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Stu Douglass 1
Stu Douglass

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Carmel, Ind.

High School:
Carmel

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200

Position:
Guard


07/11/2012

Person to Return for Fifth Year with Program

Person to Return for Fifth Year with Men's Basketball Team

05/30/2012

Kovacs, Boylan Collect U-M's Big Ten Sportsmanship Awards

Kovacs, Boylan Collect U-M's Big Ten Sportsmanship Awards

04/16/2012

2011-12 Michigan Men's Basketball Roster

2011-12 Michigan Men's Basketball Roster

04/10/2012

Novak, Douglass, Burke Honored at End-of-the-Season Banquet

Wolverines Honored at End-of-the-Season Men's Hoops Banquet

03/17/2012

Friday Wolverine Timeline

Friday Wolverine Timeline

11/09/2011

Stu Douglass Talks Start of the Season

Stu Douglass talks about the start of the season.

Michigan Career ... Played in 136 consecutive career games, which set the U-M record for games played in a career ... Finished his career ranked fourth all-time with 603 career three-point field goal attempts ... Finished fifth all-time with 205 career three-point field goals made ... Scored 941 career points.

Senior (2011-12) ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... U-M's Rudy Tomjanovich Most Improved Player Award ... U-M's Wayman Britt Outstanding Defensive Player Award ... U-M's Travis Conlan Sportsmanship Award ... U-M's Thad Garner Leadership Award (with Zack Novak) ... Team Captain ... Helped U-M to its first Big Ten title in 26 years ... Shared conference title with Michigan State and Ohio State ... U-M finished with 13-5 Big Ten record, the most conference wins since 2002-03 ... Helped U-M to a 24-10 record, its best record since the 1997-998 season and its 24th 20-plus win season in U-M history ... Helped U-M to a 15-1 record at Crisler Arena, its best record since the 1989-90 season ... Helped U-M to an 8-1 Big Ten home record, its best conference record at home since 1985-86 ... Helped U-M to its highest seed all-time at the Big Ten Tournament (No. 2) ... Lost in the semifinal to No. 3 seed Ohio State, 77-55 ... Helped U-M to its 23rd NCAA Tournament appearance ... Earned the No. 4 seed in the Midwest region -- its highest seeding since 1998 ... Lost in second round to Ohio, 65-60 ... Helped U-M remain ranked among the nation's top 25 - a span of 19 weeks ... Helped U-M to five wins over nationally ranks opponents, including three top-10 teams ... Played in all 34 games... Started 17 games, including the last 16 straight ... Averaged 7.5 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... Made the game-winning layup against Michigan State (Jan. 17) with 35 seconds remaining ... Recorded a season-high 14 points in the season-opener against Ferris State (Nov. 11) ... Hit a season-high four three pointers at Northwestern (Feb. 21) ... Scored in double figures six times and tallied nine points in eight games ... With two three-pointers at Illinois (March 1), he became the fifth Wolverine with 200-plus threes in a career (205) ... Shot 40.6 percent (91-for-224) from the field, including 33.8 percent (48-for-142) from behind the arc ... Second on the team in free throw percentage at 83.9 percent (26-for-31) ... Dished out 78 assists, including a season-high six vs. Bradley (Dec. 22) and at Penn State (March 5) ... Pulled down 87 rebounds ... Grabbed a season-high five rebounds, three times -- vs. Ferris State (Nov. 11), at Virginia (Nov. 29), and at Purdue (Jan. 24) ... Registered four blocks ... Recorded 26 steals ... Matched a career high with five steals vs. Wisconsin (Jan. 8.) ... With his two steals against Northwestern (Jan. 11), he became the 19th player in program history to reach 100 career steals (111) ... Averaged 30.5 minutes per game ... Played a career-high 43 minutes in the overtime win at Northwestern (Feb. 21).

