Career Highlights: Named a Second Team All-American by AP and USBWA as a senior. Also earned First Team John R. Wooden Award All-American mention and First Team All-Pac-10 honors. Finished career in ninth place in NCAA history in career three-point field goal percentage (.458) and tied for 18th in career three-point field goals made (342). Ranks as Arizona's fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,960 career points.
Senior (2004-05): Ranked fourth in the league in scoring (18.4 ppg). Scored over 20 points 15 times and surpassed the 30-point mark in three games. Led the nation in three-point field goal percentage (.504). Paced the Pac-10, ranked fourth nationally, and broke his own school single-season record in free throw percentage (.910). Exploded for a career-high tying 37 points, hitting seven threes vs. Washington in the Pac-10 Tournament Final. Nailed 9-for-14 from three-point range on his way to 31 points vs. Oregon State. Posted 32 points, 24 of which came in the second half, vs. UCLA. Tossed in a team-high 28 points vs. UAB in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Tallied 19 points, including the game-winning shot, and seven assists vs. Oklahoma State in the Sweet Sixteen.
Junior (2003-04): Averaged 16.3 points and 3.0 assists. Erupted for career-high 37 points at Oregon. Sank 7-for-9 threes on his way to 34 points vs. UCLA. Hit seven threes in scoring 27 points vs. Marquette. Scored 26 points at Arizona State and posted 21 points in the rematch. Registered 24 points at Stanford. Recorded 19 points, five rebounds, and four assists at St. Louis. Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10.
Sophomore (2002-03): Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in free throw percentage (.864) and three-point field goal percentage (.444). Scored 20 of his season-high 32 points in the second half at Kansas. Posted 25 points on 9-for-13 shooting at Washington. Sank six threes in registering 20 points at California. Posted 15 points vs. Gonzaga in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Earned Honorable Mention All-Pac 10 honors.
Freshman (2001-02): Led the Pac-10 and ranked fourth nationally in free throw percentage (.904). Set a school record with 39 consecutive free throws made. Scored in double figures 22 times. Set a season-high with 29 points on 9-for-10 shooting vs. USC in the Pac-10 Tournament Finals. Sank five threes on his way to 25 points vs. Pepperdine. Earned Pac-10 All-Tournament honors and was named league Freshman of the Year.
Strengths: Deadeye lefty shooter with deep range. Can also create off the dribble. Delivers in the clutch.
Personal: Majored in Interdisciplinary Studies. Father, Charles, played at Portland State, as did uncles Willie and Tony Stoudamire. Older brother Antoine played at Georgetown and Oregon, and cousin Damon Stoudamire has played in the NBA with Toronto and Portland. Enjoys working out, reading, writing, music, and movies.