Gavin MacGregor Athlete Profile

#53 Gavin MacGregor

Gavin MacGregor
Positions: Forward, Center Height: 6-10 Weight: 240 Roster Years: 2006-2009 Hometown: Ridgecrest, CA Last School: Burroughs High School

Personal

Parents are Tavish and Charisse MacGregor ... brother Nathan played basketball at Notre Dame de Namur ... served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Belgium and the Netherlands from 2003-2005 ... plays the piano and the trombone ... business major.
Links
2008-09
Trio of Cougars Earn Academic All-Conference Honors - June 25, 2009
Cougars Suffer MWC Loss to New Mexico - Jan. 17, 2009

Before BYU

BURROUGHS HIGH SCHOOL (1998-2002): Team MVP as a senior and Most Improved as junior ... named first-team All-Desert Sky League and first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III-A ... achieved career-highs of 25 points, 26 rebounds and nine blocks ... holds the school record for rebounds in a single game (26) and for blocks in a season ... helped his team win the Desert Sky League as both a junior and a senior ... coached by Robert Campbell ... received the outstanding student-athlete award as a senior ... earned Golden State Exam High Honors in math ... also involved in jazz band and marching band.

Summary

A 6-foot-9 forward/center, Gavin MacGregor provided defensive toughness in the post off the bench for the Cougars as a walk-on in 2006-07, appearing in 11 games. He gives BYU added depth and size in the post and is a shot-blocking presence inside. Prior to making his Cougar debut in 2006-07, he last played at Burroughs High School in Ridgecrest, Calif., in 2002, where he achieved career highs of 25 points, 26 rebounds and nine blocked shots. He served a Church two-year mission from 2003-2005.

Stats

CAREER HIGHS
POINTS: 11 at UNM (2009)
FG MADE: 5 at UNM (2009)
FG ATT: 8 at CSU (2009)
FG%: 1.000 (5-5) at UNM (2009)
3FG MADE: --
3FG ATT: --
3FG%: --
FT MADE: 4 vs. Arizona State (2008)
FT ATT: 4 vs. Utah State (2008), vs. Arizona State (2008)
FT %: 1.000 (4-4) vs. Arizona State (2008)
REB: 7 at UNM (2009)
ASSISTS: 1 vs. SJSU (2007), Rice (2008), vs. Utah State (2008).
STEALS: 1 vs. SJSU, at Utah (2007), vs. Utah State (2008), vs. Wake Forest (2009)
BLOCKS: 2 vs. SJSU,. vs. Portland, TCU (2007), vs. Utah State (2008)
MINUTES: 21 vs. Wake Forest
MACGREGOR YEAR-BY-YEAR BYU STATS
Year GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct
2006-07 11-0 46--4.2 6-10 .600 0-0 .000 1-2 .500
2008-09 19-0 187--9.8 17-26 .654 0-0 .000 16-28 .571
Total 30-0 233--7.8 23-36 .639 0-0 .000 17-30 .567
Year Off-Def-Tot--Avg PF-FO A--Avg TO Blk Stl Pts--Avg
2006-07 4-2-6--0.5 8-0 1--0.1 1 5 2 13--1.2
2008-09 17-27-44--2.3 39-2 2--0.1 7 4 2 50--2.6
Total 21-29-50--1.7 47-2 3--0.1 8 9 4 63--2.1



2006-2007 | Sophomore Year

Appeared in 11 games as a walk-on, averaging 1.2 points and 0.5 rebounds in 4.2 minutes of action on BYU's Mountain West Conference Championship team that posted a 25-9 overall record ... scored in five of the 11 games in which he played despite mostly limited action ... shot 60 percent on his field-goal attempts ... 1 rebound in 5 minutes against Utah ... played 6 minutes at TCU, recording 1 rebound ... played 1 minute against then-No. 25 UNLV ... played a big role in BYU's win at Utah with his strong play as he established career highs in points (4), rebounds (2), field goals made (2), steals (1 - tied) and minutes (10) ... saw his first action since Dec. 22 with 2 points and 2 blocks in 4 minutes against TCU ... played a career-most 7 minutes with a personal-best 3 points and tied his high with 1 rebound against Western Oregon ... made his first trip to the free-throw line this season, going 1-for-2 ... played 3 minutes at Lamar, pulling down 1 rebound ... recorded the first assist and first steal of his BYU career while posting 2 blocked shots in 3 minutes against San Jose State ... hit his lone field goal attempt in 2 minutes vs. SUU ... saw his first action of the year against Portland, making his lone field goal attempt while blocking 2 shots in 3 minutes on the floor.

2007-2008 | Junior Year

Did not play in 2008 due to a foot injury.

2008-2009 | Senior Year

Played in 19 games ... named Academic All-MWC ... averaged 2.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game ... added 2 assists, 4 blocks and 2 steals ... shot .654 from the field and .571 from the free throw line ... missed 12 games with a stress reaction in his right foot ... scored two points and had two rebounds against San Diego State ... recorded two points and one rebound against UNLV ... posted career highs of 11 points and 7 rebounds at New Mexico ... set a career high with five field goals and a 1.000 (5-5) shooting percentage vs. the Lobos ... scored four points and tied his career high with five rebounds including two on the offensive glass against TCU ... posted a career-high eight points on 4-of-8 shooting at Colorado State ... four makes, eight attempts and 50.0 percent shooting were also career highs ... added four rebounds and one block against the Rams ... had four points, a career-high five rebounds and one steal against Wake Forest ... grabbed three boards in 12 minutes of action at Tulsa ... hit 4-of-4 from the free throw line and had four rebounds and one block against Arizona State at the Stadium Shootout ... had one block, one rebound and one point against Portland ... scored a career-high 7 points on 2-of-3 shooting from the field and 3-of-4 shooting from the line against Utah State ... also tied career highs in blocks (2), steals (1) and assists (1) ... hit 2-of-2 from the line for two points and grabbed two rebounds in a career-high 12 minutes of action at Weber State ... scored two points and had two rebounds at Idaho State ... had one point and one assist against Rice ... grabbed four rebounds against North Florida, a career high ... scored two points at Pepperdine on 2-for-2 shooting from the line.