Ranks on WSU's all-time list in assists (second - 465), steals (third - 188), minutes played (third - 3,602), assists average (fifth - 3.84 per game), blocks (seventh - 93), steals average (eighth - 1.55 per game), rebounds (12th - 570), free throws made (12th - 315), blocks average (13th - 0.77 per game), free throw attempts (13th - 440) scoring (17th - 1,162 points) and field goals (19th - 402)... is believed to be the first student-athlete in Pac-10 history to have at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 450 assists, 175 steals and 75 blocked shots in a career.
Started all 35 of WSU's games...named All-Pacific-10 Second Team, Pacific-10 All-Defensive Team, U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Men's All-District IX Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches District 14 First Team and CollegeHoops.net Honorable Mention All-American, Colleginsider.com All-Defensive All-America Team and Rivals.com All-Defensive Second Team... ranked in the Pac-10 in steals (fourth - 1.71 per game), assists (fifth - 4.31 per game), assist/turnover ratio (eighth - 1.56), minutes played (12th - 33.11 per game), rebounding (18th - 5.3 per game) and scoring (20th - 426)...led WSU in steals (60) and free throws made (126) and ranked second on the team in points (12.2 per game), rebounding (184) and assists (151)...led WSU in scoring seven times, rebounding eight times, assists 17 times, steals 19 times and blocked shots 13 times... had 23 double-figure scoring games (including the final six games of the season) and three 20-plus point games (the only three of his career)...recorded a then-career high 19 points including a career-high three 3-pointers (3-for-3) in come-from-behind win at Boise State (Nov. 13)...recorded first double-double of the season with a then-career high 23 points and 11 rebounds in an overtime loss to Stanford (Feb. 2)...game marked first 20-plus point performance of his career...tied his career high for field goals made when he went 8-for-8 from the field with 17 points against USC (Feb. 9)...scored 20 points and added six assists in double-overtime win over Washington on `Senior Day' (March 8)...had second double-double of the season with a career-high 25 points and season-high 12 rebounds in loss to Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament Semifinals (March 14)...earned spots on WSU's single-season lists for steals (tied-fifth - 60) and minutes played (fourth - 1,159)...earned spots on Cougar senior class record lists in assists (tied-first - 151), minutes played (second - 1,159), steals (tied-third - 60), assists average (tied-fifth - 4.3 per game) and steals average (tied-fifth - 1.7 per game).
Appeared in all 34 games, including 33 starts...named All-Pacific-10 First Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches District 14 First Team and Collegeinsider.com Pacific-10 MVP...became the first student-athlete in Pac-10 history to have at least 300 points, 125 rebounds, 125 assists, 50 steals and 35 blocks in the same season...ranked in the Pac-10 in steals (second - 2.18 per game), assists (third - 4.62 per game), assist/turnover ratio (fourth - 1.69), blocks (sixth - 1.18 per game), minutes (sixth - 33.88 per game) and rebounds (16th - 5.6 per game)...led WSU in rebounds (190), assists (157) and steals (74)...registered career-high five blocks against Idaho State (Nov. 21)...scored 16 points in win over No. 18 Gonzaga (Dec. 5)...racked up 16 points, all in the second half, and added 11 rebounds for first career double-double in victory over San Diego State (Dec. 21)...made game-winning shot with 4.2 seconds left in 58-55 win at USC (Dec. 30)...recorded 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in triumph over No. 7 Arizona (Jan. 6)...tallied 14 points, career-high 10 assists and six rebounds at California (Jan. 11)...registered 14 points and career-highs with 13 rebounds, 10 assists and six steals at Stanford (Jan. 13)...marked first triple-double in school history...made 7-of-8 field goal attempts for a season-high 17 points and added eight rebounds vs. Washington (Jan. 20)...tallied 12 points and added six assists in 72-66 victory over No. 20 Arizona (Feb. 1)...registered fifth double-double of the season with 15 points and 13 rebounds against USC (March 3)...averaged 7.5 points, 7.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 2.5 steals in WSU's two NCAA Tournament games...ranks on WSU single-season list in assists (second - 157), steals (second - 74), minutes (second - 1,152), steals average (fourth - 2.18 per game), blocks (seventh - 40), assists average (eighth - 4.62 per game)...earned spots on Cougar junior class record lists in steals (first - 74), assists (second - 157), steals average (second - 2.18 per game), minutes (second - 1,152), blocks (third - 40), assists average (fourth - 4.62 per game), blocks average (fourth - 1.18 per game), and free throws (ninth - 107)...along with teammate Derrick Low, became first Cougars selected to the 12-man 2007 Pan American Games men's basketball team...started for the USA in the first two games...scored four points with two rebounds, one assist and one steal in opening game.
