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2005-06 Notes: Saw action in every game this season and made 17 starts, including the last 14 of the season ... Averaged 6.0 points and a career best 2.5 points ... Blocked a career best seven shots ... Grabbed two rebounds and dished three assists against Rice (Nov. 18) ... Led the Golden Eagles with 17 points against Eastern Washington (Nov. 23) ... Matched his season high five rebounds against South Dakota State (Dec. 3) ... Was perfect from beyond the arc sinking both his three-point attempts against Valparaiso (Dec. 7) ... Grabbed two rebounds for the fifth straight game against Delaware State (Dec. 22) ... In his first start of the season against Lewis (Dec. 28), he tallied 11 points, his second double digit scoring effort of the season, and grabbed a season high seven rebounds ... Dished a career best six assists against Lewis ... In his second consecutive start against no. 2 Connecticut (Jan. 3) he recorded his third double digit point performance of the season with 12 on two three pointers and all six of his attempts from the charity stripe ... had a seven point performance including two crucial free throws with 18 seconds left in the game to seal the 67-63 win over Seton Hall (Jan. 11) ... Came off the bench and registered a season best 18 points at No. 16/23 West Virginia (Jan. 14) for his fourth double figured performance of the season ... Topped his pervious career best attempts from the floor and Made all but one of his attempts from the floor sinking a career best seven field goals against West Virginia ... One of four Golden Eagles to score in double figures at DePaul (Jan. 17) tallying 11 points in his fourth appearance in the starting lineup this season ... Was perfect from long range going 3-for-3 for the second time this season ... Has started in the last four games ... Has made two of his attempts from the floor the last three games ... Grabbed six rebounds, his most since the Lewis game, against St. John's (Feb. 1) including a season best four offensive boards ... recorded his sixth double figured scoring performance, first in five games, with 11 points at Villanova (Feb. 4) ... Was perfect from long range for the second time this season making all three of his attempts at Villanova ... Dished four assists for the second consecutive game at Rutgers (Feb. 12), his most since late December ... scored all six of his points from three-point range at Rutgers ... Made a crucial three pointer with 2:37 left in the game to give marquette a two point lead, 51-49, and added two free throws with 12 seconds remaining in the game to help it clinch the 57-51 win over Georgetown (Feb. 16) ... Had another solid 25-minute performance against Pittsburgh (Feb. 18) scoring nine points including a clutch free throw with less than one second remaining in the game to seal the win ... One of four Golden Eagles to register 10 or more points at Notre Dame, scoring 11.
2004-05 Notes: Played in all 31 games, making 22 starts, including 14 of the last 15 games... Averaged a career-high 8.1 points and 2.0 rebounds... Assumed point guard duty as a result of injuries to Travis Diener... Recorded a career-best 40 three pointers; third most on the team... Averaged 9.3 points and 3.3 rebounds over the final six games... Made 15 threes in the final seven games... Had a career-best 36 assists... Made 27 threes during conference play; second most on the team... Played 30+ minutes in eight of the team's final nine games... Had 11 double-figure scoring games... Recorded three or more rebounds 11 times... Averaged 10.7 points and shot 48.5-percent from three in MU's seven games during the month of February... Scored a career-high 21 points against UAB, which included a career-high 5 three-point field goals (Feb. 2)... Played a career-high 41 minutes in double-overtime victory over Saint Louis (Jan. 29)... Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against Cincinnati (Feb. 24)... Dished out a career-high five assists against Houston (Mar. 2)... Scored 13 points and pulled down five rebounds in the Blue & Gold Championship game against Kent State (Nov. 20)... Averaged 14.0 points and 5.5 rebounds in Blue & Gold Classic... Named to the Blue & Gold Classic All-Tournament Team... Had nine points in 19 minutes off the bench in the victory over Wisconsin (Dec. 11)... Had 14 points and two steals in 20-point victory over Nebraska (Dec. 21)... Scored 14 points, including the overtime-forcing three-point field goal, against St. Louis (Jan. 29)... Had 11 points and three rebounds in one-point loss to #12 Louisville (Feb. 17)... Recipient of MU's year-end Hit the Deck Award.
