Don't have an account? Click Here
MBB Renewals

  Shawn Redhage
Shawn Redhage

Player Profile
Lincoln, Neb.

High School:
Lincoln East H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 225


B.S., 2007:
Construction (General Building Construction), Magna Cum Laude.

Catching up with Redhage (Arizona Republic/May 18, 2011)

Six-time MVP Redhage ready for hard work to get back ( 10, 2011) interview with Shawn Redhage after making 2008 Australian Olympic Team (July, 2008)

One of the top student-athletes at Arizona State and in the Pac-10 during his career (1999-2003) as he has posted a 3.61 grade point average and earned Pac-10 All-Academic honors three times. Earned All-Tournament honors at three different venues (Puerto Rico Shootout in the fall of 1999 and Holiday Classic and NABC Classic in early 2000). Nicknamed Charlie Hustle by current NBA player and ASU career-leading scorer Eddie House in 1999-2000. Finished his B.S. in Construction (General Building Construction) in December of 2007 and graduated Magna Cum Laude in a very difficult degree that requires five-years to begin with, as Shawn has played overseas (Australia) since he left ASU after his senior year (2002-2003). Earned 2003 Verizon Academic All-District VIII honors. A three-time Pac-10 All-Academic pick (2001-2003), he made 235-of-303 (.776) free throws in his four-year career and also had 76 blocks, ninth-best in ASU history.

SENIOR SEASON (2002-2003): Posted one of the best performances off the bench in all of college basketball on Feb. 8, 2003, at Washington in ASU's 79-77 overtime win...had a career-high 29 points on 8-of-11 from the floor, and also had career highs in free throws made (11) and attempted (18)...posted season highs in rebounds (eight, but since topped with 12 vs. USC), assists (five) and minutes (34)...on Feb. 13 against USC, he had 16 points (including 8-of-9 from the free throw line) and matched his career-high with 12 rebounds for the second double-double of his career...had 13 double-figure scoring games...posted double digits in 10 of the final 14 games...29 points vs. Washington is the most by a Sun Devil off the bench in school the final seven games, including the final six games in which he started, he averaged 12.9 points...posted second-best scoring night of the season against Memphis in the NCAA Tournament with 18 points...16 points and nine boards vs. Oregon State on March 8 and clinched fourth...16 points and five boards in starting role at No. 23 California on March 1...10 points and seven boards at No. 19 Stanford on Feb. 27...10 points in 17 minutes vs. No. 20 California on Feb. 3...10 points and six boards at top-ranked Arizona on Jan. 22...posted 14 points in 15 minutes against Purdue on Dec. 21...12 points vs. Nevada on Dec. 10.

AWESOME TRIP: Redhage spent two weeks in Spain playing with an 16-person Athletes in Action team in August of 2002. The trip was fun and educational, as Redhage's team learned the Spanish way of life as some games did not start until after 11 p.m. He posted 26 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists in his team's 83-34 win over Frigiliana in a game that was outdoors and under the lights. After 25 hours of travel on airplanes and layovers, the team spent much time relaxing on the beaches while also having Bible study sessions. The food also was interesting, as one day they served him watermelon, bread and pepperoni for breakfast.

FROM THE MIDWEST: Redhage made a solid impact in his rookie year (1999-2000) after following former Sun Devil Alton Mason's trail of coming to Tempe from the Nebraska prep ranks, where Redhage was the consensus pick for Nebraska Player of the Year in 1998-99. He has Division I experience in the family, as brother Jeff played defensive line at Kansas (1995-99) and another brother, Chris, played soccer at Richmond.

