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Ronnie McCollum


Full Name:
Ronnie Allen McCollum II
Position:
Guard
College:
Centenary
Height:
6-4
Weight:
200
High School:
Fayette County HS, Fayette, Ala.
Birthdate:
December 18, 1978
Birthplace:
Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press as a senior after leading nation in scoring as a senior with 29.1 ppg.
  Led nation in scoring by 5.3 ppg over No. 2 scorer Kyle Hill of Eastern Illinois (23.8 ppg).
  Was the third-leading scorer in the nation as a junior with 23.8 ppg.
  Also ranked fifth in the nation in free throw shooting as a senior at 90.7%, making more free throws than anyone among the top 70 scorers in major college basketball.
  Was selected as the 2001 Louisiana Player of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
  March 13, 2001 was named "Ronnie McCollum Day" in Shreveport, La.
  Is a cousin of Indiana University coach Mike Davis.
  At the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaged 9.7 ppg in 22 minutes per game.


AT CENTENARY
  As a senior, was named to the First Team District 8 by the NABC and to the All-Independent Conference First Team.
  Scored 40 or more points three times, including a career-high 44 points against Northwestern State.
  Broke Centenary's single-season scoring record with 787 points and set all-time record for three-pointers made in a career with 345.
  Named Independent Conference Player of the Week three times.

  Finished junior season ranked third in the nation in scoring at 23.8 ppg.
  Ranked 11th in the nation in three-pointers made per game at 3.3.
  Scored a season-high 38 points in an overtime win against Texas Pan-American and scored 30 points or more in a game five times.
  Named to the All-Independent First Team and was runner-up in the Independent Conference Player of the Year voting.
  Won consecutive games against Southwest Texas State and Texas A&M with three-pointers at the buzzer.

  As a sophomore, led the Gents in scoring at 19.4 ppg (39th in nation).
  Shot 33.8% from three-point range and 87.4% (11th in nation) from the line.
  Also averaged 3.9 rpg and collected 28 assists.

  Led Gents in scoring with 17.5 ppg as a freshman.
  Notched 101 three-pointers made, which was a Centenary and TAAC all-time record.
  Was selected to the All-TAAC Second Team and All-Newcomer Team and the All-Louisiana Third Team.
  Ranked eighth in the NCAA and tops in the TAAC in three-point field goals made with 3.4 per game


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 30 176 387 .455 73 90 .811 88 32 526 17.5
1998-99 28 176 421 .418 125 143 .874 108 28 544 19.4
1999-00 28 226 577 .392 123 153 .804 103 27 667 23.8
2000-01 27 244 592 .412 214 236 .907 101 32 787 29.1
TOTALS 113 822 1977 .416 535 622 .860 400 119 2524 22.3
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 101-for-241 (.419); 1998-99, 67-for-198 (.338); 1999-00, 92-for-258 (.357); 2000-01, 85-for-252 (.337). Totals: 345-for-949 (.364).


 
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