|| Carlton Weatherby
Appeared in 27 games for the Cardinal ... Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic Selection ... Recorded a career-best three assists vs. UC Davis ... Averaged 5.9 minutes per contest ... Saw a career-high 15 minutes of playing time against San Jose State ... Had three rebounds and one steal ... Tied a career-best with three points vs. Denver and dished out two assists ... Tied his career high with three assists at Cal ... Had career high two steals at Washington.
2005-2006 Season: Appeared in just two contests for the Cardinal and averaged two minutes per game...Attempted just one shot all year, yet continues to give Stanford the added depth at guard.
2004-05 Season: Missed the entire season after breaking his foot in practice on Dec. 7 ... Underwent successful surgery on Dec. 10 at Stanford Hospital.
2003-04 Season: Played in eleven games ... Scored a bas2002-03 Season: Gave Stanford added strength at the point-guard position ... Played in seven games ... Scored his first collegiate basket with a three-pointer against Washington State (2/15/03).
High School: Enjoyed an outstanding athletic and academic career at Curtis High School ... Averaged 13 points and led the league in assists at 7.2 per game ... Had a career-high 12 assists ... Also could score when called upon ... Scored 33 points in a game ... Team captain and team MVP during his junior and senior seasons ... Averaged 15 points per game during his junior season ... Played for the Washington state all-stars against British Columbia.
Cardinal Catalogue: Has an older brother who graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta ... Has a sister who is in graduate school at Columbia College in Chicago ... Gained numerous academic honors while at Curtis High School ... That included National Honor Society, Service Representative Award, National Urban Scholar-Athlete ... Washington state honors awards recommendation ... Nominated for McDonald's All-America Academic status ... County Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Pts: 3, twice
Rebs: 3, twice
Assists: 3, twice
Steals: 2, Washington (2/11/07)
Blocks: 1, ASU (3/1/07)
Mins: 15, SJSU (11/14/06)