Full Name:
Anthony Montreace Grundy
Position:
Guard
College:
North Carolina State
Height:
6-3
Weight:
180
High School:
Warren Central HS (Bowling Green, Ky.)
Birthdate:
April 15, 1979
Birthplace:
Louisville, Ky.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press, First Team All-ACC and First Team All-ACC Tournament as a senior.
Named to ACC All-Defensive Team as a senior and as a sophomore.
Concluded career eighth in school history in points (1,641), second in steals (239) to former NBA guard Chris Corchiani (328), fifth in three-point field goals made (164) and eighth in assists (356).
He is the first player in school history to compile 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists and 200 steals in his career.

AT NORTH CAROLINA STATE
As a senior, led Wolfpack to its first NCAA Tournament berth since 1991.
Led team in points (17.8 ppg), rebounds (5.5 rpg), assists (3.5 apg), steals (2.06 spg) and minutes played (32.4 mpg).
Was the top rebounding guard in the ACC.
Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after leading Wolfpack to the ACC Final.
Scored career-high 32 points in ACC Tournament opening-round victory over Virginia.
Followed that with 24 points and eight rebounds in win over eventual national champion Maryland.
Scored 28 points, including 10-for-12 from the free throw line, in win over North Carolina.

As a junior, led team in scoring (14.6 ppg), steals (2.17 spg, 2nd in ACC) and three-point field goals made (45) and was second in assists (3.3 apg).
Improved free throw percentage, shooting 76.5 percent after making only 58.8 percent as a sophomore.
Scored 20 or more points six times and hit for double figures in 24 of 29 games.
Led team in scoring 14 times and in assists nine times.
In win over Penn State, scored season-high 29 points (8-15 FGs, 11-13 FTs) and grabbed seven rebounds.
Scored 24 points, including game-winning follow shot at the buzzer, in win over North Carolina-Greensboro.
Notched career-high 11 assists vs. Charleston Southern.

As a sophomore, started 30 of 33 games and ranked third in the ACC with 2.1 spg.
Also averaged 12.5 points and 4.6 rebounds for a 20-14 Wolfpack team that reached the postseason NIT semifinals.
Scored season-high 30 points vs. Wake Forest, including four-of-six shooting from three-point range.

As a freshman, joined the team for the ninth game of the season in mid-December.
Played in all 25 games he was eligible to participate, starting the final 11.
Averaged 16 points and 7.8 rebounds in the final four games of the season.
Posted 19 points against the Blue Devils in the ACC Tournament.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 25 11 73 180 .406 30 47 .638 75 50 37 6 200 8.0
1999-00 33 30 152 380 .400 60 102 .588 152 91 69 11 412 12.5
2000-01 29 25 145 351 .413 88 115 .765 125 95 63 7 423 14.6
2001-02 34 33 219 451 .486 121 158 .766 186 120 70 5 606 17.8
TOTALS 121 99 589 1362 .432 299 422 .709 538 356 239 29 1641 13.6
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 24-for-69 (.348); 1999-00, 48-for-153 (.314); 2000-01, 45-for-135 (.333); 2001-02, 47-for-136 (.346). Totals, 164-for-493 (.333).