Jerome Randle and Patrick Christopher Named First-Team All-Pac-10

March 9, 2009

BERKELEY - Junior guards Jerome Randle and Patrick Christopher have been named to the first-team all-conference squad, the Pac-10 announced Monday. It is the first time either student-athlete has received this honor.

This is the 14th time in school history that Cal has had multiple first-team all-conference selections. The last time this occurred was in 2006 when Leon Powe and Ayinde Ubaka received the honors.

Among the players' accomplishments this season, they each scored the 1,000th point of their collegiate careers in the same game on Feb. 5 vs. Washington. Randle currently ranks 25th on the all-time scoring list with 1,152 points and Christopher is 27th with 1,028 points.

On March 5, Randle scored a career-best 31 points at Arizona and drilled eight three-pointers, which was one away from the school record for the most in a game. He has 15 20-point efforts on the season and is tied for first in the conference in assists, averaging 5.0 per game. He leads the team in scoring with 18.4 ppg, third best in the conference.

Christopher began the Pac-10 season with four consecutive 20-point games. Towards the end of the regular season, he notched a career high of 29 points against USC on Feb. 26. He is second on the team in scoring averaging 14.6 ppg and is second on the team in steals with 24.

Ryan Anderson was the lone Bear to earn first-team honors on the 2008 All-Pac-10 team.

For a complete look at the All-Pac-10 team, visit the Pac-10 website.

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