JUNIOR SEASON (2001-2002): A Pac-10 All-Academic pick for the second straight year...made 30-of-40 (.750) from the free throw line...had a season-high 13 points at California on Feb. 2 and averaged 16.3 minutes and 5.9 points in the final 15 games...shot 52.8 percent (38-of-72) from the field in that time...played a season-high 24 minutes at Washington State on Jan. 12 and posted eight assists vs. UCLA on Jan. 17...eight points and six boards at UCLA on Feb. 16 in 15 minutes as ASU ended 15-game road losing streak to points in 15 minutes in Jan. 6 win over Pac-10 champion Oregon.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2000-2001): A Pac-10 All-Academic selection...12 points on 6-of-7 shooting against Washington on Feb. 10...16 points vs. UCLA on Jan. 18...14 points and seven boards vs. Pac-10 champion Stanford on Jan. 4...19 points and 12 boards vs. Conference USA Tournament champion Charlotte on Dec. 30...earned ASU Holiday Classic All-Tournament honors...18 points and eight boards, including 9-of-9 free throws, vs. Mercer on Dec. 20...10 points, eight rebounds and six assists at San Diego State on Dec. 16...11 points and six assists vs. Mountain West Conference Tournament champion BYU on Dec. 2...19 points vs. eventual NIT champion Tulsa in season opener and then had 17 vs. Winthrop and earned NABC Classic All-Tournament honors.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1999-2000): Posted double-digits 14 times...matched ASU freshman record with 28 starts...15 points vs. No. 23 Oregon on Feb. 5...16 points, six rebounds and seven assists vs. WSU on Jan. 15...22 points, eight rebounds and five assists vs. Washington on Jan. 13...15 points and seven boards at California on Jan. 8 in double-overtime win...12 points, six rebounds and six assists vs. Santa Clara on Dec. 21...16 points vs. Virginia on Nov. 27...17 points vs. No. 20 Texas on Nov. 25 en route to Puerto Rico Shootout All-Tournament honors.

LINCOLN EAST HIGH SCHOOL: Led team to a 19-3 record in senior season (1998-99)...named Nebraska Player of the Year (honorary captain) and Class A first-team all-state pick by the Omaha World Herald...named Mr. Basketball by the Omaha Convention and Visitor's Bureau...Prep Athlete of the Year by Huskerland Magazine...Lincoln Journal Star first-team All-State for two straight seasons...averaged 21.0 points and 9.4 rebounds in senior year.....ended career as school's career leader for rebounds (554), assists (315) and blocks (235)...second in points with 1,206...ranked 85th according to Bob Gibbons All-Star Sports of Nebraska's 10 players listed in USA Today's preseason state-by-state listing...averaged 22.1 points and nine rebounds in 1997-98...honorable mention All-America pick by USA Today and Street & Smith's...coached in high school by Ed McPherren...scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star game, which led his squad (South) to a 95-73 win...second Lincoln East player (Alex Stivrins in 1979-80) to make the Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska first-team as a junior and senior.

ETC.: Full name is Shawn Michael Redhage...born January 21, 1981 in Jacksonville, Fla....father's name is Jerry and mother is Elizabeth (social worker) accomplished prep soccer player, as he led his team to the state championship and was a three-year letterwinner...played his senior year despite having some injuries to overcome, as he played in the final three games of the year in the state tournament with a broken shooting hand and also had surgery to repair broken right (shooting) hand after his senior season.

Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   3FG-A   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct ORb-DRb  TRb  Avg  PF-FO  Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
1999-00.  32-28   670/20.9  103-198  .520    0-0    .000   59-71   .831  47-71   118  3.7  79-1   63  73  24  10  265/8.3
2000-01.  29-24   650/22.4   76-188  .404    4-15   .267   80-98   .816  56-67   123  4.2  75-3   62  66  22  14  236/8.1
2001-02.  29-0    390/13.4   59-112  .527    2-5    .400   30-40   .750  26-49    75  2.6  56-1   35  30  14   7  150/5.2
2002-03.  32-7    596/18.6   93-188  .495   15-33   .455   66-94   .702  49-74   123  3.8  87-5   58  42  16  11  267/8.3
TOTAL... 122-59  2306/18.9  331-686  .483   21-53   .396  235-303  .776 178-261  439  3.6 297-10 218 211  76  42  918/7.5

CAREER HIGHS FOR SHAWN REDHAGE Points: 29 at Washington (2-8-03) Rebounds: 12, twice, vs. USC (2-13-03) Assists: 7, twice, vs. #9 UCLA (1-17-02) Minutes: 37, three times, vs. Memphis (3-20-03) Field Goals Made: 8, twice, at Washington (2-8-03) Field Goals Att.: 13, twice, at #23 California (3-1-03) Steals: 3 at USC (2-15-01) Free Throws Made: 11 at Washington (2-8-03) Free Throws Attempted: 18 at Washington (2-8-03) Blocks: 5, twice, vs. #2 Stanford (1-4-01)

Arizona State Sun Devils Men's Basketball
FB Renewals