Final Notes And Numbers From 2003-2004

April 22, 2004

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DIOGU PRODUCES ANOTHER GREAT SEASON: The Arizona State men's basketball team (10-17 and 4-14 in the Pac-10), with seven first-year players in the rotation, were led in 2003-2004 by preseason All-American Ike Diogu, who averaged a Pac-10 best 22.8 points and 36.9 minutes per game and grabbed 8.9 rebounds per game (second in the Pac-10). The sophomore has scored in double digits in all 59 career games, the best active streak in the nation. Diogu averaged 11.03 free throw attempts per game on the year and broke the 40 year-old Pac-10 season record for free throws made with 243. He has 29 career 20-point games, 15 career double-doubles (eight this past year) and 10 other games with nine rebounds. This season, he posted five 30-point games and 17 20-point games. The Garland, Texas, native was third in the league in offensive boards (3.33 per game), second in blocks (1.74) and seventh in free throw percentage at .815. He averaged 37.5 minutes in the final 17 games and led ASU in scoring in 12 of the final 14 contests. Diogu also posted better numbers from his freshman year in a few of the overlooked statistics. He was 14-of-37 (.378) from the three-point stripe after going 9-of-24 (.375) in 2002-2003. He shot 81.5 percent from the free throw line after shooting 73.5 percent in 2002-2003. His rebounds also went up (7.8 per game to 8.9), and he surpassed last year's blocks total with 47 (31 in 2002-2003) and assists total with 44 (26).

DIOGU AMONG TOP SCORERS: Sophomore Ike Diogu averaged 22.8 points per game in 2003-2004, which not only led the Pac-10 but was ninth in the nation. Diogu will enter the 2004-2005 season as at least the nation's fourth-leading returning scorer, as Kevin Martin of Western Carolina has declared for this summer's NBA Draft but could return to school. Diogu also will be the first Pac-10 scoring leader to be back on campus the following season since Reggie Miller won the honors in 1985-86 and returned in 1986-87.

Points Per Game, Nation's Top Returning Scorers FROM 2003-2004	'04 Rk.	Name, Team	Cl.	G	FGM	3FG	FT	PTS	PPG	1.	Keydren Clark, St. Peters	So.	29	233	112	197	775	26.7	2.	Kevin Martin, W. Carolina	Jr.	27	208	51	206	573	24.9	4.	Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont	Jr.	24	203	14	159	579	24.1	9.	Ike Diogu, Arizona State	So.	27	179	14	243	615	22.8	14.	Kris Humphries, Minnesota	Fr.	29	221	17	170	629	21.7	17.	Jose Juan Barea, Northeastern	So.	26	180	73	105	538	20.7	18.	Ken Tutt, Oral Roberts	Fr.	28	193	101	92	579	20.7

LOGGING THE MINUTES: Ike Diogu led the Pac-10 in minutes per game with 36.9. Here's a look at the Pac-10 leaders:

PAC-10 MINUTES PER GAME1.	36.9	- Ike Diogu, Arizona State2.	35.3	- Desmon Farmer, USC3.	34.6	- Luke Jackson, Oregon4.	34.3	- Lamar Hurd, Oregon StateT-5.	33.7	- Cedric Bozeman, UCLAT-5.	33.7	- Marcus Moore, Wash. State7.	33.2	- Dijon Thompson, UCLA8.	32.8	- J.S. Nash, Oregon State9.	32.5	- Thomas Kelati, Wash. StateT-10.	32.1	- Chris Stephens, Oregon StateT-10.	32.1	- Andre Iguodala, Arizona

DEVIL DATA: ASU was third in the nation in free throw attempts at 27.56 per game, behind only Texas Southern (28.3) and Niagara (28.2)...ASU's top three scorers (sophomore Ike Diogu, junior Stevie Moore and senior Jamal Hill) shot 381-of-468 (.814) from the free throw line...ASU shot 71.4 percent from three at USC (10-of-14) on Jan. 17, the fourth-best mark in school history...the Sun Devils used 13 starting lineups on the year...ASU shot 73.5 percent from the free throw line, the fifth-best mark in school history, second-best in the past 17 seasons and fourth in the Pac-10...ASU went 19-of-20 (.950) from the free throw line against UCLA on Feb. 12, which set the school single-game mark for 20 attempts...redshirt freshman Kevin Kruger provided a spark in the final nine games, averaging 29.0 minutes, 12.4 points and shot 27-of-59 (.448) from the three-point stripe. He was the team's second-leading scorer in those nine games...ASU played back-to-back overtimes games against UCLA (Feb. 12) and USC (Feb. 14) for the first time since the 1985-86 season...redshirt freshman Serge Angounou played his best game since his knee injury last year at Oregon on Feb. 21 with 12 points (5-of-11 shooting) and five boards in 32 minutes.

