David Sloan

#4 David Sloan

HT. 6'0"
WT. 180
YR. Sr.
HOMETOWN Louisville, Ky.

2020-21 Season 

Averaged 11.1 points, 4.3 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 24 games (15 starts) ... Ranked 3rd in the SoCon in assists, 7th in assist/turnover ratio (1.7) and 8th in free throw percentage (.741) ... Totaled 17 points, six rebounds and four assists in the SoCon quarterfinal win vs. Chattanooga (3/6) ... Scored 13 points on 6-of-12 shooting vs. UNCG in SoCon semis (3/7) ... Posted 10 points and 6 assists vs. Mercer (2/17) ...  Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at Chattanooga (2/15) ... Posted 16 points and five assists vs. Wofford (2/13) ... Scored 15 points on a career-high 15 attempts at The Citadel (2/10) ... Posted 14 points, while tying career highs in assists (8) and threes made (3) vs. Chatttanooga (2/6/) ... cored 14 points at Mercer (2/3) ... Posted 10 points (all in  first half) and six  assists vs. The Citadel (1/30) ... scored 11 of his 12 points in the first half, while dishing out five assists at Western Carolina (1/20) ... Tied season highs in points (18) and field goals made (6) in win over VMI (1/18) ... Scored 13 points on a season-high six made field goals at Furman (1/16) ... Was suspended for the Western Carolina game (12/30) ... Scored 14 points and dished out five assists at Alabama ... dished out a team-high five assists vs. Columbia International (12/17) ... had a career game vs. Gardner-Webb (12/15) ... Set career highs in points (18), three-point field goals made (3) and free throws made (5), while also dishing out a season-high seven assists ... scored 11 ponts in his ETSU debut vs. Abilene Christian (11/25) ... Recorded nine points and five assists vs. Austin Peay (11/26) ... Finished with seven points, three assists and two steals vs. MTSU (11/27). 


About Sloan

Transferred to ETSU from Kansas State ... Completed his junior season with the Wildcats where he averaged 5.3 points and 2.3 assists in 19.4 minutes per game. The Louisville, Ky. native played in all 32 games, making nine starts. Sloan scored in double figures in three of those starts, including a season-high 17-point effort at Kansas, along with dishing out five assists. In his first start, Sloan totaled nine points, five assists and four steals against West Virginia. Sloan dished out at least one assist 25 times and registered eight games with at least four, including a season-high eight assists against Saint Louis. To go with his assists, Sloan had one turnover or less in 19 games and seven games with zero. 

Played two seasons at John A. Logan College where he was teammates with current Buccaneer Vonnie Patterson. It’s also the same program that produced former ETSU standout Devontavius Payne ... After averaging 14.1 points, 9.8 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game in his two seasons with the Vols, Sloan was regarded one of the top JUCO players in the country. Sloan was ranked No. 26 by JUCORecruiting.com and No. 35 by 247Sports, along with being rated as a Top-5 point guard by both outlets. Sloan, who recorded 24 double-doubles (points/assists) in 64 career games at John A. Logan, earned honorable mention All-American honors as a sophomore in 2018-19 and was named Great Rivers Athletic Conference Player of the Year the same season ... led the NJCAA in total assists and assists per game both seasons with the Vols as he tallied 304 (9.5 apg) in 2017-18 and 326 (10.2) in 2018-19. During his two seasons at John A. Logan, Sloan assisted on nearly a third of the team’s made field goals and had a career 3.2 assist-to-turnover ratio. To go with his 24 double-doubles, Sloan also added three triple-doubles, including back-to-back feats against Southwestern Illinois (19 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) and Lake Land (10 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists) during his sophomore campaign ... Averaged 16.1 points and 10.2 assists per game, becoming the only NJCAA Division I player to average a double-double in points and assists – and was only one of three players in all levels of college basketball to accomplish the feat that season. Murray State’s Ja Morant and Steven Tynes out of Suffolk County Community College were the other two players.   


Born May 27, 1999 in Louisville, Ky. … Parents are David Sloan, Sr. and Trainise Sloan.