Great three-point shooter with range ... Team captain ... Will need to provide leadership and improve defensive ability ... Has improved ball handling and passing skills ... Understands game and plays to potential.
Finished year averaging 6.7 points-per-game ... Scored season game-high 16 points in win over Carson-Newman (1/20) ... Started two games and played in all 29 games ... Hit four three-pointers in a single game three times (at Lincoln Memorial, Lenoir-Rhyne, at Carson-Newman) ... Concluded year a team-best 90% from the charity stripe, going 10-for-11 from the free throw line ... Brought down a career-high tying five rebounds in win over Lincoln Memorial (2/7) ... Dished out a season-high four assists in the same game.
Played in 34 contests ... Averaged 5.6 points per-game ... Knocked down 51 three-pointers on the season ranking him 2nd best on the team... Connected on 39% of 3 point attempts to place among conference leaders ... Scored in double figures on 6 occasions, 4 times against conference foes ... Scored 12 points in SAC Tournament semifinal win over Tusculum ... Tallied 16 points and 6 assists in win over Allen University (11/16).
Played all 29 games with 10 starting assignments ... averaged 7.8 ppg, 1.8 rpg, and 1.9 apg ... Shot 39.5% from the floor, 37.1% from three-point range, and 80.0% from the free throw line ... Led team with 49 made three-point field goals ... Scored a career-high 27 points on six-of-10 shooting from beyond the arc in PC’s 83-64 victory over Francis Marion (12/20) ... Scored in double figures on nine occasions ... Tallied 22 points and three assists in PC’s 93-86 road victory over Tusculum (2/23).
2004 graduate of Oviedo High School where he played for legendary coach, Ed Kershner (over 700 career wins) ... Named all-conference after averaging 18.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game ... Led team to 20-4 record his senior year.
Patrick Stephen Kiscaden ... Born November 11, 1985 in