FREE THROWS: ASU made free throws at a 73.5 percent rate this year, the fifth-best mark in school history and the second-best in the past 17 seasons. A look at the best free throw shooting teams in Sun Devil history.

ASU TOP SEASON FT%1.	75.6	- 19782.	75.4	- 19553.	74.6	- 1998		- 19875.	73.5	- 20046.	73.0	- 19577.	72.9	- 20008.	72.1	- 19899.	72.0	- 198210.	70.7	- 1959

DOUBLE DIGITS: Ike Diogu's 59 straight double-figure scoring games (the best current mark in the nation) is ASU's best in at least the past 14 seasons, topping the mark of senior Jeremy Veal who notched double digits in the first 30 games in 1997-98. Even in Eddie House's amazing 1999-2000 season, his longest double-digit scoring streak was 10 straight. A look at the best ASU streaks beginning with the 1990-91 season:

Sun Devil Double-Digit Scoring Streaks (1990-91 to present/Past 14 Seasons)Player (Yr./Season)	StreakIke Diogu, (Fr-So./2002-04)	59Jeremy Veal (Sr./1997-98)	30Stevin Smith, (Jr./1992-93)	24Mario Bennett, (Jr./1994-95)	21Jeremy Veal, (So./1995-96)	18

TOP SCORER: This year marked the first time ASU had returned its top scorer in the past four seasons. ASU was one of four Pac-10 teams that returned its top scorer, along with USC (Desmon Farmer/18.7), Washington State (Marcus Moore/18.2) and Washington (Nate Robinson/13.0).

BAD LUCK: Since 1990, 56 of 57 Pac-10 teams who have won at least 11 conference games have been selected to the NCAAs. The exception? ASU in 1992-93, when it was 11-7 and tied for third. Also, 61 of 63 teams since 1990 who have posted 18 wins and 10 Pac-10 wins have qualified. Again, the odd teams out were ASU in 1992-93 and 1999-2000.

A MIXED BUNCH: Thirteen players getting a starting nod, 13 starting lineups, seven newcomers playing significant minutes, a player who had not played in 15 months notching 50 minutes in his first two games in early January and a starting freshman guard who was averaging 21.6 minutes per game breaking his nose and missing nine games contributed to ASU's struggles. ASU lost 477 games of experience from its 20-12 NCAA Tournament team in 2002-2003 when its six seniors graduated, as those players accounted for 117 minutes per game and Ike Diogu was the only returning starter from the NCAA win over Memphis. Tron Smith had started six of the first seven games but broke his nose in practice over the holiday break and had surgery on Jan. 6 and missed nine games recovering from surgery and then pneumonia. Serge Angounou, who missed all of the 2002-2003 season with a knee injury, returned for his first game action on Jan. 8 vs. Stanford after rehabbing since his injury on Nov. 13, 2002, in an exhibition game.

A BUILDER: When Rob Evans arrived in the spring of 1998, many talked about his final two years at Ole Miss when he went 42-16 (.724) and won two SEC West titles with a program that had been to just one NCAA Tournament. Before those seasons, Evans took a program many called 'below ground' and had a 44-65 (.403) mark in his first four years. At ASU, Evans was 60-60 in his first four years before going 20-12 last year. Evans is 104-126 (.454) in his first four years of building a program and is now 72-45 (.615) after the rebuilding process.

FRESHMEN: When Tron Smith and Keith Wooden started the opener vs. Arkansas-Litte Rock, it marked the first time two Sun Devil freshmen had started an opener in the past 13 seasons. The last time ASU had two freshmen in the opening day lineup was Nov. 23, 1990 (Jamal Faulkner and Stevin Smith). It marked only the third and fourth time a freshman had started in the past 11 openers at ASU. Prior to Ike Diogu (2002-2003), Donnell Knight (1999-2000), Smith and Wooden, the last freshman to start an opener was Ron Riley in 1992-93.

