Matt McCraw
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    Matt McCraw

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lakewood, CA

    High School:
    Mayfair

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 185

    Position:
    Guard

    Birthdate:
    08/14/1984

    02/03/2007

    Wyoming at Air Force

    Wyoming at Air Force

    01/20/2007

    SDSU at Air Force

    SDSU at Air Force

    01/06/2007

    UNLV at Air Force

    UNLV at Air Force

    Career
    Enters the season as the school's career leader in three-point percentage at 46.5 percent (141-303) ... fifth on AFA's career list for three-pointers made and ninth in attempts ... No. 3 on the all-time free-throw percentage list at 83.7 percent (113-135).

    2005-06 (Junior)
    Started and played in 30 games ... fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 10.8 points per game ... career-high 19 points against Western State and San Diego State ... career-high six 3-pointers at Colorado State (18 points) ... career-high seven rebounds against Texas-Pan American ... career-high seven assists at UNLV, most by a Falcon for the season ... 4-of-5 from three-point range at NCAA Tournament vs. Illinois ... tied for second on the team in steals (47), 6th in the MWC ... finished third on the team and the MWC in 3-point percentage at 43.2% (70-162) ... made a team-high 70 three-pointers ... shot 45.8 percent from the field and 76.6 percent from the free-throw line ... fourth in the MWC in three-pointers made per game (2.3) ... third on the team with 74 assists ... led the team in assists eight times.

    2004-05 (Sophomore)
    Played in all 30 games his sophomore season, starting 18 ... all-MWC honorable mention ... season-high 18 points in regular-season finale vs. Wyoming ... 17 points vs. Northern Colorado, at St. Mary's and at UNM ... made five 3-point attempts against Marquette, UNC and at UNM ... played a career-best 42 minutes against Lamar ... collected a season-high four rebounds against the Cardinals ... also had four rebounds against CSU at home ... season-high five assists vs. Colorado College and at SDSU ... career-high five steals at BYU ... third on the team in scoring, averaging nine points per game ... led the MWC in three-point percentage (50.9 percent) ... first player in league history to shoot better than 50 percent from three-point range with a minimum of 40 shots made ... 44-of-49 (89.8%) from the free-throw line, the best single-season mark ever at AFA ... had a streak of 20 consecutive free throws made during the season.

    2003-04 (Freshman)
    Played in 27 games ... scored season-high 11 points at Navy ... season-highs of three rebounds and two assists vs. Charleston So. ... tied season-bests with 11 points and three rebounds vs. TX A&M-CC at home ... scored 3.2 points per game and had 18 rebounds ... season-high three 3-pointers vs. the Islanders ... also dished out two assists vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Savannah State ... eight points against New Mexico, second-highest total of season ... season-high 18 minutes vs. Savannah State ... six points at Texas-Pan American, most points in 10 games ... shot 90.9 percent (20-22) from the free-throw line.

    Before Air Force
    Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... also lettered one year in baseball ... two-time all-league selection ... averaged 15.5 points and 4.3 boards per game as a senior ... helped team to CIF championship his freshman season ... attended and played basketball at the USAFA Prep School ... led the squad in assists ... high school basketball coach was David Breig.

    Personal
    Parents are Ronell and Donna McCraw ... has one brother, Marquis (29) ... was a squadron operations officer for Basic Cadet Training last summer ... also completed an academic class ... would like to be the CEO if a company someday ... hobbies include playing video games ... favorite movie is He Got Game ... active in his squadron as a member of the inspection team this year ... favorite food is shrimp scampi ... favorite movie is He Got Game ... greatest moment in sports was making it to the NCAA Tournament last season ... favorite book is Mind Gym ... the person in history he would most like to meet is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... credits his parents with the greatest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 6.

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