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Daven Harmeling
Daven Harmeling

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Grand Junction, Colo.

High School:
Fruita Monument

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 227

Position:
F

Birthdate:
01/12/1986

Experience:
5V



01/06/2007

Washington State vs. #7 Arizona (Jan. 6, 2007)

Washington State vs. #7 Arizona (Jan. 6, 2007)

12/21/2006

Washington State vs. San Diego State (12-21-2006)

Washington State vs. San Diego State (12-21-2006)

12/05/2006

Washington State 77, Gonzaga 67 - 12/5/06

Washington State 77, Gonzaga 67 - 12/5/06

11/29/2006

vs. Portland (11/29/06)

vs. Portland (11/29/06)

CAREER
Ranks on WSU's all-time list in 3-point field goal percentage (10th - .388), 3-point field goals (15th - 97) and 3-point field goal attempts (16th - 250).

RS-SENIOR (2008-09)
Played in 30 games making 18 starts...missed two games due to injury (shoulder)...was the first man off the bench for the Cougars four times...led WSU in scoring twice...reached double-figures in scoring five times...led team in scoring with 12 points on 4-for-9 shooting from beyond the 3-point arc against No. 4 Pittsburgh in the Championship game of the Legends Classic in Newark, N.J. (Nov. 29)...shot 4-for-5 from 3-point range, scoring a season high 14 points in a non-conference loss to Baylor (Dec.6)...played a season high 32 minutes, setting a career high with six assists in a loss at Arizona (Jan.31), also pulled down a season high six rebounds against the Wildcats...named to the Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team for the third-straight year...earned ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA District VII All-Academic First Team accolades.

RS-JUNIOR (2007-08)
Appeared in 32 games making one start... missed three games due to injury (two for thumb, one for ankle) ...was the first man off the bench for the Cougars 26 times...led WSU in scoring once...reached double figures in scoring eight times...third on team in all 3-point field goal categories, made (35), attempted (93) and percentage (.376)...recorded two four-point plays, the only two for the Cougs on the season...played a season-high 32 minutes, scored 18 points on 8-for-12 shooting and grabbed six rebounds in a come-from-behind victory at Boise State (Nov. 13)...pulled in a career-high seven rebounds against Air Force (Nov. 25)... played 32 minutes again at USC (Jan. 10) and registered season highs for points (19), and 3-pointers made (five)...in WSU's following game at then-No. 5 UCLA (Jan. 12) scored 10 points on 3-for-4 shooting from beyond the 3-point arc...two of his 3-pointers came in the final 30 seconds of the game as the Cougars scored 21 points in the final 1:34, only to have their comeback fall short...made only start of the season at Arizona (Jan. 24) and scored 13 points...scored 13 points against Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament (March 14), including 4-of-4 from beyond the arc...named to the Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team for second-consecutive year.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2006-07)
Appeared in 33 games, including 21 starts...ranked second on team in 3-point field goals made (55) and 3-point field goals attempted (128)...third in scoring average (8.9 ppg)...ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in 3-point field goal percentage (43.0)...missed Texas-San Antonio game (Nov. 17) with sprained ankle...had 11 points in win over UAB (Nov. 10)...scored 11 points in victory over Idaho State (Nov. 21)...was 4-for-5 from the field against Boise State (Nov. 25), including a four-point play which gave the Cougars the lead with 59.6 seconds left...finished with 11 points...recorded 12 points vs. Portland (Nov. 29)...scored a then-career-high 20 points against then-No. 18 Gonzaga (Dec. 5), including a pair of 3-pointers to cap off a 14-1 Cougar run in the last three minutes and lead the Cougars to victory...pulled down a career-high seven rebounds and added 11 points at Idaho (Dec. 9)...scored 13 points in Cougars' victory over Arizona State (Jan. 4)...in 77-73 overtime upset of then-No. 7 Arizona (Jan. 6), set career highs for points (28), field goals (nine), 3-point field goals (seven), assists (four) and minutes played (42)...tied career high seven rebounds and added 14 points at California (Jan. 11)...tallied 14 points at Stanford (Jan. 13)...went 5-for-12 from the field recording 12 points in the Cougars' 72-66 victory over then-No. 20 Arizona (Feb. 1)...knocked down a 3-pointer with 19 seconds remaining the clinch the Cougars' first season sweep of Arizona since 1982-83...scored a team-high 16 points, including a trio of 3-pointers in the 48-47 win over Arizona State (Feb. 3)...registered game-high 26 points in the Cougars' 59-46 victory over California (Feb. 10)...had 11 points in 15 minutes of action against Vanderbilt in second round of NCAA Tournament (March 17)...twice named Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Week (Jan 29-Feb. 4 and Dec. 4-10)...only second Cougar to receive the weekly accolade twice in the same season...his 55 3-point field goals tied for third on WSU sophomore list...named Pacific-10 All-Academic First Team.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06)
Appeared in season opener against UC Riverside (Nov. 19)...dislocated left shoulder against the Highlanders...missed remainder of the season...granted medical hardship.

FRESHMAN (2004-05)
Appeared in 26 games for the Cougars...made first career start at Oregon (Feb. 12)...scored 10 points off the bench in just 13 minutes against Montana State (Nov. 19)...most points by a true freshman in a Cougar opener since Mike Bush had 14 in 1998-99...matched season/career-high 10 points and had season/career-high six rebounds at Oregon State (Feb. 10).

HIGH SCHOOL
Played three varsity seasons for coach Tom Burns at Fruita Monument High School...captain during his final two seasons with the Wildcats...JUNIOR season named first-team All-Southwestern League...named Warrior Classic MVP...All-State honorable mention...averaged 17 points, five rebounds, three assists and two blocks per game...SENIOR season repeated as first-team All-Southwestern League and garnered Southwestern League Player of the Year honors...Denver Post First Team All-State...McDonald's All-America nominee...averaged 21 points, eight rebounds, four assists and 2.5 blocks per outing.

PERSONAL
Born Daven James Harmeling, Jan. 12, 1986 in Delta, Colo....parents Jeff and Mary...older brother Mike and older sister Mindy...enjoys sports, hunting and fishing...received his Bachelors of Science in kinesiology.

CAREER STATS

	                              3-POINT	                    REBOUNDS
YEAR	GP-GS	FGM-FGA	FG%	FGM-FGA	FG%	FTM-FTA	FT%	OFF	DEF	TOT/AVG	PF-DQ	PTS	AVG	AST	TO	BLK	STL	MIN	AVG
2005	26-1	30-84	.357	7-29	.241	7-13	.538	15	23	38/1.5	36-1	74	2.8	12	10	6	4	337	13.0
2006	1-0	2-2	1.000	0-0	.000	0-0	.000	0	3	3/3.0	1-0	4	4.0	0	2	0	0	18	18.0
2007	33-21	102-213	.479	55-128	.430	36-49	.735	8	88	96/2.9	58-0	295	8.9	29	22	11	10	881	26.7
2008	32-1	60-141	.426	35-93	.376	24-31	.774	6	63	69/2.2	53-0	179	5.6	27	17	5	7	674	21.1
2009	30-18	39-120	.325	27-92	.293	10-12	.833	8	40	48/1.6	40-0	115	3.8	29	13	4	4	601	20.0
TOTAL	122-41	233-560	.416	124-342	.363	77-105	.733	37	217	254/2.1	188-1	667	5.5	97	64	26	25	2511	20.6

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