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    Evan Washington

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Columbus, OH

    High School:
    Reynoldsburg

    Last College:
    USAFA Prep School

    Height / Weight:
    6-4 / 200

    Position:
    Guard

    Major:
    Social Sciences

    03/22/2011

    Air Force at Santa Clara 3/18/11

    AFA at SCU 3-18-11

    03/22/2011

    Air Force vs. Colorado State 2/26/11

    AFA vs. CSU 2-26-11

    03/22/2011

    Air Force vs. North Dakota 3/15/11

    AFA vs. UND 3-15-11

    03/22/2011

    Air Force vs. TCU 3/2/11

    AFA vs. TCU 3-2-11

    03/15/2011

    Air Force vs. North Dakota (CIT) - March 15, 2011

    Photos from Air Force's game against North Dakota in the CIT.

    2009-10 (Junior)

    Started all 31 games, only Falcon to start every game ... named honorable mention all-MWC ... led team in points (318), rebounds (145), assists (94) and steals (27) ... second player in school history to lead team in all four categories ... career-high 23 points Jan. 30 vs. Wyoming ... named to all-tournament team at Reggie Minton Air Force Classic ... game-high 18 points on 6-of-6 from the field vs. Dickinson State ... also named all-tourney at Sun Bowl Invitational ... team-high 19 points vs. North Carolina Central and Niagara ... tied career-high with eight rebounds vs. Western St., Niagara, CSU and Wyoming ... dished out a career-best seven assists vs. Charleston So. and Wyoming ... tied career-high with three steals vs. New Mexico at MWC Tourney ... finished third in the MWC in minutes played at 34.1 per game... first Falcon to score at least 200 points in each of his first three seasons since current assistant coach Tom Bellairs (1999-2002).

    2008-09 (Sophomore)

    Appeared in all 31 games, started the first 20 ... scored season-high 18 points vs. Colorado State at MWC Championships ... also pulled down game-high seven rebounds against the Rams ... career-high eight rebounds vs. Western State, No. Illinois and New Mexico ... dished out season-high four assists four times ... played season-high 39 minutes at UNC and vs. Utah ... led the team in rebounding (4.5 rpg).

    2007-08 (Freshman)

    Played in all 30 games, starting 29 ... averaged 6.9 points and 3.9 rebounds ... finished second on the team in scoring ... first freshman to score 200 points in a season since Robert Todd in 2000-01 ... second on the team and fourth in the MWC in minutes played (33.5 per game) ... season-high 14 points at Washington State ... season-high seven rebounds at Wake Forest and New Mexico ... had six rebounds at Northern Illinois and vs. BYU ... made two free throws with three seconds left to tie game vs. Radford ... season-high three assists eight different times ... career-high 43 minutes at Wyoming ... had at least three rebounds in 13 of his last 14 games.

    Before Air Force

    Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... first-team all-conference and third-team all-district selection as a senior ... second-team all-conference as a junior ... averaged 17.2 ppg his senior campaign ... led RHS to its first-ever district title ... attended and played basketball at the USAFA Prep School ... led the team in scoring, averaging 14.1 ppg ... second on the team with 94 assists ... shot 49.5 percent from the field as the team produced a 20-10 record ... high school basketball coach was Chris Rider.

    Personal

    Parents are Willie and Deane Washington ... has one brother, Jaleel (18) ... his mother played basketball at the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame ... worked the obstacle course for Basic Cadet Training last summer ... also completed took an aeronautical engineering class ... active in his squadron as the athletic officer ... hobbies include sleeping and eating ... also recruited by American University ... favorite food is BBQ ribs ... favorite movie is Above the Rim ... favorite TV show is The Bernie Mac Show ... favorite book is The Bible ... person in history he would most like to meet is Pete Maravich ... greatest moment in sports was leading his high school team to its first district championship in school history ... credits his parents with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 31.

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