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Derrick Low
Derrick Low

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Honolulu, Hawaii

High School:
Iolani School

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 196

Position:
G

Birthdate:
03/21/1986

Experience:
4V



02/24/2007

Washington State Edges Oregon State, 58-54

Washington State Edges Oregon State, 58-54

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 all-time list in minutes (second - 3,706), 3-point field goal attempts (second - 583), 3-point field goals made (fourth - 220), free throw percentage (sixth - .800), steals (eighth - 145), scoring (11th - 1,288 points), assists (12th - 256), field goal attempts (13th - 1,047), 3-point field goal percentage (14th - .377), steals average (14th - 1.294 per game) and field goals made (14th - 444).

SENIOR (2007-08)
Started all 35 games...named All-Pacific-10 Third Team and National Association of Basketball Coaches District 14 First Team...ranked in the Pac-10 in 3-point field goals made (third - 2.63 per game), steals (seventh - 1.55 per game), minutes played (11th - 33.26) and scoring (13th - 14.8 points per game)...led the team in scoring (493)and field goals made (166) and set the WSU single-season record for 3-point field goals made (92)...ranked second on the team in free throw percentage (.784), steals (50) and minutes played (1,164)...led WSU in scoring 12 times...scored in double figures in 27 of the team's 35 games, including the final 13 contests...had five 20-plus point games...scored 24 of his 26 points in the second half of WSU's game at Boise State (Nov. 13), as the Cougars came back from a six-point halftime deficit for an 86-74 victory...also had a big second-half against Air Force (Nov. 25), scoring all 19 of his points in the second half in the team's come-from-behind victory...had back-to-back 20 and 19 point games against Idaho State (Dec. 23) and North Carolina A&T (Dec. 28)...compiled five steals in those two games...put on a shooting clinic in the final two minutes at UCLA (Jan. 12), scoring all 24 of his points in the second half, including nine points on three 3-pointers in the final two minutes as WSU's comeback fell short, 81-74...tied his season high with six 3-pointers in the game...became the 28th player in Cougar history to score 1,000 points with his 1,000th point as one of 15 points in WSU's win over Oregon State (Jan. 17)...scored his season high a game later with 27 points against Oregon (Jan. 20)...tied his career high with 10 field goals made and had a season-high four steals...scored all 18 points at Arizona State (Jan. 26) from behind the 3-point arc on 6-for-11 shooting...grabbed a career-high six rebounds in the game...put up 21 points at Oregon State (Feb. 14)...averaged 14.3 points in the NCAA Tournament, including 18 points against Notre Dame in the second round (March 22)...ended career with a team-high 14 points against North Carolina in the `Sweet 16' (March 27)...selected to participate in 20th Annual ESPN 3-Point Contest at the `Final Four' and Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.

JUNIOR (2006-07)
Started all 34 games...named All-Pacific-10 First Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches District 14 First Team, and United States Basketball Writers Association District 9 First Team...ranked in the Pac-10 in minutes played (third - 34.41 per game), 3-point field goals (sixth - 2.21 per game) and scoring (15th - 13.7 points per game) scored in double-figures 27 times... led team in scoring, 3-point field goals and minutes played...opened the season with a then-career high 28 points including 6-for-9 from beyond the arc vs. UAB (Nov. 10) at the John Thompson Foundation Classic in Milwaukee...named to the all-tournament team...poured in 22 points in 66-60 victory over Idaho State (Nov. 21)...registered 17 points against Boise State in Spokane (Nov. 25)...tallied 15 points on the strength of 6-for-10 shooting from the field at Utah (Dec. 2)...was 7-for-14 from the field, including 4-for-8 from 3-point land, and recorded 22 points in the upset of No. 18 Gonzaga, 77-67 (Dec. 5)...led the Cougars to a 69-50 victory over Cal State Northridge with a team-high 17 points (Dec. 16)...was 6-for-11 from the field and tallied 14 points at No. 1 UCLA (Dec. 28)...tallied 15 points and five boards at USC (Dec. 30)...scored 14 points and added season-high seven assists against Arizona State (Jan.4)...had a career-night in the 77-74 OT loss to No. 7 Oregon (Jan. 27) with 37 points, including nine treys...the nine 3-pointers tied the WSU record for most in a game... added five steals and five assists...scored 14 points in the Cougars' 88-86 double overtime victory over No. 23 USC (March 3)...scored 15 points in both Pacific-10 Tournament games (vs. Washington, March 8 and USC, March 9)...opened the NCAA tournament with 12 points and three assists in a 70-54 win over Oral Roberts (March 15)...followed that performance with 21 points in a second round loss to Vanderbilt (March 17)...set Cougar single-season record with 1,170 minutes played and tied for sixth at WSU with 75 treys...ranks on WSU's junior single season list in minutes (first - 1,170), 3-point field goals (third - 75), (seventh - 467 points), steals (seventh - 45), 3-point field goal percentage (eighth - .399), field goals (T-eighth - 166)...joined teammate Kyle Weaver as the only two Cougars ever selected to the 12-man 2007 USA Pan American Games men's basketball team...tallied 13 points against Argentina and 14 points against the Virgin Islands...led team USA with 16 points in victory over Panama scoring the last six points of the game...team went 3-0 when he started...averaged 14.3 points in three starts.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06)
Appeared in 20 games, including 19 starts...missed eight games due to a fractured right foot...tallied a career-high 11 assists and added 15 points against UC Riverside (Nov. 19)...first career double-double...most assists in a game by a Cougar since Marcus Moore had 11 vs. USC, Dec. 29, 2001...tied his season-high 15 points and notched a career-high five boards against Wyoming (Nov. 30)...scored 14 points and added career-high five boards vs. Kansas State (Dec. 3)...recorded 13 points and tied his career-high five boards at Oregon State (Feb. 16)...ranks on WSU's sophomore single season list in assists average (10th - 3.2).

