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Player profile

(Updated June 2019)
Graduate Transfer
Torun, Poland
other college
Ole Miss/Drake


PTS: 19 vs. Loyola (2-16-16)*
REBS: 12 vs. Simpson College (11-13-15)*
BLKS: 6 vs. Loyola (2-17-16)*
STLS: 3 vs. Chattanooga (12-16-18)**, at Auburn (1-19-18)**
*at Drake (2015-16)
**at Ole Miss (2017-18, 2018-19)


FIBA World Cup of Basketball – National Team of Poland (August-September, 2019)


2020 ACC Regular Season Championship Team
2020 ACC Championship Team


Helped Florida State to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in his only season as a Seminole…Florida State won the regular season championship of the ACC for the first time in school history with a 16-4 record…the Seminoles earned the ACC Regular Season Championship and were declared the ACC Champions when the ACC and NCAA Tournaments were cancelled because of the coronavirus…as the No. 1 seed in the ACC the Tournament, Florida State was the favorite to win not only the league title but also the national championship in the NCAA Tournament…played his final season of eligibility after transferring to Florida State from Ole Miss as a graduate transfer…only the third graduate transfer at Florida State following the footsteps of Jeff Peterson (2012) and David Nichols (2019)…came to Florida State after one season at Drake (2015-16) and two seasons at Ole Miss (2017-18 and 2018-19)…sat out the 2016-17 season after transferring from Drake to Ole Miss because of NCAA regulations…helped lead Ole Miss to the NCAA Tournament in 2019…the Rebels were the No. 8 seed in the South Region of the 2019 NCAA Tournament…Ole Miss fell to No. 9 seed Oklahoma, 95-72, in the first round of the tournament…named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll during the 2017-18 season.


Named to the National Team of Poland for competition in the FIBA World Cup of Basketball in China on August 30, 2019…Poland advanced to the quarterfinals and earned an eighth place standing with a 5-3 record…averaged 1.6 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.2 assists as he played in six of Poland’s eight games in the tournament…Poland defeated Venezuela, 80-69, in the first round of the championship…totaled two points and one rebound as Poland defeated China, 79-76, in overtime to advance to the second round…totaled two points, two rebounds and one assist as Poland defeated the Ivory Coast to finish pool play with a 3-0 record…Poland beat Russia, 79-74, in its first game of the second round…scored two points and added one rebound in a 91-65 loss to Argentina…totaled two rebounds in just over one minute played as Poland fell to Spain, 90-78, in the quarterfinals…Poland lost to Spain, 90-78, in a 5-8 classification game…earned four minutes of playing time in Poland’s final game of the World Cup — an 87-74 loss to the United States…scored two points and pulled down one rebound against the U.S.A.



Averaged 4.2 points (ninth on the team), 2.3 rebounds (eighth) and 0.6 blocked shots per game (sixth) in playing in 29 of Florida State’s 31 games in helping lead the Seminoles to a 26-5 overall record and a 16-4 mark in ACC play…the Seminoles’ 16 wins ranks as a program record and led Florida State to the first ACC Regular Season Championship in school history…played in in 29 of Florida State’s 31 game with starting assignments coming in nine different game – the Seminoles were 8-1 in the games in which he was in the starting lineup…earned playing time in 19 of Florida State’s 20 game with a starting assignment coming in Florida State’s victory over Clemson…double figure scoring came in the Seminoles’ victories over North Florida (11 points, Dec. 17) and Boston College (14 points, March 7)…his Florida State high of five rebounds came in victories over Notre Dame (Jan. 25) and Boston College…multiple blocked shots came in four different games – against Chicago State, at Virginia Tech, Miami in Tallahassee and Pittsburgh at home…made his Florida State debut with two rebounds in Florida State’s 63-51 win over No. 6 Florida in Gainesville (Nov. 10)…totaled 10 points and three rebounds in eight minutes of play in Florida State’s 89-53 win over Chattanooga in the first round of the Emerald Coast Classic in Tallahassee (Nov. 20)…scored four points, pulled down four rebounds and blocked two shots as a first-time starter as a Seminole in Florida State’s 80-65 victory over Saint Francis in Tallahassee (Nov. 23)…totaled eight points, four rebounds, and two blocked shots in his 100th career game played in Florida State’s 113-56 win over Chicago State in the second round of the Emerald Coast Classic (Nov. 25)…scored 11 points with two steals in Florida State’s 98-81 victory over North Florida in Tallahassee (Dec. 17)…totaled nine points, two rebounds, two assists, one blocked shot and one steal in Florida State’s 70-58 victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Dec. 31)…scored four points and added five rebounds in Florida State’s victory over Notre Dame in Tallahassee (Jan. 25)…scored eight points, pulled down two rebounds and blocked two shots in Florida State’s victory over Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 8)…totaled six points and four rebounds in Florida State’s 80-77 win over Syracuse in Tallahassee (Feb. 15)…totaled eight points (on a perfect four of four shooting from the field), two rebounds and two blocked shots in Florida State’s win over Pittsburgh in Tallahassee (Feb. 18)…scored seven points (on a perfect three of three shooting from the field) to go along with one blocked shot and one steal in Florida State’s game at Clemson (Feb. 29)…totaled six points (all in the first half) with two rebounds in Florida State’s victory at Notre Dame (March 5)…scored his Florida State high of 14 points to go along with five rebounds in Florida State’s victory over Boston College…the Seminoles’ 80-62 win over the Eagles allowed Florida State to win the regular season championship of the ACC for the first time in school history (March 7).


