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E.J. Singler
Player Profile:
E.J. Singler 463571
Position: Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Medford, Ore.
High School: South Medford HS
Major: Psychology
Experience: 4 Letters

Just the eighth player in school history to amass over 1,500 career points and 500 career rebounds … His 1,546 career points ranks 11th in school history … Career free throw shooting percentage ranks sixth in school history (.848, 364-of-429) … The 369 free throws is ninth in school history ... Started 95-of-105 career games including 79 consecutive starts spanning the last three seasons … Reached double-figures in scoring 83 times ... Set Oregon mark for games played (142) and finished his career as the winningest player in school history after being a part of 89 victories.

First team All-Pac-12 choice ... Semifinalist for the Eddie Sutton Tustengee Award ... Only player to start all 37 games ... Team’s leading scorer, averaging 11.7 points per game ... Ranked second on the squad with a career-best 105 assists ... Scored in double-figures 21 times, including four 20-point efforts ... Scored a season-high 25 points at Washington State ... Also had 20-points games against Vanderbilt (22), and Utah twice (21 both times) ... In the NCAA Tournament, had 14 points against Saint Louis and 15 versus Louisville ... One double-digit rebounding game (10, Texas El-Paso) ... Six games with at least five assists, including a high of seven versus Arizona nd USC. 

One of two players to start all 34 available games ... A second team All-Pac-12 Conference selection ... A second team NABC All-District 20 honoree ... Ranked second nationally and led the Pac-12 in free throw percentage (.909, 110-of-121) ... Ranked ninth in the conference in scoring (13.6 ppg) and 16th in rebounding (5.6 rpg) ... Averaged career-highs for points, field goal percentage (.467), free throw percentage, minutes (30.8 mpg) and assists (2.2 apg) ... Led the team in rebounding and free throw percentage ... Was second on the team in scoring, field goals made (151) and attempted (323) ... Ranked third on the team in 3-point percentage (.368), 3-pointers made (49) and attempted (133) ... Reached double-figures in scoring 28 times, including six efforts of 20 or more points ... Grabbed 10+ rebounds on two occasions ... Tallied two double-doubles ... Scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds in March 20 NIT game at Washington ... Had team-high 25 points (9-of-10 FGs) in March 18 NIT game vs. Iowa ... Recorded 11 points and team-high five rebounds in March 13 NIT game vs. LSU ... Had 12 points and team-high 10 rebounds in 21 minutes for his second double-double of the season March 3 vs. Utah ... Scored 10 points and had team-high three steals March 1 vs. Colorado ... Posted 13 points (11 in the second half) Feb. 26 at Oregon State ... Scored 20 points (10 in the last six minutes) Feb. 19 at Stanford ... Had 23 points (8-of-12 on FGs) and six rebounds Feb. 11 vs. Washington State ... Registered 13 points and eight rebounds Feb. 9 vs. Washington ... Had first double-double of season with 13 points and season-best 13 rebounds Feb. 4 at Colorado ... Scored 12 points Feb. 2 at Utah ... Tallied 16 points Jan. 29 vs. Oregon State ... Scored career-high 26 points (16-of-17 on FTs) Jan. 21 vs. UCLA ... Posted 12 points and career-highs with seven assists and 38 minutes played Jan. 14 at Arizona ... Had 11 points, five rebounds and five assists Jan. 12 at Arizona State ... Scored 12 points Jan. 8 vs. California ... Scored 13 points Jan. 5 vs. Stanford ... Had 20 points and nine rebounds Dec. 31 at Washington ... Tallied 12 points and eight rebounds Dec. 29 at Washington State ... Had team-best 12 points Dec. 22 vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Scored team-high 13 points Dec. 21 vs. Prairie View A&M ... Had 13 points Dec. 20 vs. NC Central ... Posted team-high 19 points Dec. 12 vs. Portland State ... Scored 14 points Dec. 10 vs. Fresno State ... Scored 11 points Dec. 3 vs. BYU ... Had 14 points Nov. 23 at Nebraska ... Tallied 21 points and seven rebounds Nov. 20 vs. SE Missouri State ... Had 10 points Nov. 11 at No. 7 Vanderbilt.

