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Finished career at UO ranking first in games played (136 consecutive) … Ranked eighth for career 3-pointers made (185) … Ranked ninth for career free throw percentage (.818) … Ranked tied for 10th all-time for career steals (103) ... Became the 32nd player in school history to eclipse 1,000-point mark (ranks 29th with 1,078 points).
2011-12 | SENIOR SEASON
Started all 34 available games … An honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference selection ... Also named honorable mention academic all-conference ... Averaged career-highs for points (12.2 ppg), rebounds (2.5 rpg), assists (2.7 apg), minutes played (31.4 mpg), field goal percentage (.486), 3-point percentage (.465) and free throw percentage (.871) … His 3-point percentage ranked fourth-best in school history for a single-season … His free throw percentage ranked eighth-best in school history for a single-season … Ranked second in the Pac-12 for 3-point percentage (.465) and seventh for 3-pointers made (73) … Led the team in minutes played (1,069), 3-pointers made (73) and 3-point percentage (.465) … Ranked second on the team in assists (91), 3-pointers made (73) and free throw percentage (.871), while ranking third in scoring average (12.2 ppg), field goal percentage (.486) and field goals made (140) … Had 21 games with 10 or more points, reaching the 20-point mark on four occasions … Matched a career-high with seven assists in March 20 NIT game at Washington ... Had 15 points in March 18 NIT game vs. Iowa ... Scored 15 points (3-of-3 on 3-pointers) in March 13 NIT game vs. LSU ... Tallied 13 points March 3 vs. Utah ... Scored 19 points with a season-high five 3-pointers March 1 vs. Colorado ... Had a season-best for points (25) and matched career-highs for field goals made (10) and attempted (14) Feb. 26 at Oregon State ... Scored 16 points Feb. 11 vs. Washington State ... Had 13 points (all in first half) Feb. 9 vs. Washington ... Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds Jan. 29 vs. Oregon State ... Scored 16 points Jan. 21 vs. UCLA ... Had 20 points Jan. 19 vs. USC ... Scored 10 of his 12 points in the second half Jan. 14 at Arizona ... Scored 13 points Dec. 31 at Washington ... Had 12 points Dec. 29 at Washington State ... Scored 20 points Dec. 22 vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Posted 13 points Dec. 20 vs. NC Central ... Had 13 points Dec. 12 vs. Portland State ... Scored 17 points Dec. 10 vs. Fresno State ... Posted 16 points and career-high seven assists Dec. 3 vs. BYU ... Scored 20 points Nov. 23 at Nebraska ... Tallied 14 points Nov. 20 vs. SE Missouri State ... Had 17 points Nov. 17 vs. Eastern Washington.
2010-11 | JUNIOR SEASON
Played in all 39 games, a starter in 36 ... A second team academic all-conference honoree ... Ranked fifth on the team in scoring (8.2 ppg), field goals made and attempted (112-of-272) ... Had third-best 3-point field goal percentage (.347, 52-of-150) ... Ranked second on team for free throw percentage (.830, 44-of-53) ... Averaged 26.2 minutes per game which was fourth on the team ... Led the squad in scoring twice, reaching double-figures on 16 occasions ... Had 14 points (3-of-5 on 3-pointers) in CBI championship game March 28 against Creighton ... Scored a season-high 20 points in March 21 CBI quarterfinal against Duquesne ... Recorded 10 points in Pac-10 Tournament games against Arizona State (March 9) and UCLA (March 10) ... Scored 14 points March 5 at No. 18 Arizona ... Had 10 points March 3 at Arizona State ... Scored 12 points Feb. 24 against Stanford ... Posted 13 points and team-high five assists Feb. 3 against Washington State ... Had 10 points in Jan. 27 road win over Stanford ... Scored 15 points (6-of-10 FGs) Jan. 22 at Oregon State ... Had 13 points in Jan. 8 game at Washington State ... Scored 13 points Jan. 6 at Washington ... Scored 10 points Dec. 13 against Jacksonville State ... Scored 15 points Dec. 11 against Willamette ... Registered 14 points and three steals Dec. 5 against Portland State ... Had 11 points and five rebounds Nov. 20 against San Jose State.
2009-10 | SOPHOMORE SEASON
One of four players to see action in all 32 games, a starter in five contests … A second team academic all-conference selection ... Averaged 4.2 ppg, 1.0 apg and 0.5 spg … Ranked second on the team in 3-pointers made (26) and attempted (78) … Had five double-figure scoring efforts … Scored 14 points (4-of-8 on 3-pointers) in Dec. 22 home win over Idaho State ... Had a season-high 19 points and career-highs with eight rebounds and six assists in Dec. 16 win over Mississippi Valley State ... Registered six points and five boards in Dec. 12 home game against Saint Mary’s ... Had seven points, six rebounds and two steals in 23 minutes in Dec. 5 road game at Missouri ... Scored 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting in Nov. 28 home win over Montana State ... Had 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting in Nov. 23 home game against Montana ... Scored 13 points (3-of-4 shooting) in 20 minutes of action in the Nov. 13 win over Winston-Salem State.
2008-09 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Played in all 31 games, a starter in 26 … Ranked second on the team in 3-pointers attempted (105) and 3-pointers made (31) … Was second in free throw percentage (.778) … Ranked third on the team in assists (2.0 apg) … Was third in field goals attempted (200) while ranking fifth in field goals made (71) … Ranked fifth on the team in scoring (6.8 ppg) … Had nine double-digit scoring efforts on the season … Scored 11 points to go with two assists and a steal in the Feb. 14 road game against Washington … Had 11 points (going 4-of-6 on field goals) in Jan. 15 home game against Washington … Went for 11 points in Jan. 2 home game against USC … had 12 points, four assists and a season-high four steals in Dec. 29 home win over Long Beach State … Scored 14 points (5-of-9 from the field) in Dec. 20 home win over Portland … Registered 16 points (6-of-9 shooting), season-high six rebounds to go with four assists in Dec. 7 home win over Kansas State … Had a season-high 28 points (10-of-14 shooting, 5-of-6 on 3-pointers) and four assists in Dec. 3 road game against Utah … Scored 11 points and had four assists in Nov. 26 neutral-site game against No. 6 Texas … Recorded 10 points and a season-best six assists in Nov. 25 neutral-site game against top-ranked North Carolina … Had first collegiate start in Nov. 21 road win over UC Irvine, scoring six points to go with four assists.
Averaged 22.9 points and 8.8 assists his senior season for Sunset High School … Rated as the 28th-best point guard by Scout.com (three-star player) and the 33rd-best at that spot by ESPN.com … Was 2008 6A OSAA Player of the Year ... Led Sunset to a 6A third place finish at the 2008 OSAA state tournament at McArthur Court ... A unanimous pick for the state tournament team in his senior campaign ... Named Metro League Player of the Year as a senior ... Named 2008 Athlete of the Year for both the Metro League and Sunset High ... Also a standout in track and field ... Claimed the 6A Oregon state championship in the triple jump in 2008.
Born Garrett T. Sim in Portland, Ore. … Parents are Tim and Amy Sim … Has one brother … High School (Coach): Sunset (Todd Sherwood) … Also ran track … Major is sociology.