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Weight: 210 lbs.
BirthDate: Aug. 14, 1977
Birthplace: Portland, OR
Finished as Gonzaga's leader in career three-point field goals with 280, breaking John Rillie's mark of 230. That number ranks fourth all-time in West Coast Conference. Ranks fourth on all-time school list in scoring with 1,621 points. Played at Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. In first game of tournament, tallied 11 points, five assists and four rebounds. In second game, injured his foot after playing only seven minutes and was declared out for remainder of tournament.
College highlights at Gonzaga
As a senior, earned First Team All-WCC and District 14 First Team honors. Led WCC in overall scoring (16.9 ppg) and in three-point field goal percentage (40.2%). Ranked fourth in the conference in free throw percentage (78.8%) and ninth in field goal percentage (46.9%). Tied Gonzaga single-game record with eight treys against California. Named to the Rainbow Classic All-Tournament team after scoring a season-high 32 points against Colorado. Scored in double digits in 32 of 35 games. Notched his first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at UCLA.
As a junior, earned All-WCC honors, finishing second in the WCC in 3-point field goal percentage (42.9%) and in three-pointers made per game (2.7), and fourth in scoring (14.4 ppg). Scored career-high 37 points in the second game of the season against Memphis. Had one stretch of 14 straight double-digit scoring games. Scored 26 points in NCAA Tournament first-round win over Minnesota. Became the 21st player in Gonzaga history to reach 1,000-point mark.
Received All-WCC Honorable Mention recognition as a sophomore, starting 33 games and ranking third in the conference in free throw percentage (82.9%) and three-point field goal percentage (44.5%). Ranked third on the team in rebounding (3.8 rpg). Scored season-high 24 points in second game of the season against Tulsa in the Top of the World Classic.
Appeared in all 27 games as a freshman. Ranked third on the team with 20 three-point field goals. Averaged 14 minutes per game.