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Daniel Kickert
Daniel  Kickert


Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Australian Institute of Sport

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 240



2005-2006: Currently ranks first in the SMC record books with 1,868 points...was named to the WCC All-Conference Team for the third straight year...was named the Shamrock Office Solutions Classic Most Valuable Player...averages 17.4 points per game to lead the team, which ranks fifth in the WCC in second on the team with 5.6 rebounds per game and ranks 12th in the WCC...scored a season high 29 points against Rutgers on December 3 when he went 10-for-17 from the floor, 4-of-6 from beyond the arc and 5-of-7 from the free throw line...has scored double digits in 22 games and has scored at least twenty points in 12 games this season...leads the team with 115 defensive rebounds...has recorded a double-double in two games this season, against SE Louisiana when he scored 22 points and grabbed 10 boards, and against conference rival Portland when he scored 17 points and grabbed 11 boards...his 56 made 3-point shots rank fifth in the WCC and his 45.9 3-point percentage ranks him first in the conference...shot 48.5 percent from 3-point land during WCC games to lead the second in the WCC in free throw shooting at 90.2 percent (92-102)...during WCC games, led the conference with a 94.0 percent from the free throw line...converted 30 straight free throws during the season...hit 30 straight free throws to end the 2004-05 season and eight straight to open this year for a career-best 38 consecutive makes...recorded a season-high five 3-point shots made against San Francisco...has made four 3-point shots in five games this season and has made multiple 3-pointers in 17 games...has made ten points on free throws twice this season against Texas A&M CC and San Diego...has recorded 28 assists on the season including a career-high five assists at Santa Clara on February 13...has recorded multiple assists in six games...has recorded 17 steals and 18 blocks...his 18 blocks tie him with teammate Blake Sholberg for 15th in the conference.

2004-05: Garnered First Team All-West Coast Conference honors for the second straight year...was named the WCC Player of the Year by CollegeInsider...garnered First Team All-District 9 honors by the United States Basketball Writers Association...was an NABC District 14 Second Team selection...currently ranks fifth in the SMC record books in scoring with 1,390 points...became the eighth player in school history to score more than 500 points in a season...his 548 points this season ranks third in SMC's single season scoring...was named to the WCC All-Tournament Team after averaging 22.0 points and 4.5 rebounds against Santa Clara and Gonzaga...hit a career-high seven 3-pointers against Gonzaga in the WCC Championship game...was named the CollegeInsider Player of the Year in the WCC...named the WCC Player of the Month for January...was twice named the WCC Player of the Week on Jan 31 and Feb. 28...was named to the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic All-Tournament Team...named the Mid Season, Mid Major Player of the Year by named the Most Valuable Player of the Shamrock Office Solutions Classic when he averaged 15 points and five rebounds against Radford and Murray currently second on the team in scoring, averaging a career-best 16.3 points per game...ranks seventh in the WCC in scoring for all games...averaged 18.6 points per game during WCC action, which was fourth in scoring during the 14-game conference shooting 54.8 percent from the floor, 46.7 percent from three-point land, and 81.6 percent from the free throw one of 15 players in the country to have a 50 percent shooting percent, a 40 percent three-point percentage and shot better than 80 percent from the free throw line...his 5.6 rebounds per game ranks ninth in the WCC...scored a career-high 32 points against San Diego in the final game of the regular season...was 10-for-15 from the floor in that game, and hit a career-high six three pointers against the Toreros...scored 30 points against Santa Clara on Feb. 11...scored in double figures in 23 of 31 games...scored 20 or more points in 10 games...posted three double-doubles on the year, bringing his career total to 10...had five games where he pulled down double digits in rebounds...posted a double-double when he scored 16 points and had a career-high 13 rebounds against Belmont in the opening game of the 25 minutes of action against LMU on Jan. 22, he was 11-for-13 from the field, 4-of-6 from 3-point land and 2-for-2 from the free throw line, scoring 28 points...had 13 games where he made multiple of two players on the roster to start all 31 games...averages 31.2 minutes per game, the second most on the team...leads the team with a career-high 25 blocked shots this season...forced a career-high 14 steals and his 36 assists is also a career-best.

