KENT, OH -- Kalin Bennett, the first known college basketball player with autism, made his debut for Kent State on Wednesday night in a historic moment for college sports.
Bennett scored two points and grabbed two rebounds in six minutes of action at KSU's Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center.
The 6-foot-11 center previously became the first known player with autism to sign a letter of intent with a Division I sports program.
Bennett, from Little Rock, Arkansas, didn't walk until he was four years old. He didn't talk until he was seven.
Bennett's Golden Flashes defeated Hiram College 97-58.
College basketball player with autism scores in debut for Kent State
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