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Prospect Profile:
Taylor Coppenrath

Full Name: Taylor Burton Coppenrath
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-9 / 250
Birthdate: November 8, 1981 (St. Johnsbury, Vt.)
High School: St. Johnsbury Academy (St. Johnsbury, Vt.)
College: Vermont
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Vermont
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 29 29 166 334 .497 141 175 .806 9 25 .360 202 39 33 35 482 16.6
2001-02 30 30 211 457 .462 144 194 .742 38 98 .388 187 37 27 12 604 20.1
2002-03 24 24 203 398 .510 159 212 .750 14 47 .298 173 34 30 15 579 24.1
2003-04 31 31 271 524 .517 226 295 .766 9 33 .273 277 60 38 21 777 25.1
Totals 114 114 851 1713 .496 670 876 .765 70 203 .345 839 170 128 83 2442 21.4

Career Highlights: Led Vermont to three straight America East titles. Finished second on UVM’s career charts for points (2,442) and scoring average (21.4 ppg). Also ranks first all-time for field goals made (851) and fourth for rebounds (839) and blocked shots (83). Joins the late Reggie Lewis as the second player in conference history to earn Player of the Year honors three times. Named America East Player of the Week 14 times during his career to top Vin Baker for the league record.

Senior (2004-05): America East Player of the Year and All-Conference First Team. Named America East Championship Most Outstanding Player after scoring 37 points in championship victory over Northeastern. Scored 16 points to help Vermont top Syracuse in the NCAA First Round, the first NCAA win in school history. Named Associated Press All-America honorable mention for the third straight season. Led America East and ranked second in the nation in scoring (25.1 ppg). Set UVM single-season record with 777 points, and his 25.1 ppg scoring average ranked second all-time. Scored 30-plus points 10 times on the season.

Junior (2003-04): America East Player of the Year and All-Conference First Team selection. Named Most Outstanding Player of the America East Championship after exploding for 43 points against Maine in the title game, a league postseason record. Led America East and finished fifth in the nation in scoring (24.1 ppg). Broke a 62-year-old school record—and tied the conference mark—for field goals in a game on 18-of-23 shooting vs. Northeastern, en route to 41 points. Missed seven games with a wrist injury.

Sophomore (2002-03): America East Player of the Year, the fourth sophomore to earn the award in league history. Named to the America East All-Conference First Team and All-Championship Team. Led America East in scoring (20.1 ppg) and finished eighth in rebounds (187). Scored 20-plus points 13 times and had 25 or more points 10 times on the season. Missed three games in December due to pneumonia.

Freshman (2001-02): America East Rookie of the Year and All-Conference Second Team selection. Led the league in free throws made (141) and finished third in scoring (16.6 ppg), sixth in rebounds (202), third in blocks (35), and fifth in field goal percentage (.497) and free throw percentage (.806).

Strengths: Strong competitor at both ends of the floor. Finds ways to score despite unorthodox shooting style.

Personal: Son of George and Susan Coppenrath of West Barnet, Vt. Majored in secondary education (math).