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Ian Chadwick


Full Name:
Ian Nelson Chadwick
Position:
Guard
College:
Wofford
Height:
6-3
Weight:
195
High School:
Parkview HS, Atlanta, Ga.
Birthdate:
July 6, 1978
Birthplace:
Atlanta, Ga.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  A three-time All-Southern Conference First Team performer, finished an outstanding four-year career as both the Wofford and Southern Conference career leader in three-pointers with 299.
  Ranks as the school's sixth all-time leading scorer with 1,789 points.
  Displayed the ability to step up his game against the Terriers' toughest opponents.
  Led the Southern Conference and was 22nd nationally in scoring (20.4 ppg) as a senior, finishing as runner-up for Southern Conference Player of the Year to Charleston's Jody Lumpkin.
  Voted First Team All-Southern Conference and was named to Southern Conference All-Tournament team for second straight year.
  Against Georgia Southern, nailed six treys and poured in a career-high 40 points, including 30 points in the second half.
  Averaged 25.5 ppg over the final 10 games of the season. Posted a game-high 26 points at Alabama.
  Scored 30 points against Charleston.
  Closed his collegiate career with 32 points in 60-57 loss to Davidson in the Southern Conference Tournament.


AT WOFFORD
  As a junior, named First Team All-Southern Conference as well as to All-Southern Conference Tournament team.
  Was second in the Southern Conference in scoring (16.8 ppg), three-pointers per game (2.9), and free-throw percentage (80.3 percent).
  Sank 87 treys, breaking the Wofford single-season record of 84.
  Drained seven treys and scored 20 second-half points on the way to a team-high 27 points in the Terriers' victory at Clemson.
  Notched a game-high 24 points against 15th-ranked Texas and four days later netted a game-high 26 points in a near-upset of Georgia Tech.

  A First Team All-Southern Conference performer as a sophomore, finishing second in the Conference in scoring (16.8 ppg), first in three-pointers per game (2.9), and third in free-throw percentage (80.7 percent).

  Ranked 22nd in the nation in three-point field goals, hitting 42.9 percent.
  Reached double figures in points in all but three games.
  Was named Southern Conference Player of the Week for his performance in back-to-back games against Georgia Tech (16 points) and second-ranked Auburn (26 points).
  Scored a then career-high 27 points against BYU in the season-opener.
  Had a streak of 26 consecutive free throws.
  Selected as the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year.

  Was tops among Conference freshmen and led the Terriers in scoring with 12.0 ppg.
  Tallied 22 points on 6-for-8 shooting from beyond the arc against Appalachian State.
  Scored 22 second-half points in a victory over Tennessee-Chattanooga.
  Recorded his season-high of 22 points on four separate occasions.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 27 106 275 .385 50 73 .694 74 47 323 12.0
1998-99 27 144 342 .421 88 109 .807 107 59 454 16.8
1999-00 30 159 431 .347 98 122 .803 99 45 503 16.8
2000-01 25 160 382 .419 116 148 .780 80 49 509 20.4
TOTALS 109 569 1430 .398 352 451 .780 360 200 1789 16.4
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 61-for-154 (.370); 1998-99, 78-for-182 (.429); 1999-00, 87-for-251 (.347); 2000-01, 73-for-221 (.330). Totals: 299-for-819 (.365).


 
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