Sean O'Brien
    Sean  O'Brien


    Mundelein, Ill.

    High School:

    Height / Weight:
    6-6 / 210



    Sean O'Brien making steady improvement in Year Two

    Sophomore forward is SIU's second-leading scorer, and leads team in assists and blocks.


    182 Salukis earn academic honors from MVC

    Six earn presigious President's Council Academic Award


    Men's Basketball upsets second-place Indiana State, 79-60

    Anthony Beane scored a career-high 22 points to lead the Salukis.


    Drake holds off Southern Illinois, 57-54

    Bulldogs have won six-straight games at SIU Arena.


    Men's Basketball rallies for thrilling 68-66 win over Northern Iowa

    Desmar Jackson had 19 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots to lead SIU.


    2014-15 SOPHOMORE
    Game-By-Game Stats
    Led the team in assists (54) and blocks (23)...Ranked 12th in the MVC in rebounding (4.9)...Recorded his third-career double-double in the season opener at Saint Louis...Scored double figures in six-straight games to start the season.

    2013-14 FRESHMAN
    Game-By-Game Stats
    Joined the starting lineup at the beginning of December and started 24 games on the season at the four spot...Had a career-high 19 points versus Wichita State on Jan. 2...Scored double figures in eight games...Ranked ninth in the MVC in rebounding (5.2), which was tops among league freshmen...Averaged 9.3 points at the Florida at the Gulf Coast Showcase.

    Mundelein High School
    Associated Press Class 4A honorable mention All-State his senior year...Averaged 21 points, 11.1 rebounds and 6.1 assists as a senior and led team to sectional semifinals...Had a career-high 17 assists against Wauconda...Recorded five triple-doubles...As a junior, averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds, helping Mundelein finish 26-8 and advance to the sectional final.

    Dawg Bites
    Born Dec. 9, 1994 in Mundelein, Ill...Son of Bill and Judy O'Brien...Grandfather played basketball at Notre Dame...High school teammates include Division I players -- Rob Knar (Northern Iowa) and Ryan Sawvell (Wofford).