Appeared in 27 games, including 25 starts...led team in assists (107)...fifth in the Pac-10 with 3.96 assists per game...best among Cougars with 39 steals...ranked eighth in the Pac-10 with 1.44 steals per game...fourth in Pac-10 play with 1.35 spg...ninth in the Pac-10 in field goal percentage at 48.3...his 53.0 field goal percentage ranked second in conference play...recorded 116 rebounds and 107 assists to make him the fourth player in Washington State history to have at least 100 in each category during the same season...tallied 10 points, eight boards and seven assists in the season opener against UC Riverside (Nov. 19)...scored 15 points, notched career-high with nine boards and five steals, and led the team with six assists against Wyoming (Nov. 30)...scored 12 points in the first half against Kansas State (Dec. 3)...blocked a 3-point attempt by the Wildcats' Lance Harris as time expired to preserve the 58-57 victory...tallied 15 points in 64-49 win over Arizona State (Dec. 31)...scored career-high 19 points at No. 10 Washington (Jan. 7)...added six rebounds and six assists...tallied eight points, four steals and dished out a career-high nine assists against Oregon (Jan. 19)...notched 12 points, eight boards, five assists, and two steals against Oregon State (Jan. 21)...recorded 14 points, four boards, three assists, and two steals at Stanford (Jan. 26)...was 5-for-7 from the field to tally 10 points against USC (Feb. 11)...added five rebounds, four assists, two steals, and a block...notched 10 points and five boards at Oregon State (Feb. 16)...tallied 10 points, four boards, and recorded a career-high three blocks at Oregon (Feb. 18)...recorded six points, four rebounds, four assists, and four steals before spraining his left ankle during the second half against California (Feb. 23)...missed Stanford game (Feb. 25) with the injury...scored team-high 12 points at Arizona (March 2)...ranks on WSU's sophomore single season list in several categories including assists average (fourth - 3.96 per game), assists (fifth - 107), blocks (sixth - 19), blocks average (sixth - 0.7), steals (sixth - 39), and steals average (seventh - 1.44).
Appeared in 25 games for the Cougars, including 10 starts...first true freshman to start at point guard for WSU in a season opener since Blake Pengelly in 1996-97...scored eight points in 10 minutes off the bench against California (Jan. 2)...tallied 10 points and had seven rebounds at UCLA (Jan. 6) and at USC (Jan. 8)...produced season-high 15 points and eight rebounds against No. 15 Washington (Feb. 19)...ranks on the WSU all-time single season freshman list in assist/turnover ratio (sixth - 1.06), assists average (eighth - 2.00 per game), and assists (T-eighth - 50).
Earned three varsity letters as a guard at Beloit Memorial High under coach Shane Bautch...was named team captain in 2004...averaged 18.1 points during his SENIOR year...led the Knights to a runner-up finish in the Big Eight Conference and an appearance in the Division I State quarterfinals...named first team All-State by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel...named first team all-conference and second team All-State by Associated Press.
Kyle Donovan Weaver...born Feb. 18, 1986...parents LaMont and Jean...older brother LaMont Jr....younger sister Shelsi...worked at Helping Urban Beloit doing community service...officiated basketball games for the Boys and Girls Club...enjoys being with family...pursuing a degree in general studies.