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Jon Brockman
Jon Brockman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Snohomish, Wash.

High School:
Snohomish

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 255

Position:
F

Experience:
4V

Major:
Architectural Studies/Construction Management

10/20/2010

Darnell Gant Photo Gallery

Darnell Gant Photo Gallery

03/21/2009

2009 NCAA Tournament Second Round: Washington vs. Purdue

2009 NCAA Tournament Second Round: Washington vs. Purdue

03/12/2009

Stanford vs. Washington

Men's Basketball - Pac-10 Tournament

03/07/2009

Huskies Claim Outright Pac-10 Title

Washington vs. Washington State :: March 7, 2009

03/03/2009

No. 16 Huskies Rout Seattle

No. 16 Huskies Rout Seattle

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  • Game-By-Game Career Statistics

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    Jon Brockman Highlight Video
    Completed UW career with 1,805 points (13.8 ppg) and 1,283 rebounds (9.8 rpg) ... UW's all-time leading rebounder and second-leading scorer ... first Husky ever and fourth in Pac-10 history to surpass 1,800 career points and 1,200 rebounds ... finished career with 60 double-doubles, the leader among active players in 2009 ... the first player to ever lead UW in rebounding four-straight seasons and the third-ever (Lew Alcindor, Bill Walton) to lead the Pac-10 three-straight years ... three-time team MVP and four-time team rebounding award winner ... 2009 Pac-10 Tom Hansen Conference Medal Winner.

    2008-09 (Senior) -- A first-team all-Pac-10 selection for the second time in three seasons (he was a second-team selection in 2008) ... 2009 Pac-10 Tom Hansen Conference Medal Winner ... third-team All-America selection by FoxSports.com ... recipient of the Chip Hilton Player of the Year Award, given to the nation's top player demonstrating outstanding character, leadership, and talent ... honorable mention All-America by the Associated Press and CollegeHoops.net ... earned the team's Harshman Award for the fourth time as the top rebounder ... also named the team MVP and earned the team's community service award for the third-straight year ... invited to participate in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament after the season and was named to the all-tournament team ... in three games, scored 15.3 points and led all rebounders with a 16.3 per game average ... also shot .727 from the free throw line (12th among all players) ... scored 24 points and grabbed 21 rebounds in the first game of the event ... all-district selection by the NABC, Basketball Times and the USBWA ... first-team all-Pac-10 by rivals.com ... a midseason candidate for both the John R. Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy for the second-straight season ... listed by ESPN.com's Jay Bilas as the nation's top rebounder and a second-team preseason All-America ... Averaged 14.9 points and Pac-10-leading 11.5 rebounds per game ... named the Seattle area "Sports Star of the Year" by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer at its 74th annual banquet on Jan. 20 ... defeated finalists Tim Lincecum (NL Cy Young Award winner), among others ... received votes for the preseason Associated Press All-America team ... registered six 18-rebound games during the season ... led the Pac-10 in rebounding for the third-straight season and led UW for the fourth-straight ... opened the season with a double-double with 30 points and 14 boards at Portland in the season opener, including 12-straight points during the first half ... notched double-double with 23 points and 13 rebounds against Cleveland State ... tied career-high with 18 rebounds against Kansas ... registered a double-double with 22 points and 11 boards against #17 Florida ... went 10-of-14 from the field against the Gators ... scored 16 points with 11 boards against Oklahoma State ... against Morgan State, he became only the second Husky ever to surpass 1,000 career rebounds ... made the game-winning shot against Stanford with five seconds on the clock off a putback of a Matthew Bryan-Amaning miss ... grabbed 18 rebounds against both Stanford and Cal ... scored 27 points and grabbed 16 boards at Arizona ... bounced back from 8 pt, 5 reb game against Oregon State with 21 points and a career-high-tying 18 rebounds against Oregon ... grabbed a total of 46 rebounds in three games (Oregon, UCLA, USC - 15.3 rpg) ... earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors on March 2 after leading UW to a pair of home wins against Arizona and Arizona State ... grabbed 18 rebounds in league-title clinching win over Washington State on Senior Day ... had 14 rebounds against Mississippi State and 18 against Purdue in the NCAA Tournament ... scored 20 pointgs with 18 boards against the Boilermakers ... opened the season as the nation's leading returning rebounder ... called the best rebounder in college basketball prior to the season by Jay Bilas of ESPN.com.

