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#15 Scott Suggs
Position: Guard
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Washington, Mo.
High School: Washington
Experience: 3 Letters

Suggs Quick Notes
• Ended his career 7th all-time in UW history shooting .401 from 3-pt range, 6th in FT% (.821) and sixth all-time with 144 3-point makes.
• Joined Abdul Gaddy as one of two team captains.
• Underwent surgery on his right foot on Oct. 14, 2011 and is eventually redshirt the season.
• Led the team and ranked third in the Pac-10 in 3-point FG percentage (45%) as a junior.
• Has known Lorenzo Romar since first meeting him when he was 10-years-old, and was beat in a game of one-on-one by coach in their first meeting.

2012-13 (Senior) - Ended his career 7th all-time in UW history shooting .401 from 3-pt range, 6th in FT% (.821) and sixth all-time with 144 3-point makes ... would have led Pac-12 in FT percentage (87.1%), if he had enough attempts to qualify, 4th best percentage in team history ... was among Pac-12 leaders: 9th in 3-PT makes (1.8), 9th in 3-PT% (.387) and 18th in scoring (12.2) ... second on team in scoring and second in 3-point makes ... played first college game in 20 months vs. Loyola and scored 15 points, grabbed 3 rebounds and dished 3 assists ... only played 90 seconds vs. Albany after taking an elbow, followed by a knee to the head, suffering a concussion ... played 32 minutes, scored 15 points -- including two 3-pointers in OT -- in return from concussion vs. Seton Hall ... averaged 13 points in 2 Connecticut games ... career-high equaling 12 FG attempts vs. Ohio St ... sprained foot on Nov. 18 and retuned to action after missing three games on Dec. 8 vs. Nevada ... scored a then career-high 19 points in a career-high equaling 35 minutes ... against Seattle U had his finest game to date with 24 points on 8x8 FT's and 7x10 FG's a then career-high equaling 5 rebounds and 2 steals ... scored 17 points and grabbed a career-best 6 rebounds and career-high tying 2 blocks vs. Jackson State ... led all scorers with 15 points at UConn ... scored 6 clutch points in the final 2:30 to help UW rally and beat WSU ... 13 points vs. Colorado ... 12 pts, 5 rebounds vs. Utah ... avg 12 points ppg during Oregon road swing ... 12.5 ppg vs. Arizona schools, including 14 pts vs. ASU ... scored 16 points -- all in the second half -- at USC ... averaged 18.0 points on 40-of-66 FG's (.606) including 20-of-39 (.513) 3-pointers over the last 6 games before the NIT tournament ... 16 points at ASU, including 4 of 6 3-pointers (was 4 for 21 from 3-point range previous 7 games) ... 23 points, including a career-high tying 5 3-pts vs. WSU, scored 7 of 8 points in the final 4 mins to break a tie ... team-high 18 points vs. USC, including 6x6 from 2-pt range (2x7 3-pt) ... team-high 14 points on senior day vs. UCLA ... averaged 18.5 ppg during Pac-12 Tourney and was 13-23 FG's, 7-13 3-pts ... team-high 19 pts vs. WSU ... scored 18 vs. Oregon.

2011-12 (RS Senior) - Broke his right foot in the preseason and had surgery on Oct. 14 ... made the decision to redshirt on Dec. 9.

2010-11 (Junior) - Ranked third in the Pac-10 in 3-PT FG% (45.0) ... averaged 7.4 ppg in 31 games, hitting a team-best 45% from beyond the arc ... 49 3-point makes were third most on the team ... hit at least one 3-pointer in 22 games ... scored double figures in 15 career games, 11 during his junior season ... 89 of 144 career field goals (62%) are three-pointers, while 217 of 324 field goal attempts (67%) are from three-point range ... scored 11 points in season-opener vs. McNeese State ... dished out a career-best five assists vs. Eastern Washington ... missed Long Beach State game after spraining the MCL in his left knee during the second half of the Michigan State game ... returned against Texas Tech and scored 8 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 13 minutes ... 13 points vs. Portland, all in the second half, to help UW repel a Portland rally ... scored a career high 15 points and tied a career-high with six rebounds vs. San Francisco ... went scoreless on L.A. trip ... scored 13 points on 5x8 shooting (3x5 3-point range) in 28 minutes vs. Oregon ... scored 12 points and hit a career high 4 three-point buckets vs. OSU ... averaged 12.5 ppg and shot 9-for-14 from the field (7x11 from 3-pt range) during Oregon/OSU homestand ... hit a pair of 3-pt buckets at Stanford, including a game-tying basket with just over a minute remaining ... made first career start at Cal, scoring 3 points and grabbing 4 rebounds ... 10 points on 4x5 shooting, 2x3 vs. ASU ... scored 12 points with a career high 12 FG attempt and 8 3-pt shots in career high 35 minutes at WSU ... career-high 18 points, with career hi 5x11 3-pointers at OSU ... 11 three attempts was 3 more than his previous high ... scored 30 points over two road games after scoring 21 points in previous 8 contests away from Alaska Airlines Arena ... over those two games had a career-high 12 FG attempts in each game and overall is 7x19 from 3-pt range ... returned from sprained MCL that kept him out of four games and scored 4 points, dished out 3 assists, 2 steals and blocked a shot vs. UCLA ... came off the bench to score 14 points vs. USC in 28 minutes ... averaged 6.0 points during the Pac-10 tournament ... averaged 9.0 points in two NCAA tournament games ... scored 10 points vs. Georgia and 8 points vs. North Carolina ... inserted into the starting lineup vs. North Carolina.

