2012-13: Was the only Skyhawk to play in all 30 games, logging a start in 16 contests…Earned his spot as one of the most prolific scorers in UT Martin history, joining the 1,000 career point club at Southeast Missouri on Dec. 29…Averaged 13.4 points per game while sinking 37.9 percent of his three-point attempts (74-for-195) and 77 percent of his free throw attempts (67-for-87)…Scored in double-figures 21 times, including six 20-plus point outings…Tallied a season-best 25 points in 25 minutes against Lyon College on Nov. 20…Ranked seventh in the OVC in three-pointers made (2.5 per game)…Made two or more three-pointers in 22 games, including a career-best five treys in five contests…Best all-around game came against Longwood on Feb. 23 when he flirted with a triple-double (15 points, career-high nine assists and season-high eight rebounds)…Led the team with 66 assists, handing out three or more in eight games…Tallied a season-high three steals against Samford on Dec. 19.
2011-12: Saw time in 30 games, making 22 starts…Was one of the top scorers in the Ohio Valley Conference, ranking seventh in the league in points per game (15.2)…Also ranked fourth in the OVC in three-point field goals made (68, 2.3 per game) and ninth in free throw percentage (.802, 77-for-96)…In addition to scoring, three-point field goals made and free throw percentage, led the Skyhawks in minutes played (946, 31.5 per game), field goals made (156), field goals attempted (448), three-point field goals attempted (223) and defensive rebounds (100)…Was responsible for over half of UT Martin’s three-point field goals made (68 of 125, 54 percent)…Cracked double-figures in the scoring column in 28 of his 30 games, including five outings of 20 or more points…Tallied a career-best 27 points in 33 minutes against Austin Peay on Feb. 23…Canned three or more three-pointers in 11 different games, nailing four trifectas in four games – including three of the last six contests of the season…Averaged 4.0 rebounds per game, pulling down five or more in a dozen games (including a career-high nine at Morehead State on Jan. 21)…Handed out 2.6 assists per game, tallying at least four in 10 games (including three games with a career-best six).
2010-11: Emerged as one of the team's best scoring threats during his freshman campaign, appearing in all 33 games while making 13 starts...Averaged 11.2 points and 3.2 rebounds while shooting .395 from the field, .331 from three-point range and .695 from the charity stripe...Led UT Martin in field goals made (138), field goals attempted (349), three-point field goals made (52) and three-point field goals attempted (157)...Became the first freshman in UT Martin history to lead the team in scoring in OVC play, averaging 12.2 points while cracking double-figures in 13 of the 18 league games...Overall, led the team in scoring on four occasions but poured in double-figures in 22 games, including career-highs of 21 points at Eastern Illinois (Feb. 15) and against Eastern Kentucky (Feb. 24)...Was a long-range specialist for the Skyhawks, making three or more treys a total of eight times...Nailed four treys in home games against Lipscomb (Nov. 27), Eastern Kentucky (Feb. 24) and Morehead State (Feb. 26)...His 32 three-pointers made in OVC play ranked seventh in the league...Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds in the OVC Tournament quarterfinals against Tennessee Tech on March 3...Was named OVC Freshman of the Week on Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and Feb. 28.
BEFORE UTM: Was an outstanding shooting guard at Brehm Prep in Carbondale, Ill....A left-handed shooter who is known for his long range, he averaged 22.5 points per contest as a senior for head coach Aaron Lee at Brehm...Originally from Naples, Fla., he was a 5A all-state honorable mention selection at Gulf Coast High School...As a junior, he averaged 20 points per game and broke the program record for most points in a single season.
PERSONAL: Born on April 30, 1991...Son of Randy Liabo and Nancy Glorioso...Has three siblings...Majoring in business management.