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Albert Mouring


Full Name:
Albert Clonion Mouring Jr.
Position:
Guard
College:
Connecticut
Height:
6-3
Weight:
190
High School:
Richardson HS, Federalsburg, Md.
Birthdate:
January 29, 1979
Birthplace:
Preston, Md

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Started every game as a junior and senior.
  Became the 32nd player in school history to score 1,000 points.
  His career three-point shooting percentage of 41.2 percent is No. 2 all-time at Connecticut behind Ray Allen (44.8 percent) of the Milwaukee Bucks.
  Ranks first in school history in free throw shooting percentage (84.2 percent).
  Voted the team's Most Improved Player after his sophomore and junior seasons.


AT CONNECTICUT
  As a senior, named Honorable Mention All-Big East Conference and also was a First Team NABC All-District I selection.
  Started all 32 games and finished second on the team in scoring (15.1 ppg).
  Led the team in three-pointers (58) and free throw percentage (88.9 percent, 8th in nation).
  Scored in double figures in 27-of-32 games and made at least one three-pointer in 28-of-32 games.
  Led the team in scoring 14 times. Reached the 20-point plateau on seven occasions.
  Scored a career-high 31 points in a win over Virginia Tech.
  Made five three-pointers against New Hampshire.
  Made 15 of 16 free throws against Quinnipiac.
  Recorded a career-high six steals against Miami.

  As a junior, started all 35 games and finished second on the team in scoring (13.9 ppg).
  Averaged 14.8 points in Big East play.
  Led the team and was sixth nationally in three-point shooting at 47.8 percent, the highest single-season percentage in school history.
  Made 50.6 percent of his threes in Big East games.
  Led the team in scoring 14 times.
  Reached double figures 26 times and had seven 20-point games.
  Scored 17 points in the team's NCAA Tournament loss to Tennessee.
  Named to the Big East All-Tournament team after scoring 61 points in four games, including 22 in the championship game loss to St. John's.
  Made 5-of-8 three-pointers and scored 22 points in a win over Duke.

  As a sophomore, served as the sixth man on UConn's NCAA championship team.
  Scored 11 points in a "Sweet Sixteen" win over Iowa.
  Had six points in the national championship game against Duke.
  Scored 15 points in a win at No. 4 Stanford.
  Made 32 three-pointers, third on the team.

  As a freshman, appeared in 15 games off the bench.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 15 7 17 .412 1 2 .500 5 0 16 1.1
1998-99 32 79 180 .439 38 51 .745 80 35 228 7.1
1999-00 35 166 387 .429 70 83 .843 124 79 488 13.9
2000-01 32 160 366 .437 104 117 .889 101 55 482 15.1
TOTALS 114 412 950 .434 213 253 .842 201 169 1214 10.6
Three-point field goals: 1997-98. 1-for-10 (.100); 1998-99, 32-for-85 (.376); 1999-00, 86-for-180 (.478); 2000-01, 58-for-155 (.374). Totals: 177-for-430 (.412).


 
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