ACC Basketball Standings and Stats


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Four ACC teams - Duke (#1), Maryland (#3), Virginia (#13) and Wake Forest (#17) ranked in Coaches' poll ... Virginia hosts North Carolina in lone Tuesday action ... Duke has three of the league's top five scorers ... Maryland's Juan Dixon has scored in double figures 40 games in a row ... Virginia's Travis Watson is the only player in the ACC averaging a "double-doubles" ... Watson has a league-high 14 "double-doubles" while Wake Forest's Darius Songaila is second with 11 ... Maryland's Juan Dixon third on ACC's all-time steal list (312) ... Tech's Tony Akins 7th on career 3-point field goal list (278).


NOTING THE ACC:


CLEMSON - ... Guard Edward Scott has handed out eight or more assists in seven straight games and leads the ACC in assists (7.9) and is bidding to become the first Clemson player to lead the ACC in assists ... after scoring only 17 points in his previous nine games, freshman Chey Christie came off the bench to score 14 points in Sunday's 85-71 loss at eighth-ranked Virginia ... Jamar McKinght leads the team in scoring (13.4) and has scored 10 or more points in 11 straight games ... Clemson leads the ACC in rebound margin (+6.7).


DUKE - Jason Williams leads the ACC in scoring (21.5) and has 14 games with 20 or more points ... three Blue Devils rank in the top five ACC scoring leaders - Williams, Mike Dunleavy (18.1-4th), Carlos Boozer
(17.7-5th) ... Dunleavy ranks among league leaders in scoring, rebounding (7.0-9th), field goal percentage (.507-7th), steals (2.5-2nd) and three-point FG percentage (.401-3rd) ... over his last four games, Chris Duhon is averaging 12.8 points, 6.8 assists and4.5 rebounds ... Dahntay Jones has scored 12 or more points in seven straight games and is averaging 16.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per game over that span ... Carlos Boozer has scored in double figures 22 straight games; leads the ACC in FG percentage (.607).


FLORIDA STATE - Delvon Arrington scored a season-high 19 points in Sunday's 76-67 loss to NC State ... Arrington has scored 10 or more in eight of his last 10 games and is averaging 11.0 points per game and is third in the ACC in assists (6.5) ... Arrington is tied with Keith Gatlin (Maryland, '84-88) for 14th on the ACC's career assist list with 649 assists ... nine different players have started at least one game this season ... freshman Trevor Harvey is averaging 4.2 points and 3.1 rebounds while shooting .537 from the floor.


GEORGIA TECH - Yellow Jacket freshmen and sophomores have combined to average 79 percent of the team's scoring and 89 percent of the team's rebounds ... senior Tony Akins has eight games of 20 or more points and is eighth in the ACC in scoring (15.9) and fifth in assists (5.6); is seventh on the ACC's career 3-point FG list (278) ... Ed Nelson leads all ACC freshmen and is 10th in the ACC in rebounds per game (6.8) ... over his last four games, freshman Luke Schenscher is averaging 6.8 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.3 blocks per game while shooting.611 (11x18) from the floor.


MARYLAND - Maryland's 92-77 win over North Carolina Sunday was the six in a row for the Terps and ran their league mark to 9-1 for only the second time in school history ... Maryland started the 1979-80 season 9-1 in league play en route to the regular season title at 11-3 ... Terps have won 14 in a row at home ... Juan Dixon is third on the ACC's career steal list with 312 career steals ... Dixon has scored 10 or more points in a league-high 40 straight games and in 88 of his last 93 games ... Dixon is second in the ACC in scoring (19.4) and first in steals
(3.23) ... Dixon is 39 points shy of becoming the first player in NCAA history to have 2,000 career points and 300 career steals ... over his last four games, Byron Mouton is averaging 17.0 points and 6.0 rebounds while hitting on .585 from the floor (24x41) ...point guard Steve Blake is 18th on the ACC's all-time assist list (628) ... Maryland lead the ACC in three-point field goal percentage (.386) despite attempting less three-point field goals (16.4) than any other ACC team except Virginia (15.7).


