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Chris Rodgers Biography
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: August 15, 2006
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?* Fiesta Bowl Classic all-Tournament team


General:  Rodgers has the potential to play either guard position or the three spot ... Possesses a strong perimeter game ... Coach Olson has called Rodgers UA’s best defensive player ... Most likely will occupy the sixth-man role for the Wildcats, though team is 8-1 with him in the starting lineup over the last three seasons.


2004-05 (Junior):  Made himself eligible for the 2005 NBA Draft on May 5, but did not sign with an agent ... Formally removed his name from NBA Draft consideration on June 11 ... Posted a team-best 2.30:1 assist:turnover ratio ... Seven times this season Rodgers played 20 or more minutes without a turnover ... Collected an assist and a steal in 14 minutes vs. Illinois in the Chicago Regional final on 3/26 ... Tallied five points to go with two assists and no turnovers vs. Oklahoma State on 3/24 ... Tallied four points, three rebounds and four assists vs. UAB on 3/19 ... Posted his first double-figure game since Feb. 17 (nine games) with 10 points on 3-of-4 shooting vs. Utah State on 3/17 in NCAA Tournament first round ... Played five minutes in Pac-10 Tournament championship game vs. Washington on 3/12 ... Recorded five points and a steal on 3/11 vs. Oregon State  ... Collected five points, a rebound and a steal on 3/10 vs. California ... Posted two points, two rebounds and an assist on 3/5 at Arizona State ... Tallied two boards and a steal on 2/26 at Washington ... Registered two rebounds and two steals on at Washington State on 2/24 ... Collected two assists, a steal and a rebound on 2/20 vs. Oregon State ... Posted a career-high nine assists (no turnovers) on 2/17 vs. Oregon to go with 11 points, three rebounds and three steals ... Tallied two rebounds, an assist and a steal at UCLA on 2/12 ... Grabbed four boards and notched two assists and two steals on 2/10 ... Scored eight of his 13 points in a key first half run on 2/5 vs. Stanford ... Collected five points and four assists on 2/3 vs. California ... DNP vs. Washington State on 1/29 ... Knocked down one trey vs. Washington on 1/27 ... Tallied seven points, three boards and a steal on 1/22 at Oregon State ... Registered four points and two boards on 1/20 at Oregon ... Passed out three assists on 1/15 vs. UCLA ... Hit 8-of-15 shots en route to a career-high 22 points (third career 20-point game) to go with four assists and three rebounds on 1/13 vs. USC ... Posted four assists, no turnovers and two steals in 25 minutes at Stanford on 1/8 ... Collected 10 points, five assists (no turnovers) and a steal in 23 minutes at California on 1/6 ... Collected nine points, four rebounds and two steals vs. Arizona State on 1/2 ... Named to the Fiesta Bowl Classic all-Tournament team after totaling career-high totals of 20 points and seven rebounds on 12/30 vs. Richmond to go with four assists and three steals ... Hit 2-of-3 treys and finished with eight points, two assists and two steals 12/28 vs. Eastern Washington ... Tallied seven points, four assists and four steals in 20 minutes vs. Manhattan on 12/21 ... Stepped into the starting lineup on 12/18 at Marquette and proved to be a difference maker as he tallied season-high totals of 16 points (11 in second half) and six rebounds to go with an assist, two steals and no turnovers in 35 minutes ... Went 4-of-4 from the line in the final 25 seconds on 12/11 vs. Utah and finished with a season-high nine points to go with two boards, three assists and two steals ... Collected five points and a steal on 12/5 vs. Mississippi State ... Scored a season-high six points to go with four rebounds, two assists and two steals vs. Wyoming on 11/30 ... Grabbed three boards and added an assist on 11/26 vs. Wake Forest ... Missed all five shots from the floor on 11/24 vs. Michigan, but added a season-high five rebounds, an assist and two steals ... Hit just 1-of-5 FGs at Virginia on 11/21 ... Passed out all of his game-high six assists in the first half vs. Wright State on 11/18 and also knocked down a trey ... Tallied five points and two boards vs. San Diego on 11/16.


