Kevin Woodberry Athlete Profile

#0 Kevin Woodberry

Kevin Woodberry
Position: Guard Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 Roster Years: 2002-2004 Hometown: Phoenix, AZ Last School: Dixie State College

Personal

Born in September 1980 ... a Phoenix, Ariz., native ... mother is Betty Cole ... has two brothers ... ... worked in student government in high school ... health science major.

Before BYU

(DIXIE STATE): Woodberry helped Dixie State College (St. George, Utah) to a 34-3 record and the 2002 NJCAA National Championship ... named second-team All-Scenic West Athletic Conference ... led the Rebels in assists (3.6), steals (2.0), three-point field goals (73) and free throw percentage (.815) ... shot 41.2 percent from the floor, including 41 percent on threes, while averaging 11.4 points and 2.9 rebounds per contest ... came to Dixie after sitting out a year after his freshman season at Portland ... coached by Jeff Kidder.
(UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND): Played in 28 games, including five starts ... had season-high 10 points vs. San Jose State and Loyola Marymount ... had eight points and season-best four assists in 20 minutes vs. Rice ... also had four assists vs. Loyola-Chicago and Loyola Marymount ... grabbed a season-high six rebounds vs. Seattle ... made a three in 16 games, including eight consecutive contests... played 20 minutes or more in nine games ... faced five teams who are on BYU's 2002-03 schedule, including Pepperdine, San Diego, San Francisco, Rice and Idaho State.
(HIGH SCHOOL): Prepped at Trevor G. Browne High School in Phoenix ... coached by Mike Ellsworth ... played for Arizona Stars club team coached by Brad Pinter.

Summary

After transferring from Dixie State College, Kevin Woodberry finished his career as a member of back-to-back NCAA Tournament teams at BYU, averaging 24 minutes per game, including 31 starts in two seasons at BYU ... He was the starting point guard on BYU's 2003 MWC Championship Team and on Dixie State College's 2002 NJCAA Championship Team ... He received the 2003 Coaches' Award for Outstanding Defensive Player ... Third on team in three-pointers (30), three-point percentage (.375) and assists per game (2.1) as a senior ... Also tied for fourth in blocked shots (12) and was fifth in scoring (5.0) as a senior ... Led BYU in assists per game (2.5) and steals per game (1.4) as a junior ... Tied for second in three-pointers (36) and was fifth in scoring (6.3) as a junior ... 2002 All-Scenic West Athletic Conference Second Team ... Combination guard with experience at both guard positions ... An excellent defender with good speed ... He achieved career highs of 17 points, 6 rebounds, 7 assists, 5 steals, 2 blocks.

Stats

CAREER HIGHS:
POINTS: 17 at Colorado State (2003)
FG MADE: 6 at Colorado State (2003)
FG ATT: 13 vs. St. Bonaventure (2003)
FG%: .833 (5-6) vs. Weber St. (2004)
3FG MADE: 3 (7 times) last at UNLV (2004)
3FG ATT: 9 at San Francisco (2003)
3FG%: .750 (3-4) vs. USC (2004), vs. Weber St. (2004)
FT MADE: 4 (4 times) last at UNLV (2004)
FT ATT: 6 vs. San Diego, Utah State (2003)
FT %: 1.000 (4-4) vs. CSU, UNM (2003)
REB: 6 vs. Air Force, at Wyoming (2003)
ASSISTS: 7 vs. SUU (2004)
STEALS: 5 at Wyoming, at CSU 
BLOCKS: 2 (4 times) last at Wyoming (2004)
MINUTES: 36 vs. CSU (2003) 


2002-2003 | Junior Year

A solid defender, he started in 26 of 32 games and led BYU in assists (2.5) and steals (1.4) ... had his best game at CSU with 17 points, 5 assists and 5 steals ... also had 5 steals with a season-high 6 rebounds at Wyoming ... held Wyoming's Jay Straight to 2-10 shooting ... was effective when guarding Ruben Douglas, the nation's leading scorer, in BYU's MWC Tournament win ... had an 11-point, 5-assist effort at UNM ... struggled with his shot early but finished the year strong ... had 7 double figure scoring games, including three of the last six.

2003-2004 | Senior Year

Woodberry started five games at shooting guard and was primarily coming off the bench playing the shooting guard slot but saw more action as the backup point during BYU's last 10 games ... He led BYU in assists five times this year, including his 6 vs. Utah in BYU's MWC semifinal loss to Utah in the Pepsi Center ... He led BYU with 5 rebounds vs. Utah in Provo ... He had BYU's top steal games five times and the most blocks five times, including a block of Wyoming guard Jay Straight's three-point attempt to seal BYU's MWC Tournament victory ... He made 30 treys in 2004 ... He hit three treys at UNLV, scoring 13 points, including 11 in the first half to help BYU keep pace ... He played a strong floor game in BYU's win over Air Force ... He made a team-high two treys at CSU for six points, adding two assists, two rebounds and two steals ... He had a strong performance at Wyoming, holding Jay Straight to five points on 2-of-9 shooting, blocking two three-point attempts ... He had four double-digit scoring games, including 10 points in 14 minutes vs. SDSU ... Made a high-flying, come-from-behind block vs. UNLV to start a BYU fast break and get the crowd going ... He had 8 points on 3-of-3 shooting at UNM, including a soring, game-tying tip-in with 3.8 seconds remaining ... He was 5-of-6 from the floor vs. Weber State ... Has tied career-high 2 blocks at Wyoming, vs. Oklahoma State and against USC ... Had a career-best 7 assists vs. SUU, adding a season-high 14 points. SUMMER TOUR IN AUSTRALIA: Woodberry averaged 7.8 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 1.8 apg and 1.8 spg in 23.1 minutes.