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Brian Wardle


Full Name:
Brian Murphy Wardle
Position:
Guard
College:
Marquette
Height:
6-5
Weight:
205
High School:
Hinsdale Central, Hinsdale, Ill.
Birthdate:
October 9, 1979
Birthplace:
Chicago

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Finished third all-time at Marquette in scoring (1,690 points) behind former NBA players George Thompson and Butch Lee.
  Led team in scoring his final three seasons.
  Finished as second-leading career scorer in six-year history of Conference USA.
  Finished in top 10 at Marquette in three-point field goals (197, 5th), three-point field goals attempted (553, 4th), field goals (571, 8th), free throws (351, 10th) and free throw percentage (81.1%, tied for 5th).
  Started final 66 games of his collegiate career.
  Toured with NIT All-Star Team in summer of 2000, averaging 13 ppg.


AT MARQUETTE
  As a senior, named First Team All-Conference USA, the first Marquette player to earn the distinction.
  Led the team and was second in C-USA with 18.8 ppg, and scored 19.8 ppg in conference games.
  Led team and was fifth in C-USA in free throw percentage (83.8%), which was also the eighth-best single-season percentage at Marquette.
  Led or tied for team lead in scoring in 17 games.
  Hit double figures in scoring in 27 of 29 games, and hit for 20 or more points 14 times.
  Recorded a season-high 32 points vs. Southern Mississippi.
  Played a school-record 52 minutes and scored game-high 24 points vs. Louisville.
  Named MVP of the Blue and Gold Coca-Cola Classic with 37 points in two games.

  As a junior, named Second Team All-Conference USA after leading team with 16.6 ppg.
  Finished in top 10 in the conference in scoring (tied for 8th), three-point field goal percentage (40.0%, tied for 4th) and free throw percentage (78.3%, 4th).
  Hit for double figures in 23 of 29 games and led team in scoring 14 times.
  Scored season-high 31 points twice, vs. Charlotte and at South Florida.
  Recorded double-double vs. Coppin State with 26 points and 12 rebounds.

  As a sophomore, started 25 of 28 games and led team in scoring with 12.3 ppg.
  Scored 20 or more points on four occasions and led team in scoring 12 times.
  Scored a career-high 36 points vs. Charlotte, including 16-for-16 from free throw line.
  Free throw performance in that game set or tied single game records at Marquette, C-USA and the Bradley Center.
  Named C-USA Player of the Week after averaging 27.5 points in wins over Charlotte and then-No.4 ranked Cincinnati.

  Named Conference USA Sixth Man of the Year as a freshman, also earning C-USA All-Freshman honors.
  Started 10 games and averaged 10.3 ppg, third on team.
  Hit a game-winning three-pointer that beat Louisville.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 31 109 306 .356 55 71 .775 127 44 319 10.3
1998-99 28 118 311 .379 73 88 .830 92 47 345 12.3
1999-00 29 169 380 .445 94 120 .783 132 64 482 16.6
2000-01 29 175 433 .404 129 154 .838 106 58 544 18.8
TOTALS 117 571 1430 .399 351 433 .811 457 213 1690 14.4
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 46-for-157 (.293); 1998-99, 36-for-101 (.356); 1999-00, 50-for-125 (.400); 2000-01, 65-for-170 (.382). Totals: 197-for-553 (.356).


 
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