45 Will Foster
Will  Foster

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bonney Lake, WA

High School:
White River

Height / Weight:
7-5 / 273

Position:
Center

Birthdate:
03/07/1988

Experience:
3V


High School: Attended White River High, averaging 17.5 ppg and 14 rpg as a senior...All-Seamount League Pierce Division first-team pick...scored in double digits in all 23 games, including career-high 26 against Franklin Pierce, one of seven 20-point games...26 points preceded by 22 points against Lakes and 23 against Washington...from 2003-05 team advanced to Washington State Class 3A Tournament, posting a 56-22 record in those three seasons...streak was snapped in 2006 when team lost in first round of District 3 playoffs...averaged 5.0 ppg and 2.0 rpg as a junior before making remarkable progress as a senior.

Will Foster's Collegiate Career
FRESHMAN (2006-07): Played 30 minutes in nine regular-season appearances off the bench...scored first collegiate points against Idaho and had a season-high 4 points against Loyola Marymount...grabbed 3 rebounds against both Texas San Antonio and LMU...recorded seven blocked shots, four against UTSA and two against Rice...with Abdullahi Kuso and Sean Mallon in foul trouble late in the first half in West Coast Conference Tournament semifinal against San Diego came in and played 5 minutes, blocking a shot and then converting it to a basket on a hook shot in the paint...grabbed 2 rebounds.

SOPHOMORE (2007-08): Was scheduled to redshirt until early-season injury to Josh Heytvelt pressed him into service...appeared in 14 games off the bench...grabbed career-high 5 rebounds against Northern Colorado while playing a career-high 15 minutes...had 3 points twice - against UC Riverside and Northern Colorado...did not play in WCC Tournament or NCAA First Round.

JUNIOR (2008-09): With Robert Sacre injured was called on for more action to give the Bulldogs depth underneath...played season-high 13 minutes against Texas Southern, scoring his first two points of the season...matched career high with 5 rebounds against the Tigers...blocked 2 shots against TSU...turned in one of the strongest performances of his career in 89-79 win at No. 15/25 Tennessee...came off the bench early in second half when Josh Heytvelt picked up his third foul and scored a basket, grabbed four rebounds, had a blocked shot and altered other shots to help spark Gonzaga comeback...played 8 minutes against the Vols...played 12 minutes against Santa Clara, going 1-for-3 from the field with 3 rebounds and a block...scored season-high 4 points and matched career high with 5 rebounds against San Francisco...went 2-for-3 from field against USF...set career high with 6 rebounds at Loyola Marymount and had 3 blocks, one shy of career high...three straight appearances with 2 blocks - at Portland, at Saint Mary's and against Loyola Marymount...matched season-high with 4 points at home against Pepperdine...matched season-high with 13 minutes against Santa Clara in WCC Tournament semifinal, hitting his only shot from the field, grabbing 3 rebounds and getting a steal...played 6 minutes in title game against Saint Mary's, missing his only shot but blocking a shot and grabbing 2 rebounds...for the season scored 25 points, grabbed 36 rebounds and had 17 blocks, all single-season highs...only NCAA Tournament appearance was one minute against North Carolina in Sweet 16.

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