Catamounts Travel to VMI Thursday Night for a 7 pm Contest
Catamounts and Terriers Battle at 7 PM Monday Night
Furman hits 15 3-pointers in the victory
Furman and Western Carolina tip-off at 4 pm in Greenville on Saturday
Senior Ashley Williams scores a season-high 17 points in his first start of the season
Western Carolina versus ETSU
Western Carolina versus Samford
Western Carolina versus Southern Wesleyan
WCU vs. VMI
WCU vs. The Citadel
Points: 24, Mars Hill -- 12/28/16
Rebounds: 3, four times
Assists: 3, Samford -- 01/02/17
Steals: 3, Hiwassee -- 11/21/14
Blocks: 1, eight times
FG made: 8, Mars Hill -- 12/28/16
FG attempts: 14, Mars Hill -- 12/28/16
3FG made: 4, at The Citadel -- 02/22/17
3FG attempts: 6, at The Citadel -- 02/22/17; Mars Hill -- 12/28/16
FT made: 6, at The Citadel -- 02/22/17
FT attempts: 10, at The Citadel -- 02/22/17
2016-17 (Junior): Appeared in 20 of WCU's 32 contests while making three starts ... Missed first eight games of the season due to injury ... Named to the 2016-17 NABC Honors Court for his performance in the classroom ... Made first career start against Mars Hill (12/28) ... Scored a career-high 24 points against Mars Hill (12/28) ... Scored in double-figures three times including a pair of 20-plus point performances ... Led or shared the team lead in scoring three times ... Collected 24 rebounds on the season including tying his career-high of three twice against College of Charleston (12/22) and Mars Hill (12/28) ... Dished out a career-high three assists against Samford (01/02) ... Knocked down a career-high four 3-pointers at The Citadel (02/22) while scoring 20 points ... Lone WCU men's basketball student-athlete to be named to the Spring 2017 Academic All-Southern Conference Team ... Appeared on the 2016-17 Southern Conference Honor Roll.
2015-16 (Sophomore): Appeared in 17 contests for the Catamounts ... Scored in nine games including a career-high seven points versus Warren Wilson (12/03) ... Scored five points in just five minutes against SEC foe South Carolina (11/30) ... Played a season-high 16 minutes in the season opener at Cincinnati (11/13) and scored four points ... Collected a season-high three rebounds against Hiwassee (11/24) and Warren Wilson (12/03) ... Dished out six assists on the year including a career-high tying two at The Citadel (02/20) ... Had just three turnovers in 121 minutes of action ... Blocked three shots on the year ... Picked up three steals including a season-high two against Warren Wilson (12/03) ... Nailed two 3-pointers, one against South Carolina (11/30) and one at Mercer (02/18).
2014-15 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 games for the Catamounts ... Made first career appearance against Mississippi State (11/14) in the opening game of the season ... Played nine minutes against Hiwassee (11/21) while scoring three points and grabbing a pair of rebounds ... His first career points came on a 3-pointer ... Grabbed a rebound against Wright State (12/18) ... Played 11 minutes against Saint Catharine (12/30) while grabbing two rebounds, dishing out two assists, grabbing his first career steal and blocking his first career shot ... Scored three points against Furman (01/05) while hitting his first career free throw ... Played a career-high 14 minutes against UNCG (01/10) while scoring a career-high five points while going a perfect 2-2 from the field including a 3-pointer ... Played in nine Southern Conference contests.
Prior to Western Carolina: Averaged 15.8 points, 2.8 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in high school ... Spent time at both the Greenfield School and Croatan High School ... As a freshman, averaged 14 points, three assists, three rebounds and 1.5 steals per game ... As a sophomore, averaged 12 points, two assists, four rebounds and one steal a game ... Named All-Conference as a sophomore as well ... As a junior, averaged 21.0 points, 3.0 assists, 6.6 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game ... Named ECC Player of the Year ... Named Carteret News Times Player of the Year ... North Carolina All-State selection ... ECC Conference Tournament MVP ... Became Croatan's first 1,000 point scorer in school history ... As a senior, averaged 16 points, 3.0 assists, six rebounds and three steals per game ... Named CPIC All-Conference ... Named to the CPIC All-Tournament Team and Tournament MVP ... Finished fourth in the 2011 North Carolina 2A Track & Field Championships in the high jump.