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Carlos Arroyo


Full Name:
Carlos A. Arroyo
Position:
Guard
College:
Florida International
Height:
6-2
Weight:
202
High School:
Colegio Santiago Apostol HS, Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Birthdate:
July 30, 1979
Birthplace:
Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Only the second player in school history with at least 1,600 points in his career.
  Holds school records with 459 career assists and 177 steals.
  As a senior, became the only player in school history to record more than 600 points in a season.
  Was a two-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection.
  Ranks second in school history in three-point field goals (174) and third in field goals made (562) and free throws made (302).
  Played at Nike Desert Classic in Tempe, Arizona, following senior season.


AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL
  As a senior, was a preseason and postseason All-Sun Belt Conference selection and was named Preseason SBC Player of the Year by The Basketball News.
  Led the Sun Belt and was 17th in nation in scoring at 21.2 ppg.
  Ranked third in the conference in assists (4.0 apg), eighth in free throw percentage (74.3%) and fifth in steals (1.76 spg).
  Led FIU in scoring in 26 of 29 games.
  Scored 20 or more points 22 times.
  Set a school record with 39 points against North Texas.
  Put up 33 points against Florida Atlantic and scored 26 against Purdue.
  Named to All-Tournament Team at the FIU Tip-Off Classic and Thanksgiving Classic.

  As a junior, named All-Sun Belt Conference.
  Tied for the team lead in scoring (17.7 ppg) and led the Sun Belt in scoring in conference games (18.6 ppg).
  Led FIU in minutes per game (36.0).
  Tallied a season-high 30 points vs. Northern Illinois.
  Recorded two double-doubles (points-assists). Named to the All-Tournament Team of the Doral/FIU Tip-Off Classic.

  As a sophomore, set a school record with 13 assists vs. Northern Illinois.
  Ranked fifth in the Sun Belt with 93 assists.
  Ranked second on the team with 12.5 ppg.
  Named Most Valuable Player of the FIU/LaFestival Classic.
  Had 17 points, 12 in the second half, in a 69-62 win over Michigan.
  Had seven assists and four steals in upset over Penn State.

  As a freshman, named to the Trans America Athletic Conference's All-Newcomer and All-Tournament Teams.
  Ranked second on the team in scoring (12.0 ppg).
  Ranked second in the TAAC with 66 steals, one short of the school record.
  Ranked fifth in the conference with 135 assists, which set a school single-season record.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 29 128 276 .464 56 92 .609 87 135 347 12.0
1998-99 20 83 190 .437 50 72 .694 57 93 249 12.5
1999-00 22 136 299 .455 63 87 .724 57 114 389 17.7
2000-01 29 215 499 .431 133 179 .743 100 117 615 21.2
TOTALS 100 562 1264 .445 302 430 .702 301 459 1600 16.0
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 35-for-94 (.372); 1998-99, 33-for-88 (.375); 1999-00, 54-for-126 (.429); 2000-01, 52-for-176 (.295). Totals: 174-for-484 (.360).


 
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