Andrew Henke

Andrew  Henke


Minnetonka, MN

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215




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MWC Tournament

2007-08 (Junior)

Played in all 30 games ... finished second on the team in scoring (11.3 ppg) and led the team in rebounding (4.5 rpg) ... all-tournament at Air Force Classic and Cougar Hispanic College Fund Challenge ... career-high 21 points vs. TCU ... 6-of-8 from three-point range vs. the Horned Frogs, career-high for makes ... 14 points and career-high 10 rebounds at Colorado State ... only double-double by a Falcon during the season ... team-high 19 points vs. Wyoming ... also had career-high four assists vs. the Cowboys ... team-high 18 points vs. Colorado ... played career-high 36 minutes at CSU, vs. TCU and SDSU at MWC Tourney ... led team 3-pointers made with 60 ... finished fifth in the MWC in three-pointers made (2 per game) and ninth in defensive rebounds (4.23 per game)... scored in double figures in 18 games, including eight of the last nine ... led or tied for the team lead in scoring 12 times, second-most on the squad ... led or tied for the team lead in rebounding 11 times, the most on the squad ... finished the season No. 3 on AFA's career 3-point percentage list at 41.5% (100-241).

2006-07 (Sophomore)

Played in 33 games ... averaged 4.6 points and 1.1 rebounds per game ... season-high 16 points vs. Wyoming in MWC Tournament ... also played season-high 30 minutes vs. the Cowboys ... season-high four rebounds vs. Radford ... season-high three assists vs. Wake Forest, CC, Norfolk St., CSU, TCU ... shot 46.2 percent (49-106) from the field ... team-high 11 points at San Diego State ... season-high three-3-pointers made five times during the season ... named top sixth man at Cable Car Classic with 13 points and three rebounds in title game vs. Santa Clara ... only player outside of the five starters to average more than 10 minutes per game.

2005-06 (Freshman)

Played in 25 games ... averaged 2.5 points and just under one rebound per game ... season-high 10 points against UCCS ... season-high four rebounds against IPFW ... season-high 24 minutes against Miami ... season-high three assists against UCCS and Northern Colorado ... shot 42.9 percent (12-28) from three-point range ... scored four points vs. Wyoming at home and at MWC Tourney ... scored three points in 15 minutes at NCAA Tournament vs. Illinois.

Before Air Force

Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... also lettered one year in track ... led Hopkins High School to the Minnesota Class 4A State Basketball Championship in 2005 ... threw a full-court pass that bounced around before ending up in a teammate's hands, who made a shot while laying on his back, sending the title game into a second-overtime ... the play won an ESPY as the best play of the year ... named to the all-tournament team ... all-state selection as a senior ... finalist for the Minnesota Mr. Basketball Award ... honorable mention All-American by Street and Smith ... two-time first-team all-conference selection ... played in the Minnesota High School All-Star Series ... averaged 13.1 points per game his senior season ... member of academic all-state team ... high school basketball coach was Ken Novak, Jr.


Parents are Brad and Linda Henke ... has one brother, Mitch (24), and one sister, Emma (17) ... Mitch is a 2008 graduate of Santa Clara, where he was a forward on the basketball team ... nickname is Drew ... completed a summer research trip in Buffalo, N.Y. this past summer, helping to research and develop the STOVL model of the F35 JSF with MOOG, Inc. ... also completed Operation Air Force at Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan and worked Basic Cadet Training ... also recruited by Iowa State, Northern Iowa, Minnesota and Santa Clara ... represents all AFA student-athletes as the Student Athlete Advisory Committee Chairman for the Mountain West Conference ... hobbies include golfing, playing cards, singing and playing the guitar ... favorite food is steak (rare) ... favorite TV shows are Entourage and Scrubs ... favorite movie is Stranger then Fiction ... person in history he would most like to meet is Jesus ... credits his family with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 30.

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