Luke Schenscher returned to the Crocs for the 2015/16 season after spending three seasons with the Adelaide 36ers. Schenscher previously played for the Crocs between 2011-2013.
In his first stint with the club, Luke Schenscher had made a massive impact at the Townsville Crocodiles. Schenscher was that good for the Crocs, he was named in the 20th Anniversary All-Star team back in 2012.
Recruited from the Championship winning Perth Wildcats in 2010, Luke has an outstanding first year for the Crocs and picked up the Kevin Sugars Medal as the club’s MVP.
The talented 7-footer started his NBL career in his hometown of Adelaide with the 36ers and has also spent time playing in the NBA. After a successful collegiate career with Georgia Tech, the South Australian product had brief stints with the Chicago Bulls and the Portland Trailblazers before eventually returning home to play in the NBL.
Schenscher throughout the 2015/16 season battled an ankle injury which limited him to play only 13 games.
Despite the injury setback, Schenscher provided veteran leadership for the Crocs for the 2015/16 season particularly for young big men Nick Kay and Mitch Young.