    2007-08 (Junior) -- Led the Pac-10 and third nationally with a 11.6 rebounding average ... league's 6th in scoring with 17.8 points per game and 3rd in field goal pct. with .536 ... first-team all-district by Basketball Times, NABC and the USBWA ... second-team all-Pac-10 selection ... honorable mention Pac-10 all-defensive team ... fegistered league-leading 23 double-doubles and scored in dougle-figures in all 32 games ... three-time league Player of the Week ... Set career-highs with 31 points and 18 rebounds against Utah ... blocked career-best six shots against then-16th ranked Texas A&M ... grabbed 17 rebounds against Washington State and UCLA ... Played 35 minutes or more in 12 games. 2006-07 (Sophomore) -- A 2007 Wooden Award candidate ... A first-team All-Pac selection ... Started all 32 games ... Led all Pac-10 players with an average of 9.6 rebounds per game ... Registered 15 double-doubles (double-figure points & rebounds) to lead the Pac-10 ... Ranked third among Pac-10 players in field goal percentage (55.0%) ... Ranked 12th among Pac-10 players and second on the team in scoring (14.2 ppg) ... Amassed 19 points and 14 rebounds against LSU (Dec. 20) and helped hold Glen Davis under 10 points for the first time in 49 games ... Voted the Feb. 12 Pac-10 Player of the Week after a pair of double-doubles helped UW sweep California and No. 25 Stanford at home ... Tallied double-figure ponts in 26 games ... Led all UW scorers eight times ... Led all Husky rebounders on 24 occasions, including 18 double-digit rebound games ... Voted to the Basketball Travelers Classic all-tournament team (Nov. 12-14) ... Collected five awards at the team banquet, including the KJR Radio Most Valuable Player trophy, the Tyee Sports Council Community Service Award, the Wurster Award (top hustler), Most Improved Player Award and the Harshman Trophy (top rebounder). 2005-06 (Freshman) -- Played all 33 games, starting every one except the final home game against California (Feb. 26) when Jamaal Williams started on senior night ... Voted to the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team by the league's coaches ... Had a spectacular debut with a 17-point, 10-rebound double-double against Morgan State (Nov. 13) ... Had another double-double in his third outing, a 21-point, 10-rebound performance against Air Force (Nov. 15) in the championship game of the BCA Classic ... Received the Most Valuable Player award of the BCA Classic ... Finished the season with four double-doubles ... Registered six double-figure rebound games and tallied double-figure points on 13 occasions ... Led the Huskies and ranked No. 7 among Pac-10 players with 6.5 rebounds per game ... Led the team and ranked second in the conference with a 51.8-percent field goal accuracy ... The team's fourth-leading scorer with 8.4 points per game ... Led all Huskies in rebounds during 12 games ... Had one of the most productive freshman campaigns in school history ... Amassed 215 rebounds, the second-highest total by a UW freshman behind only the record of 234 set by Mark Pope in 1992 ... Listed No. 7 among all-time UW freshmen with 278 points, No. 2 in steals with 35 and No. 6 in minutes with 794 ... Helped the Huskies to a 26-7 record and their second straight Sweet 16 berth.

    Snohomish High School (Snohomish, Wash.)
    No. 1 prospect in the Best of the West poll compiled by The Long Beach Press-Telegram, previous top picks were Jason Kidd, Paul Pierce, and Richard Jefferson ... Listed No. 15 overall nationally and No. 4 among power forwards byTheInsiders.com ... Amassed career-high 51 points on Feb. 17, 2005 against Stanwood ... Rated No. 17 overall nationally and No. 5 among power forwards by FutureStars ... Ranked as the nation's 19th best prep prospect by Basketball News ... Ranked as the top power forward prospect in the West by Scout.com. That same service lists Brockman No. 20 overall nationally and No. 5 among power forwards ... Four-year letterman at Snohomish High School ... Averaged 30.2 points and 14.0 rebounds as a senior after posting junior totals of 22.4 points, 13.0 rebounds, 1.5 blocked shots and 2.0 steals ... A 2004 all-state and all-league selection ... Received high honorable mention All-America accolades in Street & Smith's magazine ... Listed 31st overall and No. 7 among power forwards in the Class of 2005 by Rivals.com.

    Brockman Final 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
    2005-06 33-32 794 24.1 116 224 .518 0 0 .000 46 69 .667 85 130 215 6.5 84 2 24 46 3 35 278 8.4
    2006-07 32-32 921 28.8 175 318 .550 0 0 .000 103 156 .660 117 190 307 9.6 90 2 35 84 4 24 453 14.2
    2007-08 32-31 1009 31.5 237 442 .536 0 0 .000 94 181 .519 141 229 370 11.6 94 2 35 76 8 21 568 17.8
    2008-09 34-34 1036 30.5 190 361 .526 0 1 .000 126 197 .640 144 247 391 11.5 102 2 39 65 3 31 506 14.9
    TOTAL 131-129 3760 28.7 718 1345 .534 0 1 .000 369 603 .612 487 796 1283 9.8 370 8 133 271 18 111 1805 13.8

    Brockman news and features:

    Brockman leaves a legacy of unselfish play - Everett Herald (Mar. 7, 2009)
    Jon Brockman: Big Man, Big Legacy - Seattle P-I(Mar. 6, 2009)
    Jon Brockman Is The Favorite Son of Snohomish - Seattle Times (Mar. 6, 2009)
    Brockman's All-American Drive Makes Southwestern Swing - Seattle P-I (Jan. 26, 2008)
    Brockman's Final Chance At Glory - Everett Herald (Oct. 12, 2008)
    Brockman's All-American Drive Makes Southwestern Swing - Seattle P-I (Jan. 26, 2008)
    Best of the Pac: Brockman's consistency may earn him MVP - Seattle Times (Jan. 24, 2008)
    Brockman puts Huskies up, Dentmon puts Ducks away - Seattle Times (Feb. 17, 2006)
    Notes: Jones, Brockman come up big in win - Seattle Times (Jan. 13, 2006)
    Brockman leads Huskies past Cornell Jan. 2, 2006)
    Bullish Brockman helps UW bowl over Big Red - Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Jan. 3, 2006)
    Brockman redeems in UW win Everett Herald (Jan. 3, 2006)
    Brockman Provides UW What Old Huskies Lacked - Kitsap Sun (Dec. 4, 2005)
    Full speed ahead for Huskies' Brockman - Seattle Times (Nov. 25, 2005)
    High Schools: Brockman living his dream - Seattle P-I (Sept. 23, 2004)

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