Ranks on WSU's all-time list in field goal percentage (fifth - .567).
Played and started 34 of the team's 37 games...missed the final three games of the season due to an ankle injury...led the team and Pac-12 with 18.0 points per game, ranking 38th in the country...was sixth in the league with a .554 field goal percentage, ranking 26th in the nation...also led the team and was seventh in the conference with 6.4 rebounds per game...named All-Pac-12 First Team and the league's Most Improved Player...opened the season with double figure points in the first 10-straight games, including 23 against Sacramento State (Nov. 17) and 27 against Santa Clara (Dec. 11)...named Pac-12 Player of the Week for Dec. 5-12...recorded first career double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds against Grambling State (Nov. 30)...had back-to-back 20-plus point games against Oregon State in Spokane (Dec. 31) and at Utah (Jan. 5) with 26 and 27 points, respectively...second double-double came against California (Jan. 21) with 15 points and 10 boards...scored a career-high 34 points at Arizona State (Jan. 28), his only 30-point performance...final double-double came against UCLA (Feb. 4) with 25 points and a career-high 11 rebounds...scored 20-plus in three of the final four full games he played with 27 at USC (March 3), 24 in the first round of the CBI at San Francisco (March 13) and 25 against Wyoming in the second round (March 19)...scored four points in just two minutes before leaving the semifinal game at Oregon State with an ankle injury (March 21)...ranks on the WSU single-season list for scoring (fifth - 613) and field goals (t-fourth - 220).
Started nine games while playing in all 35 games...led the team and Pac-10 in field goal percentage with a .599 clip (106-for-177)...ranked fifth on the team with 7.6 points per game...tied his career high with 14 points in the season opener against Southern (Nov. 13)...made a career best two 3-pointers, converting both his attempts...had a career-high two steals at Fresno State (Nov. 26), adding a career-high seven rebounds in a career-most 30 minutes...tied career high with seven boards against Texas-Pan American (Dec. 10) in Spokane...scored a career-high 19 points against California (Feb. 12)...tied career high with six field goals made and set career best going 7-for-9 from the free throw line...grabbed a personal Pac-10 best six boards at Arizona (Feb. 17)...ranks seventh in the single-season record book for field goal percentage (.599, 106-for-177)...is second amongst Cougar sophomores with his .599 field goal clip.
Appeared in 19 games...played 14 minutes in the season opener against Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 13) where he recorded his first basket (a 3-point field goal) and rebound as a Cougar...recorded his first double-digit scoring performance at home against Arizona (Feb. 6) contributing 10 points in 17 minutes off the bench...scored two points at California (Feb. 13) as he was 1-for-2 in 10 minutes of action...had his best performance of the year at the Pac-10 Tournament against Oregon (Mar. 10) where he supplied the Cougars with a career high 14 points and five rebounds...knocked down his third career 3-pointer and first since Nov. 28...scored six of his points and grabbed all five boards in the first half...shot 56 percent from the field over the course of the season.
PRIOR TO WSU
Played for and trained under head coach Marty Clarke at the Australian Institute of Sport...team went 13-13 during the SEABL season...was named the U21 male youth player of the year in 2008...represented Australia on the U19 team (Emus) in the summer of 2009...led Emus to the Four Nations Tournament title in June with victories over France, Greece and Spain...recorded a double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds in the 96-74 defeat of Greece...led the team in scoring all three games and was named to the tournament's All-Star Five and the Four Nations Tournament MVP...participated in the FIBA U19 World Championship in Auckland, New Zealand in July as team placed fourth with a 7-2 record...led all competitors in the tournament with a .600 field goal percentage...led team and tied for 20th in the tournament with 13.6 points per game...added 4.4 rebounds an outing...scored 22 points and added eight rebounds in the team's opening 88-77 victory over Canada (July 2)...scored double figures in eight of the nine games...was named a member of the Boomers, the Australian National Team, later in July.
Born Brock William Motum in October of 1990 in Brisbane, Australia...father Greg and mother Leonie...younger sister Anna...enjoys listening to music and hanging out with the boys...majoring in psychology at WSU.
Minutes: 40 vs. UCLA, 2/4/12
Points: 34 at Arizona State, 1/28/12
Field Goals Made: 13 at Arizona State, 1/28/12
Field Goal Attempts: 21 at USC, 3/3/12
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 3 (twice) at Utah, 1/5/12
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 5 (twice) vs. Arizona, 2/16/12
Free Throws Made: 10 (twice) vs. Arizona, 2/16/12
Free Throws Attempted: 18 vs. Arizona, 2/16/12
Rebounds: 11 vs. UCLA, 2/4/12
Assists: 5 (twice) at Oregon, 2/11/12
Blocks: 3 vs. Washington, 2/25/12
Steals: 2 (three times) at UCLA, 3/1/12
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