|High School:||Ephrata HS|
Played 23 of the team's 37 games...scored a season-high eight points against Grambling State (Nov. 30), going 2-for-5 from 3-point...matched his season high at Idaho (Dec. 7) with eight points, adding a season-high four rebounds...followed up with six points against Santa Clara (Dec. 11)...scored six points and had second career block in first game of CBI Championship Round against Pittsburgh (March 26)...named to the Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team. FRESHMAN (2010-11)
Played 29 of the team's 35 games as a rookie...scored nine points and grabbed eight boards in his Cougar debut against Southern (Nov. 12)...followed with a career-high 12 points in second game against Idaho (Nov. 16)...went 4-for-8 from the field including 3-for-5 from beyond the 3-point arc for 11 points in WSU's win over Gonzaga (Dec. 8)...had biggest Pac-10 game at California (Jan. 13), converting 2-for-3 3-point attempts while shooting .600 from the field for eight points.
Earned four letters under head coach Brandon Everson at Ephrata High School...as a FRESHMAN named second-team All-CWAC...averaged 13.0 points per game...received WIAA Distinguished Scholastic Award...helped lead the Tigers to a 25-2 record as a SOPHOMORE...earned first-team All-CWAC accolades...named to first-team 2A All-State...team won the CWAC District Championship and 2A State Championship...named to first-team 2A All-Tournament...WIAA Distinguished Scholastic Award recipient...sat out the high school season as a JUNIOR with a broken foot...5th leading scorer at Reebok Summer Championship with 22.8 points per game...played in Clash of the Classes Washington-Oregon Basketball Game...led the Tigers to a 22-3 record as a SENIOR...named to pre-season Third Team Best in the West by the Long Beach Press Telegram...named MVP of All-CWAC...broke single-game Washington 2A tournament record with 48 points...named Washington 2A Player of the Year by the Associate Press...first-team All-State...scored eight points in Washington's 116-109 win over Oregon in the 2010 Les Schwab Northwest Shootout.
Born Patrick Simon, August of 1992, in Spokane, Wash....parents Jerry and Cathy...has two brothers, Daniel and Christopher...father Jerry Simon played basketball at Spokane Community College...brother Daniel played basketball at Lewis and Clark State College before transferring to Bellevue Community College... sport management major...transferred following sophomore season.
Minutes: 20 vs. Texas-Pan American (Spokane), 12/10/10
Points: 12 vs. Idaho, 11/16/10
Field Goals Made: 5 vs. Idaho, 11/16/10
Field Goal Attempts: 8 vs. Gonzaga, 12/8/10
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Gonzaga, 12/8/10
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 5 (three times) vs. Butler (Honolulu), 12/25/10
Free Throws Made: 3 vs. Sacramento State, 11/30/10
Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Sacramento State, 11/30/10
Rebounds: 8 vs. Southern, 11/13/10
Assists: 1 (six times) vs. Butler (Honolulu), 12/25/10
Blocks: 1 vs. Oregon, 1/8/11
Steals: 1 vs. Southern, 11/13/10
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