Junior (2010-11) ... Michigan's Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree ... U-M's Wayman Britt Outstanding Defensive Player Award ... U-M's Travis Conlan Sportsmanship Award ... Team Captain (with Zack Novak) ... Became the 56th Wolverine to play in 100 career games (March 12) ... Helped U-M to a 21-14 record -- the 23rd 20-plus win season in U-M history ... Helped U-M to the semifinal of the Big Ten Tournament for the first time since 2003 ... Lost to No. 1 seed Ohio State, 68-61 ... Helped U-M to its 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance ... Earned No. 8 seed in the Midwest regional ... Defeated No. 9 Tennessee, 75-45, in the second round to record the largest margin of victory ever in an 8/9 seeded tournament game ... Lost No. 1 seed Duke, 73-71, after missing a game-tying shot as time expired in regulation ... Helped U-M sweep its season series with Michigan State -- the first time for the program since 1996-97 ... Appeared in all 35 games with 12 starts ... Averaged 7.1 points and 3.0 rebounds per game ... Averaged 7.0 points per game in Big Ten contests ... Scored 250 points ... Held at least a share of team lead in scoring in four games ... Recorded double-digit points in 10 games ... Scored a season-high 19 points off the bench in the win over Harvard (Dec. 4) ... Led U-M with 17 points at Northwestern (Jan. 18) ... Led the Wolverines with 15 points in the Big Ten opener against Purdue (Dec. 28) ... Had 104 rebounds, 17 offensive and 87 defensive ... Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds against Kansas (Jan. 9) ... Led the Wolverines with seven rebounds in the Big Ten Tournament win over Illinois (March 11) ... Dished out 59 assists ... Had a season-high six assists against Minnesota (Jan. 22) ... Shot 40.8 percent (97-for-238) from the field ... Tied a career high with seven field goals against Harvard (Dec. 4) and matched that at Northwestern (Jan. 18) ... Shot 35.8 percent (53-for-148) from three-point range ... Made a season-high five triples against Harvard (Dec. 4) ... Shot 23.1 percent (3-for-13) from the free-throw line ... Recorded 24 steals ... Recorded nine blocks ... Had a career-high two blocks against Purdue (Dec. 28) and matched that against Northwestern (Feb. 9) ... Played 1,065 minutes ... Averaged 30.4 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 21 games ... Played a season-high 42 minutes at Iowa (Feb. 19) and played all 40 minutes in the NCAA Tournament game against Duke (March 20).

Sophomore (2009-10) ... U-M's Travis Conlan Sportsmanship Award ... Helped U-M to the quarterfinal of the Big Ten Tournament ... Lost to No. 1 seed Ohio State, 69-68, after the Buckeyes hit a three-pointer as time expired to win ... Played in all 32 games, making 23 starts ... Averaged 6.8 points, 2.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Scored 217 points ... Scored in double-figures, six times ... Matched a career high with 20 points against Coppin State (Dec. 22) ... Had 70 rebounds, seven offensive and 63 defensive ... Grabbed a season-high five rebounds against Coppin State (Dec. 22) ... Had 79 assists ... Recorded three five-plus assist games ... Had a career-high seven assists against Houston Baptist (Nov. 20) ... Shot 33.3 percent (72-for-216) from the floor ... Shot 32.9 percent (52-for-158) from three-point range ... Shot 77.8 percent (21-for-27) from the free-throw line ... Made a team-best 52 three-point field goals ... Made a season-best six three-point field goals against Coppin State (Dec. 22) ... Recorded 35 steals ... Had a career-best five steals at Minnesota (Feb. 11) ... Played 1,004 minutes ... Averaged 31.4 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 21 games ... Played a season-best 42 minutes at Iowa (Feb. 16).

