Ranks on WSU's all-time list in 3-point field goals (t-18th - 93) and 3-point field goal attempts (18th - 262).
Played 27 of the team's 37 games, notching 18 starts...missed the first 10 games with a foot injury...moved into the starting lineup after scoring 12 points on 4-for-7 from beyond the 3-point arc against California (Jan. 21)...scored in double-figures again against UCLA (Feb. 4), grabbing seven boards...ended the season with four double-figure scoring performances in final six games...scored a then-career-high 16 points against Wyoming (March 19) in the quarterfinals of the CBI...once again was 4-for-7 from 3-point...followed that with a career-highs with 23 points and 12 rebounds for only career double-double at Oregon State (March 21) in the semifinals of the CBI...averaged 13.7 points and a team-best 6.5 rebounds in the team's six CBI games while shooting .537 (29-for-54) from the field in 30.8 minutes per game...named to the Pac-12 All-Academic second team...ranks third on WSU's single season list for 3-point field goal percentage (.462).
Appeared in all 35 of the Cougars' 31 games, including 32 starts...dished out a career-high five assists in fifth game of the season against Sacramento State (Nov. 30)...scored nine points and grabbed six boards in WSU's opener of the Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii (Dec. 22)...followed with eight rebounds against then-No. 15 Baylor (Dec. 23)...blocked a career-high three shots at UCLA (Dec. 29) playing a then-career high 32 minutes...made game-clinching free throws at Stanford (Jan. 15) and finished with personal Pac-10 high eight rebounds...tied his career high and made Pac-10 best three 3-pointers at Arizona State (Feb. 19), finishing with a Pac-10 high 11 points...played a career-high 33 minutes against UCLA in the regular-season finale (March 5)...scored nine points...scored nine points once again on three 3-pointers against Oklahoma State in the second round of the NIT (March 21)...added seven points in 31 minutes.
Appeared in 28 of the Cougars' 31 games including 21 starts...started his first career game in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 13), grabbing a career-high nine rebounds while adding four points...scored a then career-high nine points at Alaska-Anchorage (Nov. 25) in the Great Alaska Shootout...played a career-high 23 minutes against San Diego in the championship game in Anchorage (Nov. 28)...tied career highs with two assists and one blocked shot...had one of his best all around games with a career-high 13 points and eight rebounds against Portland State in Kennewick (Dec. 19)...was 5-for-6 from the field and 3-for-3 from beyond the 3-point arc against the Vikings...made multiple field goals for the first time in league play (3-for-6), playing a personal Pac-10 best 20 minutes against USC (Feb. 20)...finished with 11 points and four rebounds and was 4-for-4 from the free throw line...earned Pacific-10 All-Academic Second Team honors.
Appeared in 21 games, averaging 6.3 minutes an outing...played a career-high 19 minutes in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 15), notching career highs with four points and six rebounds...hit his first career 3-pointer, finishing with three points in just one minute of action against Sacramento State (Nov. 21)...attempted a career-high seven shots against Canisius (Nov. 25), tying his career high with four points, while dishing out a career-high two assists...played a career Pac-10 best 16 minutes against Stanford (Jan. 10), hitting the second 3-pointer of his career for three points...in five minutes of action against No. 13 UCLA (Jan. 22) went 1-for-2 from beyond the 3-point arc, finishing with three points.
Earned four letters under head coach Craig Reid at Mountain View High School...as a FRESHMAN came off the bench as the team's sixth man...MVHS advanced to the second round of the playoffs...started for the Cougars as a SOPHOMORE...earned second team All-Intermountain Conference accolades...named MVHS's "Most Improved Player"...team won the IMC Championship and advanced to the second round of the playoffs...helped lead Mountain View HS to its best record in school history at 23-3 as a JUNIOR...team won league title and advanced to the final 16 in the State playoffs...was named the IMC Co-Player of the Year...also earned first-team all-conference honors...voted All-State honorable mention...served as team captain and earned school's MVP award...as a SENIOR served as team captain...averaged 19.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.0 blocks per game...led team to IMC championship...earned first-team all-conference...IMC Player of the Year...first-team All-State and first team State tournament team...named McDonald's All-America Nominee...also earned Oregon/Washington Border Wars Tournament MVP.
Born John Abraham Lodwick in July of 1988 in Bend, Ore....parents John and Judy...has two older sisters, Hannah and Sarah...uncle Pete Lodwick played basketball at SMU...sister Hannah competed on the track and field team at Baylor...double-majored in communication and political science and graduated in May of 2012.
Minutes: 35 (twice) at Pittsburgh, 3/30/12
Points: 23 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
Field Goals Made: 8 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
Field Goal Attempts: 12 (twice) vs. Pittsburgh, 3/26/12
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 5 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 8 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
Free Throws Made: 4 (three times) at Pittsburgh, 3/28/12
Free Throws Attempted: 6 vs. Washington, 2/25/12
Rebounds: 12 at Oregon State, 3/21/12
Assists: 5 vs. Sacramento State, 11/30/10
Blocks: 3 at UCLA, 12/29/10
Steals: 3 (twice) vs. UCLA, 2/4/12
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