Only player to start all 39 games ... Led the Pac-10 Conference in free throw shooting percentage (.852, 104-of-122) ... Ranked second on the team in scoring (11.7 ppg), rebounding (5.6 rpg) and field goal percentage (.461, 149-of-323) ... Led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.399, 55-of-138) and minutes played (30.5 mpg, 1,188) ... Ranked second on the team in blocks (0.7 bpg, 29) ... Led the team in scoring seven times, reaching double figures on 26
occasions ... Led squad in rebounding in 16 games, grabbing 10 or more boards four times ... Posted 15 points and scored the game-winning basket as time ran down in April 1 CBI finals win over Creighton ... Had his third double-double of season (10 points, 10 rebounds) in March 28 CBI finals game against Creighton ... Tallied 18 points (4-of-7 on 3-pointers) in March 23 CBI semifinal against Boise State ... Had 11 points and eight rebounds in CBI quarterfinal game March 21 against Duquesne ... Tallied 16 points in March 16 CBI victory over Weber State ... Named to Pac-10 All-Tournament Team ... Had career-high 24 points to go with seven rebounds in the quarterfinals March 10 against UCLA ... Scored 22 points in opening round game March 9 against Arizona State ... Scored 11 points Feb. 24 against California ... Posted 13 points and team-best sven rebounds Feb. 19 against Oregon State ... Tallied 11 points and six rebounds Feb. 12 at USC ... Had 16 points and matched career-high with five assists Feb. 5 against No. 20 Washington ... Had 10 points and six rebounds Feb. 3 against Washington State ... Tallied team-high 16 points and six boards Jan. 22 at Oregon State ... Had 15 points and six rebounds Jan. 15 against UCLA ... Posted 10 points and seven rebounds jan. 13 against USC ... Scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Arizona State on Jan. 1 ... Tallied 11 points and six boards Dec. 21 against Idaho ... Had 14 points and seven rebounds Dec. 13 against Jacksonville State ... Had a double-double with 18 points and career-high 17 rebounds in Dec. 11 home win over Willamette ... Scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds Dec. 2 against Missouri ... Had 14 points (all in second half) Nov. 27 against Duke ... Posted 16 points and 11 rebounds (first career double-double) Nov. 12 against North Dakota State.

One of four players to see action in all 32 games, a starter in 22 outings … Recorded six double-figure scoring efforts … Ranked third on the team in rebounds (137, 4.3 rpg), assists (39, 1.2 apg), field goal percentage (.455, 66-of-145) and free throw percentage (.850, 51-of-60) … Ranked fourth on the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.342, 13-of-38) and sixth in scoring (196, 6.1 ppg) … Had 11 points and five rebounds, including a tip-in basket to send the game to overtime, in March 10 Pac-10 Tournament win over Washington State ... Matched a career-best with 15 points in March 6 home win over Washington State ... Went for 10 points and seven rebounds in a career-high 38 minutes of Feb. 20 home game with California ... Scored a career-high 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds in Feb. 18 home game with Stanford ... Tallied eight points (4-of-5 on free throws, all in overtime) and five rebounds in Jan. 28 home win over UCLA ... Scored nine points and grabbed a team-high seven rebounds in Dec. 28 home win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... Had 11 points and a team-high seven rebounds in Dec. 22 home win over Idaho State ... Registered a career-high 12 rebounds to go with eight points while playing a season-best 35 minutes in Dec. 19 home win over Oakland ... Had 12 points (5-of-7 shooting) and four assists in Dec. 12 home game against Saint Mary’s.

Was the 2009 OSAA 6A State Player of the Year after averaging 21.8 points, 10.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 1.4 blocks and 1.0 steals per game in 2008-09 ... Became
the second consecutive 6A Player of the Year that the Ducks added to their roster (Garrett Sim, 2008) ... Helped the Panthers to a 21-8 record and a sixth-place finish at the OSAA Class 6A tournament ... Averaged a tourney-high 26.3 points and 11.7 boards per outing ... Shot 47 percent from the field (27-of-57) and 79 percent from the charity stripe (23-of-29) in three games ... Was also named the 2009 Gatorade Oregon Boys Basketball Player of the Year and the Southwest Conference Player of the Year ... Averaged 20.2 points, 10.8 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game in his junior campaign ... Was a first team all-conference and second team all-state selection as a junior ... Led the Panthers to a sixth-place finish at the OSAA Class 6A state tournament, where he earned first team all-tournament recognition ... As a sophomore, was a starter on the 2006-07 South Medford squad which won the OSAA Class 6A state title over Lake Oswego ... Came off the bench as a freshman to help lead the Panthers to what would be the first of four consecutive state tournament appearances ... Also an accomplished football player, as a senior he earned first team All-State and All-Southwest Conference recognition at both tight end and outside linebacker ... Helped lead SMHS to an 8-1 record in regular-season play en route to an appearance in the OSAA Class 6A playoffs.

Born Edward J. Singler in Medford, Ore. ... Parents are Ed and Kris Singler ... Major is psychology... High School (Coach): South Medford High (Dennis Murphy) ... Singler comes from a family rich with athletic tradition ... His father, Ed, played quarterback at Oregon State from 1978-82 ... His mother, Kris (formerly Brosterhous), played basketball at OSU from 1973-76, while his older brother Kyle was a standout at Duke University and now plays professionally ...
In addition to the immediate family, Singler has three uncles that were student-athletes at the University of Oregon ... Rick Brosterhous was a basketball player from 1967-71, Greg Brosterhous played football and baseball from 1968-72 and John Brosterhous played football from 1977-81 ... Two other uncles were also NCAA Division I student-athletes ... B.G. Brosterhous played basketball at the University of Texas from 1969-73, before going on to a lengthy professional career in Europe ... Bill Singler was a standout receiver at Stanford from 1971-74 where he was an All-Pac 8 wide receiver.

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