2003-04 (Sophomore):  Earned playoff MVP honors in the Tucson Summer Pro League after tallying 20 points, eight rebounds and seven assists in the championship-game win ... Named Arizona’s co-Defensive Player of the Year in a vote by his teammates .... Ranks sixth in the Pac-10 with a .422 (43-of-102) three-point FG percentage and would have rank fourth with an .845 FT percentage (49-of-58) if he qualified with enough attempts ... Shot 51.5 percent (35-of-68) over his last 10 games ... Collected four points, an assist and two steals vs. Seton Hall on 3/18 in the NCAA Tournament ... Totaled two points, two steals, a rebound and an assist on 3/12 vs. Washington ... Collected two assists, a rebound and a steal in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal win over USC on 3/11 ... Hit 8-of-10 FGs en route to a career-high 20 points, including eight points in the key 20-2 run which broke the game open, on 3/7 vs. Arizona State to go with three assists ... Scored four points in 18 minutes vs. Washington State on 2/28 ... Collected 10 points, five boards and six assists vs. Washington on 2/26 ... Finished in double figures for the 10th time this season with 14 points (4-of-6 3-pt. FGs) on 2/21 at Oregon State ... Collected nine points, six boards and three assists on 2/19 at Oregon ... Earned his third career start on 2/14 vs. UCLA and responded with 16 points (career-high 9 FGs), two assists and four steals in a career-best 37 minutes ... Played second consecutive solid game, especially on the defensive end with a career-high four steals, to go with 14 points and two assists on 2/12 vs. USC ... Was stellar off the bench on 2/7 at Stanford, collecting six points, a rebound, assist and steal in 22 minutes without a turnover ... Played 13 minutes and grabbed one rebound on 2/5 at California ... Collected a steal and hit all four FTs at Washington State on 1/31 ... Hit 2-of-2 FGs and 4-of-4 FTs to finish with nine points on 1/29 ... Registered six points, two boards and two steals on 1/25 vs. Oregon ... Passed out a career-best seven assists (against one TO) to go with 12 points on 1/22 vs. Oregon State ... Connected on 2-of-3 treys and finished with eight points at UCLA on 1/17 ... Hit 6-of-7 FTs en route to 11 points at USC on 1/15 ... Tallied a career-high four steals to go with four points and six rebounds on 1/10 vs. Stanford ... Collected eight points, four boards and two assists on 1/8 vs. California ... Equaled a career high with four assists on 1/3 at Arizona State to go with four points, three boards and a pair of steals ... Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds to go with seven points and two assists on 12/30 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette ... Made his first career start on 12/28 vs. Liberty and responded with 12 points, three assists and a steal ... Finished with a career-best 17 points in a career-high 35 minutes vs. San Diego State on 12/22 ... Hit just 1-of-8 FG attempts but added three rebounds and two assists on 12/17 vs. Saint Mary’s ... Scored just five points, but his trey with 4:54 to go on 12/13 vs. Marquette pushed the lead to five and was never relinquished ... Hit both three-point attempts on 12/9 vs. Texas and finished with six points and four rebounds ... Hit 3-of-6 FGs on 12/6 at Saint Louis, including two key second-half treys ... Finished with a career-best 17 points (3-of-5 treys and 6-of-6 FT) with three assists and two steals on 11/28 vs. Florida ... Tallied 14 points (5-of-12 FG) to go with five rebounds, three assists and a steal on 11/24 vs. Northern Arizona.