NORTH CAROLINA - In Sunday's loss to third-ranked Maryland, freshman Jawad Williams totaled career-highs in points (21), rebounds (11) and assists (5) ... Williams is third on the team, and second among ACC freshmen in scoring (9.8) ... since the fourth game of the season, Williams is shooting .510 from the floor (76x149) ... over his last four games, sophomore Brian Morrison is averaging 12.8 points per game ... over his last five games Adam Boone is averaging 10.2 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists ... Brian Bersticker is shooting .567 from the floor (38-x67) and is second with 15 blocked shots.


NC STATE - Senior Anthony Grundy leads the team in scoring (16.7), rebounding (5.6), assists (3.7) and steals (2.4) ... over his last eight games, Grundy is averaging 20.9 points, 6.5 rebounds and 4.4 assists ... Julius Hodge is the only freshman in the ACC to be averaging in double figures at 10.5 points per game ... Hodge is also second among ACC freshmen in rebounds (4.6), third in steals (0.9) and fourth in assists (2.0) ... over his last two games, Scooter Sherrill is averaging 18.0 points per game ... NC State's 54 starts by freshman is the most in the ACC this season and already the second-highest total in the ACC over the past three seasons.


VIRGINIA - Junior Travis Watson, at 13.8 points and 10.5 rebounds per game, is the only player in the ACC averaging a "double-double" on the season ... Watson leads the ACC with 14 "double-doubles" this season and is bidding to become the first Virginia player to lead the ACC in rebounding since Ralph Sampson did so in 1983 ... Watson also leads the ACC in offensive rebounds (3.9) ... junior Roger Mason scored a game-high 23 points in Sunday's 85-71 win over Clemson and extended his double-figure scoring streak to 32 consecutive games ... freshman Jason Clark is fourth in the ACC in blocked shots per game (1.6).


WAKE FOREST - Darius Songaila has scored 10 or more points in all but one game this year and leads the team in scoring (16.8) and in rebounding (8.1) ... Songaila is second in the ACC with 11 "double-doubles" ... Songaila moved into 12th on Wake's all-time scoring list with 1,654 points and ninth in career rebounds (732) ... Josh Howard missed Saturday's game with Cincinnati due to a sprained ankle ... Howard has scored 10 or more points in 14 of his last 15 games ... Howard is 11th in the ACC in scoring (14.9), seventh in rebounds (7.8), eighth in steals (1.7) , fourth in field goal percentage (.521) and second in offensive rebounds (3.6) ... over his last three games, Broderick Hicks is averaging 19.0 points per game while shooting .607 from floor and .823 from the free throw line (19x23) ... in that three-game span, Hicks has raised his scoring average from 8.0 to 9.4 points per game.


2001-02 Atlantic Coast Conference - Men's Conference Standings
Through games of Feb 11, 2002 (All games)

                      |------CONFERENCE-------| |--------OVERALL--------|
STANDINGS              W-L     Pct    PF    PA   W-L     Pct    PF    PA
---------              ---     ---    --    --   ---     ---    --    --
Duke................  10-1    .909  91.6  71.8  22-1    .957  91.1  70.9
Maryland............   9-1    .900  89.4  78.3  19-3    .864  83.5  70.0
Wake Forest.........   7-3    .700  83.8  76.4  17-7    .708  81.1  73.5
NC State............   7-4    .636  76.0  72.6  18-6    .750  75.0  64.1
Virginia............   5-5    .500  76.4  77.0  15-6    .714  81.3  70.9
Florida State.......   3-8    .273  67.2  79.7  10-12   .455  71.0  70.6
Georgia Tech........   3-8    .273  75.4  78.8  10-14   .417  76.6  77.7
Clemson.............   2-9    .182  72.4  82.8  11-13   .458  73.7  73.2
North Carolina......   2-9    .182  71.2  84.2   6-15   .286  71.3  77.9


ACC STATISTICS:

SCORING OFFENSE
# Team                  G   W-L   Pts Avg/G
-------------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23  22-1  2096  91.1
2.Maryland............ 22  19-3  1838  83.5
3.Virginia............ 21  15-6  1708  81.3
4.Wake Forest......... 24  17-7  1946  81.1
5.Georgia Tech........ 24  10-14 1839  76.6
6.NC State............ 24  18-6  1801  75.0
7.Clemson............. 24  11-13 1768  73.7
8.North Carolina...... 21   6-15 1498  71.3
9.Florida State....... 22  10-12 1562  71.0


SCORING DEFENSE
# Team                  G   Pts Avg/G
-------------------------------------
1.NC State............ 24  1538  64.1
2.Maryland............ 22  1540  70.0
3.Florida State....... 22  1553  70.6
4.Virginia............ 21  1489  70.9
5.Duke................ 23  1631  70.9
6.Clemson............. 24  1758  73.2
7.Wake Forest......... 24  1763  73.5
8.Georgia Tech........ 24  1865  77.7
9.North Carolina...... 21  1635  77.9

SCORING MARGIN
# Team                  G    OFF   DEF Margin
---------------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23   91.1  70.9  +20.2
2.Maryland............ 22   83.5  70.0  +13.5
3.NC State............ 24   75.0  64.1  +11.0
4.Virginia............ 21   81.3  70.9  +10.4
5.Wake Forest......... 24   81.1  73.5   +7.6
6.Clemson............. 24   73.7  73.2   +0.4
7.Florida State....... 22   71.0  70.6   +0.4
8.Georgia Tech........ 24   76.6  77.7   -1.1
9.North Carolina...... 21   71.3  77.9   -6.5


FREE THROW PERCENTAGES
# Team                  G    FTM   FTA   Pct
--------------------------------------------
1.NC State............ 24    387   514  .753
2.Wake Forest......... 24    388   521  .745
3.Virginia............ 21    393   543  .724
4.Maryland............ 22    401   584  .687
5.Georgia Tech........ 24    341   499  .683
6.Duke................ 23    450   660  .682
7.North Carolina...... 21    269   406  .663
8.Florida State....... 22    266   411  .647
9.Clemson............. 24    336   532  .632

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES
# Team                  G     FG   FGA   Pct
--------------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23    720  1473  .489
2.Wake Forest......... 24    699  1468  .476
3.Maryland............ 22    649  1373  .473
4.Virginia............ 21    602  1290  .467
5.NC State............ 24    612  1359  .450
6.Clemson............. 24    646  1471  .439
7.Florida State....... 22    582  1346  .432
8.North Carolina...... 21    534  1248  .428
9.Georgia Tech........ 24    650  1526  .426


FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE
# Team                  G     FG   FGA   Pct
--------------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22    560  1413  .396
2.Virginia............ 21    545  1319  .413
3.NC State............ 24    531  1258  .422
4.Duke................ 23    608  1437  .423
5.Wake Forest......... 24    630  1482  .425
6.Florida State....... 22    542  1269  .427
7.Clemson............. 24    614  1433  .428
8.North Carolina...... 21    600  1347  .445
9.Georgia Tech........ 24    625  1393  .449

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES
# Team                  G     FG   FGA   Pct
--------------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22    139   360  .386
2.Georgia Tech........ 24    198   526  .376
3.Duke................ 23    206   550  .375
4.Wake Forest......... 24    160   457  .350
5.North Carolina...... 21    161   467  .345
6.NC State............ 24    190   559  .340
7.Virginia............ 21    111   329  .337
8.Florida State....... 22    132   392  .337
9.Clemson............. 24    140   451  .310


3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE
# Team                  G     FG   FGA   Pct
--------------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22    128   417  .307
2.NC State............ 24    119   385  .309
3.Virginia............ 21    128   401  .319
4.Duke................ 23    122   382  .319
5.Wake Forest......... 24    161   470  .343
6.Clemson............. 24    200   563  .355
7.Florida State....... 22    163   457  .357
8.North Carolina...... 21    160   445  .360
9.Georgia Tech........ 24    193   535  .361