Averaged 5.3 points (seventh on the team), 3.0 rebounds (fifth), a career-high and team-leading 0.9 blocked shots (first) and shot a team leading .575 from the field as he played in all 33 games…established career-highs for games played (33), games started (22), assists (23), blocked shots (30), steals (17), minutes played (603) and average minutes played per game (16.3)…led the Rebels to the NCAA Tournament with a 20-13 overall record and a 10-8 record in SEC play…marked the first time the Rebels had advanced to play in the NCAA Tournament since 2015…Ole Miss was selected as the No. 8 seed in the South Region of the 2019 NCAA Tournament…the Rebels earned two wins over SEC Tournament Champion and NCAA Tournament Final Four participant Auburn during the regular season…scored in double figures three times with his season-high of 13 points coming in a victory at home over Arkansas (Jan. 19)…totaled 13 points, five rebounds and two blocked shots in the 84-67 Ole Miss victory…also totaled 11 points against Auburn at home (Jan. 9) with 10 points coming at home against Middle Tennessee (Dec. 21)…his season-high of seven rebounds came twice – in a win at Illinois State (Dec. 8) and at home against Auburn (Jan. 9)…earned five or more rebounds in eight different games including five games against SEC competition…totaled four points, four rebounds and a career-high tying three assists in the Rebels game against Oklahoma in the NCAA Tournament…Oklahoma took the 95-72 win at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C.


Averaged 4.3 points (eighth on the team), 2.6 rebounds (sixth) and 0.6 blocked shots (fourth) while playing in all 32 games for the Rebels…started 11 games for the Rebels in his first season of eligibility in Oxford…shot .531 from the field as he continued to display his field goal shooting prowess…Ole Miss finished the season with a 12-20 overall record and a 5-13 record in SEC play…earned starting assignments in SEC play against South Carolina, at Georgia, against Florida, at Texas A&M and at Tennessee…scored in double figures in four games as a Rebel…highest scoring game of the season (16 points) came at Texas in the Big 12 / SEC Challenge in Austin (Jan. 27)…his 16 points came as he matched-up against first round NBA Draft pick Mohamed Bamba, who now plays for the Orlando Magic…totaled 16 points, six rebounds, two assists, one blocked shot and one steal against the Longhorns…scored 15 points to go along with a season-high tying three blocked shots and two steals in an 85-63 win over Texas A&M Corpus Christi (Dec. 19)…played well at Kentucky with 10 points, four rebounds and three blocked shots (Feb. 28)…first career double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds at Auburn (Jan. 9)…one of four Rebels in double figure scoring and tied for game-high honors with his 10 rebounds…in pulling down his season-high of 10 rebounds, he totaled his career-high of six offensive rebounds against the Tigers…his three steals at Auburn also tied his career high…also totaled seven rebounds at Georgia (Jan. 3), five rebounds in a win over Mississippi State (Jan, 6) and six rebounds at Texas…14 steals with multiple steals coming in four different games including his career-high of three against Auburn.


Sat out the season at Ole Miss as a redshirt due to NCAA transfer regulations…practiced but did not travel with the Rebels during the season…Ole Miss finished the season with a 22-14 overall record and a 10-8 mark in SEC play.


Averaged a career-high 6.5 points (fourth on the team), a career-high 4.1 rebounds (third) and 0.7 blocked shots (first) in helping Drake to a 7-24 overall record…Drake is a member of the Missouri Valley Conference…played in 30 of the Bulldogs 31 games and averaged 16.4 minutes played per game…shot a career-high .722 from the field and was only 18 field goals made short of establishing the Drake school record for best field goal percentage in a single season…scored his career-high of 19 points in a 69-59 overtime win over Loyola (Chicago) in the Bulldog’s regular season finale…made seven of 11 field goals and five of seven free throws in the Drake win…blocked a career-high six shots in the win over Loyola…double figure scoring came six times including during the final three games of the season when he averaged 16.6 points and 7.7 rebounds against Missouri State (Feb. 24), Loyola (Feb. 27) and again vs. Missouri State (March 3) in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament…totaled 12 points against Missouri State, 19 against Loyola and 18 against Missouri State in the conference tournament…three games against Missouri State during the season and he averaged 14.6 points and 6.3 rebounds against the Bears with three double figure scoring games…totaled 14 points at home against Missouri State (Jan. 20), 12 at Missouri State (Feb. 24) and 18 against Missouri State in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament…also totaled 13 against Indiana State (Feb. 6) and 10 at Southern Indiana (Feb. 13)…career-high 12 rebounds in his career debut – a 97-52 win over Simpson (Iowa) College…totaled a career-high 11 defensive rebounds as he grabbed double figures for the first time in his career…10 rebounds at Indiana State (Jan. 6) marked the second time in his career that earned double figure rebounds…his career-high of six blocked shots came in the Bulldog’s victory over Loyola and was the sixth of six games with multiple blocked shots…his six blocked shots are tied for second in school history for a single game – the school record for blocked shots in a single game is seven…blocked two shots in his career-debut against Simpson College…at least five rebounds in 12 of 30 games as a freshmen.


Graduated from secondary school in his native Poland in 2015…a member of the Polish National team and played in the U20 European Championships in Greece during the summer of 2016…averaged 7.5 points and 5.0 rebounds for Poland in the U18 Division A European Championships during the summer of 2015…averaged 12 points and nine rebounds in the Euroleague 2014 Nike Junior Invitational.


Born July 1, 1996…Dominik is the son of Joanna and Grzegorz Chelczynska…earned his bachelor’s degree from Ole Miss in General Studies with an emphasis on Digital Media Studies, Journalism and Education…Olejniczak is working towards earning his Master’s degree in International Affairs at Florida State.