Men's Basketball

Dwyane Wade
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Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Robbins, Ill.

High School:
Richards

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 210

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
01/17/1982

Dwyane Wade

Career Notes: In his two years at Marquette, he became one of the most decorated players in school history ... His 1,281 career points ranks 20th on the school's all-time scoring list ... Recorded a career 19.7 points per game scoring average, good for the No. 2 spot all-time at Marquette ... Other career categories where he ranked prominently included steals (9th, 150), and blocked shots (9th, 79) ... Posted 30 career contests of 20 or more points ... Compiled seven double-doubles ... Became the highest Marquette player ever drafted when the Miami Heat made him the No. 5 overall selection in the 2003 draft held in June.

2002-03 Notes: Became the first Marquette player since 1978 to earn Associated Press First Team All-America honors ... United States Basketball Writers (USBWA) First Team All-American ... National Association of Basketball Coaches Second Team All-American ... Earned a spot on the Wooden Award All-America Team and was one of five finalists for the coveted honor ... Finalist for both the Naismith and Oscar Robertson Awards ... NABC First Team All-District 11 ... Named Conference USA Player of the Year after leading the team and league in scoring in both overall (21.5 ppg) and conference (20.4 ppg) contests ... Also was named C-USA Defensive Player of the Year ... No. 10 among C-USA players in field goal percentage (.501), tied for No. 11 with teammate Robert Jackson in free throw percentage (.779), No. 8 in assists (4.39 apg) and No. 2 in steals (2.15 spg) ... Established a school seasonal scoring record in 2002-03 with 710 points, bettering the previous mark of 689 held by Tony Smith (1989-90) ... Recorded five double doubles during the year ... Came up with MU's first triple double since 1994 when he totaled 29 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in leading the Golden Eagles to an 83-69 win over No. 1-ranked Kentucky (3/29/03) in the Midwest Regional Final ... Was named the Midwest Regional Outstanding Player after compiling 51 points, 14 boards and 15 assists in wins over Pittsburgh (3/27/03) and Kentucky ... His 21.5 points per game average was good for fourth place on the school's seasonal ladder ... Posted double-figure scoring in 31 of the team's 33 games and produced 21 outings of 20 or more points including three of 30 or more points ... Was MU's leading scorer in 24 games and the squad's top board man on 11 occasions ... His 71 steals placed him sixth on the school's seasonal chart ... Recorded 21 games of two or more steals ... Scored a career-high tying 35 points vs. Tulane (1/14/03), sinking a career-high tying 13-of-16 from the floor ... Was named C-USA Player of the Week on five occasions ... Named National Player of the Week by The Sporting News following his 25-point effort against Wisconsin (12/14/02) that saw him hit 11-of-17 from the floor ... Tossed in a game-high 28 points (19 in the second half) and led the club with seven assists and eight boards in a 78-73 win at No. 11-ranked Louisville (2/27/03) ... Hit his first 11 shots from the floor en route to a 23-point first half before finishing with 28 points vs. Eastern Illinois (11/26/02) ... Named C-USA Player of the Week for the fifth time in '02-03 after averaging 27.0 points, 7.0 assists, 5.5 rebounds, 3.0 blocked shots and 2.5 steals in wins over Louisville (Feb. 27) and UAB (Mar. 1) ... Notched his fourth straight and 17th game of 20 or more points when he totaled 26 points against UAB, sinking six-of-10 from the floor and a career-best 14-of-15 from the foul line ... Also recorded seven assists along with a career-high four blocked shots and a game-high four steals ... Named C-USA Co-Player of the Week for his efforts in wins vs. Charlotte (Feb. 20) and TCU (Feb. 22) ... Paced MU in with 22 points vs. TCU (Feb. 22) while contributing a career-high tying 14 rebounds (his third double double of the year), five assists and three steals ... Against Charlotte (Feb. 20), he notched 21 points, while chipping nine boards, five assists and three steals ... Team leader in scoring (15 pts.) and rebounds (9) vs. Louisville (Feb. 15) ... Tied with Steve Novak for team lead in scoring vs. DePaul (Feb. 12) with 17 points while dishing out a season-high eight assists and grabbing seven rebounds ... Team's No. 2 scorer with 18 points and came up with a game-high five steals vs. Wake Forest (Feb. 9) ... Paced the team with four assists, three blocked shots and tied for the team lead with eight boards vs. Saint Louis (Feb. 5) ... Scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 1) and finished with a team-best eight rebounds ... Game-high 25 points against East Carolina (Jan. 29) that saw him hit 10-of-15 from the field ... Had three five-game streaks of 20 or more points this year ... Named C-USA Co-Player of the Week (Jan. 20) following his efforts in wins at Tulane (Jan. 14) and Charlotte (Jan. 18) ... Saw a 28-game double-figure scoring streak come to an end when he finished with six points at Saint Louis (Jan. 7) ... Missed about 10 minutes of the SLU game with a rib injury but returned later ... Posted 17 points and snatched a team-high 10 boards vs. Dayton, then his second double double of the year ... Team-leading 21 point outing at East Carolina (Dec. 30) in 37 minutes ... Came up with a game-high 21 points against South Florida (Jan. 11) ... Three outings of 30-plus points in '01-02 ... Was the team's top point producer in the first eight games including a 29-point effort vs. Elon (Dec. 21) ... Shot 50 percent or better from the floor in 19 games during year including 10 outings of 60 percent or better ... Posted 31 points in 33 minutes vs. Appalachian State (Dec. 7) ... Went 10-of-17 from the floor and 10-of-13 from the charity stripe en route to 32 points, then his second-highest career total, vs. Texas-San Antonio (Nov. 23) in the championship game of the Pepsi Blue and Gold Classic ... His 32 points against UTSA established a Marquette single-game scoring record for a Classic game ... Also posted 13 rebounds vs. UTSA enabling him to register his then third career double double ... Named C-USA Player of the Week following his effort in the Pepsi Blue and Gold Classic, registering a total of 56 points, 20 rebounds and 10 assists in leading the Golden Eagles to their four straight Classic title.