REBOUNDING OFFENSE
# Team                  G   Reb Avg/G
-------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22   923  42.0
2.Clemson............. 24  1002  41.8
3.Virginia............ 21   868  41.3
4.Georgia Tech........ 24   940  39.2
  Wake Forest......... 24   940  39.2
6.Florida State....... 22   854  38.8
7.Duke................ 23   880  38.3
8.North Carolina...... 21   752  35.8
9.NC State............ 24   808  33.7


REBOUNDING DEFENSE
# Team                  G   Reb Avg/G
-------------------------------------
1.NC State............ 24   800  33.3
2.Virginia............ 21   729  34.7
3.Clemson............. 24   842  35.1
  Wake Forest......... 24   842  35.1
5.Florida State....... 22   772  35.1
6.Georgia Tech........ 24   884  36.8
7.Duke................ 23   851  37.0
8.Maryland............ 22   842  38.3
9.North Carolina...... 21   806  38.4


REBOUNDING MARGIN
# Team                  G  TEAM   Avg  OPP   Avg Margin
-------------------------------------------------------
1.Clemson............. 24  1002  41.8  842  35.1   +6.7
2.Virginia............ 21   868  41.3  729  34.7   +6.6
3.Wake Forest......... 24   940  39.2  842  35.1   +4.1
4.Florida State....... 22   854  38.8  772  35.1   +3.7
5.Maryland............ 22   923  42.0  842  38.3   +3.7
6.Georgia Tech........ 24   940  39.2  884  36.8   +2.3
7.Duke................ 23   880  38.3  851  37.0   +1.3
8.NC State............ 24   808  33.7  800  33.3   +0.3
9.North Carolina...... 21   752  35.8  806  38.4   -2.6


BLOCKED SHOTS
# Team                  G  Blocks  Avg/G
----------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22     141   6.41
2.Virginia............ 21     108   5.14
3.Wake Forest......... 24     121   5.04
4.Florida State....... 22      85   3.86
5.Clemson............. 24      89   3.71
6.North Carolina...... 21      76   3.62
7.Georgia Tech........ 24      76   3.17
8.Duke................ 23      69   3.00
9.NC State............ 24      60   2.50

ASSISTS
# Team                  G  Assists  Avg/G
-----------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22      432  19.64
2.Duke................ 23      412  17.91
3.North Carolina...... 21      361  17.19
4.NC State............ 24      387  16.12
5.Wake Forest......... 24      382  15.92
6.Georgia Tech........ 24      368  15.33
7.Virginia............ 21      309  14.71
8.Clemson............. 24      347  14.46
9.Florida State....... 22      298  13.55


STEALS
# Team                  G  Steals  Avg/G
----------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23     232  10.09
2.Georgia Tech........ 24     214   8.92
3.Maryland............ 22     184   8.36
4.NC State............ 24     197   8.21
5.Florida State....... 22     168   7.64
6.Clemson............. 24     178   7.42
7.Wake Forest......... 24     168   7.00
8.Virginia............ 21     136   6.48
9.North Carolina...... 21     127   6.05

TURNOVER MARGIN
# Team                  G  TEAM   Avg  OPP   Avg Margin
-------------------------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23   328  14.3  470  20.4  +6.17
2.NC State............ 24   316  13.2  416  17.3  +4.17
3.Maryland............ 22   306  13.9  337  15.3  +1.41
4.Georgia Tech........ 24   383  16.0  398  16.6  +0.63
5.Florida State....... 22   362  16.5  369  16.8  +0.32
6.Wake Forest......... 24   361  15.0  362  15.1  +0.04
7.Virginia............ 21   340  16.2  334  15.9  -0.29
8.Clemson............. 24   390  16.2  345  14.4  -1.88
9.North Carolina...... 21   351  16.7  270  12.9  -3.86


ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO
# Team                  G  Asst   Avg Turn   Avg  Ratio
-------------------------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22   432  19.6  306  13.9   1.41
2.Duke................ 23   412  17.9  328  14.3   1.26
3.NC State............ 24   387  16.1  316  13.2   1.22
4.Wake Forest......... 24   382  15.9  361  15.0   1.06
5.North Carolina...... 21   361  17.2  351  16.7   1.03
6.Georgia Tech........ 24   368  15.3  383  16.0   0.96
7.Virginia............ 21   309  14.7  340  16.2   0.91
8.Clemson............. 24   347  14.5  390  16.2   0.89
9.Florida State....... 22   298  13.5  362  16.5   0.82