Freshman (2008-09) ... Helped U-M to a 21-14 record ... Helped U-M to its 21st NCAA Tournament appearance and the program's first since 1998 ... Earned No. 10 seed in the South regional ... Defeated No. 7 Clemson, 62-59, before losing to No. 2 Oklahoma, 73-63 ... Helped U-M become John Beilein's fourth program to earn an NCAA Tournament bid ... Helped U-M to four wins over nationally ranked opponents, including two wins over top-five team ... Played in all 35 games with 23 starts ... Started first 13 games of the season and final 10 games of the season ... Averaged 6.1 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists ... Posted nine double-figure scoring games ... Led U-M in scoring in two games ... Scored a career-best 20 points at No. 1 UConn (Feb. 7) after closing the game 7-for-10 from the field with a 6-for-8 showing on three-point field goals ... Collected 50 rebounds (1.4) ... Had a career-best five rebounds, two times -- vs. Illinois (March 13) in the quarterfinal of the Big Ten Tournament and vs. Oklahoma (March 21) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Second on U-M with 74 assists (2.1) ... Had a career-best five assists in upset win over No. 4 UCLA ... Had 23 multi-assist games ... Drained a team-best 52 three-point field goals ... Had 14 games with multiple long range buckets ... Had a career-best six three-pointers at UConn ... Had four three-point field goals, three times -- vs. Oakland (Dec. 20), against Ohio State (Jan. 17) and at Iowa (Feb. 22) ... Shot 36.8 percent (71-for-193) from the field, 33.5 percent (52-for-155) on three-point field goals and 67.9 percent (19-for-28) on free throws ... Had four blocks (0.1) ... Had a career-best one block, four times -- vs. Michigan Tech (Nov. 11), vs. Norfolk State (Nov. 25), at No. 1 Connecticut (Feb. 7) and against Iowa (March 12)... Third on U-M with 26 steals (0.7) ... Played 22.7 minutes per games ... Played 20-or-more minutes in 23 games ... Had eight games playing 30-plus minutes ... Played a season-high 36 minutes at Northwestern (Feb. 15).

Prep Career ... Carmel High School (2008) ... Coached by Mark Galloway (Carmel HS, 2005-08) and Bill Bowen (Hamilton Heights HS, 2004-05) ... Averaged 7.8 points, 2.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.7 steals for prep career ... Four-time varsity letterwinner ... Two-year starter at Carmel ... Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Academic All State Team (2008) ... Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference first team (2008) ... All-Sectional first team (2008) ... All-County first team (2008) ... Selected to participate in the 2008 Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 Senior Workout ... Participated in the IBCA/IHSAA Top 100 Showcase (2006, '07) ... Played in the Indiana North/South All-Star game (2008), finishing with eight points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals ... Played in Hickory Husker Classic All-Star game and Hoosier Hysteria All-Star game ... As senior (2007-08): Averaged 14.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.4 steals ... Led Carmel to a 22-3 record ... Helped Carmel to the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference title ... Helped Carmel to the 4A Sectional championship after defeating Noblesville (61-45) ... Advanced to final after wins against Hamilton Southeastern (77-6) in semifinal and Zionsville (56-49) in first round ... Lost in 4A Regional final against Brownsburg (63-59) ... Advanced to final after win against Franklin Central (54-43) ... As a junior (2006-07): Averaged 10.0 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.0 steals ... Led Carmel to a 14-7 record ... Lost in first round of 4A Sectional to North Central (66-59) ... As a sophomore (2005-06): Transferred to Carmel High School ... Averaged 6.0 points and 1.0 rebounds ... Led Carmel to a 16-8 record ... Helped Carmel to 4A Sectional championship after defeating North Central (57-48) ... Advanced to final after wins over Hamilton Southeastern (60-43) in semifinal and Westfield (58-36) in first round ... Lost in first round of 4A Regional to Lawrence North (47-22) ... As a freshman (2004-05): Played at Hamilton Heights High School ... Split time between junior varsity and varsity teams ... AAU: Played with Indiana Elite ... Coached by Mark Adams.

Personal ... Given name is Stuart Williams Douglass ... Born on March 31, 1990 in Indianapolis, Ind. ... Son of Nancy and Matt Douglass ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Economics major ... Right-handed ... Committed to Michigan (Sept. 11, 2007) ... Signed with Michigan (Nov. 14, 2007).

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