2009-10 (Sophomore) - Of his 51 field goals during the season, 37 were three-point buckets, shooting 37.4% from beyond the arc (ranked second on the team)...hit 11-of-28 (.393) 3-pt shots during last six home games...has hit a three-point bucket in 24 of 35 games played...led the team with 3.1 three-point field goal makes per 40 minutes...played 9.1 more minutes per game as a sophomore after averaging just 4.7 minutes per game as a freshman....40 of 61 career field goals (66%) are three-pointers, while 108 of 153 field goal attempts (71%) are from three-point range...tallied a then career high 9 points in season-opener vs. Wright State...grabbed career-high 5 rebounds vs. Belmont...set numerous career highs vs. Portland, including points (13), field goals (5), 3-pt field goals (3) and steals (2) in 20 minutes...missed game vs. Oregon State due to illness...scored 12 points, hitting 3-of-6 three-pointers vs. Stanford on Jan. 14...notched 3rd career double-figure scoring game with 12 against Seattle U, setting career highs in FG attempts (9), 3-pt FG attempts (7), free throws made (6), attempts (8), assists (4) and minutes (24)...set career-highs in minutes (25) and tied career-bests in points (13), shots (9) and three-point FG's made (3) vs. Arizona on Feb. 4...career-high 10 field goal attempts vs. ASU Feb. 6...snapped out three-game streak without a 3-pt basket with 3-of-4 vs. UCLA...hit a 3-pointer vs. WSU to give UW a lead at 6:51 that they would not relinquish...scored 5 points in 10 minutes against New Mexico.

2008-09 (Freshman) - Played 13 minutes in exhibition against WWU ... saw first action of college career with an 8 minute outing ... first met Romar when he was 11 years old at a family function in St. Louis ... scored three-point basket against #24 Kansas ... also made a three-pointer against Texas Southern ... scored four points at Oregon State with a rebound and a block in eight minutes ... scored two points and handed-out first assist against Oregon ... scored a basket and handed out an assist in 14 minutes against Seattle University.

HIGH SCHOOL -- A 2008 graduate of Washington (Mo.) High School ... ranked as the 11th best shooting guard by Scout.com a top-100 overall prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... named the Mr. Show-Me Basketball award as the state's top player ... also earned the state's "Mr. Basketball" award from the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association ... led Washington HS to the Class 5 state sectional finals and a 20-7 overall record as a senior ... averaged 22.5 points as well as a Gateway Athletic Conference-leading 9 rebounds and 2.8 blocked shots per game as a senior ... also shot 52 percent from the field and 85 percent from the free throw line ... selected to participate in the McDonald's RiverWar All-Star Game pitting the top players from Missouri against their Illinois counterparts ... scored 12 points to go with 11 rebounds and five assists ... scored 26 points in the MBCA All-Star Game ... also played in the Westplex Basketball Challenge all-star game ... scored 28 points in the district title game leading Washington to its first championship in 28 seasons ... broke the school's career scoring record with 1,774 points ... poured-in 42 points in a sectional loss to Parkway South in his final game ... averaged 19 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a junior ... averaged 19 points as a sophomore and 12 as a freshman ... a 16-time Junior Olympic track medalist in the mile, two mile, 1,500-meters and 800-meters ... ran an estimated 30-40 miles a week of training as a youth ... underwent foot surgery at age 12 and switched to basketball.

Career Statistics

Suggs Career Game-By-Game Stats

Suggs' Career Highs
Points: 24 at Seattle U, 12/13/12
FG: 8 vs. USC, 3/6/13
3pt FG: 5, 2x, last vs. WSU, 3/3/13
FT: 8, vs. Seattle U, 12/13/12
Rebounds: 6 vs. Jackson State, 12/15/12
Assists: 5, vs. Eastern Wash, 11/16/10
Blocks: 2, 2x, last vs. Jackson State, 12/15/12
Steals: 2, 9x, last at BYU, 3/19/13
Minutes: 40 vs. Oregon, 3/14/13
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