Reggie Hamilton Biography
Source:Oakland University athletic website
June 15, 2012
Named Co-Captain ... Became the first-ever NCAA scoring champion in Oakland and Summit League history at 26.2 points per game ... Set a new single-season Summit League scoring record with 942 points ... 2012 Francis Pomeroy Naismith Award winner ... Two-Time All-Summit League first team selection (2010-12) ... Rated as nation's No. 4 point guard by Lindy's Magazine in the preseason ... Lowe's Senior CLASS Award candidate ... Mid-Major All-American ... Bob Cousy Award top 60 candidate for nation's top point guard ... Named to 2011 Summit League All-Tournament Team ... Was the only freshman to be named to The Summit League All-Newcomer Team in 2008 while at UMKC.
Mid-Major All-American ... All-Summit League first team ... NCAA scoring champion (26.2) ... Broke single-season Summit League and OU scoring records (942 points) ... 118 threes made is T-3rd in program history ... 262 free-throws made is a new OU record and T-2nd in the league ledger ... Set a school record with 17 30-point games ... Career-high 41 points scored at Valpo (12/17) finished T6 in the NCAA this season ... Led the league with 2.0 steals per game ... Three-time Summit League Athlete of the Month (Nov., Feb. and March) ... Went over 2,000 points for his career at UMKC (2/23) and ranked 6th all-time in Summit League (2,185) ... Ranks 5th all-time in league history with 548 career assists ... Finished 4th in league history with 534 career free-throws made and 9th with 277 career treys made ... His 18 free-throws made at UMKC (2/23) is T2 in program history and the 22 free-throw attempts is 2nd; T2 in league games only and 5th in all games inside The Summit League record book and attempts was T2 in league games only ... His 15-for-15 performance from the free-throw line vs. Tennessee is second all-time in single-game school history (Tom Eller, 17-17 vs. Edinboro, 11-26-91) ... Went perfect from the free-throw line in 18 games and ranked 18th in the country with a .876 FT percentage (tops in the league) ... Reached double figures in 39 consecutive games ... Scored 20 or more in a league-best 26 games