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Rashad Phillips


Full Name:
Rashad Keith Phillips
Position:
Guard
College:
Detroit
Height:
5-10
Weight:
162
High School:
Ferndale HS, Ferndale, Mich.
Birthdate:
May 5, 1978
Birthplace:
Detroit

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press as a senior.
  Honored with the Francis Pomeroy Naismith Award as the top senior basketball player in the country under six feet.
  Ranks first on Detroit's career list in points (2,319), three-point field goals (348), three-point attempts (879) and free throws made (541).
  Is second in steals (190) and free throw percentage (87.5%), third in free throw attempts (618), fourth in assists (548) and seventh in scoring average (17.8 ppg).
  Holds single-season records for points (785), three-point field goals (136) and free throw percentage (91.6%).
  Was a two-time Midwestern Collegiate Conference Player of the Year (2000 and 2001).
  Named First Team MCC in 1999, 2000 and 2001.
  Is the only player in school history to total 1,000 points and 500 assists.
  Became the third player ever to lead the MCC in scoring two straight seasons (2000 and 2001).
  Named Most Valuable Player of the 49th annual Portsmouth Invitational Tournament after finishing second in scoring (21.3 ppg) and assists (5.3 apg).   Hit 14 of 26 three-point attempts (53.8%) in three games.


AT DETROIT
  Led the Titans and was sixth nationally in scoring (22.4 ppg).
  Was fourth in the nation in free throw percentage (91.6%) and second in three-pointers made per game (3.9).
  Named First Team All-MCC.
  Led Detroit to semifinals of the National Invitation Tournament, where he was named to the All-Tournament Team after averaging 23.6 ppg.
  Scored 30 or more on five occasions, including season-high 41 points vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay.
  Broke MCC record by making 49 consecutive free throws.

  As a junior, finished sixth in the nation in scoring (23.0 ppg).
  His 735 total points was the third-highest one year total in school history.
  Finished 14th in the nation in free throw percentage (87.0%) and 15th in three-pointers made per game (3.2).
  Scored career-high 34 vs. both Georgia State and Loyola.
  Named MCC Player of the Year and First Team All-MCC.
  Became just the second player in conference history to lead the league in scoring and assists (Loyola's Darius Clemons, 1981).

  Led the Titans in scoring (15.7 ppg) as a sophomore, ranking third in the conference.
  Was named MVP of the MCC Tournament after averaging 16.7 points, 5.3 assists and 4.3 rebounds in three tourney victories.
  Named to the MCC's All-Defensive Team.

  Named MCC Newcomer of the Year in 1997-98.
  Finished fourth on the team in scoring (10.0 ppg), second in assists (132) and first in steals.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 31 97 228 .425 80 95 .842 54 102 311 10.0
1998-99 31 160 390 .410 95 113 .841 101 132 488 15.7
1999-00 32 226 513 .441 181 208 .870 96 169 735 23.0
2000-01 35 232 535 .434 185 202 .916 88 145 785 22.4
TOTALS 129 715 1666 .429 541 618 .875 339 548 2319 17.8
Three-point field goals: 1997-98. 37-for-108 (.343); 1998-99, 73-for-191 (.382); 1999-00, 102-for-252 (.405); 2000-01, 136-for-328 (.415). Totals: 348-for-879 (.396).


 
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