|Hometown:||Broken Arrow, Okla.|
|Previous School:||NE Oklahoma A&M JC|
Scouting Chris Riouse: A solid shooter who is capable of
getting hot in a hurry ... Has worked hard in the off-season and figures to be a
regular member of the rotation ... One of five seniors on the Golden Eagles'
roster...Originally signed with ORU out of nearby Broken Arrow (Okla.) High
School, but attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College instead.
2004-05: Led Mid-Con
in conference-only 3-point FG pct. (.533, 16-of-30) ... Tied for 21st in the
league with two 20-point games ... Played eight games against non-conference
foes ... Scored six points and dished out a career-high three assists in ORU
debut, a season-opening 101-60 win over Oklahoma Wesleyan (11/20/04) ...
Struggled in limited action before Christmas (6 GP, 2.0 ppg, 0-for-4 3-pt FG's)
... Returned from the holidays with confidence, averaging 12.3 points and making
11-of-15 3-pt FG (.733) over his next three games played. His only
non-conference game in that trio was a 113-68 win over visiting Utah Valley
State (12/28/04), when he drilled both treys he attempted ... Contributed five
points, including a 3-pointer, in 11 minutes off the bench in 86-76 win at
Southwest Missouri State in the ESPN Bracket Buster Saturday Series contest ...
Exploded for a career-high 21 points (7-of-10 3-point FGs) to help ORU take a
hard-fought 94-89 home win over Oakland (1/20/05) ... The seven treys were three
more than he had made in eight previous appearances, and tied for fourth on
ORU's single-game record chart ... Established career-highs for 3-pointers made
and attempted, field goals attempted (12), and minutes played (26) in that game
... Played well against Centenary in both meetings ... Scored a then career-high
10 points (2-of-3 3pt FG) in 14 minutes off the bench in his Mid-Con debut, an
88-65 home win over the Gents (1/15/05) ... Tied his career-high of 21 points by
making 8-of-9 FG's (5-6 3-pt FG's) in 25 minutes off the bench in a 91-67 road
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (2002-04):
Averaged 13.0 points and 3.5
rebounds per game as a sophomore ... Made 77 3-pointers and shot 44.0 percent
from long range in 2003-04 ... Shot 59.0 percent from the field and 75.0 percent
from the charity stripe ... Added 49 steals while leading NEO to a 25-8 overall
record in 2003-04 ... Averaged 11.1 points and 3.7 rebounds in just 18 games as
a freshman ... Missed nearly half of the 2002-03 campaign with an ankle injury
... Finished career ranked third in school history in career 3-point percentage.
Broken Arrow High School
Averaged 20.3 points (fifth in Class 6A) and 5.1 rebounds as
a senior ... Coached by Rusty Stecker ... Drilled 85 3-pointers his final prep
season ... Named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Team and Faith 7
All-Star ... Led Broken Arrow to the state semifinals each of his final two
seasons ... Earned First-Team All-Frontier Conference as a junior and senior ...
Named Frontier Conference Player of the Year as a junior ... High School
teammate of current Tulsa guard Chris Wallace ... One of his best games was a
40-point effort against Yale HS in the 2001 Tournament of Champions, held at the
ORU Mabee Center.