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#11 David Stockton
Position: Guard
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165
Year: Redshirt Graduate
Hometown: Spokane, WA
High School: Gonzaga Prep
Experience: 3 Letters

HIGH SCHOOL:  Attended Spokane's Gonzaga Prep...helped lead Bullpups to 24-6 record...led all scorers with 22 points as Gonzaga Prep defeated Inglemoor 72-64 in overtime to claim fourth place in 2009 Washington State Class 4A Basketball Tournament...quarterbacked football team to 8-2 record as senior.

David Stockton's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2009-10):  Redshirted at Gonzaga University.

FRESHMAN (2010-11):  Appeared in 34 of 35 games off the bench, not seeing action early in season against San Diego State...played 11 minutes, scored 7 points and had 3 assists and no turnovers in collegiate debut against Southern in season opener...first double-digit points game came against Lewis-Clark State College when he scored 10 points while playing a then season-high 24 minutes, hitting 4-of-6 from the field and 2-of-3 from 3-point range...scored season-high 12 points at Portland and 11 at Loyola Marymount for other double-digit games...did not play more than 17 minutes in any of next 10 games following LCSC...played 22 minutes in home loss against Saint Mary's and played no less than 15 minutes over the final 13 games through the West Coast Conference Tournament, including season-high 34 at Portland...provided stabilizing influence on offense...hit big 3-point shot with 6:37 to play against Saint Mary's in WCC title game to give Gonzaga 58-53 lead on way to 75-63 victory...played 8 minutes against St. John's in NCAA Second Round, hitting his only field goal attempt and dishing out a pair of assists, and played 18 minutes against BYU in NCAA Third Round with 4 assists...committed just 37 turnovers in 531 minutes and had more than two turnovers in just five games...assist/turnover ratio of 1.97 led team...season-high 6 assists at Portland, 5 at San Francisco...was put on scholarship at semester break.

SOPHOMORE (2011-12):  First collegiate start came in season and home opener against Eastern Washington, then came off the bench in the final 32 games, averaging 16.8 minutes/game...missed his first three shots of the season against EWU and Washington State, getting in the scoring column with 6 points against Hawai'i in game played in Vancouver, British Columbia...scored in double-digits in three of next four games - 10 vs. Western Michigan, 15 vs. Notre Dame, 9 vs. Illinois and 19 points against Michigan State...against MSU went 5-for-10 from the field and 4-for-6 from 3-point range...in that four-game stretch went 16-for-25 from the field for 64.0 percent, including 11-for-15 from 3-point range for 73.3 percent...his 1.6 assist/turnover ratio was second on the team behind Kevin Pangos' 1.9.

JUNIOR (2012-13):  Played in all 35 games with lone start coming against Lewis-Clark State College when Gary Bell Jr. was given the night off by head coach Mark Few…scored season-high 13 points against the Warriors to best his 12-point performance opening-night against Southern Utah…averaged 18.7 minutes/game with season-high 30 in LCSC start…had career-high 7 assists five times – versus Clemson in Old Spice Classic opener, against LCSC, at home against Saint Mary’s, at Loyola Marymount and against Southern in NCAA Second Round…recorded career-high 6 steals against South Dakota and had 5 against Oklahoma in Old Spice Classic semifinals…averaged team-leading 3.4 assists and 2.7 assist/turnover ratio.

Misc.: Third athlete in immediate family to attend Gonzaga - father John played basketball, mother Nada played volleyball...brother, Houston, plays football for University of Montana, and brother, Michael, plays basketball at Westminster College in Salt Lake City...father, John, played 19 years for Utah Jazz and entered Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009...great-grandfather, Houston Stockton, was triple-threat halfback from 1922-24, Gonzaga going undefeated his senior year of 1924 as he earned All-America honorable mention.