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#13
David Przybyszewski

7-1, 246, Sophomore, Center

 

Hometown - Torun, Poland

2001-2002 Notes
•His 90.9 FG percentage against Hampton was just 0.8 percent behind the school record set by Mike Rhodes Jan. 21, 1978 at Alabama when he made 11-of-12 attempts (91.7 percent).
•At Louisiana Tech, his eight points tied for the most in the final 16 games and his 25 minutes tied for the third most this season
•Four rebounds vs. Houston was the most in the past seven games
•Five points and 17 minutes versus LSU were the most in the past six games
•At Arkansas, earned his first start since January 16 Auburn game
•His six minutes vs. Mississippi State was a season low
•Did not score versus South Carolina, which was just the third time he hasn’t scored this season (Tulane, Ole Miss)
•His eight points and 21 minutes at Kentucky were the most in the past eight games and his six rebounds were the most in the past 18
•At Florida, his three assists was the most in past 11 games, his 3-for-3 shooting was his third perfect performance of the season and his nine minutes tied a season low
•Five rebounds vs. LSU was most since grabbing five at Tulane
•Against Tennessee, his six points was the most in five games and his 16 minutes tied for the most in the past five games
•His 4-for-4 free-throw performance against Florida were career-highs for both makes and attempts and is his only perfect game from the charity stripe
•His 18 points at Georgia was the second-most points of his young career behind the 23 points he posted versus Hampton
•The 25 minutes he played at Georgia was the most since playing 29 minutes November 29 against Cal Poly
•At Georgia, set or tied season highs in field goal attempts (14), three-point field goals made (4), three-point field goal attempts (8), free throws made (2) and blocks (2)
•Dished out a team-high five assists against ETSU
•Led team in scoring one time, rebounding four times, assists three times, steals four times and blocked shots seven times

Coach Stallings on Przybyszewski
“He’s a quality young man, a good prospect and certainly someone who will give us an additional inside presence. Having played basketball for only four years, he needs a great deal of court-time as well as significant strength training before he reaches his potential. His ability to adjust to new surroundings and the rigors of college basketball will go a long way in determining his ultimate success.”

Worth Knowing
Pronounces his name DA-veed SHIB-a-shef-skee...Has one brother, Jakub, age 14...His favorite saying is, “Train your body to play and train your mind to win.”

 
Year G-GS Min FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct
2001-02 32-13 558-17.4 71-183 .388 22-72 .306 21-31 .677

OR/DR Reb-Avg PF-D A TO BS S Pts PPG
32/68 100-3.1 74-1 38 50 12 13 185 5.8

 

 


 









 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
                   
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