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#23 Bryan Bostic
Position: Small Forward
Other Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
City/State: Norcross, Ga.
High School: Norcross H.S.
Bryan Bostic
Courtesy: Presbyterian College Athletics
Release: 10/10/2007

SENIOR SEASON

Co-Captain ... Provides great leadership ... Worked hard this summer ... Knee injury a year ago ... 100% rehabilitated ... Great 3 point shooter ... Can drive and shoot a pull up jumper ... Plays both 2 guard and small forward ... Played at a great high school program at Norcross under Eddie Martin.

 

JUNIOR SEASON

Named to the NCAA Division I All-Independent Honorable Mention team ... One of two Blue Hose to conclude PC’s first NCAA Division I season averaging in double figures ... Played in all 30 PC games, starting 29 ... His 10.0 points per game average in 2007-08 was a career-high ... Ended junior season with 828 career points, placing him well within striking distance of joining the 1,000-point club at Presbyterian College ... He would be the 19th individual under Gregg Nibert to accomplish the feat ... Scored in double figures in 18 of PC’s 30 games ... Scored 14 or more in six of the 18 games ... Scored a career-high 21 points against the University of Georgia (12/30) ... had one stretch during early part of season where he scored in double figures in a team-best seven consecutive games ... It started with his 12 points against St. Bonaventure (11/18) at the BTI Invitational and concluded with his 15 against Coastal Carolina (12/7) ... During the time frame he also scored 10 against Clemson (11/21), 14 against Army (11/24), 11 against Central Florida (11/28), 17 in PC’s home win over Radford (12/1) and 13 against Liberty (12/7) ... He picked up eight points against Ohio State (12/15) before making it double digits in eight out of nine games with 14 against UC Davis (12/17) ... Led the Blue Hose at the charity stripe for those who attempted 40 or more free throws for the second consecutive season in 2007-08, hitting 73.6 percent (53-of-72) of his free throws ... Averaged a team second-best 4.4 rebounds per game ... Brought in five or more rebounds in 16 of PC’s 30 games ... Picked up a season-high nine rebounds in PC’s win over Carver Bible College (2/16) ... Named PC SAAC Student- Athlete of the Week during week 14 of 2007-08 school year.

 

SOPHOMORE SEASON

Led league in three-point field goal percentage for much of season ... Finished the regular season shooting team-best and league second-best 47% from beyond the arc ... Started 27of PC’s 29 games in the regular season ... Third-best on team at end of year in points-per-game (9.3) ... Second best on team in rebounds (5.4) ... Scored then career high 19 points in two games, netting 19 in home win over Wingate (2/12) and 19 in win over nationally-ranked Montevallo (12/30) ... Made season best eight field goals in the Wingate victory (2/12) ... Brought down career-high 10 rebounds against USC Upstate (12/05) ... Career-best five assists in win over North Greenville (11/21).

 

FRESHMAN SEASON

Played in 34 games making 17 starts ... Hampered by ankle injury during closing games of the year ... Averaged 7.6 points and 1.6 assists-per-game ... Netted double figure points in 15 contests ... Scored 14 points in his first collegiate contest against nationally ranked University of Nebraska-Omaha (11/11) ... Tallied 14 points in conference road victory over Mars Hill College (2/4) ... Scored a season high 17 points on 7/9 shooting in win over Newberry College (1/18).

 

HIGH SCHOOL

2005 graduate of Norcross High School where he played for Coach Eddie Martin ... Averaged 15 points and 6 rebounds his senior season ... Team finished 31-1 with the only loss coming in the State Championship game ... Named All-County his senior year.

 

PERSONAL

Bryan Bostic ... Born April 22, 1987 in Wiesbaden, Germany ... Son of Evelyn and Carroll Bostic ... Majoring in Business.
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Volleyball's Rachel Hall and football's Ugonna Akoh were named Presbyterian College's Female and Male Athletes of the Week for their accomplishments for the week ending October 20.