2001-02 Notes: Named a Conference USA First-Team honoree ... Also picked to the NABC All-District 11 First Team ... Selected to the United States Basketall Writers Association All-District V Team ... Nominated by ESPN The Magazine as Shooting Guard of the Year ... Honorable-mention All-America selection by the Associated Press ... Named by Basketball Times as that publication's Newcomer of the Year ... Also chosen as a Second-Team All-American by Basketball Times ... Third-Team All-America honoree as chosen by The Sporting News ... Named as a second-team All-American by CBS Sportsline ... Scored in double figures in the last 17 games including a team-high 18 points vs. Tulsa (Mar. 14) in the NCAA Tournament ... Also paced the squad in rebounds (7), assists (6) and steals (3) in the game vs. the Golden Hurricane ... Led the team in scoring on 19 occasions ... Led the team and held down the No. 8 position among C-USA players in scoring with a 17.8 points per game average ... Team-high 16 points vs. Cincinnati (Mar. 9) in the C-USA Tournament championship game ... Hit 8-of-16 from the floor and ended as the squad's No. 2 point producer vs. Houston (Mar. 8) ... Ended the year as MU's most prolific sophomore scorer with 571 points ... Paced the team and held down the No. 19 position among C-USA players in rebounding (6.6 rpg) ... Led team in scoring in third straight game with 16 points vs. DePaul (Mar. 1) ... Team-high 19 points, along with a team-high seven rebounds, vs. East Carolina (Feb. 26) ... 19-point outing at Cincinnati (Feb. 22) in 36 minutes, his longest stint in a league game ... 14 points vs. Charlotte (Feb. 19) and shared for the team's high in rebounding with seven ... Led the team in rebounds (8) and assists (7) vs. Louisville (Feb. 16) ... Hit 9-of-12 from the floor, including a season-best three treys, in finishing with a game-high 24 points vs. East Carolina (Feb. 6) .... Nine games of 20 or more points ... Named C-USA Player of the Week for period ending Feb. 3 after totaling 49 points, 16 rebounds and eight steals in wins over Tulane (Jan. 29) and Cincinnati (Feb. 2) ... Totaled a game-high 25 points, shooting 9-of-13 from the field, and grabbed a game-high eight boards vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 2) ... Scored in double digits in 31 of his 32 outings ... Led the team and stood 14th on the C-USA ladder in assists (3.44 apg) ... His 110 assists were seventh most by a Marquette sophomore ... Game-high 24 points, hitting on 9-of-13 from the floor, vs. Tulane (Jan. 29) ... Also posted his second straight outing of five steals in the game against the Green Wave and led the team in rebounds with eight ... 13 points and a game-high five steals vs. Saint Louis (Jan. 26) ... Finished No. 1 on the squad and in C-USA in steals with 79 (2.47 spg) ... His 79 steals were the most by a Marquette sophomore and the school's third-highest seasonal total ... Averaged 17.3 points in league outings, good for the No. 9 spot among conference leaders ... Came up with his second career double-double, 15 points and 12 rebounds, vs. TCU (Jan. 23) ... Sank a career-best 13-of-18 from the field (72.2%) and 8-of-10 from the foul line en route to a career-best 35 points at DePaul (Jan. 19), the third highest total by a Marquette player in a C-USA game ... Also paced the team in rebounds with nine and tied a school record for a C-USA contest with six steals against DePaul ... Team-high eight boards vs. UAB (Jan. 15) with five coming on the offensive end, tying a season high ... Scored in double figures in his first 14 games ... Team-best 15 points vs. Louisville (Jan. 9) ... Posted 22 games of two or more steals this year ... Had at least one steal in 29 of his appearances ... Missed the Morris Brown game (Jan. 2) due to a minor knee injury suffered at Wake Forest ... Hit a then season-high 10-of-24 field goal attempts and finished with a game-high 22 points vs. Wake Forest ... Totaled 21 of his team-high 23 points in the second half vs. Wisconsin and shot 72.7 percent (8-of-11) from the floor ... Game's high scorer Dayton (17 pts.) and Fordham (16 pts.) ... 7-of-11 from the floor vs. Fordham and also dished out seven assists in that game ... Named to Blue and Gold Coca Cola Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 18.0 pts., and 5.0 rebounds ... Led team with 17 pts., and 7 rebs. vs. Sam Houston State ... Game-high 19 points and season-best eight assists vs. Texas Southern ... Named Most Oustanding Player of Great Alaska Shootout (64 pts., 23 rebs., 13 asst., in three games) ... Named C-USA Player of the Week for Alaska Shootout effort ... Game-high 21 points and hit winning bucket with 11 seconds left vs. Indiana ... Then season highs in points (30) and assists (8) vs. Tennessee ... Team's top rebounder in 18 contests ... 19-point, 14-rebound performance vs. Chicago State represented his first career double-double ... Team-highs in points (21) and boards (9) vs. Loyola. 2000-01 Notes: Practiced with the team

