Full Name:
Byron King Mouton
Position:
Guard/Forward
College:
Maryland
Height:
6-6
Weight:
215
High School:
Rayne HS (Rayne, La.)
Birthdate:
April 29, 1978
Birthplace:
Rayne, La.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Helped Maryland reach the NCAA Final Four in both seasons he played for the Terrapins, and was a starter on the 2002 National Championship team.
Named Honorable Mention All-ACC as a senior. Played two seasons at Tulane before transferring to Maryland.
As a freshman at Tulane in 1997-98, was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team as he led Tulane in scoring with 15.3 ppg.
At the PIT following his senior season, Mouton was named to the All-Consolation Team after averaging 22 points and 7.5 rebounds.
Maryland coach Gary Williams praised Moutonís defensive versatility, as he defended both guards and small forwards.


AT MARYLAND
As a senior, improved his scoring (11.1 ppg), rebounding (5.0 rpg) and assist (2.1 apg) averages over his junior season while playing 28.3 minutes per game.
Scored season-high 21 points in win over Virginia, hitting 11-of-12 from free throw line.
Grabbed season-high 10 rebounds vs. American to go along with 10 points.

As a junior at Maryland in 2000-01, worked his way into the starting lineup early in the season and started 30 of 36 games.
Averaged 9.6 points and 4.0 rebounds in 22.7 minutes per game.
In NCAA Tournament first round victory over George Mason, shared team lead with 22 points.
Exploded for season-high 28 points against Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Posted first double-double of his collegiate career with 13 points and a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Duke.
Sat out the 1999-2000 season at Maryland as a transfer student.


AT TULANE
In his final season at Tulane in 1998-99, averaged a team-leading 11.4 points in 27.6 minutes per game as part-time starter.
Scored season-high 21 points twice, against Houston and Memphis.
Scored in double figures in 15 of 25 games.

As a freshman at Tulane in 1997-98, named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team after averaging team-high 15.3 points.
Averaged a team-leading 31.3 minutes per game, and his 444 total points was second-most for a freshman at Tulane.
Scored a career-high 31 points in double-OT victory over Southern Mississippi, including six three-pointers, one sent the game into a second overtime.
Went 10-for-10 from the line vs. Charlotte.

STATISTICS - Tulane
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1997-98 29 26 143 394 .363 107 141 .759 114 46 50 8 444 15.3
1998-99 25 13 93 242 .384 52 73 .712 88 26 34 10 284 11.4
Totals 54 39 236 636 .371 159 214 .743 202 72 84 18 728 13.5
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 53-for-179 (.296); 1998-99, 46-for-126 (.365). Totals: 99-for-305 (.325).

STATISTICS - Maryland
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 36 30 123 242 .508 81 104 .779 145 44 30 9 344 9.6
2001-02 36 35 144 307 .469 99 129 .767 180 74 34 6 401 11.1
Totals 72 65 267 549 .486 180 233 773 325 118 64 15 745 10.3
Three-point field goals: 2000-01, 17-for-42 (.405); 2001-02, 14-for-55 (.255). Totals: 31-for-97 (.320).