2003-04: Was a 2004 First Team All-West Coast Conference selection...named the WCC Player of the Week on February 9...named the Shamrock Office Solutions Classic Most Valuable Player...named to the Top of the World Classic All-Tournament Team...was the only player on the 2003-04 team to start all 31 games...was second on the team with 14.9 points and 5.9 rebounds per game...scored in double figures in 26-of-31 contests, including 14 of the last 15 games...led the team in scoring 10 times and rebounds 14 times...scored a career-high 28 points against Alaska-Fairbanks on November 23...recorded a career-high 11 rebounds against Pepperdine in the WCC Tournament...recorded double-digits in rebounds 11 times...posted six double-doubles, bringing his career total to the WCC he ranked seventh in scoring (14.9 ppg), eighth in field goal percentage (50.6 percent), ninth in free throw percentage (76.6 percent), 10th in rebounding (5.9 rpg), and 12th in 3-point field goal percentage (39.0 percent) and defensive rebounding (3.93 pg)...hit on a season-high 11-of 16 shots against Alaska Fairbanks and San Diego...attempted 16 shots on four different occasions...had double digits in attempts in 19 games...hit a career-high five 3-pointers against Santa Clara on January 24...also attempted a career-high six threes in that game...finished third on the team with 32 made 3-pointers and 82 3-point attempts...had nine games where he converted every free throw attempt...had a career-high three steals against LMU on February 26.

2002-03: Was named to the's 2002-03 All-Freshman Team...was the only player on the roster to start all 30 games...averaged a team-leading 12.7 points per game as a freshman...finished the season averaging 3.7 rebounds per game...finished tied for 11th in the conference in scoring and had the third-best field goal percentage (52.0 %) in the conference...scored a career-high 24 points against Portland on January 18 and then matched that against Pepperdine on February 28...notched is first collegiate double-double with 14 points and 11 boards against LMU to close the season...the 11 rebounds against LMU on March 1 set a career-best...averaged 13.7 points and 5.7 rebounds during the conference tournament...his 78.2 percent free throw shooting was the 11th-best in the WCC...shot 44.7 percent from beyond the arc, making 21-of-47 three-point attempts...hit four threes, in as many attempts, against Pepperdine on February 31, setting a career-bests for makes and attempts...led the team in scoring in nine games...scored in double figures in 18 games and reached 20 points three times...made nine field goals in two games...notched two steals against Eastern Washington, had two blocks in a game three times and had two three-assist one point this season he converted 23 consecutive attempts from the free throw line and he's currently made his last 10 attempts from the foul line...played a career-high 37 minutes against Pepperdine on February 28.

High School: Played his prep basketball at the Australian Institute of Sport...averaged 18.0 points, seven rebounds, and 30 minutes per game in 2001...was a first team all conference selection the same year...was named to the All-Star 5 team...was recruited by Oregon, Oregon State and San Diego...has not declared a major.

Daniel Kickert Career Stats

Total 3-Point Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2002-03 30-30 766/25.5 133-256 .520 21-47 .447 93-119 .782 2003-04 31-31 870/28.1 166-328 .506 32-82 .390 98-128 .766 2004-05 34-34 1051/30.9 197-366 .538 66-140 .471 104-123 .846 TOTAL 95-95 2687/28.3 496-950 .522 119-269 .442 295-370 .797

Rebounds Year Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2002-03 36-75 111 3.7 72-2 21 58 18 10 380/12.7 2003-04 61-122 183 5.9 71-2 22 65 14 11 462/14.9 2004-05 69-154 223 6.6 80-0 36 75 25 15 564/16.6 TOTAL 166-351 517 5.4 223-4 79 198 57 36 1406/14.8

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