Full Name:
Chris Tasker Christoffersen
Position:
Center
College:
Oregon
Height:
7-2
Weight:
300
High School:
Nordhoff HS (Ojai, Calif.)
Birthdate:
August 13, 1979
Birthplace:
Roenne, Denmark

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Ranks third in Oregon history in career blocks behind former NBA center Blair Rasmussen (116) and Bob Fife (93).


AT OREGON
Attended Pete Newell Big Manís Camp in summer before senior season and responded with best year of career.
Ranked fifth in Pac-10 in field goal shooting, 10th in blocks (1.1 bpg) and 16th in rebounds (5.4 rpg).
Total of 38 blocked shots is tied for third on schoolís single-season list, and 54.7% field goal shooting is seventh-best mark in Ducks history.
Scored in double figures 11 times. In Oregonís 29-point win over then-No. 13 UCLA, scored 14 points and grabbed career-high 15 boards.
Blocked career-high five shots vs. USC as Oregon clinched share of Pac-10 title.
Amassed seven points, seven boards and four blocks in NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 win over Texas.

As a junior, earned teamís Most Improved Player award.
Reached double digits in points twice, including then-career-best 15 against UCLA (on 4-of-5 from the floor and 7-of-9 from the line).
Also grabbed seven rebounds in that game.
Grabbed then-career-high 12 rebounds in other contest vs. Bruins in then-career-high 22 minutes.

Reached double figures in minutes four times as a sophomore, including conference games vs. Stanford and Arizona State.
In game against Arizona State, grabbed three rebounds and blocked three shots in 10 minutes.
Scored 10 points (on 5-of-6 shooting) in 11 minutes vs. Northern Arizona.
Was a perfect 4-of-4 from the field, tallying 10 points in 12 minutes against St. Martinís.
Shot 71.4 percent from the field for the season.

As a freshman, earned teamís Most Improved Player award.
Played 13 minutes vs. Brigham Young, scoring six points and pulling down two rebounds.
Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds in 12 minutes vs. Wyoming in NIT second-round contest.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 22 0 17 40 .425 8 21 .381 23 0 2 8 42 1.9
1999-00 14 0 15 21 .714 12 26 .462 20 1 0 13 42 3.0
2000-01 22 0 27 67 .403 18 42 .429 55 2 1 16 72 3.3
2001-02 35 35 110 201 .547 66 120 .550 189 12 12 38 286 8.2
TOTALS 93 35 169 329 .514 104 209 .498 287 15 15 75 442 4.8
Three-point field goals: 0-for-0 (.000).