003-04 Notes: Played in all 31 games, making 15 starts... A starter in MU's first 14 games... Played 10 or more minutes in 26 games... Recorded a career-high 13 points on three occasions (Nov. 21 vs. Valparaiso; Mar. 15 vs. Toledo; Mar. 23 vs. Boise State)... Had a career-high six rebounds vs. Arizona (Dec. 13)... Recorded five or more points 14 times... Third on the team with 18 three-point field goals... Fifth on the team with 18 steals... Averaged 5.7 points and 2.3 rebounds as a starter, 3.8 points and 1.1 rebound as a reserve... Recorded nine points and two rebounds vs. Valparaiso (Nov. 22), helping lead MU to its fifth consecutive Pepsi Blue & Gold Classic Championship... Had nine points, six rebounds and two assists vs. Arizona (Dec. 13)... Had seven points and four rebounds in a career-high 26 minutes vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 20 )... Closed out December by recording seven points against Florida A&M (Dec. 22) and nine points against Sacred Heart (Dec. 29)... Averaged 7.0 points and 3.3 rebounds over a six-game stretch from Dec. 5-29... Tied his career-high with three assists on three occasions (Dec. 29 vs. Sacred Heart; Jan. 20 vs. Charlotte; Feb. 7 vs. DePaul)... Had three points and three steals in victory over Louisville (Mar. 6)... Recorded 13 points, three rebounds and two steals in NIT first round victory over Toledo... Connected on 5-of-13 three-point field goals during postseason NIT play... Averaged 9.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals in MU's three postseason NIT games... Recipient of MU's year-end Super Sub and Hit the Deck Awards.
2002-03 Notes: Came off the bench in each of MU's 33 games and averaged 9.6 minutes per outing ... Hit all four of his three-point field goal attempts, two in each game, in NCAA Tourney games vs. Holy Cross (Mar. 20) and Missouri (Mar. 22) ... Finished with six points in each contest and tied his season high with five boards vs. Holy Cross ... Recipient of the team's year-end Hit the Deck Award, awarded to the player that takes the most charges during practice and games ... Hit both field goal attempts and finished with four points while coming up with a season-high two steals against UAB (Mar. 1) ... Good defensive outing with four rebounds and one steal in 15 minutes (tying season long in a conference game) against Louisville (Feb. 27) ... Good game off the bench vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 1), hitting both field goal attempts en route to five points while grabbing three rebounds in 12 minutes ... Registered five points, tied his season high with three assists and grabbed five rebounds vs. South Florida (Jan. 11) ... Played a season-long 22 minutes at Dayton (Jan. 4) and registered five points and two rebounds ... Hit a season-high tying three field goals and finished with six points, along with four boards vs. Grambling (Dec. 28) ... Scored in 18 contests including a seven-point afternoon against Appalachian State (Dec. 7) that saw him hit three field goals in five attempts ... Had rebounds to his credit in 21 appearances ... Turned in an eight-point performance vs. Texas-San Antonio (Nov. 23) in the championship game of the Pepsi Blue and Gold Classic.
High School Notes: Comes to the Marquette from Bloom High School where he averaged 20.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game as a senior ... Shot 50 percent from three-point range his final year ... Was coached in high school by Gary Meyer, a member of the Illinois high School Basketball Hall of Fame ... Daily Southtown All-Area honoree on two occasions ... Co-MVP of the North Team in the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association AA All-Star Game ... Earned three letters and was a two-time captain ... Two time all-state selection ... Named the co-MVP of his conference in 2001-02 ... Chosen to All-Tournament Teams at Bloom Township and the Big Dipper ... As a junior, he averaged 22 points and 10.0 boards per contest ... Regarded as a fierce competitor who played through injuries ... Finished his prep career with more than 1, 300 points and 500 rebounds ... Played AAU ball for the Illinois Wolverines under Ron Newquist ... At the 2001 AAU national tournament in Orlando, he was named second team All-American ... Chose Marquette after considering Illinois, Bradley, Illinois State, Indiana, and Michigan State.
Personal: Born Aug. 22, 1984 ... Son of Stephanie Chapman and Joe Oden...Has a brother, Antoine, and sister, Ciearra... Majors in Communications Studies.
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