Future plans to be determined
Game 28: No. 11 Arizona (23-4, 11-4) at USC (12-15, 7-7)
Parron nets season-high 19 on 5-of-6 shooting from three-point range
Colorado 71, Arizona 58
Game 25: No. 9 Arizona (20-4, 8-4) at Utah (11-13, 3-9)
Game action from UA's 74-51 win vs. Harvard, March 23, 2013, in Salt Lake City. Photos by Patti Ota and Richard Paige.
Arizona vs Washington State
Arizona vs. Washington - AP Photos
Arizona vs. Colorado
Arizona vs. Miami - AP Photos (12/23/12)
General: A long and athletic player with the ability to control the paint at both ends ... His all-around game continues to improve ... An exceptional athlete and a stellar shot blocker ... Brought a physical presence to the middle with increased playing time ... Blocked 19 shots in last 17 games ... Displayed an unbelievable work ethic since his arrival on campus last summer ... Continues to show great progress.
Freshman (2011-12): Hit 4-of-6 FGs in Pac-12 Tournament run ... Slipped into the back-up center role following the Nov. 1 exhibition ... Has been UA's blocked shot leader 16 times ... Collected five points and five boards on 3/14 vs. Bucknell ... Tallied two points, two boards and two steals on 3/10 vs. Colorado ... Collected four points, four rebounds and three blocks vs. Oregon State on 3/9 ... Saw two minutes of action on 3/8 vs. UCLA in Pac-12 Tournament, but contributed a key and-one, finishing with three points ... Played seven minutes at Arizona State on 3/4 ... Tallied a steal in six minutes vs. UCLA on 2/25 ... Collected seven points and a block on 2/23 vs. USC ... Registered four points, three boards, an assist and block at Washington on 2/18 ... Hit a season-best 4-of-7 FTs on the way to equaling a season-high with eight points on 2/16 at Washington State to go with four rebounds ... Collected two blocks vs. Utah on 2/11 ... Equaled a season high with eight points (4-of-4 FT) on 2/9 vs. Colorado ... Blocked a season-high four shots on 2/4 at Stanford ... Put forth his best effort to date with eight points (3-of-5 FG), four boards and two blocks on 2/2 at California ... Registered two boards, a block and steal on 1/28 vs. Washington ... Pulled down two boards in 13 minutes vs. Washington State on 1/26 ... Played five minutes at Colorado on 1/21 ... Hit both FGA, grabbed two boards and added an assist, block and steal at Utah on 1/19 ... Posted four points, two boards and a block on 1/14 vs. Oregon ... Tallied two points on 1/12 vs. Oregon State ... Limited to four minutes at USC on 1/8 due to foul trouble ... Collected four points and five rebounds at UCLA on 1/5 ... Had a rebound in seven minutes vs. Arizona State on 12/31 ... Posted five points (3-of-4 FT), and two steals on 12/22 vs. Bryant ... Grabbed a pair of offensive rebounds on 12/20 vs. Oakland ... Collected a pair of rebounds and blocks on 12/17 vs. Gonzaga ... Posted five points, five rebounds and a block on 12/10 vs. Clemson ... Posted four rebounds and two blocks at Florida on 12/7 ... Recorded two blocks, two boards and a bucket on 12/3 vs. Northern Arizona ... Posted two points and four rebounds in eight minutes at New Mexico State on 11/29 ... Collected a FG and a rebound in 19 minutes vs. San Diego State on 11/23 ... Had a steal in a brief appearance vs. Mississippi State on 11/18 ... Tallied a field goal and two offensive rebounds vs. St. John's on 11/17 ... Registered two boards and a steal on 11/13 vs. Ball State ... Posted six points, seven boards and a block on 11/9 vs. Duquesne ... Collected six points, six rebounds and four steals in 23 minutes on 11/7 vs. Valparaiso in his collegiate debut.
High School: Prepped at Herbert Hoover High School in San Diego, Calif. ... Rated as the No. 73 overall prospect in the country and the No. 9 forward by rivals.com to go with a scout grade of 94 by espn.com ... Finished his prep career with more than 2,000 points scored (2,133), ranks second on the national high school career blocked shot list (1,120), and is second in California high school history in rebounds (1,732) and games played (135) ... Averaged 23.4 points, 14.9 rebounds and 7.8 blocked shots per game as a senior in leading Hoover to a 26-8 record and a berth in the CIF San Diego Section Division II championship game for coach Ollie Goulston ... A Parade magazine second-team All-America selection and the Union-Tribune San Diego Section Player of the Year, a MaxPreps honorable mention All-America, an ESPN RISE All-American and the runner-up for California Mr. Basketball honors ... A four-time all-state pick, Chol helped HHS to four consecutive Eastern League championships and four straight section title-game appearances during his prep career, guiding Hoover to a cumulative 108-30 (.783) record ... Posted 97 double-doubles and 31 triple-doubles to go with single-game highs of 41 points, 23 rebounds and 19 blocked shots.
Angelo Chol's Career Highs
Points 8, three times, last, at Washington State, 2/16/2012 Rebounds 7, vs. Duquesne, 11/9/2011 FG 3, three times, last, at California, 2/2/2012 FGA 5, four times, last, vs. Bucknell, 3/14/2012 3PT 0 3ATT 0 FT 4, twice, last, at Washington State, 2/16/2012 FTA 7, at Washington State, 2/16/2012 AST 1, five times, last, at Washington, 2/18/2012 STL 4, vs. Valparaiso, 11/7/2011 BLK 4, at Stanford, 2/4/2012 MIN 23, vs. Valparaiso, 11/7/2011
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 2011-12 35-0 427/12.2 40-71 .563 0-0 .000 19-28 .679 30-50 80 2.3 74-1 5 23 29 13 99/2.8 TOTAL 35-0 427/12.2 40-71 .563 0-0 .000 19-28 .679 30-50 80 2.3 74-1 5 23 29 13 99/2.8