Full Name:
Gerrod Dewayne Henderson
Position:
Guard
College:
Louisiana Tech
Height:
6-4
Weight:
205
High School:
Haynesville HS (Haynesville, La.)
Birthdate:
October 30, 1978
Birthplace:
Haynesville, La.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Leaves Louisiana Tech as the schoolís all-time leader with 191 steals.
Also leaves the program with more conference wins than any other player in school history (47 wins, .712 winning percentage).
Ranks fifth all-time in scoring (1,829), second in three-point field goals made (209), sixth in assists (367) and sixth in free throw percentage (.808).
Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore.
Named All-Conference three times (twice in the Sun Belt, once in the Western Athletic Conference) while at Louisiana Tech.


AT LOUISIANA TECH
As a senior, finished first on the team in scoring (17.3 ppg) and steals (53) and second in assists (3.5 apg).
Named to the All-WAC First Team.
Named to the NABC District 8 First Team for the second consecutive season.
Helped guide Tech to the postseason (earning an NIT berth) for the first time in 10 seasons.
Named to the All-WAC Defensive Team.
Named Louisiana Sports Writers Associationís Player of the Year.
Scored in double figures 28 times.
Scored 20 or more points 15 times.
Tallied a season-high 28 points and 12 rebounds vs. Fresno State.

As a junior, led Tech and finished first in the Sun Belt in scoring (18.4 ppg, 65th in nation).
Named NABC District 8 First Team.
Scored in double figures 24 times.
Scored 20 or more points 12 times.
Scored 21 points in one half against Nicholls State.
Named SBC Player of the Week and Louisiana Sports Writer Player of the Week twice.
Named to the All-Louisiana First Team.

As a sophomore, led the Sun Belt Conference in scoring (18.4 ppg, 56th in nation).
Named to the All-Louisiana First Team.
Was the lone unanimous choice for All-Sun Belt First Team.
Led the conference in free throw percentage (.813).
Also finished in the top five in all games in three-point percentage (.393), three-point field goals made (68), assists (101) and steals (45).
Scored 20-plus points 13 times and 30-plus three times.
Had a career-high 37 points against Arkansas-Little Rock.
Named to the SBC All-Tournament Team.

As a freshman, appeared in all 28 games, with 15 starts.
Ranked 16th in conference games in scoring (11.4 ppg), sixth in free throw percentage (.776) and ninth in assists (40).

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 28 15 91 242 .376 53 76 .697 94 85 40 3 264 9.4
1999-00 28 28 160 379 .432 126 155 .813 119 101 45 3 514 18.4
2000-01 27 26 156 371 .420 129 154 .838 135 70 53 5 497 18.4
2001-02 32 32 168 445 .378 162 197 .822 162 111 53 3 554 17.3
Totals 115 101 575 1437 .400 470 582 .808 510 367 191 14 1829 15.9
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 29-for-104 (.279); 1999-00, 68-for-173 (.393); 2000-01, 56-for-166 (.337); 2001-02, 56-for-154 (.364). Totals: 209-for-597 (.350).