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  Bryson Krueger
Bryson Krueger

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Mountain Pointe

Last College:
Yavapai C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 190

Position:
Forward/Guard

Experience:
2V

Bryson Krueger Two-Year (2004-06) ASU Statistics

Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2004-05 31-27 613/19.8 75-170 .441 40-92 .435 18-28 .643 22-50 72 2.3 57-1 43 40 3 8 208/6.7 2005-06 28-18 889/31.8 123-306 .402 48-124 .387 50-57 .877 27-67 94 3.4 58-2 52 46 7 21 344/12.3 TOTAL 59-45 1502/25.5 198-476 .416 88-216 .407 68-85 .800 49-117 166 2.8 115-3 95 86 10 29 552/9.4

SUN DEVIL DATA: Local product who after playing one year of community college hoops has stepped into the starting lineup for 35 games the past two seasons. A good shooter and a very athletic player who averaged nearly 20 minutes per game in his first year but saw his minutes jump to 31.8 (second on the team) last year. Probably doesn't get enough credit for how well he can get to the basket because his jump shot is pure, but he doubled his free throw attempts from this first year with 57 last season. Coached at Yavapai by current Texas-San Antonio head coach and former Arizona State assistant Brooks Thompson. Sees playing time on both wings but is more suited to playing the off-guard. Has one year of eligibility remaining since he only played one year at Yavapai. In his 59-game career (45 starts), he is 88-of-216 (.407) from the three-point stripe.

PAC-10 THREE-POINTERS: Bryson Krueger has hit 40.7 percent of this three-pointers in the past two seasons, the second-best mark in the league the past two seasons among returning players in 2006-07, behind only USC's Gabe Pruitt. Krueger ranked fourth in the league in 2004-05, making 40-of-92 (.435), and was seventh in the league last year at 38.7 percent (48-of-124).

PAC-10 2004-2006 TOP RETURNING THREE-POINT .PCT
(minimum one made per game past two seasons)
Rk.	Name, School	3M-A/.Pct
1.	Gabe Pruitt, USC	131-319/.411
2.	Bryson Krueger, ASU	88-216/.407
3.	Sasa Cuic, Oregon State	63-156/.404
4.	Lodrick Stewart, USC	120-301/.399
5.	Kevin Kruger, ASU	150-396/.379
6.	Arron Afflalo, UCLA	122-328/.372
7.	Malik Hairston, Oregon	70-193/.363
8.	Aaron Brooks, Oregon	97-274/.354
9.	Ayinde Ubaka, California	80-228/.351
10.	Chamberlain Oguchi, Oregon	86-249/.345

JUNIOR SEASON (2005-06): Averaged 12.3 points, including a career-high 27 against North Texas...averaged 12.6 points in final 11 games and was in double figures in nine of those contests...was in double figures in 18 games and had two 20-point games...16 points in 37 minutes vs. Oregon State on March 8 in Pac-10 Tournament...14 points at Arizona on Feb. 25 off the bench...19 points including game-winning three-pointer at California on Feb. 18...14 points including 8-of-9 free throws at Stanford on Feb. 16...14 points vs. Oregon State on Feb. 9 in 37 minutes...14 points at #14 UCLA on Feb. 2...14 points and 4-of-6 from the three-point stripe vs. Arizona on Jan. 25...18 points and seven boards 41 minutes in Jan. 14 overtime win at Oregon State...14 points vs. USC on Jan. 5...named to ASU Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team after notching 18 points in championship game against NAU on Dec. 22...50-of-57 (.877) from the free throw line on the year, as his free throw attempts was a notable figure as he went to the line just 28 times in 2004-05.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004-05): Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in three-point percentage (.435) by hitting 40-of-92 from beyond the arc...32-of-70 (.457) from the three-point stripe in his final 25 games and posted nine double-digit scoring games...24-of-54 (.444) in the final 18 contests from the three-point stripe...15 points vs. #14 Washington in Pac-10 Tournament on March 10...had Pac-10 high 21 points on 5-of-6 three-point shooting against Oregon State on Feb. 17, including 16 points in the first half...had 13 points vs. Washington State on Jan. 27...16 points vs. UCLA on Jan. 13...injured ankle on Dec. 28 vs. Long Island, missed Dec. 29 win over Valparaiso and played just eight minutes at Arizona on Jan. 2...had a season-high 23 points against UC Riverside on Dec. 12.

AMONG ASU LEADERS: Bryson Krueger's 43.5 percent three-point shooting (40-of-92) in 2004-05 is the sixth-best mark in ASU history and the best by a Sun Devil in the past nine seasons.

ASU SEASON THREE-POINT .PCT
(minimum one made per game)
Rk.	Name, Season	3M-A/.Pct
1.	Matt Anderson, 1988-89	41-80/.513
2.	Tarence Wheeler, 1987-88	58-128/.453
3.	Bobby Thompson, 1986-87	31-69/.449
4.	Jeremy Veal, 1996-97	58-131/.443
5.	Alex Austin, 1988-89	49-112/.438
6.	Bryson Krueger, 2004-05	40-92/.435
7.	Kenny Crandall, 2001-02	35-83/.422
8.	Jeremy Veal, 1997-98	56-133/.421
9.	Chad Prewitt, 2001-02	34-83/.410
10.	Steve Beck, 1986-87	45-110/.409

COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Led Yavapai to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference and Region I Championships in 2003-2004 and averaged 18.5 points for the Roughriders, the third-best mark in the league and was the Region I Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mountain Pointe High School and averaged 16.5 points in his senior year...a three-time All-Region selection and McDonald's All-American nominee and a second-team all-state pick in his senior year by the Arizona Republic...earned three letters in hoops and was a two-time team captain...coached by Sam Ballard...earned Gilbert Holiday Tournament MVP honors...had 33 points against top-ranked St. Mary's and had 39 points against Mountain Ridge in double overtime...hit a buzzer beater against Desert Vista for the Central Region title.

PERSONAL: Mother's name is Patricia...has a younger brother, Dana, and a younger sister, Meagan...plans to study business...born Oct. 9, 1983.

CAREER HIGHS FOR BRYSON KRUEGER
POINTS: 27 vs. North Texas (11/30/05)
FG MADE: 8, 3 times, vs. North Texas (11/30/05)
FG ATT.: 16, 4 times, at California (2/1/06)
3-PT MADE: 5, 3 times, vs. North Texas (11/30/05)
3-PT ATT.: 8, twice, vs. UTEP (11/26/04)
FT MADE: 8, twice, at Stanford (2/16/06)
FT ATT.: 9 at Stanford (2/16/06)
ASSISTS: 5 vs. California (2/5/05)
REBOUNDS: 7 at Oregon State (1/14/06)
MINUTES: 41 at Oregon State (1/14/06)
STEALS: 3 at Oregon (1/12/06)
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