2002-03 (Freshman):  Named Arizona’s Mr. Hustle in a vote by his teammates ... Made the most of his three minutes of action vs. Notre Dame in the West Regional semifinal on 3/27 with two points, a rebound and two steals ... Collected one rebound in 10 minutes vs. Gonzaga on 3/22 ... Hit all four free throws to go with an assist on 3/20 vs. Vermont in NCAA Tournament debut ... Played four minutes in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal loss to UCLA on 3/13 ... Hit 2-of-4 FT to go with a rebounds on 3/8 vs. Oregon ... Scored his most points since Feb. 13 with seven points (1-of-1 3-pt. FG), three boards and a block on 3/6 vs. Oregon State ... Played one minute of Pac-10 title clinching win at Stanford on 3/1 ... Saw limited action at California on 2/27 ... Tallied a rebound and an assist in two minutes at Arizona State on 2/22 ... Collected four points (all FTs) to go with a pair of assists and steals on 2/15 vs. USC ... Hit 4-of-5 FT and finished with seven points and two assists on 2/13 vs. UCLA ... Missed all three shots from the field but tallied an assist and steal at Washington State on 2/8 ... Equaled a season best with three rebounds at Washington on 2/6 ... Tallied four points, a rebound and an assist on 2/1 vs. California ... Knocked down a trey and added two steals and an assist on 1/30 vs. Stanford ... Missed only FG attempt in three minutes vs. Arizona State on 1/22 ... Posted three points, two boards and two assists in four minutes at UCLA on 1/18 ... Tallied four points, an assist and a steal on 1/11 vs. Washington ... Collected a team-high three steals and added an assist in nine minutes vs. Washington State on 1/9 ... Grabbed a rebound and added an assist on 1/4 at Oregon State ... Played seven minutes in his Oregon homecoming on 1/2 ... Posted another solid effort, especially defensively, vs. Boston University on 12/30 ... In what could be called a breakout performance, tallied 14 points, two boards, two assists and two blocks in 24 minutes vs. Davidson on 12/28 ... Collected a steal in four minutes at Louisiana State on 12/21 ... Played five strong minutes vs. Texas on 12/15 with two points, a rebound and an assist ... Poured in five points in just four minutes on 12/3 vs. Saint Louis ... Tallied four points, three boards, two assists and three steals in 14 minutes vs. Northern Arizona on 11/27 ... Scored two points and added two assists and a steal on 11/23 vs. Western Kentucky in his collegiate debut.


High School:  Averaged a state-best 26.6 points and 5.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.4 steals for Woodrow Wilson High School and coach Scott Aker ... Named the Portland Interscholastic League Player of the Year ... Played in the Jordan Brand Capital Classic in Washington, D.C., along with fellow UA signees Hassan Adams and Andre Iguodala, and tallied eight points, two assists and one steal ... Ranked as the nation’s No. 4 point guard by Dave Telep of and The Sporting News ... Rated as the No. 21 recruit nationally by Clark Francis’ Hoop Scoop recruiting service and No. 40 overall by ... Honorable Mention all-state as a junior ... Started as a freshman on a squad that won the state championship ... Participated in the 2001 Nike Camp, as well as the Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas and the Best of the Summer Tournament in Los Angeles ... Participated in the 2001 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, Colo., along with fellow Wildcat signee Hassan Adams, on the West squad and averaged a team-leading 22.0 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists, and 1.8 steals, while shooting 44.4 percent from three-point range in five games ... A four-year honor student.




Career HIGHS

Chris Rodgers


22, vs. USC, 1/13/2005



7, twice, last, vs. Richmond, 12/30/2004



8, twice, last, vs. USC, 1/13/2005



15, vs. USC, 1/13/2005



4, three times, last, vs. Richmond, 12/30/2004



9, twice, last, vs. Richmond, 12/30/2004



6, twice, last, at USC, 1/15/2004



7, at USC, 1/15/2004



9, vs. Oregon, 2/17/2005



4, four times, last, vs. Manhattan, 12/21/2004



2, vs. Davidson, 12/28/2002



37, vs. UCLA, 2/14/2004


Rodgers, Chris

                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2002-03   28-0    231/8.3    16-62   .258    4-15   .267   34-47   .723   9-16    25  0.9  29-0   27  20   3  16   70/2.5
2003-04   30-5    713/23.8   83-192  .432   43-102  .422   49-58   .845  13-57    70  2.3  41-0   61  49   0  39  258/8.6
2004-05   36-4    687/19.1   70-187  .374   33-101  .327   26-37   .703  18-56    74  2.1  47-0   76  33   1  41  199/5.5
TOTAL     94-9   1631/17.4  169-441  .383   80-218  .367  109-142  .768  40-129  169  1.8 117-0  164 102   4  96  527/5.6
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