Rob Evans: Rob Evans (176-170/.509) finished his sixth season at Arizona State (12th overall) after being hired on April 7, 1998. The 1997 SEC Coach of the Year spent six seasons at Ole Miss, compiling an 86-81 (.515) record. He led the Rebels to a 42-16 record in his final two seasons after going 44-65 (.403) in his first four, winning two SEC West titles, and led Ole Miss to back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time since 1937-38. The 57-year old Evans is a 1968 graduate of New Mexico State, where he captained two NCAA Tournament teams, is a 1989 inductee of the Athletic Hall of Fame and was named to the school's All-Time team. He is 90-89 (.503) at ASU. Evans' Ole Miss squads were known as tough man-to-man teams which ranked 13th in the nation in 1997-98 in rebounding at +6.6. Ole Miss held opponents to just 30 percent from the three-point stripe, best in the SEC, and to just 40.6 percent from the field. He is 133-101 (.568) in the past seven seasons.

AWARD WINNERS: Team award winners for 2003-2004 were: Serge Angounou (Ned Wulk Award), Jason Braxton (Assist Award and Best Defensive Player), Ike Diogu (Team MVP, Tony Cerkvenik Rebounding Award, Best Offensive Player), Jamal Hill (Most Improved), Kevin Kruger (Freshman of the Year) and Wilfried Fameni (Academic Award).


#0 Allen Morill: Averaged 25 minutes on the Washington road trip...posted season-highs in boards (nine) and minutes (26) at Washington on Jan. 31...eight points in 24 minutes at Washington State on Jan. 29...season-high nine points in 19 minutes vs. Oregon State on Jan. 24...played sparingly at USC on Jan. 17 due to an ankle strain suffered in Jan. 15 UCLA eight-game starter...averaged 20 minutes in the five games against Nebraska, Temple, Northwestern, San Diego and Western Michigan...played just three minutes due to illness against McNeese State...25-of-37 (.676) from the free throw points vs. Western Michigan on Dec. 20...six points and five boards at Northwestern on Dec. 17...eight points and eight boards vs. Temple on Dec. of three Texans on scholarship...five boards in 16 minutes at Nebraska on Dec. 3.

#1 Jason Braxton: Has played in all 88 games in career and started in 70...4.8 assists per game this year was the best by a Sun Devil since Ahlon Lewis set Pac-10 record with 9.2 per game in 1997-98...4.8 assists per game was fourth in Pac-10 and his 2.04 steals per game was second in the league...also was second in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.06...averaged 28.7 minutes per game this year after averaging 21.5 his first two seasons...23-of-37 (.621) from the free throw line in the final 14 games after shooting 45.2 percent in his first two years...14 points, eight rebounds and seven assists vs. USC on Feb. 14...10 points at Washington State on Jan. 29...13 points, eight boards, five assists and four steals vs. Oregon on Jan. 22...12 points and six assists in win over Oregon State on Jan. 24...12 points and career-high 12 assists (tied for ninth-best in school history) in win at USC on Jan. 17...13 points in 34 minutes at UCLA on Jan. 15...13 points, all of them in the second half, vs. fourth-ranked Stanford on Jan. assists vs. fourth-ranked Arizona on Jan. 3...15 points and 10 assists vs. San Diego on Dec. 29...10 points, seven assists and six boards vs. Arkansas-Little Rock in season opener on Nov. 22.

#2 Keith Wooden: Had 12 points and seven boards vs. Oregon State on Jan. 24...season-high 13 points on 6-of-9 shooting in 25 minutes at USC on Jan. 17 in first start since Nov. 24...23-of-37 (.622) from the field in his final 13 games...a nine-game of four Sun Devil freshmen to start a season opener in the past 11 years, joining classmate Tron Smith (2003-04), Ike Diogu (2002-03) and Donnell Knight (1999-2000)...six points in 17 minutes vs. San Diego on Dec. 29...six points vs. McNeese State on Dec. 22...six points and six boards in 17 minutes in vs. UA-LR on Nov. 22.

