Stony Brook Hoops Adds Fairfield Transfer Big Man Chris Maidoh

Former Fairfield forward Chris Maidoh is transferring to Stony Brook Mens’ basketball program, today the Seawolves Tweeted. Maidoh has a year remaining of eligibility.

Chris Maidoh is ready to add versatile dimensions to Stony Brook basketball.

The 6-foot-10, 220-pound Scotland Campus (Pa.) product was a standout player on both ends of the hardwood, shooting an impressive 54 percent from the field while blocking 22 shots on defensive with the Stags this past season.

Head coach Geno Ford is fully prepared to utilize Maidoh’s size and athletic ability that makes him so effective in multiple areas on the court.

“We are thrilled to add Chris to our program,” Ford said on “He is a versatile frontcourt player that will provide an immediate impact for us. We are excited about his ability to play on both ends of the floor. He has the ability to play from multiple areas on offense and is an elite defender who will help protect the rim and provide a strong rebounding presence.”

A true team player, Maidoh–a New Carrollton, Md., native–is looking forward to growing his game and helping Stony Brook win.

“I am excited to get to work with Coach Ford to continue to develop my skills and I am looking forward to helping my teammates compete for a CAA championship,” Maidoh said.

The Seawolves posted a 11-22 record and went 6-12 in Colonial Athletic Assocation action in the 2022-23 campaign. (Stony Brook Seawolves NCAA Red College Basketball Logo T Shirt).

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