Honoring 10 from WSU 50th anniversary team

Mar 7 2013 - 6:00pm

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Lance Allred
• Played two seasons from 2003-05.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 2004-05.
• Ranks 25th in school history in career scoring.
• Ranks eighth in WSU history in career rebounding average at 9.1 per game.
• Led the Big Sky and was third in the country in rebounding in 2004-05 at 12.0 per game.
• Had 348 rebounds as a senior, the ffith most in WSU single-season history.
• Is 24th in Weber State history in career rebounding.
Harold Arceneaux
• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Was Big Sky MVP both seasons.
• Ranks 10th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is first in Weber State history and sixth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 22.6 per game.
• Scored 713 points as a junior in 1998-99, the second most points in a season in WSU history.
• Averaged 34 points a game in two NCAA Tournament games in 1999.
• Scored 36 points in leading Weber State to the NCAA Tournament win over North Carolina.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring as a senior at 23.0 per game, the fourth best in WSU history.
Nolan Archibald
• Played two seasons from 1966-68.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1967-68.
• Was part of the team that captured the Big Sky title as a senior in 1968.
• Was also a part of Weber State’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1968.
• Averaged 15.2 points per game as a junior in 1966-67.
Scott Bamforth
• Is currently in his third season at Weber State.
• Currently ranks 13th in scoring in school history.
• Ranks third in school history and ninth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Currently ranks fourth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Earned First Team All-Conference honors and was Newcomer of the Year in 2010-11.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors in 2011-12.
Jermaine Boyette
• Played three seasons from 2000-03.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Was named Big Sky MVP in 2003 after leading Wildcats to a perfect 14-0 conference record.
• The 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
• Ranks fourth in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring.
• Is seventh in school history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.0 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks second in Weber State history and 16th in Big Sky history in career steals.
Alan Campbell
• Played two seasons from 1984-86.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985-86.
• Averaged 12.2 points and 4.7 assists per game as a senior.
• Ranks in the Weber State top 10 in career assist average at 3.7 per game.
Shawn Campbell
• Played two seasons from 1983-85.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in blocks and ranks 12th in school history in career blocks.
• Is fourth in Big Sky history in career blocks averaged at 2.2 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in blocks in each of his two seasons.
• Has the two best single-season blocks totals in school history.
• Was drafted in the fifth round of the 1985 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns.
Bruce Collins
• Played four years from 1976-80.
• Started all 120 games of his career.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Is Weber State’s career leading scorer with 2,019 points and ranks second in Big Sky history.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in 1979-80 and led WSC to Big Sky title, 26-3 record and a national ranking.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to three NCAA Tournaments.
• Ranks third in WSU history and eighth in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Drafted in the second round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.
Richard Cooper
• Played three seasons from 1970-73.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior.
• Won the Big Sky title in each of his three seasons and advanced to NCAA Tournament three times.
• Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage in 1972-73 at 56.9 percent.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring and rebounding as a senior.
• Ranks ninth in Weber State history in career rebounds.
Ryan Cuff
• Played two seasons from 1995-97.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1996-97.
• Ranks third in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career assist average at 5.3 per game.
• Had the fifth most assists in a season in school history with 152 in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a senior.
• Led the conference in three-pointers made per game as a junior at 2.4.
Lance Allred
• Played two seasons from 2003-05.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 2004-05.
• Ranks 25th in school history in career scoring.
• Ranks eighth in WSU history in career rebounding average at 9.1 per game.
• Led the Big Sky and was third in the country in rebounding in 2004-05 at 12.0 per game.
• Had 348 rebounds as a senior, the ffith most in WSU single-season history.
• Is 24th in Weber State history in career rebounding.
Harold Arceneaux
• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Was Big Sky MVP both seasons.
• Ranks 10th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is first in Weber State history and sixth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 22.6 per game.
• Scored 713 points as a junior in 1998-99, the second most points in a season in WSU history.
• Averaged 34 points a game in two NCAA Tournament games in 1999.
• Scored 36 points in leading Weber State to the NCAA Tournament win over North Carolina.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring as a senior at 23.0 per game, the fourth best in WSU history.
Nolan Archibald
• Played two seasons from 1966-68.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1967-68.
• Was part of the team that captured the Big Sky title as a senior in 1968.
• Was also a part of Weber State’s first NCAA Tournament team in 1968.
• Averaged 15.2 points per game as a junior in 1966-67.
Scott Bamforth
• Is currently in his third season at Weber State.
• Currently ranks 13th in scoring in school history.
• Ranks third in school history and ninth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Currently ranks fourth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Earned First Team All-Conference honors and was Newcomer of the Year in 2010-11.
• Earned Second Team All-Conference honors in 2011-12.
Jermaine Boyette
• Played three seasons from 2000-03.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Was named Big Sky MVP in 2003 after leading Wildcats to a perfect 14-0 conference record.
• The 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
• Ranks fourth in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring.
• Is seventh in school history and 18th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.0 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks second in Weber State history and 16th in Big Sky history in career steals.
Alan Campbell
• Played two seasons from 1984-86.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985-86.
• Averaged 12.2 points and 4.7 assists per game as a senior.
• Ranks in the Weber State top 10 in career assist average at 3.7 per game.
Shawn Campbell
• Played two seasons from 1983-85.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1985.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in blocks and ranks 12th in school history in career blocks.
• Is fourth in Big Sky history in career blocks averaged at 2.2 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in blocks in each of his two seasons.
• Has the two best single-season blocks totals in school history.
• Was drafted in the fifth round of the 1985 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns.
Bruce Collins
• Played four years from 1976-80.
• Started all 120 games of his career.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors all three seasons, one of five WSU players ever to do so.
• Is Weber State’s career leading scorer with 2,019 points and ranks second in Big Sky history.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in 1979-80 and led WSC to Big Sky title, 26-3 record and a national ranking.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to three NCAA Tournaments.
• Ranks third in WSU history and eighth in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Drafted in the second round of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.
Richard Cooper
• Played three seasons from 1970-73.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior.
• Won the Big Sky title in each of his three seasons and advanced to NCAA Tournament three times.
• Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage in 1972-73 at 56.9 percent.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring and rebounding as a senior.
• Ranks ninth in Weber State history in career rebounds.
Ryan Cuff
• Played two seasons from 1995-97.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1996-97.
• Ranks third in WSU history and 18th in Big Sky history in career assist average at 5.3 per game.
• Had the fifth most assists in a season in school history with 152 in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a senior.
• Led the conference in three-pointers made per game as a junior at 2.4.

 

Honoring the first 10 players on Weber State University's 50th anniversary team (See photo for additional statistics):

Lance Allred 2003-05

Harold Arceneaux 1998-00

Nolan Archibald 1966-68

Scott Bamforth 2010-13

Jermaine Boyette 2000-03

Alan Campbell 1984-86

Shawn Campbell 1983-85

Bruce Collins 1976-80

Richard Cooper 1970-73

Ryan Cuff 1995-97

NOTE: Another 10 players will be highlighted on Tuesday

 

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