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 Joevan Catron is averaging 17.9 ppg this season.
Fastbreak: Player Spotlight on Joevan Catron
Monday, Dec. 6, 9:30 a.m.

Senior forward Joevan Catron helped the Ducks to a 68-49 home win over Portland State this past Sunday afternoon, and a near upset of No. 9 Missouri three days earlier.

Against Missouri, Catron had 15 points and six boards, making a season-high seven free throws in the game. Five of his six rebounds were of the offensive variety.

Catron registered his ninth career double-double (first of 2010-11 season) in tallying 15 points and 10 rebounds against Portland State. He went 6-of-12 from the field in leading the Ducks to the 19-point win. Catron also addd two steals and two assists.

Catron has led the team in scoring six times this season. He’s reached double-figures in scoring in seven of the eight games in 2010-11.


Click here for Joevan's complete statistics for the weekend games.

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