Honoring another 10 from Weber State 50th anniversary team

Mar 6 2013 - 12:12am

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Bob Davis
• Played two seasons from 1970-72.
• Won Big Sky title each season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Ranks 19th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in school history and 14th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Had the third best single-season scoring average in school history as a senior in 1971-72.
• Ranks 13th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fifth in school history in career rebounding average at 10.7 per game.
Jimmy DeGraffenried
• Played two seasons from 1970-72.
• Won Big Sky title each season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Ranks 19th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in school history and 14th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Had the third best single-season scoring average in school history as a senior in 1971-72.
• Ranks 13th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fifth in school history in career rebounding average at 10.7 per game.
Al DeWitt
• Played four seasons from 1972-76.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1975-76.
• Ranks 20th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Ranks fifth in WSU history and 23rd in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Has the seventh best career rebounding average in school history.
• Had 23 rebounds in one game, the eighth most in a game in WSU history.
• Was drafted in the seventh round of the 1976 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.
Royal Edwards
• Played four seasons from 1979-83.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1982-83.
• Was part of two NCAA Tournament teams.
• Ranks 18th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is sixth in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Led the Wildcats in rebounding as a senior at 6.7 per game.
Alex Fisher
• Played three seasons from 1995-98.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games in 1996-97 at 18.8 points per game.
• Ranks 26th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in WSU history and 25th in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Made eight three-pointers in one game, tied for the second most in a game in WSU history.
Eddie Gill
• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each season and was Newcomer of the Year in 1999.
• Had 14 assists in one game, the second most in Weber State history.
• Ranks third in WSU history in career assists and is 12th in Big Sky history in career assists average.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in steals with 178, 13th best in Big Sky history.
• Holds the Weber State school record with nine steals in a game.
• Ranks third in Weber State history and eighth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Was part of the 1999 team that won the Big Sky and beat North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament.
Al Hamilton
• Played three seasons from 1990-93.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks seventh in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Also ranks 11th in WSU history in career scoring average at 17.3 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a junior in 1991-92 at 78.6 percent.
• Ranks 19th in school history in career rebounding.
John Hamilton
• Played four seasons from 2000-04.
• Earned Big Sky All-Conference honors as a senior.
• Ranks 11th in scoring in Weber State history.
• Is second in WSU history and sixth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers with 241.
• Was a part of the 2002-03 WSU team that went undefeated in Big Sky play.
• 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
Sessions Harlan 
• Played two seasons from 1968-70.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both years.
• Averaged 13 or more points per game in each of his two years played.
• Won the Big Sky title both seasons.
• Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both years played.
Todd Harper
• Played four seasons from 1978-82.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Was named the Big Sky’s Top Reserve as a sophomore in 1979-80.
• Ranks eighth in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games as a junior in 1980-81 at 19.4 points per game.
• Also led the conference in free throw percentage in conference games in 1980-81 at 89.3 percent.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to two NCAA Tournaments.
• Was part of the 1979-80 team that won 18 straight games and was nationally ranked, finishing 26-3.
Bob Davis
• Played two seasons from 1970-72.
• Won Big Sky title each season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Ranks 19th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in school history and 14th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Had the third best single-season scoring average in school history as a senior in 1971-72.
• Ranks 13th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fifth in school history in career rebounding average at 10.7 per game.
Jimmy DeGraffenried
• Played two seasons from 1970-72.
• Won Big Sky title each season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each of his two seasons.
• Ranks 19th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in school history and 14th in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 19.7 per game.
• Had the third best single-season scoring average in school history as a senior in 1971-72.
• Ranks 13th in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Is fifth in school history in career rebounding average at 10.7 per game.
Al DeWitt
• Played four seasons from 1972-76.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1975-76.
• Ranks 20th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Ranks fifth in WSU history and 23rd in Big Sky history in career rebounds.
• Has the seventh best career rebounding average in school history.
• Had 23 rebounds in one game, the eighth most in a game in WSU history.
• Was drafted in the seventh round of the 1976 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers.
Royal Edwards
• Played four seasons from 1979-83.
• Earned Second Team All-Big Sky honors as a senior in 1982-83.
• Was part of two NCAA Tournament teams.
• Ranks 18th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is sixth in WSU history in career rebounding.
• Led the Wildcats in rebounding as a senior at 6.7 per game.
Alex Fisher
• Played three seasons from 1995-98.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a junior in 1996-97.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games in 1996-97 at 18.8 points per game.
• Ranks 26th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is fourth in WSU history and 25th in Big Sky history in career three-pointers made.
• Made eight three-pointers in one game, tied for the second most in a game in WSU history.
Eddie Gill
• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors each season and was Newcomer of the Year in 1999.
• Had 14 assists in one game, the second most in Weber State history.
• Ranks third in WSU history in career assists and is 12th in Big Sky history in career assists average.
• Is Weber State’s career leader in steals with 178, 13th best in Big Sky history.
• Holds the Weber State school record with nine steals in a game.
• Ranks third in Weber State history and eighth in Big Sky history in career free throw percentage.
• Was part of the 1999 team that won the Big Sky and beat North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament.
Al Hamilton
• Played three seasons from 1990-93.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Ranks seventh in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Also ranks 11th in WSU history in career scoring average at 17.3 per game.
• Led the Big Sky in free throw percentage as a junior in 1991-92 at 78.6 percent.
• Ranks 19th in school history in career rebounding.
John Hamilton
• Played four seasons from 2000-04.
• Earned Big Sky All-Conference honors as a senior.
• Ranks 11th in scoring in Weber State history.
• Is second in WSU history and sixth in Big Sky history in career three-pointers with 241.
• Was a part of the 2002-03 WSU team that went undefeated in Big Sky play.
• 2002-03 team won 17 straight games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing 26-6.
Sessions Harlan 
• Played two seasons from 1968-70.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors both years.
• Averaged 13 or more points per game in each of his two years played.
• Won the Big Sky title both seasons.
• Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament in both years played.
Todd Harper
• Played four seasons from 1978-82.
• Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors in each of his final two seasons.
• Was named the Big Sky’s Top Reserve as a sophomore in 1979-80.
• Ranks eighth in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring in conference games as a junior in 1980-81 at 19.4 points per game.
• Also led the conference in free throw percentage in conference games in 1980-81 at 89.3 percent.
• Won two Big Sky titles and advanced to two NCAA Tournaments.
• Was part of the 1979-80 team that won 18 straight games and was nationally ranked, finishing 26-3.

 

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

Bob Davis 1970-72

Jimmy Degraffenried 1990-96

Al DeWitt 1972-76

Royal Edwards 1979-83

Alex Fisher 1995-98

Eddie Gill 1998-00

Al Hamilton 1990-93

John Hamilton 2000-04

Sessions Harlan 1968-70

Todd Harper 1978-82

 

 

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