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
# Team                  G   No.  Avg/G
--------------------------------------
1.Clemson............. 24   370  15.42
2.Florida State....... 22   334  15.18
3.Virginia............ 21   314  14.95
4.Georgia Tech........ 24   353  14.71
5.Maryland............ 22   302  13.73
6.Wake Forest......... 24   325  13.54
7.Duke................ 23   286  12.43
8.North Carolina...... 21   241  11.48
9.NC State............ 24   254  10.58


DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
# Team                  G   No.  Avg/G
--------------------------------------
1.Maryland............ 22   621  28.23
2.Virginia............ 21   554  26.38
3.Clemson............. 24   632  26.33
4.Duke................ 23   594  25.83
5.Wake Forest......... 24   615  25.62
6.Georgia Tech........ 24   587  24.46
7.North Carolina...... 21   511  24.33
8.Florida State....... 22   520  23.64
9.NC State............ 24   554  23.08

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
# Team                  G   3FG  Avg/G
--------------------------------------
1.Duke................ 23   206   8.96
2.Georgia Tech........ 24   198   8.25
3.NC State............ 24   190   7.92
4.North Carolina...... 21   161   7.67
5.Wake Forest......... 24   160   6.67
6.Maryland............ 22   139   6.32
7.Florida State....... 22   132   6.00
8.Clemson............. 24   140   5.83
9.Virginia............ 21   111   5.29

TEAM SUMMARIES
Team                  G    PF-PA    Avg Score  Margin   FG-FGA    Pct  3FG-FGA    Pct   FT-FTA    Pct RebF RebA Margin
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Clemson............. 24  1768-1758  73.7-73.2    +0.4  646-1471  .439  140-451   .310  336-532   .632 1002  842   +6.7
Duke................ 23  2096-1631  91.1-70.9   +20.2  720-1473  .489  206-550   .375  450-660   .682  880  851   +1.3
Florida State....... 22  1562-1553  71.0-70.6    +0.4  582-1346  .432  132-392   .337  266-411   .647  854  772   +3.7
Georgia Tech........ 24  1839-1865  76.6-77.7    -1.1  650-1526  .426  198-526   .376  341-499   .683  940  884   +2.3
Maryland............ 22  1838-1540  83.5-70.0   +13.5  649-1373  .473  139-360   .386  401-584   .687  923  842   +3.7
NC State............ 24  1801-1538  75.0-64.1   +11.0  612-1359  .450  190-559   .340  387-514   .753  808  800   +0.3
North Carolina...... 21  1498-1635  71.3-77.9    -6.5  534-1248  .428  161-467   .345  269-406   .663  752  806   -2.6
Virginia............ 21  1708-1489  81.3-70.9   +10.4  602-1290  .467  111-329   .337  393-543   .724  868  729   +6.6
Wake Forest......... 24  1946-1763  81.1-73.5    +7.6  699-1468  .476  160-457   .350  388-521   .745  940  842   +4.1

ATTENDANCE
Team                 | HOME GAMES  Avg | AWAY GAMES  Avg | NEUT GAMES  Avg | ALL GAMES   Avg |
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Clemson              | 13-106800  8215 |  7-62483   8926 |  4-7844    1961 | 24-177127  7380 |
Duke                 | 10-93140   9314 |  7-71831  10262 |  6-56578   9430 | 23-221549  9633 |
Florida State        | 13-63057   4851 |  9-83879   9320 |  0-0          0 | 22-146936  6679 |
Georgia Tech         | 13-83525   6425 |  6-72644  12107 |  5-13260   2652 | 24-169429  7060 |
Maryland             | 11-154495 14045 |  7-87553  12508 |  4-56692  14173 | 22-298740 13579 |
NC State             | 16-205928 12870 |  8-97492  12186 |  0-0          0 | 24-303420 12642 |
North Carolina       | 14-194856 13918 |  7-85276  12182 |  0-0          0 | 21-280132 13340 |
Virginia             | 13-104514  8040 |  7-91834  13119 |  1-8178    8178 | 21-204526  9739 |
Wake Forest          | 13-132925 10225 |  9-113150 12572 |  2-14728   7364 | 24-260803 10867 |
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Totals               | 116-1139240 9821 | 67-766142 11435 | 22-157280  7149 | 157-1522702 9699 |

