double-figure scoring games, including season-high 17 versus Louisville (Jan. 13) … Marquette's top rebounder on team-high seven occasions … 52.8% (65 of 123) of his rebounds came off the offensive glass … Posted his first career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds at Houston (Feb. 27) … His rebounding average (4.9) is sixth highest by a Marquette freshman … 15 blocked shots are tied for the fifth highest mark by a Marquette freshman … Averaged 8.9 points and 5.9 rebounds in C-USA games.
|2002-03||Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany, Bundesliga)|
|2003-04||Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany, Bundesliga)|
|2004-05||Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany, Bundesliga)|
|2005-06||Upea Capo d'Orlando (Italy, Serie A)|
|2006-07||Carife Ferrara (Italy, LegADue)||-||11.16||.31||.00||.42||.50||.4||-||58.1||41.4|
|2007-08||Carife Ferrara (Italy, LegADue)||25.5||9.1||7.2||1.3||0.3||2.1||0.3||1.8||59.6||23.7|
|2008-09||Carife Ferrara (Italy, Serie A)||27.6||5.4||5.0||1.1||1.6||1.6||0.8||2.4||50.5||29.8|
|2009-10||Carife Ferrara (Italy, Serie A)||23.3||5.2||3.7||0.8||0.1||1.4||0.7||2.6||52.4||28.3|
|2010-11||Fastweb Junior Casale Monferrato (Italy, LegADue)||24.7||5.8||6.5||0.9||0.8||1.6||0.5||2.8||66.3||25.9|
|2011-12||Novipiu Casale Monferrato (Italy, LegADue)||24.8||4.3||4.6||0.9||0.3||1.1||0.4||2.6||39.3||44.7|
Nnamaka was a member of Sweden's national team from 1997-2008. During the 2003 Eurobasket championships, they finished in last place (16th). YouTube - Nnamaka blocks Linas Kleiza's shot during a friendly match with Lithuania, 7/27/07
Eldest of Jonathan and Ann-Katrin Nnamaka's four children…Sister, Chioma, plays professionally for the WNBA's Atlanta Dream and played collegiately at Georgia Tech