2 Jeremy Pargo
High School: Attended Robeson High, playing for coach Charles Redmond who retired following Pargo's senior season...junior year averaged 25 ppg, 8 rpg and 6 assists/game for 15-13 squad that lost to Brother Rice 54-42 in Chicago (UIC) Super-Sectional Class AA Regional final...had 23 points and 6 rebounds in the title game...earned All-State and played in the Old Spice Red Zone All-Star Shootout that features teams from Chicago and New York...scored 15 points, grabbed 5 rebounds and had 5 assists for Chicago in 102-84 loss to New York...named to the All-Public League first team...junior season team won Public League as he averaged 24 ppg, 8 rpg and 7 assists/game...Robeson was upset by Burbank (St. Laurence) 72-58 in semifinal of Chicago (UIC) Super-Sectional Class AA Regional...sophomore season lost in 55-53 to Brother Rice in Chicago (United Center) 1 Super-Sectional Class AA Regional final...freshman season lost to Crane 50-38 in Chicago Super-Sectional Class AA Regional final.
FRESHMAN (2005-06): Had an immediate impact off the bench, getting 16 assists in his first three games including a season-high 7 assists in first-round win over Maryland at the EA Sports Maui Invitational...scored season-high 11 points against Maryland, his only double-digit game of the season...scored 8 points in West Coast Conference Tournament title game against Loyola Marymount, including a big 3-pointer with 3:40 to go that gave Gonzaga 66-61 lead in 68-67 win...had 2 assists and no turnovers in 16 minutes against the Lions...had 6 rebounds twice - against Michigan State in Maui and at Memphis...started two games - at home against Washington State and in Seattle against Oklahoma State in The Battle in Seattle - when Derek Raivio was sidelined early in the game at Washington with a lower back bruise...scored 10 points against Indiana in NCAA Second Round, his second game in double figures...went 2-for-4 from the field, 5-for-6 from the line...played 19 minutes against the Hoosiers...came back with 25 minutes against UCLA, going 1-for-3 from the field, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and just 1 turnover against the Bruins pressure...averaged 17.1 minutes/game for the season.
SOPHOMORE (2006-07): Started all 34 games, one of only two players to do so...equaled career high with 11 points against Baylor in championship game of NIT West Region in Spokane Arena as Gonzaga advanced to the NIT in Madison Square Garden...set career high again with 16 points against then second-ranked North Carolina in NIT semifinal in Madison Square Garden, going 6-for-11 from the field and 4-5 from the line...set career high again with 18 points in win over No. 25 Texas at the Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge in Phoenix, AZ, connecting on 6-of-8 from the field, 1-2 from 3-point range and 5-6 from the line...also matched career high with 7 assists against Longhorns...would set career high points three more times - 21 against No. 6 Duke in Aeorpostale Classic in Madison Square Garden, 22 at Saint Mary's College and 23 at Stanford...scored 11 of his career-high 23 points at Stanford in the second overtime and also had seven rebounds, three assists and three steals as Gonzaga came from 19-5 deficit to win 80-76 in overtime...had career high 11 assists at home against San Francisco, also scoring 11 points for first career points-assists double-double...named WCC Co-Player of the Month for January, averaging 13.3 ppg, 5.0 rpg and 5.8 assists/game as Gonzaga went 7-2 for the month and 6-1 in WCC play...shot 46.9 percent from the field (38-81), 38.5 percent from 3-point range (5-for-13) and 81.3 percent from the line (39-for-48) for the month...recorded eight double-digit scoring games for the month, including the final six; had 5 or more assists in seven games, and 4 or more rebounds in seven games...named to the All-West Coast Conference team...was kneed in the left quad early in WCC Tournament semifinal against San Diego, playing just 20 minutes, going 3-for-5 from the field for 6 points...came back to play 39 minutes in WCC Championship game against Santa Clara, going 3-for-8 from the field and 3-for-5 from the line for 9 points.
JUNIOR (2007-08): Started all 33 games...scored in double-digits in first four games of the season...scored 19 points over the next three games combined, then equaled career high with 23 points against Connecticut in The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase in Boston Garden in 85-82 victory...scored 8 of his points in the final 4:17, including a pair of free throws with less than a minute to play...set career high with 13 assists against Virginia Tech in Great Alaska Shootout, also adding 10 points for his second career points/assists double-double...scored career-high 28 points and almost rallied Gonzaga to victory against Oklahoma in All-College Classic in Oklahoma City...hit five straight shots and scored all of Gonzaga's points in a 12-5 run for 66-65 lead in game Oklahoma won 72-68...went 11-for-18 from field against Sooners...scored 25 points in road loss at No. 1 Memphis, going 9-for-16 from the field, and had 27 in overtime road setback at Saint Mary's as he went 11-for-16 from the field...scored 9 points in OT against SMC...posted third career points/assists double-double with 13 points, 12 assists in home rout of Pepperdine...went scoreless in first half of home rematch with Saint Mary's in showdown for WCC lead as he played just nine minutes after getting into foul trouble, but came back second half to go 6-for-7 from field, 2-for-3 from 3-point range and 4-for-4 from the line for 18 points...has 7 or more assists 12 times and has climbed to fourth on Gonzaga career assists charts with 422 trailing Matt Santangelo (668), Blake Stepp (640) and John Stockton (554)...124 career steals rank 7th...897 career points as he closes in on becoming 30th Bulldog to reach 1,000-point plateau... finished season ranked 13th in WCC in scoring (12.1 ppg), 9th in field goal percentage (149-for-300, 49.7 percent), 1st in assists (6.03/game), 10th in steals (1.42/game) and first in assist/turnover ratio (1.79)...named WCC Player of Year, eighth straight season a Bulldog has won the award, and named to All-WCC team...scored just 4 points in WCC Tournament semifinal against Santa Clara, but hit a pair of big free throws with :35 to play for 51-48 GU lead, Bulldogs going final 5:30 without a field goal...came back with 22 points in title-game loss to host San Diego, going 7-for-13 from field and 8-for-9 from the line...averaged 13,0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 3.0 assists in WCC Tournament to earn All-Tournament honors...scored 18 points against Davidson in NCAA Tournament First Round, going 5-for-10 from the field including 2-for-5 from 3-point range...had 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 steals...named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 14 second team and was an Associated Press honorable mention All-America selection.
SENIOR (2008-09): Made himself available for the June NBA Draft but did not hire an agent...withdrew his name from the draft June 16 and decided to return to Gonzaga for his senior season.
Misc.: Brother, Jannero Pargo, is currently with the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association...Jannero attended Arkansas and was signed by the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent after going undrafted in the 2002 NBA Draft...played for the Toronto Raptors prior to being signed by Chicago.
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