SCORING
## Player-Team               Cl  G   FG  3FG   FT  Pts Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------------
 1.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23  162   72   99  495  21.5
 2.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22  142   57   86  427  19.4
 3.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21  115   56   96  382  18.2
 4.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23  150   61   56  417  18.1
 5.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23  139    0  129  407  17.7
 6.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24  130    4  138  402  16.8
 7.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24  146   32   77  401  16.7
 8.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24  128   75   50  381  15.9
 9.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21  113    0   92  318  15.1
10.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18   87   27   68  269  14.9
11.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23  134   22   52  342  14.9
12.Monte Cummings-FS........ SR 21  116   11   60  303  14.4
13.Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21  104   18   69  295  14.0
14.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19  105    0   54  264  13.9
15.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20  102    2   70  276  13.8
16.Jamar McKnight-CU........ SR 22  112   41   30  295  13.4
17.Dahntay Jones-DU......... JR 23  108   11   59  286  12.4
18.Marvin Lewis-GT.......... SO 24   94   44   60  292  12.2
19.Chris Hobbs-CU........... SO 24  101    0   82  284  11.8
20.Byron Mouton-MD.......... SR 22   90   11   57  248  11.3
21.Delvon Arrington-FS...... SR 22   85   29   43  242  11.0
22.Craig Dawson-WF.......... SR 24   93   62   14  262  10.9
23.Tony Stockman-CU......... SO 22   83   59   15  240  10.9
24.Chris Wilcox-MD.......... SO 22   99    0   41  239  10.9
25.Antwan Scott-WF.......... SR 24   99    1   56  255  10.6
26.Julius Hodge-ST.......... FR 23   77   27   61  242  10.5
27.Edward Scott-CU.......... JR 24   93   18   38  242  10.1
28.Chris Duhon-DU........... SO 23   72   41   43  228   9.9
29.Jawad Williams-NC........ FR 21   80   15   31  206   9.8
30.Antwuan Dixon-FS......... SR 22   78   34   24  214   9.7


REBOUNDING
## Player-Team               Cl  G  OFF  DEF  TOT Avg/G
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 1.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20   78  132  210  10.5
 2.Ray Henderson-CU......... JR 24   66  149  215   9.0
 3.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18   52  108  160   8.9
 4.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23   70  123  193   8.4
 5.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21   56  117  173   8.2
 6.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24   54  141  195   8.1
 7.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23   82   98  180   7.8
 8.Chris Wilcox-MD.......... SO 22   64  101  165   7.5
 9.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23   28  134  162   7.0
10.Ed Nelson-GT............. FR 24   59  105  164   6.8
11.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19   38   87  125   6.6
12.Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21   40   96  136   6.5
13.Chris Hobbs-CU........... SO 24   57   86  143   6.0
14.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24   42   92  134   5.6
15.Nigel Dixon-FS........... JR 21   53   62  115   5.5
16.Clarence Moore-GT........ SO 24   52   79  131   5.5
17.Marcus Melvin-ST......... SO 24   27   96  123   5.1
18.Robert Brooks-GT......... SO 24   48   69  117   4.9
19.Thomas Nagys-CU.......... JR 24   43   73  116   4.8
20.Edward Scott-CU.......... JR 24   31   84  115   4.8

