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Dishawn Bradshaw
Dishawn Bradshaw

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
St. Francis Academy

Last College:
ASA (N.Y.)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 170

Position:
G

11/12/2010

MBB v. Tulane - 11.12.10

Men's basketball v. Tulane on November 12, 2010 - Photos by Joey Gardner

"Flat out, Dishawn is a scorer," said head coach Frankie Allen. "He can shoot and handle the ball well while also being a great passer. We expect Dishawn to make an immediate impact on our team."

2010-11: Team's second leading scorer, averaging 9.2 points per contest ... played in all 31 games, starting 21 ... shot 37.8% from the field ... 76.3% free throw shooter, top percentage on the team ... scored season high 21 points against Washington (Md.) (12/21) with 6-10 shooting and seven made free throws ... 14 double digit point games, including two four-game streaks ... shot 8-16 against Northern Illinois (11/24), finishing with 20 points ... three straight games with 15+ points, scoring 18 vs. Kean (11/20), 20 vs. Northern Illinois and 15 at Navy (11/27).

High/Prep School: Scored 1,000 points at two different high schools ... Named All-Conference, All-State and team won the high school state championship ... Scored a career high 45 points.

Personal: Born Dec. 24, 1988 in Baltimore, Md. ... Son of Shante Bradshaw and Teshombae Harvell ... Major is Sociology ... Was an Honor Roll student all four years of high school while averaging a 3.0 GPA ... Personal best sports moment was scoring 45 points at the AAU Nationals and also making the game winning three-point field goal ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment was making it to college as he is the first from his family to do so ... Plans to play professionally after graduation ... Favorite book is Holes ... Favorite movies include Above the Rim, Juice and Love and Basketball.

Career Highs
Points: 21 (vs. Washington College, Dec. 21, 2010)
Rebounds: 5 (@ N.C. Central, Jan. 10, 2011)
Steals: 3 (twice, last time: vs. Florida A&M, Jan. 15, 2011)
Assists: 5 (@ Pittsburgh, Dec. 18, 2010)
Blocks: N/A
Minutes: 39 (@ American, Nov. 17, 2010)