University of Washington
Two-year letterman ... The only scholarship senior on the current roster and one of two seniors on the team, joining Brandon Burmeister ... A versatile big man who is capable of playing inside, but is also an excellent shooter from the perimeter ... Signed a letter of intent with Washington on April 18, 2003 ... Also received recruiting interest from Eastern Washington, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's, Utah and several Pac-10 schools. 2005-06 (Junior) -- Played 25 games, all of them as a reserve ... Saw action in the first-round NCAA Tournament win over Utah State (Mar. 16) ... Shot 49 percent from the field ... Hit five 3-point shots after not attempting any during his first two seasons ... Converted 10-of-11 free throws ... More than doubled career high with 14 points in the season-opener against Morgan State (Nov. 13) ... Also grabbed six rebounds versus Morgan State ... Tallied six straight critical UW points in a win over New Mexico (Dec. 10) ... Helped the Huskies to a 26-7 record and their second straight Sweet 16 berth. 2004-05 (Sophomore) -- Played 15 games, all of them in a reserve role ... Played the first two NCAA Tournament games, against Montana (Mar. 17) and Pacific (Mar. 19) ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds against Eastern Washington (Dec. 5) and Sacred Heart (Dec. 22) ... Saw 23 minutes of action in the season opener against Seattle Pacific (Nov. 29) ... Scored a season-best six points against SPU, including a perfect 4-for-4 effort from the free throw line ... Helped the Huskies to a 29-6 record, tying the school single-season victory record ... UW won its first Pac-10 Conference Tournament championship and received a No. 1 seed to the NCAA Touranment ... The Huskies advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1998. 2003-04 (Freshman) -- Played 11 games, including four Pac-10 contests ... Played 17 minutes in a win over Columbia (Dec. 30), setting season highs in points (4), rebounds (4), assists (5) and blocks (1) ... Helped the Huskies to a 19-12 record and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1999.
Issaquah High School (Issaquah, Wash.)
Coach Romar on Hans Gasser