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Chris Kingsbury
Chris Kingsbury

Hometown:
Hamilton, OH

High School:
Hamilton

Position:
Guard

Hawk Items: holds Iowa records for three-point field goals and three-point attempts in a game (9,19), season (117, 297) and career (226, 654)...1,118 career points to rank 22nd in career scoring...ranks 5th on Big Ten career list with 226 three-point basket in 75 of 89 games in his career.

1995-96 - averaged 11.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per game...named to all-tournament teams at the Great Alaska Shootout and Iowa's Super Chevy Shootout...ranked second on team in free throw percentage (79.6%)...16 points, hitting 4-8 treys, vs. Arizona...14 points, four rebounds and four assists in win over George Washington...16 points at Minnesota, hitting 5-9 FGs and 4-7 treys...11 points, including 8-10 FGs, in win at Ohio State...his three-point basket with 7:21 remaining gave Iowa the lead for good at Ohio State...17 points, three rebounds and two assists vs. Penn State...14 points and three assists vs. Indiana...14 points at Michigan State, including three-pointer that tied score with 45 seconds remaining...18 points, four rebounds and four assists vs. Illinois. Three point-basket gave Iowa 78-77 lead with 1:42 left and he added two free throws with 21 seconds left for 80-77 advantage...12 points, three rebounds and three assists at Wisconsin...15 points and six rebounds vs. Minnesota, including 5-9 treys...16 points and career high seven assists at Colorado...13 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals vs. Western Illinois...15 points in first start of season vs. Texas Southern...two free throws in final seconds sealed win at Iowa State...16 points, including 8-10 FTs, vs. Duke...30 points vs. Connecticut, hitting 7-14 FGs, 5-11 treys and 11-12 FTs.

1994-95 - second team all-big Ten as selected by the media...selected to USBWA all-District Five Team...averaged 16.8 points and 2.7 rebounds per game, shooting .400 from the field and .803 from free throw line....553 points in 33 games is most ever by an Iowa sophomore...in Big Ten stats ranked second in three-point field goals per game (3.6), fifth in scoring (18.2), sixth in free throw percentage (.827), eighth in three-point field goal percentage (.399), and 10th in steals (1.2)...scored in double figures in 28 of 33 games, including 17 of final 18 games...19 points in win over Ohio...19 points in win over DePaul...17 points at Indiana, hitting 4-10 treys and 5-6 FTs...20 points on 6-10 treys in win over Michigan State...19 points in win over Michigan, hitting 5-9 treys and 4-4 FTs...21 points at Purdue...27 points and five rebounds at Wisconsin...made 6-11 treys and 9-11 FTs...scored 10 points in 3:32 as Iowa rallied from 60-48 deficit to tie 68-68...25 points at Minnesota...hitting 7-12 FGs...hit long three-pointer with 1:22 remaining to give Iowa 72-70 advantage...career-high 32 points vs. Northwestern, hitting 12-20 FGs and 7-13 treys to go with six rebounds...18 points and two steals vs. Minnesota...14 points and two assists in win over Duke...27 points and six assists vs. Long Island in first start of season, tying own school mark with nine three-pointers and setting school and arena marks with 19 three-point attempts...17 points vs. Iowa State, hitting 5-8 three-point FGs...29 points in win at Drake, setting an Iowa record by making nine three-point baskets...made his last seven three-point attempts in a row...made 10-15 FGs, had career-high eight rebounds and three assists while playing just 20 minutes.

1993-94 - 44 three-point field goals is best ever by an Iowa freshman and eighth best overall for single-season...free throw percentage of .821 led team and is best-ever by an Iowa freshman...played in all 27 games and started three times...ranked 10th in Big Ten in three-point field goals per game (1.9) and 12th in three-point percentage (.321)...18 points vs. Ohio State...20 points in win over Illinois, hitting 7-7 FTs...also had six rebounds and five assists...15 points, including 5-9 three-point baskets, vs. Minnesota in first career start...14 points and eight rebounds in win over Dartmouth, hitting 3-6 three-point FGs.

High School - McDonald's All-American as senior, averaging 21.2 points and eight rebounds...named by Ohio Roundball Prep magazine as one of the 10 best Ohio high school basketball players since 1980...also co-Mr. Basketball in the state of Ohio and first team all-state...finished prep career with 1,540 points as a four-year starter...won three-point contest at 1993 McDonald's game, sinking 13-25 attempts...named to Parade Magazine's Prep all-American fourth team and was a second team all-Ohio selection as a junior...averaged 19.8 points and 7.4 rebounds...averaged 16 points and five rebounds as a sophomore...Hamilton was 76-20 over the course of his career...National Honor Society member.

Personal - born 9/1874...attended same high school as former Iowa standout Greg Stokes...high school coach was John Smith.

Personal Bests -

Points - 32 vs. Northwestern, 2/9/95 Rebounds - 8, four times, last vs. Ohio, 3/21/95 FGM - 12 vs. Northwestern, 2/9/95 FGA - 20 vs. Northwestern, 2/9/95 FTM - 11 vs. Connecticut, 11/24/95 FTA - 12 vs. Connecticut, 11/24/95 Assists - 7 vs. Colorado, 12/28/95 Steals - 3, four times, last vs. Ohio State, 1/10/96 Blocks - 1, 10 times, last vs. George Washington, 3/15/96 Minutes - 37 vs. Michigan, 1/11/95

Career Statistics -
Year	G/GS	FG-A	Pct.	3pt	Pct	FT-A	Pct	RB	Avg	AS	TO	Bk	ST	PTS	Avg
Fresh.	27/3	65-195	.333	44-137	.321	46-56	.821	71	2.6	35	35	2	23	220	8.2
Soph.	33/25	169-423	.400	117-297	.394	98-122	.803	88	2.7	55	58	5	41	553	16.8
Junior	29/12	99-290	.341	65-211	.308	82-103	.796	65	2.4	54	41	3	16	345	11.9
Career	89/40	333-908	.367	226-645	.350	226-281	.804	227	2.6	144	134	10	80	1,118	12.6
 
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