#5 Ike Diogu: An third-team All-American in 2003-2004...ASU career record holder with 423 free throws of 20 finalists for the 2003-2004 Naismith Player of the Year and one of 16 finalists for Rupp All-American honors...set school season records this year with 243 made free throws and 298 attempts...243 made free throws is a Pac-10 record...eighth on ASU career list with 78 blocks...led ASU in scoring in 12 of the final 14 games...a 2004 Associated Press Preseason All-American, the first in Sun Devil history and just the 11th in Pac-10 history...a 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American...averaged 37.5 minutes in the final 17 games...19 points and 14 rebound at No. 22 Arizona on March 7...23 points and 12 boards at Oregon on Feb. 21...27 points and 13 rebounds vs. UCLA on Feb. 12...33 points at California on Feb. 7...12-of-12 outing at the free throw line at USC on Jan. 17 is the first time a Sun Devil was perfect in at least 12 free throws in a game since Arthur Thomas was 13-of-13 on Dec. 4, 1987, against San Diego State...31 points and 13 boards vs. California on Jan. six assists vs. fourth-ranked Stanford on Jan. 8...matched school records with 18 made free throws and 23 attempts vs. Western Michigan on Dec. 30...17 20-point games on the year...2003 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and an All-Pac-10 selection in his first two seasons...has scored in double digits in all 59 career games, the best current mark in the nation...29 20-point games and 15 career double-doubles...five 30-point games...Pac-10 Tournament record 18 rebounds vs. Oregon on March 13, 2003.

OLD SCHOOL THREES: Ike Diogu has been fouled when making a shot 58 times in his career and has made 41-of-58 (.707) of the free throws that followed.

#12 Kenny Crandall: Will earn his B.I.S. degree in Business and Communications this May...made 33-of-38 (.868) free throws in career Pac-10 games, 53-of-69 (.768) overall...played 20 minutes at top-ranked Arizona on Jan. 22, 2003, and made four three-pointers and had season-high 12 points...broke right fibula on April 17, 2002, in a dirt-bike accident.

#13 Kevin Kruger: A Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention pick...averaged 29.0 minutes, 12.4 points and shot 27-of-59 (.448) from three and was team's second-leading scorer in final nine games...made 31 three-pointers, seventh-best by an ASU freshman...had 22 points, including 6-of-10 from three, at No. 22 Arizona on March 7...17 points in season-high 40 minutes at Oregon on Feb. 21...20 points in first start at Oregon State on Feb. 19...16 points vs. USC on Feb. 14...12 points at California on Feb. 7 with four threes...35-of-44 (.795) from the free throw line...increased minutes in each of the first six games...played 14 second-half minutes vs. Temple on Dec. 9 and had six points, two assists, zero turnovers and had a steal with under a minute to which led to game-winning shot.

ASU Freshman Free Throw Percentage (minimum 35 attempts)1.	.851	- Steve Beck, 1983-84 (63-of-74)5.	.795	- Kevin Kruger, 2003-04 (35-of-44)

ASU Freshman Three-Pointers Made1. 66 - Ron Riley, 1992-932. 57 - Eddie House, 1996-977. 31 - Kevin Kruger, 2003-2004

#21 Stevie Moore: Junior college transfer made 48 three-pointers, the most by a Sun Devil since Eddie House hit 73 in 1999-2000...finished 17th in the Pac-10 in scoring (12.7 per game) and was eighth in free throw shooting (.814)...66-of-79 (.835) from the free throw line in the final 22 games...averaged 17 points on Los Angeles road trip and was 15-of-18 (.833) from the free throw line...sixteen points vs. fourth-ranked Stanford on Jan. 8...had 20 second-half points at Nebraska on Dec. 3, including five three-pointers, and ended with 22 points...led Sun Devils with 23 points vs. fourth-ranked Arizona on Jan. 3...posted three 20-point games...15 points and seven boards vs. Western Michigan on Dec. 30...16 points in 33 minutes on 6-of-8 shooting vs. UC Riverside on Nov. 29...14 points, nine boards and five assists in 30 minutes vs. Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 24...southpaw who posted 26 points in season opener vs. Arkansas-Little Rock on Nov. 22, the most points by a Sun Devil in a debut since Isaac Burton had 28 vs. BYU on Nov. 27, 1993...went 10-of-10 from the free throw line vs. Arkansas-Little Rock on Nov. 26.

