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Quincy Pondexter
Quincy Pondexter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fresno, Calif.

High School:
San Joaquin Memorial

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215

Position:
F

Experience:
3V

Major:
Sociology

01/06/2007

Washington vs. Arizona State (1-6-2007)

Washington vs. Arizona State (1-6-2007)

11/29/2006

Washington vs. Idaho (11-29-2006)

Washington vs. Idaho (11-29-2006)

Q's all-time UW rankings Rank Total
Career Games Played 1st 136
Career Scoring 3rd 1,786
Points in a Season 3rd 695
Career Home Wins T1st 64
Career 10+ Point Games 3rd 85
Career 20+ Point Games 4th 30
Career FG Makes 5th 652
Career FG Attempts 4th 1297
Season FG Makes 3rd 245
Season FG Attempts 4th 464
Season FT Makes T3rd 186
Season FT Attempts T6th 226
PONDEXTER PHOTO GALLERY

PONDEXTER HONORS
» First Team All-Pac-10
» Pac-10 record five Player of the Week Honors in one season
» NABC All-District (24) First Team
» Pac-10 All-Tournament Team
» FoxSports.com All-American (Fourth Team)
» USBWA All-District Team
» John Wooden Award midseason candidate
» Member of Team USA's 2009 Team World University Games bronze medal team
» Co-MVP of Athlete's In Action pre-season tournament

2009-10 (Senior) - Ended his career with a UW all-time best 136 games played...started the season No. 27 on the UW all-time scoring list and moved all the way up to third all-time with 1,786 points...his 695 points ranks as the third most in a season...first team All-Pac-10 & named to Pac-10 All-Tournament Team...set a Pac-10 record with five player of the week honors...among Pac-10 leader in numerous per game statistical categories, including: points (19.3, 3rd), rebounds (7.4, third), field goal percentage (52.8%, 6th), free throw percentage (82.7%, 6th), offensive rebounds (3.0, 3rd) and defensive rebounds (4.4, 8th)...amassed 11 double-doubles during the season, 15 overall during his career...was 64-12 at home during his four-year career, equaling the most wins at home by a UW player (Jon Brockman, Justin Dentmon and Artem Wallace were 64-12 during their career too)...played 30+ minutes in 29 of 36 games...averaged 21.9 ppg at home... averaged 26.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists and shot 65.5% (19-29) from the field and 100% (12-12) from FT line in a road-sweep at Oregon and OSU...avg. 23.5 ppg, 9.5 rpg and 3.0 apg vs. Ariz. & ASU to earn 4th player of the week honors...earned 3rd Pac-10 Player of the Week honor after avg 26 points and 7.5 rebounds vs. Bay Area schools (also earned honor Dec. 7 & Nov. 16)...has scored in double figures in 85 games during his career (3rd most in UW history) and in 42 of the last 50 games, dating back to Feb. 5, 2009...has scored 20+ points in 19 of last 38 games dating back to NCAA Tournament game vs. Mississippi State...avg 22 ppg, 11 rbg, shot 63.9% (23-36) from the field and 95.2% (20-21) from the free throw line in Athletes in Action Classic...was named co-MVP of the tournament with Isaiah Thomas...recorded a double-double vs. Belmont, with 25 pts and 11 reb, while shooting 11-11 from the line...29 pts (11-12 fg) and tied his career high with 13 rebounds vs. Portland St., including 20 pts and 9 rebounds by half...hit first 20-straight FT's to start season...first 30+ point game of his career vs. San Jose St. and had 15 rebounds...31 pts at Texas Tech on Dec. 3...career-best 5 steals vs. Georgetown on Dec. 12...recorded 6th double-double of the season with 25 points and 13 rebounds vs. Texas A&M...22 points on 10-of-12 from field vs. San Fran and 2nd-consecutive game with career-high 3 blocks...notched 5th double-double of the season vs. OSU (20 pts/10 reb)...held under double-figures at ASU and Arizona, the first time he was under 10 points in back-to-back games (last time was also at AZ and ASU in 2009)...notched 6th double-double with 27 pts, 10 rebounds vs. Stanford, including a career-high 12 FGs...25 points (21 in first half) and 11-of-11 FT's vs. Cal on Jan. 16...hit a career-best 4x4 3-pt field goals at UCLA and scored 23 points...season-low 2 points on 1-of-10 shooting, but 8 rebounds at USC on Jan. 23...notched 7th and 8th double-double of the season with 27 points (22 in the first half) and 11 rebounds vs. Seattle U in a season-low 25 minutes, followed by 29 points (19 pts in first half) and 12 assists vs. WSU... scored 29 points vs. WSU and became the 9th UW player to eclipse 1,500 career points...hit 10 of career-high 15 free throw attempts on his way to 30 points and 12 rebounds, his 9th double-double of the season, vs. Arizona on Feb. 4...20 points on senior night vs. UCLA, including 8 in first 5 minutes...set career highs with 34 points, 14 field goals and 18 attempts at Oregon...also dished a season-high 6 assists and grabbed 10 rebounds for double-double No. 10...averaged 15.3 ppg, shot 90% from the line and was named to the Pac-10 All-Tourament team...scored 18 points, including game-winning shot with 1.4 secoonds remaining, and had 11 rebounds for 11th double-double against Marquette...averaged 14.3 points and 6.0 rebounds in three NCAA Tournament games.

