25 David Pendergraft
High School: Earned three varsity letters at Brewster High for coach Tim Taylor...senior season averaged 24.9 ppg as Brewster claimed second straight Washington State Class A title while earning tournament MVP honors to cap a 27-1 campaign...the lone loss was 55-45 to West Valley-Yakima...averaged 17.8 ppg to rank fourth and 9.3 rpg to rank third in State tourney while going 24-for-44 from the field for 54.5 percent and 17-for-28 from the free throw line for 60.7 percent...scored 21 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in title-game win...scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in quarterfinal victory...did all of that after suffering a broken nose after taking an elbow in first-half of opening-round win...averaged 24.5 ppg and 10.0 rpg as a junior, Brewster going perfect 28-0...had five games of 30 or more points...sophomore season Brewster was 20-0 prior to Pendergraft suffering a broken hand that sidelined him for the remainder of the season...Brewster still advanced to the State tournament, going 2-2 to cap a 25-2 season...Brewster was 80-3 in Pendergraft's final three years, 75-1 when Pendergraft was in the lineup...scored 19 points and had 9 rebounds as Washington defeated Oregon 92-79 in June in the Les Schwab Northwest Shootout played at the Chiles Center on the University of Portland campus...went 7-for-12 from the field...scored 14 points for the State in 89-70 loss to the City in the All-State A game held at Gonzaga University in June, 2004...was named Mr. Basketball for the year by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association (WIBCA).
FRESHMAN (2004-05): Was planning to redshirt until Erroll Knight suffered a sprained thumb prior to the season opener and missed five games, Pendergraft brought off redshirt status...playing time remained constant when Knight returned and Nathan Doudney was sidelined for the season after suffering medial collateral ligament injury Dec. 7 at Washington State...played 19 minutes in the season opener against Portland State, missing his only shot, grabbing three rebounds, dishing out two assists and having one turnover...scored his first collegiate point in next outing against Montana, playing 23 minutes, scoring 6 points and grabbing four rebounds...averaged 2.5 ppg through the first 15 games, then scored season-high 14 points at home against Pepperdine, going 5-for-7 from the field, 2-for-4 from 3-point range and 2-for-2 from the line...grabbed season-high 9 rebounds at Loyola Marymount...averaged 12.3 minutes/game, earning a spot on the WCC All-Freshman team...played 15 minutes in WCC Tournament semifinal against San Diego, hitting his only shot for 2 points and grabbing 5 rebounds...scored 2 points in title game against Saint Mary's, going 1-for-2 from the field...grabbed 8 rebounds in the two games...played 8 minutes in the NCAA Tournament, 7 of them in first round against Winthrop...went 2-for-4 from the field against Winthrop for his only 4 points in the tourney...grabbed 4 rebounds against Winthrop.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Appeared in all 33 games off the bench, averaging 17.8 minutes/game...scored season-high 11 points at Washington while playing a season-high 32 minutes...went 5-for-7 from the field against the Huskies in recording his lone double-digit scoring night of the season...career-high 9 rebounds against Eastern Washington in the Spokane Arena, and career-high 4 assists at Memphis...scored all 7 of his points against Loyola Marymount in West Coast Conference Championship game in second half, including a late trey that pulled Gonzaga into a 57-57 tie to go with four free throws...played 21 minutes in NCAA First Round against Xavier and 17 minutes in Second Round against Indiana...scored 7 points against Hoosiers, including 5-for-6 from free throw line...scored seven points and grabbed 5 rebounds in 28 minutes against UCLA in NCAA Sweet Sixteen, filling the gap when Sean Mallon got into early foul trouble...went 2-for-3 from the field, 3-for-5 from the line, dished out three assists and had a block and a steal against the Bruins.
JUNIOR (2006-07): Came off the bench for 32 of 34 games, getting back-to-back starts against Washington and Georgia in place of Sean Mallon...had his first double-digit scoring night of the season with 10 points against Pepperdine the opening weekend of West Coast Conference play for the first of six double-digit scoring games the latter half of the season...matched his career high with 14 points at Stanford as Gonzaga came from 19-5 deficit to win 90-86 in double overtime...scored 10 points the next game at Pepperdine then finished the season with double digits in three of final four games including a then-career-high 15 points against Portland in home finale...matched his career high with nine rebounds at San Francisco in overtime victory final weekend of regular season...named to the West Coast Conference All-Academic squad with a 3.0 GPA in philosophy and English...had an outstanding WCC Tournament, scoring career-high 22 points in semifinals against San Diego, going 8-for-12 from the field, 4-for-6 from 3-point range and 2-for-2 from the line...scored 12 points on 4-for-6 night from the field, including 2-for-4 from 3-point range, and grabbed 7 rebounds in title game against Santa Clara to earn All-WCC Tournament honors...scored 12 points on 5-for-10 from the field and 2-for-3 from 3-point range against Indiana in NCAA Tournament...also grabbed 5 rebounds against the Hoosiers.
SENIOR (2007-08): Started all 32 games to date...started the season going 10-for-19 from the field through the first four games and grabbing 23 rebounds...produced first double-digit game of season with 11 points against Texas Tech at Great Alaska Shootout in a game he played just 20 minutes while fouling out...scored 10 points against Connecticut in Boston Garden in The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase, his 3-pointer with :01 to go in the half giving Gonzaga it's first lead at 45-44...matched his career high with 9 rebounds against San Diego...late in season had five straight double-digit games, going 22-for-34 (64.7 percent) from the field and averaging 12.6 ppg...scored season-high 17 points at San Francisco in that streak...named to the West Coast Conference All-Academic team with 3.16 GPA in philosophy...finished regular season ranked 24th in WCC in scoring (9.2 ppg), 17th in rebounding (4.5 rpg) and 15th in 3-point field goals made (1.30/game)...named to All-WCC team...went 3-for-8 (37.5 percent) from field in WCC Tournament and scored 7 points...grabbed 6 rebounds in title game against host San Diego to surpass 500 career rebounds with 507...averaged 3.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg in tourney...scored 5 points and grabbed a pair of rebounds in 17 minutes before fouling out against Davidson in NCAA Tournament First Round.
02/03/2016 - MBB Hits Road to Loyola Marymount
02/01/2016 - MBB’s Wiltjer Named WCC Player of the Week
01/30/2016 - MBB Dominates San Francisco 86-48
01/29/2016 - MBB Wraps Home Weekend with San Francisco
01/28/2016 - Wiltjer Scores 35, MBB Coasts Past Santa Clara 84-67
01/23/2016 - Second-Half Surge Pushes Gonzaga past Pacific 71-61
01/22/2016 - MBB Looks to Bounce Back at Pacific
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