Full Name:
Kristoffer Douglas Lang
Position:
Forward/Center
College:
North Carolina
Height:
6-11
Weight:
247
High School:
Hunter Huss HS (Gastonia, N.C.)
Birthdate:
December 12, 1979
Birthplace:
Gastonia, N.C.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
A four-year starter at North Carolina, one of only nine such players at North Carolina since freshman became eligible for the 1972-73 season.
Started on the 2000 team that reached the NCAA Final Four.
Finished as the 28th-leading scorer in UNC history with 1,392 points, trailing former teammate Brendan Haywood (Washington Wizards, 1,411 points).
Shot better than 50 percent from the field in each of his four collegiate seasons.
Was the fourth player to have been named Mr. Basketball in North Carolina to go on to play for the Tar Heels, joining Antawn Jamison (Golden State Warriors), Donald Williams and Henrik Rodl.


AT NORTH CAROLINA
As a senior, was second on team in scoring (14 ppg), rebounding (6.0 rpg) and field goal percentage (50.2%) and led team with 34 blocked shots.
Scored a career-high 27 points on 11-of-16 shooting vs. Indiana.
Matched his career-high with 27 points (11-of-15 shooting) and added eight rebounds vs. North Carolina State.
Scored in double figures in 19 of 26 games played.
Missed two games in December with strained knee ligament.

As a junior, teamed with Brendan Haywood to give North Carolina one of the top big men combinations in the nation.
Helped North Carolina to NCAA Tournament for third consecutive season.
Was third on team in rebounding (5.7 rpg) and fourth in scoring (11.3 ppg).
Scored season-high 22 points twice, vs. Michigan State and Buffalo.
Posted double-doubles against Miami (17 points, 10 rebounds) and at Georgia Tech (18 points, 12 rebounds).
Made seven of eight shots and scored 16 points in ACC Tournament win over Clemson.
Scored 12 points in NCAA Tournament vs. Penn State.

As a sophomore, battled through injury and illness to play in 35 of 36 games.
Averaged 8.4 points and 4.3 rebounds.
Earned tourney MVP honors at Food Lion Classic with 15 points against Charleston and 16 vs. UNLV.
Tallied 14 points and 11 rebounds vs. Wake Forest.
Posted 11 points and seven rebounds in NCAA Tournament win over Missouri.
Sprained right knee caused him to miss Tennessee Tech game.

As a freshman, selected to the ACC All-Freshman Team after averaging 10.6 points and 5.4 rebounds.
Scored in double figures in 18 games.
Shot a career-best 57.8 percent from the field.
Scored season-high 21 points in a win over Georgia in the Preseason NIT.
Matched season-high with 21 points and added six rebounds in win over Florida State.
Made six of nine shots and scored 12 points in ACC Tournament final loss to Duke.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 34 32 148 256 .578 63 94 .670 182 16 22 16 359 10.6
1999-00 35 24 122 240 .508 51 78 .654 151 10 19 21 295 8.4
2000-01 33 28 160 291 .550 53 102 .520 188 23 18 22 373 11.3
2001-02 26 25 146 291 .502 73 113 .646 157 24 22 34 365 14.0
TOTALS 128 109 576 1078 .534 240 387 .620 678 73 81 93 1392 10.9
Three-point field goals: 0-for-1 (.000).