Q-Pon Draws High Praise From ESPN's Steve Lavin

2008-09 (Junior) - Earned the team's Industrial Award as the program's hardest worker ... also named the team's Most Improved Player for the second-straight season ... participated on USA squad that will earned a bronze medal at the summer World University Games in Serbia ... grabbed eight rebounds in opener at Portland ... scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Cleveland State ... went 6-for-9 from the field against the Vikings ... registered double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds against Pacific ... handed out eight assists against Texas Southern ... scored 21 points against Portland State ... went 10-for-18 from the field against the Vikings, including a crucial tip-in with :26 seconds left in the tight game ... scored 16 points with seven rebounds, three assists and zero turnovers in 34 minutes of action at Washington State ... went 7-for-10 from the field in the 20-point win over the Cougars ... scored 14 points against Stanford and went 6-for-6 from the free throw line against the Cardinal ... equaled then season-high with 21 points at Cal ... scored 14 in the first half at Cal ... poured-in 20 three days later at Stanford and scored 13 in the first half ... scored 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting and 8-10 free throws in win over Oregon ... scored 22 points at USC as only UW player in double-figures ... went 10-for-13 from the field (.769) with five rebounds and two steals against the Trojans ... led the team with 12 rebounds to go with 10 points in win over #14 Arizona State ... underwent hernia surgery following the conclusion of the season.

2007-08 (Sophomore) -- Appeared in all 33 games and registered nine starts ... played an average of 24.4 minutes per game ... averaged 9.9 points and 4.8 rebounds per game during the season as well as 1.9 assists ... averaged 15.2 points and 6.4 rebounds per game in his last five outings of the season ... shot 52 percent from the field and hauled-in nine steals during that period ... scored in double figures on 17 occasions ... grabbed 13 rebounds to go with 20 points against Syracuse in Madison Square Garden and 11 at USC ... scored 23 points in 32 minutes against California in the Pac-10 Tournament ... also grabbed nine rebounds and shot 9-for-15 from the field and 4-for-4 from the free throw line against the Bears ... handed out four assists on five occasions ... started the first seven games of the season and the last two ... averaged 11.6 points and 5.8 rebounds per game during the Huskies' five-game tour of Greece from Aug. 27 to Sept. 7, 2007.

2006-07 (Freshman) -- Played all 32 games, starting 22 of them ... An honorable mention selection to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team ... Twice registered a career-high 25 points, against Arizona (Jan. 4) and Idaho (Nov. 29) ... One of five Huskies who averaged double-figure points for the season ... Finished third on the team in both scoring (10.7 ppg) and field goal percentage (49.8%) ... Tallied double-figure points 15 times, includng four 20-point performances ... Distributed five assists against California (Feb. 8) ... Led all UW scorer's on five occasions.

San Joaquin Memorial High School (Fresno, Calif.) -- A 2006 graduate of San Joaquin Memorial High School in Fresno, Calif. ... Averaged 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists per game his senior season ... Powerful prep squad at San Joaquin was nationally ranked and included 7-foot twins Brook and Robin Lopez who are enrolled at Stanford ... Lost a 68-67 double overtime decision to Horizon of San Diego in the 2006 Southern California Division IV championship game ... San Joaquin finished with a 33-4 record and was one game shy of playing for a state title ... A first-team All-California state selection in 2006 and the Division IV Player of the Year ... The 2006 North Yosemite League MVP and the district Player of the Year ... The No. 5 prospect in the Best in the West poll compiled by the Long Beach Press-Telegram ... Averaged 20.3 points and 5.8 rebounds his junior season ... Scout.com No. 27 recruit in the nation and the No. 7 small forward ... The nation's No. 34 prep prospect in the Bob Gibbons' All-Star Report ... Listed as the No. 42 recruit in the country according to The Sporting News ... The Rivals.com No. 50 recruit in the country and the No. 16 small forward ... All-Star game starter at the 2004 and 2005 Adidas Superstar Camp in Atlanta ... Named MVP of the 2005 Pangos All-American Camp in Los Angeles ... All-tournament team selection at the 2005 Adidas Super 64 Tourney in Las Vegas ... Father, Roscoe, played college basketball for Lute Olson at Long Beach State before being drafted in the third round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics, the 53rd pick overall ... Roscoe played 10 years of professional basketball overseas ... Uncle, Cliff Pondexter, also played at Long Beach State prior to a three-year NBA career with the Chicago Bulls ... Cliff was a first-round pick in the 1974 NBA Draft, the 16th player selected ... Quincy chose Washington over Connecticut, Memphis and other Pac-10 schools ...

Pondexter Career Statistics

Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2006-07 32-22 764 23.9 124 249 .498 18 48 .375 76 100 .760 49 79 128 4.0 83 3 49 65 6 21 342 10.7
2007-08 33-9 806 24.4 118 261 .452 15 52 .288 76 111 .685 71 86 157 4.8 75 4 63 59 5 15 327 9.9
2008-09 35-35 983 28.1 165 323 .511 3 14 .214 89 120 .742 97 110 207 5.9 98 1 55 66 13 25 422 12.1
2009-10 36-36 1162 32.3 245 464 .528 18 51 .353 187 226 .827 107 158 265 7.4 90 0 63 68 21 46 695 19.3
TOTAL 136-102 3715 27.3 652 1297 .503 54 165 .327 428 557 .768 324 433 757 5.6 346 8 230 258 45 107 1786 13.1

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