High School Notes: Averaged 27.0 points an 11.0 rebounds his senior year at Richards High School ... Helped his prep team to a 24-5 record and a berth in the title game of the Class AA Eisenhower Sectional ... Broke the school records for points (676) and steals (106) ... Top vote getter in the balloting for the SICA North All-Conference Team and was selected as the SICA North Player of the Year ... First-team member of the Chicago Tribune All-State Team ... Chosen as the Athlete of the Month by the Chicago Tribune for January (2000) after he averaged 27.3 points, 12.6 rebounds and 3.6 steals per game ... -Rated as the nation's No. 48 player by FOXSports.com ... Chosen as the No. 55 player in the country by analyst Bob Gibbons ... Selected to play in the Wind City/Big Apple Classic All-Star Game that pitted all-stars from Chicago and New York ... Rated as the No. 7 player in the talent-rich state of Illinois by analyst Steve Wacaser ... No. 7 in the voting for the state of Illinois Mr. Basketball Award ... Chosen as the 1999-2000 Daily Southtown/Coca-Cola Boys Basketball Player of the Year ... During his junior season he averaged 20.7 points and 7.6 rebounds and paced the squad with 100 assists and 73 steals.

Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1982 ... His family includes his wife, Siouvaughnn, and son Zaire ... Son of Dwyane Sr., and Jolinda Wade ... Would like to pursue a career in sports broadcasting ... Lists Omar Epps as his favorite actor and He Got Game as his favorite movie

Dwyane Wade's Career Bests

Points

35 vs. Tulane (1/14/03)

35 vs. DePaul (1/19/02)

32 vs. Texas-San Antonio (11/23/02)

31 vs. Appalachian State (12/7/02)

30 vs. Tennessee (11/21/01)

Rebounds

14 vs. TCU (2/22/03)

14 vs. Chicago St. (11/18/01)

13 vs. Texas-San Antonio (11/23/02)

Field Goals

13 vs. Tulane (1/14/03)

13 vs. Eastern Illinois (11/26/02)

13 vs. DePaul (1/19/02)

Field Goal Atts

24 vs. Wake Forest (12/29/01)

23 vs. Missouri (3/22/03)

23 vs. Dayton (1/4/03)

Field Goal Percentage

.813 (13-16) vs. Tulane (1/14/03)

.813 (13-16) vs. Eastern Illinois (11/26/02)

3 pt. Field Goals

3 vs. East Carolina (2/6/02)

3 pt. Field Goal Atts

5 vs. East Carolina (2/26/02)

Free Throws

14 vs. UAB (3/1/03)

Free Throw Atts.

17 vs. Tennessee (11/21/01)

Assists

11 vs Kentucky (3/29/03)

9 vs. TCU (1/23/02)

Steals

7 vs. DePaul (1/25/03)

6 vs. DePaul (1/19/02)

Blocks

4 vs. UAB (3/1/03)

Career Stats

                          3pt
Year  GP-GS FG-FGA  PCT  FG-FGA PCT  FT-FTA  PCT  REB/AV  PTS/AV
01-02 32-32 223-458 .487 18-52 .346 107-155 .690 211/6.6 571/17.8
02-03 33-33 251-501 .501 14-44 .318 194-249 .779 209/6.3 710/21.5
TOT   65-65 474-959 .494 32-96 .333 301-404 .745 420/6.51281/19.7

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