FRESHMAN (2004-05)
Started in the final 22 games for the Cougars...earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman Honorable Mention...missed first five games of the season due to a fractured foot...made season debut against No. 25 Gonzaga (Dec. 7) playing 10 minutes off the bench...scored in double figures nine times...his season-high eight assists at USC (Jan. 5) were the most by a Cougar freshman since 2001...had four steals at Arizona State (Jan. 27)...was 4-for-4 from 3-point range and scored 13 points in 70-63 upset win at No. 11 Arizona (Jan. 29)... poured season/career-high 19 points at Oregon (Feb. 12)... went 6-for-6 from the line at Stanford (March 3)...ranks in several categories on WSU's freshman single-game list including 3-point field goal percentage (tied for first shooting 1.000, 4-for-4 at Arizona, Jan. 29), free throw percentage (tied for first shooting 1.000, 6-for-6 at Stanford, March 3), steals (tied for third with four at Arizona State, Jan. 27), assists (tied for fourth with eight against USC, Feb. 5)...ranked on WSU's freshman single season list in several categories including assist/turnover ratio (third - 1.23), assist average (fourth - 2.83 per game), steal average (fourth - 1.13 per game), 3-point field goal attempts (fifth - 78), games started (T-fifth - 22), assists (sixth - 65), minutes played (sixth - 735), steals (T-sixth - 26), and 3-point field goal percentage (eighth - .321).

HIGH SCHOOL
Named the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Player of the Year all four varsity seasons under head coach Mark Mugiishi...first freshman in Hawaii history to win the award...FRESHMAN season led the ILH in scoring at 15 points per game and was named first team All-State...received "Mr. Basketball" honor as top player in the State during his final three seasons at Iolani...named Gatorade Player of the Year in Hawaii in his final three seasons...led Raiders to three straight State titles to close his prep career...tallied game-high 24 points in State title game during his SENIOR season...McDonald's All-America nominee...team won final 72 games in Low's career against schools from Hawaii and posted a 101-4 record against State competition during his four years at Iolani.

PERSONAL
Born March 21, 1986 in Honolulu...father Kenneth...older brother Dustin and younger brother Chase...enjoys playing pool, and ping pong...also played volleyball in high school...majoring in social sciences with minors in communication and sport management.

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	23-22	55-147	.374	25-78	.321	27-31	.871	6	19	25/1.1	42-0	162	7.0	65	53	3	26	735	32.0
2006	20-19	57-144	.396	28-78	.359	24-30	.800	5	35	40/2.0	34-0	166	8.3	63	51	3	24	637	31.9
2007	34-34	166-372	.446	75-188	.399	60-76	.789	8	65	73/2.1	62-0	467	13.7	73	46	5	45	1170	34.4
2008	35-35	166-384	.432	92-239	.385	69-88	.784	8	54	62/1.8	60-0	493	14.1	55	43	3	50	1164	33.3
Career	112-110	444-1047	.424	220-583	.377	180-225	.800	27	173	200/1.8	198- 0	1288	11.5	256	193	14	145	3706	33.1

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