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 5.0 made per game)
## Player-Team               Cl  G    FG   FGA   Pct
----------------------------------------------------
 1.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23   139   229  .607
 2.Monte Cummings-FS........ SR 21   116   214  .542
 3.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21   113   212  .533
 4.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23   134   257  .521
 5.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20   102   200  .510
 6.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24   130   256  .508
 7.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23   150   296  .507
 8.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19   105   211  .498
 9.Jamar McKnight-CU........ SR 22   112   233  .481
10.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24   146   310  .471
11.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23   162   350  .463
12.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22   142   313  .454
13.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24   128   308  .416
14.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21   115   281  .409


ASSISTS
## Player-Team               Cl  G Assists  Avg/G
-------------------------------------------------
 1.Edward Scott-CU.......... JR 24     189   7.88
 2.Steve Blake-MD........... JR 22     163   7.41
 3.Delvon Arrington-FS...... SR 22     143   6.50
 4.Chris Duhon-DU........... SO 23     143   6.22
 5.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24     134   5.58
 6.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23     124   5.39
 7.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21      95   4.52
 8.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24      89   3.71
 9.Archie Miller-ST......... SR 24      78   3.25
10.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18      56   3.11
11.Broderick Hicks-WF....... SR 24      72   3.00
12.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22      64   2.91
13.Brian Morrison-NC........ SO 21      59   2.81
14.Craig Dawson-WF.......... SR 24      63   2.62
15.Adam Boone-NC............ SO 21      55   2.62
   Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21      55   2.62

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.5 made per game)
## Player-Team               Cl  G   FTM   FTA   Pct
----------------------------------------------------
 1.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21    96   106  .906
 2.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22    86    95  .905
 3.Marvin Lewis-GT.......... SO 24    60    68  .882
 4.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24   138   162  .852
 5.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18    68    87  .782
 6.Julius Hodge-ST.......... FR 23    61    79  .772
 7.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23   129   168  .768
 8.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24    77   101  .762
 9.Dahntay Jones-DU......... JR 23    59    78  .756
10.Monte Cummings-FS........ SR 21    60    81  .741
11.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20    70    98  .714
12.Byron Mouton-MD.......... SR 22    57    82  .695
13.Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21    69   104  .663
14.Chris Hobbs-CU........... SO 24    82   124  .661
15.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19    54    82  .659


STEALS
## Player-Team               Cl  G Steals  Avg/G
------------------------------------------------
 1.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22     71   3.23
 2.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23     57   2.48
   Chris Duhon-DU........... SO 23     57   2.48
 4.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24     57   2.38
 5.Delvon Arrington-FS...... SR 22     45   2.05
 6.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23     46   2.00
 7.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24     44   1.83
 8.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23     39   1.70
 9.Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21     33   1.57
10.Marvin Lewis-GT.......... SO 24     34   1.42
11.Edward Scott-CU.......... JR 24     33   1.38
   Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24     33   1.38
13.Clarence Moore-GT........ SO 24     32   1.33
   Archie Miller-ST......... SR 24     32   1.33
15.Steve Blake-MD........... JR 22     28   1.27

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game)
## Player-Team               Cl  G   3FG   FGA   Pct
----------------------------------------------------
 1.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24    75   185  .405
 2.Craig Dawson-WF.......... SR 24    62   154  .403
 3.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23    61   152  .401
 4.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22    57   143  .399
 5.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23    72   181  .398
 6.Archie Miller-ST......... SR 24    49   127  .386
 7.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21    56   151  .371
 8.Tony Stockman-CU......... SO 22    59   167  .353


3-POINT FG MADE
## Player-Team               Cl  G  3FG  Avg/G
----------------------------------------------
 1.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23   72   3.13
 2.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24   75   3.12
 3.Tony Stockman-CU......... SO 22   59   2.68
 4.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21   56   2.67
 5.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23   61   2.65
 6.Juan Dixon-MD............ SR 22   57   2.59
 7.Craig Dawson-WF.......... SR 24   62   2.58
 8.Archie Miller-ST......... SR 24   49   2.04
 9.Jamar McKnight-CU........ SR 22   41   1.86
10.Brian Morrison-NC........ SO 21   39   1.86
11.Marvin Lewis-GT.......... SO 24   44   1.83
12.Chris Duhon-DU........... SO 23   41   1.78
13.Antwuan Dixon-FS......... SR 22   34   1.55
14.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18   27   1.50
15.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24   32   1.33

