|| Drew Shiller
2009-10: Game-by-Game Stats ... Pac-10 All-Academic First Team selection ... played in 32 games, making 15 starts ... averaged 7.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per game ... shot 38.9 percent from beyond the arc, ranking second the squad with 58 triples ... dished out 73 assists ... against Cal Poly on Nov. 15, made first Stanford start and scored 11 points while grabbing five boards ... scored 15 points against Florida A&M on Nov. 21 ... contributed 11 points against Portland State on Nov. 29, going 5-7 from the foul line with four assists ... against Northwestern on Dec. 19, scored 12 points (4-5 three-pointers), six rebounds and five assists in season-high 33 minutes ... added 12 points and five boards against James Madison on Dec. 29 ... contributed 10 points at Washington State on Jan. 16 ... tallied 10 points in 25 minutes off the bench against Oregon on Jan. 23 ... at Arizona State on Jan. 30, passed out a career-high seven assists to go with six points, four boards and four steals ... contributed eight points, six rebounds and four assists against Washington on Feb. 13 ... tallied 12 points (all on three-pointers) while matching a career-high with 39 minutes played ... contributed season-high 16 points (12 from treys) against Arizona State on Feb. 25 ... against Arizona State on Mar. 11 in the Pac-10 Tournament, chipped in with nine points, five boards and three steals in 29 minutes.
2008-09: Game-by-Game Stats ... Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team honoree ... came off the bench in 24 games ... averaged 2.5 points per game ... 14-40 from long distance ... 5-5 from the charity stripe, and has converted 13 consecutive attempts dat-ing back to Nov. 24, 2007 ... dished out five assists in a win over Air Force on Nov. 26 ... chipped in with five points in 14 minutes during a victory over Colorado on Nov. 29 ... added five points off the bench at Colorado State on Dec. 14 ... dished out four assists versus Arizona State on Jan. 2 ... in a season-best 24 minutes off the bench, scored five points and handed out four assists against Oregon on Jan. 22 ... against Cal State Bakersfield on Feb. 10, scored three points and snagged three boards in 15 minutes ... in 13 minutes off the bench against UCLA on Feb. 26, scored five points on 2-3 shooting ... against Arizona State on Mar. 5, converted on three free throws after being fouled on a three-point attempt ... scored a season-high eight points in 15 minutes off the bench against Boise State on Mar. 18.
2007-08: Game-by-Game Stats ... Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention pick ... appeared in 28 games, all off the bench ... averaged 3.3 points per game ... posted solid shooting totals overall: 25-51 from the field, 20-43 from three-point territory and a 21-24 clip from the free throw line ... in his Cardinal debut against Harvard on Nov. 10, scored a game-high 18 points (6-8 from the field with four three-pointers) off the bench ... led all scorers with 15 points in a victory over Northwestern State on Nov. 10 ... finished 6-6 from the foul line against UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 11, giving him 12 straight made free throws to begin the year ... chipped in with a pair of triples off the bench in a win over California on Jan. 26 ... added eight points and three rebounds in 21 minutes versus Oregon on Feb. 7 ... added seven points off the bench in a win over Oregon State on Feb. 9.
2006-07: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2005-06 (at San Francisco): Played in all 28 games for San Francisco ... averaged 16.3 minutes per game ... averaged 4.4 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game ... 25-67 from three-point territory ... 25 of his 41 field goals were from beyond the arc ... scored a career-high 23 points against Santa Clara on Feb. 20.
High School: 2005 graduate of Burlingame High School ... three-year letterwinner in basketball, football and baseball, with his number retired in all three sports ... captained basketball team his junior and senior seasons ... two-time Peninsula Athletic League Player of the Year ... 2005 Palo Alto Daily News Player of the Year ... two-time San Mateo County Times Player of the Year ... 2005 second team all-state selection ... 2006 San Francisco Chronicle first-team All-Metro ... helped his team to a 26-5 record his senior year, averaging 22 points and four assists per game ... led his team to three consecutive CCS championship games and three straight Nor Cal playoffs ... selected as California's High School Athlete of the Year by Cal-Hi Sports.
Personal: Parents are Barry and Jane Shiller ... has one brother, Brian and one sister, Emily ... interests include watching movies and spending time with friends ... aspires to be a sports broadcaster after his playing career ... most memorable athletic moment was winning a Central Coast Section football championship during his senior year of high school.
Pts: 23, vs. Santa Clara (2/20/06)
Rebs: 6, 3x, last vs. Washington (2/13/10)
Assists: 7, at Arizona State (1/30/10)
FG: 8, vs. Santa Clara (2/20/06)
3-Pts.: 5, vs. Santa Clara (2/20/06)
FT: 6, 2x, last vs. UC Santa Barbara (11/11/07)
Steals: 4, at Arizona State (1/30/10)
Blocks: 1, 4x, last at USC (2/6/10)
Min: 39, 2x, last at Oregon (2/18/10)