#22 Jamal Hill: Averaged 30.7 minutes, 11.7 points and was 23-of-54 (.426) from the three-point stripe in the final 14 games...made 42-of-60 (.840) free throws in final 24 games...had 18 points in win at Oregon on Feb. 21 and played career-high 40 minutes...had 13 points in 34 minutes at Oregon State on Feb. 19...posted 17 points at California on Feb. 7...posted a career-high 21 points on 7-of-14 shooting at Washington on Jan. 31...17 points off the bench vs. Oregon State on Jan. 24...20 points on 7-of-10 shooting at USC on Jan. 17...double-digit scorer in 14 games in 2003-2004...15 points vs. fourth-ranked Arizona on Jan. 3...18 points vs. San Diego on Dec. 29...68-of-86 (.791) from the free throw line in his 59-game career, fifth on the ASU two-year player career chart...was in double figures in 10 games in 2002-2003.

#23 Tron Smith: Freshman who started 10 games and was averaging 21.6 minutes per game before breaking his nose in practice right after Christmas...missed nine games with the broken nose and pneumonia...played for the first time since Dec. 22 in Jan. 29 game at Washington State...had 10 points at Washington on Jan. 31...had surgery on nose on Jan. 6...posted eight points vs. McNeese State (Dec. 22), vs. Temple (Dec. 9) and vs. Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 24)...also had five boards vs. Temple.

#24 Justin Allen: Earned his B.S. in Justice Studies in May of 2003...a second-team 2004 Pac-10 All-Academic selection who earned first-team honors in 2002-2003...played season-high 25 minutes vs. USC on Feb. 14...had season-high 11 points and five boards in 24 minutes vs. UCLA on Feb. 12...started against both Stanford on Jan. 8 and vs. California on Jan. 10...five points and six rebounds in nine minutes vs. San Diego on Dec. 29...six points on two second-half three-pointers at Northwestern on Dec. 17...five points, six boards and 19 minutes, the most since he learned he had Hodgkin's Disease in fall of 2000, vs. Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 24...redshirted 2000-2001 season with Hodgkin's Disease...recipient of the 2003 V Foundation Comeback Award, given annually to someone in all of college basketball who embodies the spirit and courage of Jimmy Valvano...played in 95 games in four-year career.

#34 Wilfried Fameni: Averaging 12.4 minutes and 3.6 rebounds in final nine 11-game starter...had six boards in eight minutes at Oregon on Feb. 21...posted 11 boards in 32 minutes at Nebraska on Dec. 3...yes, his first name is spelled with two 'i's', that is not a typo...became just the third Sun Devil freshman in the past 12 seasons to register a double-double with his 16-point, 13-rebound performance vs. UC Riverside on Nov. 29...13 rebounds vs. UC Riverside is tied for the sixth-most by a freshman in ASU history...11 points vs. Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 24...opened year with 11 points and eight boards vs. Arkansas-Little Rock on Nov. 22 off the bench.

#45 Serge Angounou: Slowly worked his way back into shape after missing all of 2002-2003 with a knee injury suffered on Nov. 13, 2002...had 12 points at Oregon on Feb. 21 in fifth start of year and first start since Jan. 29 and played 32 minutes...eight points in 27 minutes vs. Washington State on Feb. 26...posted 10 points against Oregon on Jan. 22...first game back from injury was Jan. 8 against fourth-ranked Stanford...a seven-game starter.

LEVER ASU'S CHOICE FOR 2004 PAC-10 HALL: The Sun Devil family inducted Lafayette 'Fat' Lever into the Pac-10 Hall of Honor in March of 2004. The Hall of Honor inducted its first class in 2002 at the Pac-10 Tournament Hall of Honor Banquet. Byron Scott was ASU's initial inductee while Ned Wulk was inducted in 2003. The Pac-10 Hall of Honor was created to recognize athletes and coaches who have made significant contributions to the tradition and heritage of the Pac-10. Lever is a 1988 ASU Hall of Fame inductee who was a four-year letterman from 1978-82 who returned to school and finished his B.A. in Education in 1996. A three-year starter, Lever earned second-team Associated Press All-American honors in 1981-82. He earned All-Pac-10 accolades in 1980-81 and 1981-82 and led ASU in assists and steals for three straight seasons. His 1,137 points ranks 19th on the school's career scoring chart. In 1979-80, the Sun Devils finished 22-7, second in the Pac-10 at 15-3, with a national top-20 ranking in both wire service polls and an NCAA Tournament berth. In 1980-81, ASU went 24-4 and concluded the season with an upset-victory at undefeated, top-ranked and Pac-10 champion Oregon State. The 11th overall pick in the 1982 NBA Draft by Portland, Lever played with the Trail Blazers from 1982-84, the Denver Nuggets (1984-90) and the Dallas Mavericks (1990-94).