BLOCKED SHOTS
## Player-Team               Cl  G Blocks  Avg/G
------------------------------------------------
 1.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21     38   1.81
 2.Antwan Scott-WF.......... SR 24     41   1.71
 3.Chris Wilcox-MD.......... SO 22     35   1.59
 4.Jason Clark-VA........... FR 20     31   1.55
 5.Mike Mathews-FS.......... JR 22     31   1.41
 6.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19     25   1.32
 7.Tahj Holden-MD........... JR 22     28   1.27
 8.Ray Henderson-CU......... JR 24     29   1.21
 9.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20     21   1.05
10.Trevor Harvey-FS......... JR 21     22   1.05
11.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23     24   1.04
12.Josh Powell-ST........... FR 24     24   1.00
13.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24     23   0.96
14.Sharrod Ford-CU.......... FR 24     22   0.92
15.J.C. Mathis-VA........... SO 21     15   0.71
   Brian Bersticker-NC...... SR 21     15   0.71


ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game)
## Player-Team               Cl  G Asst   Avg Turn   Avg  Ratio
---------------------------------------------------------------
 1.Archie Miller-ST......... SR 24   78   3.2   30   1.2   2.60
 2.Edward Scott-CU.......... JR 24  189   7.9   83   3.5   2.28
 3.Steve Blake-MD........... JR 22  163   7.4   74   3.4   2.20
 4.Chris Duhon-DU........... SO 23  143   6.2   65   2.8   2.20
 5.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24   89   3.7   49   2.0   1.82
 6.Delvon Arrington-FS...... SR 22  143   6.5   85   3.9   1.68
 7.Tony Akins-GT............ SR 24  134   5.6   82   3.4   1.63
 8.Roger Mason, Jr-VA....... JR 21   95   4.5   62   3.0   1.53
 9.Jason Williams-DU........ JR 23  124   5.4   88   3.8   1.41
10.Broderick Hicks-WF....... SR 24   72   3.0   57   2.4   1.26
11.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18   56   3.1   51   2.8   1.10

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS
## Player-Team               Cl  G  No.  Avg/G
----------------------------------------------
 1.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20   78   3.90
 2.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23   82   3.57
 3.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23   70   3.04
 4.Chris Wilcox-MD.......... SO 22   64   2.91
 5.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18   52   2.89
 6.Ray Henderson-CU......... JR 24   66   2.75
 7.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21   56   2.67
 8.Nigel Dixon-FS........... JR 21   53   2.52
 9.Ed Nelson-GT............. FR 24   59   2.46
10.Byron Mouton-MD.......... SR 22   53   2.41
11.Chris Hobbs-CU........... SO 24   57   2.38
12.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24   54   2.25
13.Michael Joiner-FS........ SO 22   49   2.23
14.Clarence Moore-GT........ SO 24   52   2.17
15.J.C. Mathis-VA........... SO 21   45   2.14


DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS
## Player-Team               Cl  G  No.  Avg/G
----------------------------------------------
 1.Travis Watson-VA......... JR 20  132   6.60
 2.Ray Henderson-CU......... JR 24  149   6.21
 3.Jason Capel-NC........... SR 18  108   6.00
 4.Darius Songaila-WF....... SR 24  141   5.88
 5.Mike Dunleavy-DU......... JR 23  134   5.83
 6.Lonny Baxter-MD.......... SR 21  117   5.57
 7.Carlos Boozer-DU......... JR 23  123   5.35
 8.Chris Wilcox-MD.......... SO 22  101   4.59
 9.Kris Lang-NC............. SR 19   87   4.58
10.Chris Williams-VA........ SR 21   96   4.57
11.Ed Nelson-GT............. FR 24  105   4.38
12.Josh Howard-WF........... JR 23   98   4.26
13.Marcus Melvin-ST......... SO 24   96   4.00
14.Anthony Grundy-ST........ SR 24   92   3.83
15.Chris Hobbs-CU........... SO 24   86   3.58

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