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Cookie Belcher


Full Name:
Segado Cortez "Cookie" Belcher
Position:
Guard
College:
Nebraska
Height:
6-4
Weight:
205
High School:
Mexico HS, Mexico, Mo.
Birthdate:
June 25, 1978
Birthplace:
Mexico, Mo.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Honored as an All-Big 12 Second Team selection by both The Associated Press and Big 12 Conference coaches as a senior.
  Named to Big 12 All-Defensive Team for second time (freshman and senior years).
  Is Big 12's and Nebraska's career leader in steals (353), finishing third all-time in NCAA ranks.
  Finished career as Nebraska's all-time leader in steals, games played (131), games started (128) and minutes played (4,095).
  Second all-time in assists (477); fifth in three-pointers (146); sixth in blocks (83) and eighth in scoring (1,552 points).
  Owns four of the top five best single-season steals totals in school history.
  Became second player in school history to accumulate at least 1,000 points, 400 assists and 200 steals in a career (joining Erick Strickland of the Vancouver Grizzlies).


AT NEBRASKA
  As a fifth-year senior, started every game and led team in scoring (16.4 ppg), assists (4.4 apg), steals (2.6 spg) and minutes played (34.1 mpg) and was second in rebounding average (5.1 rpg) and free throw percentage (74.4 percent).
  Topped squad in scoring 13 times, including a career-high 29 points vs. Kansas.
  Scored 22 points and equaled his career-high in rebounds (10) vs. Colorado, the second double-double of his career.
  Scored 27 points, had steals, dished seven assists and grabbed six boards in win over Oklahoma State.
  Swiped at least four steals in 10 games.

  As a fourth-year senior, was awarded a medical redshirt after sustaining a wrist injury.
  Played in only four games, and established a career-high with 10 assists in win over Pittsburgh.

  As a junior, led school in assists (4.3 apg), steals (3.2 spg; 5th in nation) and three-pointers (39) and was second in scoring (11.8 ppg) and minutes played (31.5 mpg).
  Scored season-high 18 points vs. both Washington State and UNC-Greensboro.
  Total of 102 steals was Nebraska and Big 12 single-season record.
  Established a school single-game record with eight steals at Texas Tech.
  Total of 138 assists was seventh-best single-season mark in school history.

  Named to Ameritas Classic All-Tournament Team for third straight year.
  As a sophomore, started all 32 games and averaged 11.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg and 3.9 apg.
  Posted 15 points and a career-high-tying 10 rebounds vs. Iowa State.
  Blocked four shots vs. Colorado, tying his own school single-game record for blocks by a guard.
  Voted to Big 12 All-Defensive Team.

  As a freshman, only player on team to start all 33 games.
  Finished first on team in three-point percentage (39.5 percent).
  Set a Nebraska freshman record with 87 steals.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1996-97 33 117 256 .457 41 83 .494 126 68 305 9.2
1997-98 32 135 305 .443 55 87 .632 126 124 354 11.1
1998-99 32 137 320 .428 65 102 .627 107 138 377 11.8
2000-01 30 177 394 .449 90 121 .744 152 131 492 16.4
TOTALS 131 576 1291 .446 255 400 .638 526 477 1552 11.9
Three-point field goals: 1996-97. 30-for-76 (.395); 1997-98, 29-for-102 (.284); 1998-99, 39-for-128 (.305); 1999-01, 0-for-1 (.000); 2000-01, 48-for-143 (.336). Totals: 146-for-450 (.324).


 
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