Cougars' Low, Weaver named District 14 First Team by NABC
Feb. 28, 2007
Low leads Washington State in scoring at 13.9 points per game. A native of Honolulu, Low has stared all 28 Cougar games this season and ranks fourth in the Pacific-10 Conference with 34.04 minutes per game, eighth in 3-point field goals made (2.21 per game), 3-point field goal percentage (41.3) and steals (1.43 per game). His scoring average is 15th in the conference.
On Washington State's career lists, Low ranks in free throw percentage (third, 80.5), 3-point field goals (12th, 115), 3-point field goal percentage (12th, 37.6), steals (tied-14th, 90), steals average (15th, 1.27 per game), assists (16th, 193), and assists average (17th, 2.72 per game).
Weaver leads WSU with 151 rebounds, 134 assists and 59 steals. His 11.1 points per game are second among Cougars to Low's average and his 35 blocks are nine behind team leader Ivory Clark's 44.
A native of Beloit, Wis., Weaver became the first student-athlete in Pac-10 history to reach 300 points, 125 assists, 125 rebounds, 50 steals and 35 blocks in the same season. He currently ranks fifth all-time at WSU in assists average (3.64 per game), seventh in assists (291), 10th in steals (113) and 11th in blocks (63), blocks average (0.78 per game), and steals average (1.41 per game).
Both Low and Weaver are eligible for the NABC Division I All-America teams that are announced at the conclusion of the 2006-07 regular season.