2014-15 Men's Basketball Roster

Chris  Page

24 Chris Page

  • Height
    6-5
  • Weight
    198
  • Class
    Junior

Biography


AS A JUNIOR (2014-15)
All-Sunshine State Conference First Team honoree...Daktronics, Inc. All-South Region First Team honoree...Played and started in 25 games...Led the Sharks and ranked second in the SSC in points per game at 19.5...Made 2.4 3-point field goals per game, ranking fifth in the SSC, on 40.1 percent...Ranked sixth in the SSC in free throw percentage at 81.9 percent...Ranked eighth in the conference in steals at 1.8 per game...Shot 48.2 percent from the floor...Ranked second on the team in assists per game at 2.6 and third in rebounds per game at 4.4...Passed career-highs in the Sharks' SSC Tournament upset of Tampa (3/6/15) with 30 points and 12 rebounds...Scored 27 points at home against both No. 7 Florida Southern (1/10/15) and Saint Leo (1/28/15)...Scored 28 points in the team's first meeting with Tampa at home (12/6/14).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14)
All-Sunshine State Conference Second Team honoree…All-SSC Newcomer Team honoree…Played in 30 games, starting in 27...Averaged 28.7 minutes per game…led the team with 14.8 points per game (ninth in the SSC) and 104 total assists…Averaged 4.1 rebounds per game, third on the team…Ranked second in the SSC in free throw percentage at .832…Scored a season-best mark of 28 points against Palm Beach Atlantic at home (2/8)…Shot 6-for-7 from the floor against No. 3 West Liberty on Homecoming Night (11/15)…Scored 26 points at home against Florida Tech (2/26).

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
Spent two years at NCAA DI Albany in Albany, N.Y., where he was a redshirt freshman before playing in a handful of games his last season...Page was a standout at Plainfield HS in Plainfield, Ind. and started for three seasons...As a sophomore he scored at a 17.2 clip, earning second-team All-Metro West and all-conference honors...The two-time team captain averaged 19.2 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.2 steals as a junior when he repeated as an all-conference performer...As a senior, Page poured in 23.6 points per game, grabbed 7.9 rebounds and collected 2.1 steals per game...His senior season included a 41-point, 10-rebound effort against rival Lebanon HS...Following his senior season, Page was named Metro West Player of the Year, garnered his third All-Hendricks County award and third All-Mid State Conference honor...The McDonald’s All-America nominee played in the prestigious Hoosiers Reunion All-Star Classic, scoring 24 points in 20 minutes for “Hickory High.”

 

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