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Joe Crispin


Full Name:
Joseph Steven Crispin
Position:
Guard
College:
Penn State
Height:
6-0
Weight:
185
High School:
Pitman HS, Pitman, N.J.
Birthdate:
July 18, 1979
Birthplace:
Pitman, N.J.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Ranks in top 10 in school history in scoring (1,986 points), assists (485) and free-throw percentage (88.5%).
  As a senior, selected to All-Big Ten First Team by Big Ten coaches and to NABC All-District 3 First Team.   As a junior, was named Second Team All-Big Ten by coaches and media.


AT PENN STATE
  As a senior, started all 33 games, topping team in scoring (19.5 ppg, 40th in nation), minutes (34.0 mpg) and three-pointers made (3.3 per game, 14th in nation) and finishing second in free-throw percentage (87.3%, 16th in nation), assists (3.3 apg) and steals.
  Recorded 20 or more points 18 times.
  Dished out season-high eight assists in opening game vs. Loyola (MD).
  Scored 31 points against Kentucky.
  Tallied career-high 36 points vs. Pittsburgh, going 13-for-22 from the field, including seven-of-nine from three-point range.
  Also scored 35 points vs. Iowa.
  Named to Big Ten All-Tournament Team after averaging 16.7 ppg in three games.
  In NCAA Tournament, guided Penn State to Sweet 16, scoring 21 points in second-round upset of North Carolina.

  Set Penn State record for points in a season by a junior with 649.
  Became first Nittany Lion in 40 years to score 30 or more points in consecutive games when he pumped in 31 vs. both Wisconsin and Illinois.
  Was second on team in scoring (18.5 ppg) and third in the conference.
  Topped Big Ten in free-throw percentage (89.2%, 6th in nation).
  Recorded double-double vs. Illinois in Big Ten Tournament semifinal game, notching 20 points and career-high-tying 11 assists and notched another vs. Arizona State (26 points and 10 assists).
  Was selected to All-Big Ten Tournament Team and ASU Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team and was awarded Big Ten Player of the Week once.
  As a sophomore, finished first on the squad in three-pointers made and second in scoring (14.3 ppg).
  Keyed overtime win vs. Final Four-bound Ohio State by scoring first eight points of overtime, earning him Big Ten Player of the Week recognition.

  Established PSU record for consecutive free throws made by a freshman, sinking 23 straight.
  Also set school records for most points in a conference game (scored 23 in win over nationally ranked Iowa) and for free-throw shooting (converted 14-of-14 vs. Minnesota).
  Handed out career-high-tying 11 assists vs. Dayton.
  Upped scoring average to 11.8 vs. league competition.
  Earned slot on Big Ten Foreign Tour Team after season.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 32 97 257 .377 66 75 .880 61 107 308 9.6
1998-99 27 131 332 .395 57 63 .905 74 90 387 14.3
1999-00 35 192 499 .385 181 203 .892 117 178 649 18.5
2000-01 33 195 523 .373 144 165 .873 118 110 642 19.5
TOTALS 127 615 1611 .382 448 506 .885 370 485 1986 15.6
Three-point field goals: 1997-98. 48-for-148 (.324); 1998-99, 68-for-191 (.356); 1999-00, 84-for-243 (.346); 2000-01, 108-for-303 (.356). Totals: 308-for-885 (.348).


 
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