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6-10 / 230
Appeared in 32 of the team's 37 games, including 22 starts...saved his best season for last as he averaged 3.6 points, 3.2 rebounds and shot .636 from the field (42-for-66) in 14.4 minutes per game...started 18 of WSU's first 19 games...had breakout game against Eastern Washington (Dec. 3) with 20 points and 13 rebounds for first career double-double...two games later had second double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds in win over Santa Clara (Dec. 11)...got start against Pittsburgh in CBI Championship Series and played his most minutes since at Idaho (Dec. 12), playing 27 minutes with nine points while tying his career high with two assists...earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
Appeared in 26 games...scored first points of the season (five) against Sacramento State (Nov. 30), while tying career high with five rebounds...scored two points in five minutes in WSU's victory over Gonzaga (Dec. 8)...scored a point and grabbed three rebounds in nine minutes in win over Washington (Jan. 30)...scored in three of Cougars' four NIT games notching three points against Oklahoma State (March 21) and two on 2-for-2 from the free throw line in the semifinals against Wichita State in New York (March 29).
Appeared in 17 games, notching his only career start...tied his career high with six points including a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line and a career high five rebounds in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 13)...contributed a career high 23 minutes in a Cougar victory over Air Force (Dec. 12)...finished with four points and five rebounds...also grabbed a personal Pac-10 high four rebounds and two blocks in a game against Stanford (Jan. 16)...missed the final 10 games for the Cougars after suffering a sprained ankle at the end of January...averaged a solid 10 minutes coming off the bench for the Cougars.
Appeared in 11 games...played a season-high 10 minutes to go along with his first bucket as a Cougar in the opener against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 15)...blocked a career-high three shots in the opener...tallied career-highs with six points and three rebounds in just five minutes in WSU's victory over Idaho State (Dec. 2)...played a personal Pac-10 most eight minutes at Oregon State (Jan. 15) in WSU's 61-57 overtime victory...played an important three minutes at No. 20/15 UCLA (Feb. 21) in the Cougars' 82-81 upset...tied Pac-10 best with a rebound against Oregon (March 11) in two minutes at the Pac-10 Tournament.
Played two years at Edmonds-Woodway High School before earning two letters at Kings High School...led FRESHMAN squad to an 18-2 record and first-place conference finish at EWHS...as a SOPHOMORE, junior varsity squad finished 18-2, placing first in the WesCo South...JUNIOR season averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and five blocks a game for Kings HS as team won the conference and district championships and placed second in State...earned team's "Mr. Clutch Award"...named Cascade Conference MVP as a SENIOR...averaged 18 points, 10 boards and six blocks...team placed first in conference...a McDonald's All-America nominee and team MVP despite a broken wrist.
Born Charles Paul Enquist in June of 1988 in Seattle...parents Paul and Lisa Enquist...younger brother Oliver rowed for the men's crew team at Washington...father Paul was a member of the WSU rowing team and won a gold medal in double sculls at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles...graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering in May of 2012.
Minutes: 31 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
Points: 20 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
Field Goals Made: 7 (twice) vs. Santa Clara, 12/11/11
Field Goal Attempts: 8 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
3-Pt Field Goals Made: None
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: None
Free Throws Made: 6 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
Free Throws Attempted: 8 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
Rebounds: 13 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/3/11
Assists: 2 (twice) vs. Pittsburgh, 3/26/12
Blocks: 3 vs. Mississippi Valley State, 11/15/08
Steals: 2 at Portland, 11/20/11
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