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Curtis Allen
Curtis Allen


Tacoma, Wash.

High School:
Wilson HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170




Three-year letterman guard and part-time starter during each of his previous three seasons ... Has 820 career points, needing 180 more to become UW's 28th 1,000-point scorer ... Enters the season as the most accurate free throw shooter in school history, having converted 87.7 percent (178-of-203) of his chartiy shots ... Ranks No. 2 among Pac-10 free throw shooters behind only UCLA's Rod Foster who shot 88.8 percent (309-351) from 1980-83 ... Enters the season tied for ninth among all-time Huskies with 239 career assists ... Arguably the quickest player in the Pac-10 ... One of only two players with more than one full year of experience with the Huskies, joining Will Conroy.

2002-03 (Junior) -- Played all 27 games with 13 starts ... His 52 treys were 23 more 3-pointers than any teammate had ... Converted 95.7 percent of his free throws (44-of-46), a figure that led all Pac-10 players but was 10 shy of the minimum standard for qualifying in the conference statistics ... Tallied double-figure points on 13 occastions, topped by a four 17-point performances ... Led all UW scorers three times and was the team's top assister twice ... Had five steals against UCLA (Jan. 2).

2001-02 (Sophomore) -- Distributed 15 assists against Arizona State (Jan. 10), just one shy of the school record of 16 ... Amassed 126 assists, the seventh-highest single-season total in Husky history ... Named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Dec. 3, 2001 after tallying a career-high 27 points at San Diego (Dec. 1) ... Led the team in assists (126), 3-pointers (48) and steals (27) while ranking second in scoring (12.0 ppg) ... Tallied double-figure points 18 times, including two 20-point performances ... Distributed five-or-more assists on nine occasions and was the team's top assister during 21 games ... Led the team and ranked second among Pac-10 players by converting 88.6 percent (101-114) of his free throw attempts ... Ranked sixth among Pac-10 playmakers with 4.34 assists per game.

2000-01 (Freshman)--Elected to the 2001 Pac-10 All-Freshmen Team ... Ranked second among Huskies with 65 assists, the fourth-highest figure ever for a UW freshman ... Registered 29 steals, the third-highest single-season total for a Husky freshman ... Hit two spinning shots in the lane at Oregon (Jan. 18), forcing overtime with the first and winning the game at 0:06 with the second ... Started 11 of final 12 games and averaged 10.8 points during that stretch ... Played significant minutes in all 30 games as a freshman ... Led all Huskies in scoring during three games ... Led the team in assists on six occasions, including four games with five assists ... Signed a Washington letter-of-intent on Nov. 15, 1999 ... Joined classmate C.J. Massingale as the first Tacoma natives in 23 years to sign with Washington, dating back to Steve Matzen who lettered from 1977-1980 ... Selected Washington over Clemson, Notre Dame, Syracuse and several Pac-10 schools.

Selected the 2000 Washington state Class 4A player of the year by the Associated Press ... Averaged 25.2 points and four assists per game during his senior season, helping Wilson High School earn a fifth-place finish at the 2000 state tournament ... Amassed a school-record 47 points on Feb. 1, 2000 in a 73-69 win over Lincoln ... 2000 Most Valuable Player of the Narrows League Bay Division ... Set the West Central District single-tournament scoring mark with 132 points over five games ... The all-area MVP in 2000 and a two-time all-area team pick ... Helped lead Wilson to three consecutive state tournament berths ... Three-time All-Narrows League honoree ... Averaged 19.8 points, five rebounds and five assists per game his junior season in 1999 ... Led Wilson to a second-place finish in the Washington Class 4A state tournament as a sophomore in 1998 ... Second-team 1999 all-state selection by the Associated Press ... His Wilson squad defeated UW teammate C.J. Massingale and Mount Tahoma in the 1998 Washington state Class 4A semifinals ... An honorable mention national prep selection by Street & Smith's magazine ... Rated the No. 7 point guard prospect in the West by Pac-West Hoops.

"He is one of, if not the quickest, player in the Pac-10. Curtis is our most experienced player. He has really worked hard in the off season and was voted one of our co-captains. We expect his senior year to be his best year."

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