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Michael Menser


Full Name:
Michael John Menser
Position:
Guard
College:
Indiana State
Height:
5-11
Weight:
165
High School:
Batesville HS, Batesville, Ind.
Birthdate:
April 29, 1979
Birthplace:
Greensburg, Ind.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Ranks first in school history in career three-pointers (283, second all-time in Missouri Valley Conference), third in steals (188), sixth in assists (426) and 11th in scoring (1,301 points).
  Is school's single-season three-point field goal leader (92 as a senior).
  Was a three-time MVC First Team Scholar Athlete.
  As a senior, earned All-MVC Second Team honors and CoSIDA District V All-Academic First Team honors.   As a freshman, named to MVC All-Newcomer Team.


AT INDIANA STATE
  Led nation in assist/turnover ratio as a senior (184/46, 4:1) and recorded nine turnover-less games during the season.
  Averaged 5.4 apg and 1.79 spg.
  Named Most Outstanding Player of MVC Tournament after averaging 21.0 points and 6.3 assists over three-game championship run.
  Scored career-high 32 points against Creighton in semifinal round.
  Passed for career-high 12 assists vs. Austin Peay.
  Scored 14 points with 11 assists against Wichita State.
  Had 22 points, six three-pointers, four assists and two steals in another game vs. Wichita State.
  Registered 20 points and five assists against Drake.
  In first round of NCAA Tournament, helped Indiana State to one-point win over Oklahoma by hitting a three-pointer with nine seconds left to pull team within one and then drilling another three-pointer with 0.05 seconds left to give Indiana State the lead for good.

  As a junior, started all 32 games, setting school's single-season mark for three-pointers (which he broke a year later) with 91.
  Had streak of 30 consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal.
  Scored in double figures 20 times, including 23 points vs. Southern Illinois and 22 vs. Texas in NCAA Tournament First Round game.
  Scored 18 points against Creighton (hitting six-of-seven from three-point range) and recorded 17 points against both TCU and Drake.

  As a sophomore, topped team in free throw shooting (79.5%) and was second in assists (81) and three-pointers (44).
  Scored 23 points against Wichita State.

  Started 26 games as a freshman, leading the team in three-pointers (56) and finishing third in scoring (10.5 ppg).


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 27 92 244 .377 44 56 .786 87 78 284 10.5
1998-99 23 65 192 .339 31 39 .795 65 81 205 8.9
1999-00 32 118 267 .442 28 39 .718 90 83 355 11.1
2000-01 34 138 345 .400 89 107 .832 100 184 457 13.4
TOTALS 116 413 1048 .394 192 241 .797 342 426 1301 11.2
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 56-for-156 (.359); 1998-99, 44-for-132 (.333); 1999-00, 91-for-200 (.455), 2000-01, 92-for-239 (.385). Totals: 283-for-727 (.389).


 
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