ALL UNDERCLASS: ASU did not have a senior in the lineup vs. Arkansas-Little Rock for the first time since Jan. 20, 2000, when senior Eddie House sat the first three minutes of an overtime loss at USC after missing the flight to Los Angeles the previous night. The only previous all-underclass lineup was on Dec. 28, 1992, when ASU topped Duquesne 103-81. The Nov. 22 game was the first in the previous 107 and just the second in the previous 326 contests where no senior Sun Devil started.

TURNING 20: Here's the list of ASU players since 1990-91 season (past 14 seasons) that have turned in the most 20-point performances:Player, Season	20-point gamesJeremy Veal, Sr., 1997-98	20Ike Diogu, So., 2003-04	17Eddie House, Sr., 1999-2000	17Mario Bennett, Jr., 1994-95	15Trent Edwards, Sr., 1988-89	15Eddie House, Jr., 1998-99	14Bobby Lazor, Sr., 1998-99	13Bobby Lazor, Jr., 1997-98	13Jeremy Veal, Jr., 1996-97	13Jeremy Veal, So., 1995-96	13Ron Riley, Jr., 1995-96	13Stevin Smith, Jr., 1992-93	13Ike Diogu, Fr., 2002-03	12Chad Prewitt, Sr., 2001-02	12

ASU CAREER SCORING CHART1. 2,044 - Eddie House, 1996-200016. 1,268 - Arthur Thomas, 1984-8817. 1,222 - Ike Diogu, 2002-200418. 1,220 - Dennis Dairman, 1962-65

ASU CAREER BLOCKS CHART1. 191 - Mario Bennett, 1991-95T-6. 83 - Mike Batiste, 1996-99 83 - Sam Williams, 1978-818. 78 - Ike Diogu, 2002-2004

ASU SEASON BLOCKS CHART1. 115 - Mario Bennett, 1994-95T-7. 49 - Alton Lister, 1980-81 49 - Kurt Nimphius, 1979-80T-9. 47 - Ike Diogu, 2003-2004 47 - Rodger Farrington, 1995-96

PAC-10 POLL: ASU was picked seventh by the Pac-10 Media, announced Nov. 6. The poll: 1. UA; 2. STAN; 3. CAL; 4. UO; 5. USC; 6. UCLA; 7. ASU; 8. UW; 9. WSU; 10. OSU.

FREE THROWS: Stevie Moore went 10-of-10 from the line and Ike Diogu was 13-of-14 as ASU made 35-of-43 (.814) free throws vs. Arkansas-Little Rock on Nov. 22. The 35 free throws was the most by the Sun Devils since they went 38-of-49 vs. BYU on Nov. 27, 1993. It is tied for the fourth-most in ASU history.

ASU FREE THROWS MADE1.	46 vs. Arizona, Jan. 29, 19552.	39 vs. Boston College, Dec. 29, 19773.	38 vs. Brigham Young, Nov. 27, 1993T4.	35 vs. Ark.-Little Rock, Nov. 22, 2003T4.	35 vs. San Diego State, Dec. 4, 1987T4.	35 vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 20, 1963

PRESEASON AP ALL-AMERICANS: Ike Diogu became ASU's first Associated Press preseason All-American in November of 2003 and the 11th in Pac-10 history since the poll began in the fall of 1986.

Pac-10 PreseasonASSOCIATED PRESS All-Americans(poll began in 1986-87)1988-89: Sean Elliott, Arizona1993-94: Jason Kidd, California1994-95: Damon Stoudamire, Arizona1996-97: Brevin Knight, Stanford1997-98: Mike Bibby, Arizona, andMiles Simon, Arizona2000-01: Loren Woods, Arizona2001-02: Casey Jacobsen, Stanford2002-03: Luke Walton, Arizona, and Jason Gardner,  Arizona2003-04: Ike Diogu, Arizona State

NOTE FOR 2005-2006: Ike Diogu's national-best double figure scoring streak of 59 games still has a ways to go until it reaches NCAA-record levels. The NCAA record is 115 set by La Salle's Lionel Simmons from 1987-90.

THREES: A look at where Kenny Crandall finished on the ASU three-pointer career list:

ASU CAREER THREE-POINTERS6.	Alex Austin (1985-90)	1367.	Matt Anderson (1988-91)	948.	Kenny Crandall (19
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