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  Christian Polk
Christian Polk

Player Profile
Hometown:
Glendale, Ariz.

High School:
Deer Valley

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 185

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
12/04/1987

01/06/2007

Arizona State vs. Washington (1-6-2007)

12/28/2006

ASU vs. Stanford

Pendergraph registers a game-high 17 points in 71-60 setback.



Christian Polk ASU Career Statistics (2006-2008)

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 2006-07 30-26 883/29.4 131-359 .365 64-203 .315 34-43 .791 8-55 63 2.1 83-2 56 79 7 25 360/12.0 2007-08 22-0 276/12.5 28-81 .346 11-40 .275 11-13 .846 2-26 28 1.3 30-1 11 12 1 10 78/3.5 TOTAL 52-26 1159/22.3 159-440 .361 75-243 .309 45-56 .804 10-81 91 1.8 113-3 67 91 8 35 438/8.4

Christian Polk Career Game-By-Game in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Arizona prep product who transferred to UTEP following 2007-2008 season. Played just under 30 minutes per game in freshmen season (2006-2007) and took full advantage of late summer departures of senior starters Kevin Kruger and Bryson Krueger in Herb Sendek's initial season at ASU. Posted four 20-point games in his first six contests. Best moment at ASU was when he hit the game-winning three-pointer against Iowa on Nov. 25, 2006, in 67-64 Sun Devil victory and also hit three-pointer to send California game into overtime on Dec. 30, 2006. Shot 80.4 percent from the free throw line (45-of-56) in his two-year career.

Started in 26 games in his freshman year (2006-2007) and averaged 29.4 minutes per game, third-most on team and made 64 three-pointers, at the time the second-best by a freshman in ASU history and eighth-best by a freshmen in Pac-10 history. Led team in free throw percentage, hitting 34-of-43 (.791) and averaged 12.0 points per game (seventh-best by a freshmen in ASU history after the 2006-2007 season). Posted 21 double-digit scoring games, including first seven games.

Coached at Deer Valley high school in Glendale, Ariz., by John Fellens, as Polk was the 2005-06 Region Player of the Year and a first-team all-state selection. He averaged 25 points, five boards and four assists per game in senior year and had six 30-point games in senior year, including a 36-point effort against Marcos de Niza on Dec. 17, 2005, as his team won 16 straight games from Nov. 25-Jan. 24, on a team that featured Stanford's Lawrence Hill. Earned MVP honors of the 200-player, seventh annual Reebok/Arizona Preps Fall Showcase held at Grand Canyon University in October of 2005. Earned second-team "Best in the West" honors by the Long Beach Press Telegram in its November of 2005 annual rankings. Full name is Christian Lawrence Polk.

PAC-10 FRESHMEN 3-POINTERS MADE (THROUGH 2007-2008 SEASON)
1. Tajuan Porter (UO), 2006-07 110
2. O.J. Mayo (USC), 2007-08, 88
3. Jason Kapono (UCLA), 1999-00, 82
4. Ty Abbott (ASU), 2007-08, 76
5. Casey Jacobsen (STAN), 1999-00, 74
6. Salim Stoudamire (UA), 2001-02, 73
7. Jason Gardner (UA), 1999-00, 70
8. Mike Bibby (UA), 1996-97, 67
9. Ron Riley (ASU), 1992-93, 66
10. Christian Polk (ASU), 2006-07, 64

ASU FRESHMEN POINTS PER GAME (THROUGH 2007-2008 SEASON)
1. Ike Diogu, 2002-03, 19.0
2. James Harden, 2007-08, 17.8
3. Jamal Faulkner, 1990-91, 15.4
4. Byron Scott, 1979-80, 13.6
5. Ron Riley, 1992-93, 13.0
6. Eddie House, 1996-97, 12.6
7. Mario Bennett, 1991-92, 12.5
8. Christian Polk, 2006-07, 12.0

CAREER HIGHS FOR CHRISTIAN POLK
POINTS: 22, twice, vs. Northern Colorado (11/28/06)
REBOUNDS: 6 at Xavier (12/16/06)
FG MADE: 10 vs. Northern Arizona (11/13/06)
FG ATT.: 26 vs. Northern Arizona (11/13/06)
FT MADE: 6 vs. Davidson (12/22/06)
FT ATT.: 6 vs. Davidson (12/22/06)
STEALS: 3, four times, vs. Florida Gulf Coast (11/28/07)
ASSISTS: 5, twice, vs. Iowa (11/25/06)
MINUTES: 38, twice, at Oregon (2/8/07)

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