RS-JUNIOR (2004-05) - Appeared in 21 games for the Cougars, including three starts...scored team and season-high 12 points against Gonzaga, Dec. 7...tied career-high four rebounds at Portland, Dec. 18...was 8-for-8 at the foul line...has made 16 consecutive free throws dating back to Jan. 10, 2004.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2003-04) - Played in each of WSU's 29 games, including five starts...scored season-high 19 points off the bench vs. TCU, Dec. 6...averaged 16.7 points over three-game stretch, Dec. 6-20...scored in double figures five times...registered career-high four steals vs. Idaho, Dec. 20 and at Washington, Feb. 19...had seven perfect games at the foul line, including 4-for-4 effort at Montana, Dec. 13...knocked down 25-of-75 (.333) shots from 3-point range.
RS-FRESHMAN (2002-03) - Became integral part of team at midseason...started six of Cougars' final seven games...first start at No. 22 California, Feb. 13...scored season-high 22 points in win over Oregon State, Feb. 22... averaged 18.5 points per game over four-game stretch, (Feb. 20-March 6)...recorded four assists twice, at California and against Washington, March 1...grabbed four rebounds three times...collected two steals five times...scored in double figures five times...was awarded a scholarship near the end of the season.
FRESHMAN (2001-02) - Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL - FRESHMAN - part of State championship team at Rainier Beach...SOPHOMORE - member of 25-6 district championship squad that advanced to the second round of the State tournament...JUNIOR - all-league honorable mention...team went 27-4 and won Metro League and district titles...lost in semifinal game of State tournament...SENIOR - first team All-Metro League selection...team was 28-3 and advanced to the State championship game...captain of Mike Bethea's Vikings...McDonald's All-American nominee.
PERSONAL - Born Randy Dwayne Green Jr., April 26, 1983 in Seattle...parents are Randy and Sheryl Green...hobbies include watching sports, movies, and being with family and friends...pursuing a degree liberal arts and social sciences.
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