Randy Reid Athlete Profile

#22 Randy Reid

Position: Guard Height: 6-2 Weight: 160 Roster Years: 1989-1990 | 1992-1996 Hometown: Spanish Fork, UT Last School: Spanish Fork High School



Academic All-America

  • 1994 CoSida Third Team
  • 1996 CoSida Second Team

Personal

Born in Appleton, Wis., where his father was playing professional baseball ... parents are Roger and Diane ... father was named BYU head coach in April, 1989 ... has 3.9 GPA ... elected co-captain three years at BYU ... married cheerleader Erin Berrett in August, 1993 ... an early signee recruited by five dozen colleges visiting North Carolina, UCLA, Stanford and Providence ... served a mission to New Jersey ... majored in finance/premed ... graduated June 1996.

Before BYU

Utahs all-time leading scorer with 2,191 points ... four-time all-leaguer three-time all-stater at Spanish Fork High ... two-time honorable mention All-America by Off the Glass and Blue Ribbon Basketball Yearbook ... received honorable mention All-America by Street and Smiths basketball magazine ... averaged 29 points per game, 7.2 assists, five rebounds and shot 85.3 percent free throws his senior year ... had 46 steals and 181 assists ... made 25 of 27 free throws in a game ... two-time most valuable player in Las Vegas National Prep Tournament ... made Utah Valley Christmas Classic All-Tournament team as a freshman ... attended Nike All-America basketball camp in Princeton, N.J. ... one of 20 seniors at the Dapper Dan Roundball Classic in Pittsburgh, Pa ... a three year starter in baseball with a .410 batting average ... led the Dons to a state championship title as a switch-hitting shortstop ... selected as one of 19 best infielders by Collegiate Sports ... two times Academic All-State ... GPA 3.99 ... coached by Mike Gardner (BYU).

Summary

Always reliable from the free-throw line Reid finished his career 6th in free throws made, currently 12th ... besides excelling on the court Reid also excelled in the classroom being named Academic All-WAC three times ... named All-WAC defensive team senior season.

Stats

Year    G-GS     FGM-FGA  FG%   3PM-3PA  3P%    FTM-FTA FT%    R-AVE    P-AVE
92-93   34-33    59-155   .381  23-65    .354   71-83    .855   76-2.2   212-6.2
93-94   32-32    125-242  .517  34-100   .354   93-117   .795   68-2.1   377-11.8
94-95   31-29    76-206   .369  30-91    .330   86-101   .851   82-2.6   268-8.6
95-96   28-28    99-238   .416  27-99    .273   88-106   .830   61-2.2   313-11.2
Totals  125-122  359-841  .427  114-355  .321   338-407  .830   287-2.3  1170-9.4


1989-1990 | Redshirt Year

Redshirted in basketball and played as a reserve on the baseball team.

1992-1993 | Freshman Year

Started in 33 of 34 games ... led the team in free throws and assists ... had six rebounds against New Mexico ... named to the All-Cougar Classic team where he led BYU in scoring against Georgia with 18 points in the championship game ... team leader in assists (4.3) ... had 10 assists three times, including Memphis ... led team 11 times in assists, and twice in scoring ... played for the 12 member West team in the summer U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio, Texas.

1993-1994 | Sophomore Year

Fifth in the WAC in field goal shooting ... was third team GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American, GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII and Academic All-WAC ... earned Charge (defense) Award, the Dish (assists) and the Mr. Hustle Award by his teammates.

1994-1995 | Junior Year

Suffered a broken nose twice at the Great Alaska Shootout and missed the Utah State game ... led team in free throws ... ranked at one time in the season among the NCAA free-throw top-20 ... tied school mark with 11-11 free throws at Air Force ... best game was 25 points against Air Force ... Academic All-WAC ... earned the Charge (defense) Award, the Best Free Throw Shooter Award, a Captains Award and received a team 3.0 GPA Award ... finished 24th in the NCAA statistics for his 85.1 free throw percentage.

1995-1996 | Senior Year

Named to the All-WAC defensive team ... led team in assists 19 of 28 games ... twice led BYU in scoring against New Mexico and Colorado State ... high point game 22 against Colorado State ... averaged 11.2 points and 5.1 assists his senior season ... shot .830 from the free throw line to lead BYU.