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 2005-06 19-0 207/10.9 16-32 .500 0-0 .000 22-34 .647 13-24 37 1.9 25-0 4 13 9 7 54/2.8
SUN DEVIL DATA: Transferred from UC Davis in summer of 2005 and played one season (2005-2006) before health issues forced him to concentrate on academics, but now is back and is expected to provide frontcourt depth. Finance major layed in 19 games in 2005-2006, first seeing action at Iowa on Dec. 17 after he became eligible following NCAA transfer rules required him to sit the first semester. Shot 50 percent from the field (16-of-32) on the year and had season high eight points vs. Boise State (Dec. 21) and at Washington (Dec. 29). Posted season highs in rebounds (five) at Iowa (Dec. 17) and vs. Boise State. Played season-high 23 minutes vs. Northern Arizona on Dec. 22. Produced great high school numbers and had 23 school records after graduating. A National Honor Society member in high school who also completed more than 300 hours of community service in his four-year high school career.
LOCAL CONNECTION: Goldstein joined a list of Arizona prep products who have played for ASU recently, including Bryson Krueger (Mountain Pointe High School), Greenway's Chad Prewitt (1998-2002), Corona del Sol's Donnell Knight (1999-2003), Phoenix North High School's Tommy Smith (1999-2003) and Mesa Mountain View's Kenny Crandall (1998-99, 2001-2004). Crandall earned his B.I.S. in business and communications in 2004 while Prewitt earned his B.I.S. in business and communications in 2002. Both Knight and Smith have both played professionally since leading ASU to the NCAA Tournament in 2003, its first appearance since 1995.
DESERT MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale...averaged 19.4 points, 12.8 rebounds and 3.8 blocks per game in senior season (2003-2004)...shot 78 percent from the free throw line and 40 percent from the three-point stripe...a first-team all-state pick by the Arizona Republic...a first-team All-Desert Valley Region pick as well as an All-Northeast Valley pick...first-team All-City by Scottsdale Views and an All-Metro pick for Phoenix by Street & Smith's...was captain of the basketball team for two seasons and also was on the golf team for one season...a second-team all-state pick in his junior year.
ETC: Born May 26, 1986 in Scottsdale...father, Bruce, is an orthodontist, and mother, Jill, is a speech pathologist...has an older sister, Danielle...majoring in finance.
CHAD GOLDSTEIN'S ARIZONA STATE STATISTICS Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3P-A Pct FT-A Pct Rb-Avg F-D Ast To Bk St Pts-Avg 05-06 19-0 207-10.9 16-32 .500 0-0 .000 22-34 .647 37-1.9 25-0 4 13 9 7 54-2.8
GETTING TO KNOW CHAD GOLDSTEIN The most interesting thing I did this summer was...visit my girlfriend and family in Maryland.
Pre-meet ritual or superstition...must listen to music.
My biggest pet peeve is...slow drivers.
Best advice ever received and from whom...always work hard (parents).
Teammate who would be a good coach in the future...Steve Jones because he is a positive guy.
Best-dressed teammate...James Harden.
The player who will surprise the most people this year is...Jamelle McMillan.
The most underrated player on the team is...Steve Jones.
Favorite professional athlete...Tiger Woods.
Best restaurant in the Valley...Casa Mia (north Scottsdale).
Favorite Pac-10 road trip...Los Angeles.
Best Sun Devil memory...beating California in double-overtime in 2006.
I'd like to switch places for a day with...Warren Buffett.
Non-sports figure I admire most...my dad.
What I like most about Coach Sendek...he's brilliant and he expects the same out of his players.
When I first met Coach Sendek, I was thinking...this is an absolute steal for ASU.
Funniest teammate...Antwi, by far.
The toughest adjustment to college basketball is...time commitment.
The strongest player on the team is...Jeff.
If I could have lunch with anyone, it would be...my mom. It is always comforting when I am with her.
If I could live anywhere, I would live in...New York City.
The biggest influence on my career was...my parents and Tom Haupf.
My advice to youngsters is...don't sweat the small stuff.
Something most people don't know about me is...that I have to work for everything.
The game I am looking forward to the most this year is...Arizona.
My most prized possession is...my basketball jerseys.