Full Name:
Casey Gardner Jacobsen
Position:
Guard/Forward
College:
Stanford
Height:
6-6
Weight:
215
High School:
Glendora HS (Glendora, Calif.)
Birthdate:
March 19, 1981
Birthplace:
Glendora, Calif.

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the first round (22nd overall) by the Phoenix Suns.

TEAM WORKOUTS/FEATURES
May 27: Q&A with Phoenix Suns


HIGHLIGHTS
Early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft.
Named Second Team All-America by the Associated Press as a junior.
Selected First Team All-America by the AP as a sophomore, the first AP First Team All-America player in school history.
Three-time All-Pac-10 First Team selection, joining only 33 players in conference history .
Was a candidate for the John Wooden and Naismith Player of the Year Awards as a sophomore and junior.
Ranks third on Stanford’s career scoring list with 1,723 points.
Name appears in the Cardinal record book 49 times.


AT STANFORD
As a junior, became Stanford’s first Pac-10 scoring champ since 1983-84 (Keith Jones).
Averaged 23.1 points in conference games.
Led team in scoring 20 times.
Scored in double figures in all but three games.
Led the Cardinal in assists (3.5 apg).
Named Second Team All-America by the USBWA, Third Team by Basketball News and Fourth Team by Basketball America.
Scored a career-high 49 points vs. Arizona State, the second-highest total in school history behind Hank Luisetti, who scored 50 in 1938 against Duquesne.
Became only the sixth player in school history to score 40 points in a game.
Scored 41 points in an overtime victory over Oregon.
Recorded his first collegiate double-double with 26 points and 12 rebounds vs. Purdue.
Averaged 35.3 minutes, the highest since Adam Keefe in 1991-92 (37.2 mpg).

As a sophomore, also named First Team All-America by The Sporting News, USBWA and the John Wooden Team.
Named Second Team All-America by ESPN.com, NABC and Basketball Times.
One of 15 finalists for the Naismith Player of the Year.
Co-Winner of the ESPN The Magazine Shooter of the Year, along with North Carolina’s Joe Forte.
Ranked third in the Pac-10 in scoring (18.1 ppg).
Hit a school record 84 three-pointers.
Led the team in scoring 20 times, scoring in double figures 33 times.
Shot .472 from three-point range, second-best in Pac-10 and fourth in the nation.
Hit at least one three-pointer in 33 games.
Scored a season-high 27 points against Cincinnati in the NCAA Tournament.

As a freshman, named Pac-10 Co-Freshman of the Year, along with UCLA’s Jason Kapono.
Named The Sporting News Freshman of the Year, First Team All-Pac-10, First Team Freshman All-America by Basketball Times, NABC District 14 First Team.
Became the first Stanford freshman since Todd Lichti in 1985-86 to lead the team in scoring (14.5 ppg).
Scored in double figures 24 times.
Led the team and set a freshman record with 74 three-pointers.
Shot .435 from three-point range, third in Pac-10.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1999-00 31 18 139 298 .466 97 136 .713 61 70 14 1 449 14.5
2000-01 34 34 203 400 .508 126 155 .813 108 78 18 3 616 18.1
2001-02 30 30 205 465 .441 184 237 .776 90 106 18 3 658 21.9
TOTALS 95 82 547 1163 .470 407 528 .771 259 254 50 7 1723 18.1
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 74-for-170 (.435); 2000-01, 84-for-178 (.472); 2001-02, 64-for-172 (.372). Totals: 222-for-520 (.427).