Played in 12 games, starting the first nine contests of the year … Averaged 12.5 points, 2.3 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game … Finished second on the team 3-point field goals per outing (2.1) and 3-point shooting (.373) … Ranked second on the squad in free throw shooting (.787) … Scored in double figures 11 times … Tallied a season-high 17 points in 21 minutes in the season opener against West Alabama … Shot a season-best 7-for-11 and finished with 16 against Georgia Southern … Went a perfect 6-for-6 at the charity stripe at Southeastern Louisiana … Scored 16 points and grabbed a season-high five boards at Georgia … Poured in 15 points and finished with a season-best four 3-pointers, four assists and three steals against Chattanooga.
2007-09 | NEBRASKA
Played his first two collegiate seasons for head coach Doc Sadler at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb. … Was a key component of a program that won almost 40 games and fell to eventual national champion Kansas in the 2008 Big 12 Championship … Stormed onto the scene as a freshman, starting 19-of-29 games … Averaged 3.9 points and 2.1 assists per game, while hitting 41 percent of his shots and 46 percent from behind the arc … That 3-point percentage was a Nebraska freshman record and third-best percentage in school history … As a sophomore, appeared in 32 games and averaged almost 19 minutes per game … Scored 4.8 points per game and connected on 36 percent of his shots and 37 percent on 3-pointers … An 80 percent shooter from the free throw line.
Played for head coach Luther Tiggs at Sparkman High School in Huntsville, Ala. … Led the Senators to a 59-14 record over his final two seasons, while earning all-state honors in each … Also an all-district and all-region honoree in each his junior and senior seasons, and was the 2006 Super All-Metro MVP … The Senators’ team MVP in his final two seasons … As a senior, averaged 19.7 points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals per game to lead BJHS to a 33-4 record … As a junior, averaged 12.5 points, four rebounds and four assists per game and participated in the North-South All-Star Game, where he was named MVP after scoring 20 points and dishing out six assists in 29 minutes … Also named the MVP of the 2006 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game after scoring 18 points.
Born on Feb. 19, 1988, in Fort Campbell, Ky. … Son of Charles and Barbara Strowbridge … Full name is Charles Strowbridge II … Has a brother, Tadairius, and one sister, Toya.