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Brandon Wolfram


Full Name:
Brandon Michael Wolfram
Position:
Forward
College:
Texas El-Paso
Height:
6-9
Weight:
240
High School:
Amarillo HS, Amarillo, Texas
Birthdate:
July 25, 1979
Birthplace:
Austin, Texas

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Texas El-Paso's all-time leading scorer with 1,831 points.
  A two-time All-Western Athletic Conference First Team selection.
  Ranks sixth at UTEP in career rebounds (734) and scoring average (16.1 ppg).
  Had 86 double figure scoring games, including 71 of his last 72 games.
  Had 40 career 20-point games and seven career 30-point games.
  Posted 13 career double-doubles.
  Started 63 consecutive games to end his career.
  Set a school record for field goal percentage in a season (60.7%) as a sophomore.
  Career field goal percentage (57.9%) ranks first in school history.
  Ranks 20th on the all-time WAC scoring chart.
  Was a two-time First Team Academic All-American.
  Majored in business administration and compiled a 3.87 GPA.


AT UTEP
  As a senior, chosen the WAC Player of the Year by The Sporting News.
  Was a consensus First Team All-WAC selection.
  Ranked seventh in the nation in scoring (22.3 ppg) and 13th in field goal percentage (59.1%).
  His 714 points represent the fourth-highest single-season total in school history.
  Had the best scoring average of any Miner since Antoine Gillespie in 1993-94 (23.7 ppg).
  Also led the Miners in rebounding (7.6 rpg).
  Early in the season, became the first UTEP player since Tim Hardaway in 1988-89 to post six straight games with 20 or more points.
  Scored a career-high 36 points vs. TCU. Scored 35 points vs. New Mexico State and Hawaii.

  As a junior, was an All-WAC First Team selection.
  Led UTEP in scoring (20.7 ppg, 19th in nation) and rebounding (6.8 rpg).
  Finished second in the WAC in scoring and third in field goal percentage (55.3%) and free throw percentage (83.1%).
  Led UTEP in scoring 18 times and scored more than 20 points 16 times.
  Had a streak of 34 consecutive made free throws.

  As a sophomore, named to the All-WAC Pacific Division Second Team.
  Averaged 12.9 points and finished second on the team in rebounding (6.1 rpg).
  His field goal percentage (60.7%) was the highest single-season mark in school history.

  As a freshman, named to the WAC Mountain Division All-Newcomer Team.
  Started 10 of 26 games.
  Finished fifth on the team in scoring (6.8 ppg) and second in rebounding (5.0 rpg).


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 26 72 125 .576 33 49 .673 130 6 177 6.8
1998-99 28 130 214 .607 100 134 .746 171 32 360 12.9
1999-00 28 215 389 .553 138 166 .831 191 48 580 20.7
2000-01 32 251 425 .591 206 250 .824 242 29 714 22.3
TOTALS 114 668 1153 .579 477 599 .796 734 115 1831 16.1
Three-point field goals: 1997-98. 0-for-1 (.000); 1998-99, 0-for-1 (.000); 1999-00, 12-for-30 (.400); 2000-01, 6-for-18 (.333). Totals: 18-for-50 (.360).


 
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