33 Andrew Meloy
33 Andrew Meloy
Height: 6-5
Weight: 205
Year: So.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
Position: G/F
Previous School: Sweetwater Chr. HS
Sport: RS

Birthdate: 5/31/82

Parents: Rick & Melita

Sisters: Meghan (10), Emileigh (6)

Brothers: Matthew (16), Samuel (13), Nathaniel (8)

Major: Recreation Administration

OUTLOOK - A fourth-year junior who made a successful return last year ...

Sat out the 2001-02 campaign as a medical redshirt after having back

surgery during the early fall ... Put up impressive numbers at two

small high schools ... Has good size ... Can shoot from the outside and

drive to the basket ... Should continue to improve with playing

experience at the NCAA Division I level ... Will provide depth on the

wing again this season.

SOPHOMORE (2002-03) - Saw action in four games off the bench ... Played a

season-high six minutes and drilled his first career 3-pointer in the

season-opening win over Oklahoma Wesleyan ... Also had court time in

wins over Mississippi Valley State, Colgate and Chicago State ... Made a

layup and had a steal in four minutes of action against the Cougars.

REDSHIRT (2001-02) - Did not play due to lingering back injury.

FRESHMAN (2000-01) - Played in six games off the bench as a true freshman

... Averaged 0.3 points and 0.2 rebounds ... Scored his first collegiate

field goal in his first collegiate game (vs. Southern Arkansas,

11/27/00) ... Also added a rebound and an assist against SAU ... Saw his

most extensive action at Drake (12/15/00), playing two minutes ... In

addition, he played against Tulsa, Oklahoma, IUPUI, and Chicago State.

HIGH SCHOOL - Played his first three seasons at Fort Bend Baptist Academy

under head coaches Bill Honeck and Lynn Dupree before transferring to

Sweetwater Christian to again play for Honeck ... Scored 3,273 points in

his four-year career ... Averaged more than 22 points per game in each

of his four seasons (22.9, 28.8, 29.2, 32.6) ... Led Sweetwater to a

22-7 record his senior year ... Named MVP after his 1997 and 2000 season

...Named the district's MVP three-straight years (1998, 1999 and 2000)

... Was the leading scoring in the greater Houston area in 1998, 1999

and 2000.