UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Two-year letterman and part-time starter at the shooting guard position ... One of only three players with more than one year of experience in a Husky uniform, joining Curtis Allen and Marlon Shelton. 2001-02 (Sophomore) -- Played all 29 games with 11 starts ... Ranked sixth among UW players in scoring with 5.7 points per game ... Matched his career high with 25 points against California (Feb. 16) ... Ranked second on the team and ninth among Pac-10 players by converting 81.8 percent of his free throw attempts (63-77) ... Posted six double-figure scoring outings ... Led all Husky rebounders on four occasions with a career-high seven boards on each occasion ... A remarkable offensive rebounder whose offensive rebound total of 47 nearly equaled his 48 defensive boards.. 2000-01 (Freshman) -- An honorable mention All-Pac-10 Freshmen Team selection ... Played 28 games, starting four of them ... Hit 43-percent (17-40) of his shots from 3-point range, the top figure on the team ... Exploded for 25 points including four 3-pointers at UCLA (Jan. 4) ... Opened the Pac-10 season with three straight double-figure performances with 25 points at UCLA (Jan. 4), 10 at USC (Jan. 6) and 13 against Arizona State (Jan. 11) ... Had a team high 18 points, four rebounds, and three steals against Oregon (Feb. 17) ... Led all Huskies in scoring during four games ... Led the team in assists on three occasions, including five-assist outings at USC (Jan. 6) and Washington State (Mar. 3) ... Signed a Washington letter-of-intent on Nov. 15, 1999 ... Joined classmate Curtis Allen 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 Boise State, Saint Louis, Vanderbilt and Washington State.
MOUNT TAHOMA HIGH SCHOOL
Two-time Most Valuable Player of the Narrows League Bridge Division, in 1999 and 2000 ... Averaged 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists as a senior in 2000 for Mount Tahoma which had an 11-9 record ... MVP of the Emerald City boys all-star game, scoring 18 points on April 30, 2000 at Seattle's Rainier Beach High School ... Tied for team-high scoring honors with 22 points for the Washington all-stars in a 127-96 loss to Oregon on March 31, 2000 at the University of Portland ... Averaged 21.1 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals per game during 1999 as a junior at Mount Tahoma High School ... Led Mount Tahoma to the 1998 Washington state Class 4A semifinals where they lost to Curtis Allen's Wilson High School squad ... Rated the No. 8 point guard prospect in the West by Pac-West Hoops ... An honorable mention high school All-America selection by Blue Ribbon basketball yearbook.
COACH ROMAR ON CJ MASSINGALE
"C.J. is, an outstanding offensive rebounder. Along with Doug Wrenn, he is the best offensive rebounding perimeter guy that we have on the team. Although he has not averaged a lot of points, C.J. has a knack for finding ways to get that ball up to the basket. He's got to be more balanced and learn to take better shots which will increase his percentage. Whether it is by stealing the ball, rebounding the ball or just getting the ball in traffic in garbage situations, he has a knack for getting that ball into the hole. He came on a recruiting visit to Saint Louis when I was there and I didn't know he was that good of an offensive rebounder in high school."