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Reggie Evans
Reggie Evans

Hometown:
Pensacola, FL

High School:
Woodham

Last College:
Coffeyville CC

Position:
Forward

BACKGROUND Tied for 30th in career scoring with 1,054 points, becoming just the fourth Iowa player to reach 1,000 in two years...Associated Press honorable mention all-American for second straight season...named second team all-Big Ten for second straight season...earned all-Tournament honors at Big Ten Tournament...named to USBWA all-District VI team and to the NABC all-District 12 second team...MVP of Iowa Regional in the Guardians Classic and to the all-tournament team in the championship round...co-MVP of Iowa's Gazette Hawkeye Challenge...ranks fourth in career three throw attempts with 648...ranks sixth in career free throws with 405...his 302 free throw attempts rank second best for a single season and his 187 made free throws ranks third best for a single season...his 378 rebounds in 2002 ranks third best for a single season and his 794 career rebounds ranks eighth all-time...holds Big Ten Tournament career record with 95 rebounds in eight games over two season...one of 12 players selected to the USA Basketball World Championship for Young Mean team between junior and senior seasons. The USA team earned the Gold medal at the FIBA World Championships for Young Men Tournament in Saitama, Japan...in eight games averaged 9.4 points and 5.0 rebounds, shooting .611 from the field and .674 from the free throw line...established USA single-game records for free throws made (10) and free throw attempts (12) while scoring 20 points in a 128-83 win over South Korea.

2001-02 Played in 34 of 35 games, with 31 starts...led team in rebounding (11.1) and ranked second in scoring (15.4), while shooting 49.6% from the field and 61.9% from the free throw line...ranked second on the team with 54 steals...recorded 18 scoring and rebounding double-doubles...had 10 or more rebounds in 20 games and 15 or more rebounds in nine games.

2000-01 Was one of 20 players listed on final ballot for 10-man John R. Wooden all-America team...honorable mention all-America by the Associated Press...Most Outstanding Player at Big Ten Conference Tournament...selected second team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media...selected to NABC all-District first team...named Newcomer of the Year in college basketball by ESPN.com and to national all-JUCO team by collegeinsider.com...11.9 rebounding average led the nation...led the nation with 218 made free throws, 346 free throw attempts and 22 scoring and rebounding double-doubles...established Iowa single-season record for free throws made (218), free throw attempts (346) and rebounds (416)...346 FT attempts ranks second best ever in Big Ten for single-season and 416 rebounds ties as fifth highest total...11.4 rebounding average in Big Ten games is best league average since 1986...established Carver-Hawkeye Arena record with 16 free throws and 22 free throw attempts vs. Purdue...MVP of Gazette Hawkeye Challenge...set Big Ten Tournament records for free throws, free throw attempts and rebounds, both for single game and tournament.

Junior College Earned all-conference, all-region and all-America honors as a sophomore...named one of top 10 junior college players in the nation by Slam Magazine...averaged 22.5 points and 12 rebounds per game, shooting 52% from the field, 63% from the free throw line and 39% from three-point range...as a freshman averaged 16.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game while earning Freshman of the Year honors in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference...was second team all-conference and third team all-region as a freshman.

Statistics
YEAR	G/GS	FG-A	PCT	FT-A	PCT	O-D-RB	         AVG	AS	TO	BK	ST	PTS	AVG
2000-01	35/35	155-326	.475	218-346	.630	142-274-416	11.9	55	138	21	31	529	15.1
2001-02	34/31	169-341	.496	187-302	.619	123-255-378	11.1	44	93	17	54	525	15.4
Career	69/66	324-667	.486	405-648	.625	265-529-794	11.5	99	231	38	85	1054	15.3

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