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  Jerome Randle
Jerome Randle

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chicago, IL

High School:
Hales Franciscan HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 172

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3V

02/19/2009

Rout of Ducks is Bears' 20th Win

Rout of Ducks is Bears' 20th Win

12/08/2006

MBB vs. Chicago State

Cal 75, Chicago State 51 - December 8, 2006

As a Senior in 2009-10: Named Pac-10 Player of the Year, USBWA District IX Player of the Year and an AP honorable mention All-American after leading Cal to its first conference title since 1960 ... Cal's all-time scoring leader with 1,835, passing Sean Lampley (1998-01, 1,776 points) during his 24-point effort against UCLA in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinals ... also Cal's career leader in both three-pointers (252) and free throw percentage (88.1%), while ranking second with 524 assists ... made 40 consecutive free throws to set the new school record ... scored 21 points against Louisville in the NCAA Tournament ... an explosive scorer who can extend defenses with his long-range shooting ability ... his 92 three-pointers broke his own school mark of 82 established last season ... the only Cal player and just the sixth player in Pac-10 history to record at least 1,700 points and 500 assists ... earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors and USBWA National Player of the Week honors after leading Cal to a home sweep of Washington and Washington State, which included 33 points against the Huskies ... set a career high in scoring with 39 points at Washington State ... collected 29 points at USC and 25 more at Arizona State, including 4-for-7 from behind the arc ... swished 139 of his 149 free throw attempts this season (93.3%), the best season average in school history; also led the Pac-10 and was second in the nation ... had a perfect first half vs. Oregon in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 tourney, making all eight of his shots, including four three-pointers, and going 2-for-2 from the FT line for 22 points ... named to the Pac-10 All-Tournament team after setting a tourney record by going 16-for-16 at the FT line in three games ... only missed two games during his tenure at Cal, appearing in 132 games and started 96 of them.

As a Junior in 2008-09: Randle was a first-team All-Pac-10 selection and named to the All-District IX team by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association ... ranks 20th all-time in scoring in school history with 1,184 points ... scored 603 points on the season, which ranks seventh all-time at Cal ... the school's all-time leader in career free-throw percentage (85.5), seventh all-time in career assists at 374 and tied for third in 3-point field goals at 160 ... set the school single-season record for three-pointers with 82 and in three-point attempts (177) ... fifth on Cal's all-time three-point shooting chart at 40.6 percent, and his season percentage of 46.3 was the third best in school history ... also shot 41.7 percent from three-point distance in Pac-10 games ... his season free-throw percentage of 86.3 ranks sixth on Cal's all-time list ... hit eight three-pointers at Arizona on March 5, one shy of the school record for most in a game, ending the night with a career-high 31 points, becoming the 32nd player in school history to score 30 points in a game ... led the Bears with 18.3 ppg and had 15 20-point efforts ... finished conference play third in scoring and tied for first in assists at 5.0 apg ... his 165 assists were the ninth most in a season at Cal ... scored the 1,000th point in his collegiate career vs. Washington on Feb. 5 ... paced Cal in scoring 20 times in 33 games, including a career-high 31 points at Arizona ... posted 26 points vs. Florida State and Arizona State, 24 points at Arizona State, 23 points after a slow start at Washington, 20 vs. Oregon State and UCLA, and 22 vs. Oregon ... in Seattle, Randle drilled a trey with 44 seconds left to send the game in overtime when the Bears eventually won in the third overtime period ... his 26 points and 10 assists vs. Arizona State earned him a double-double ... recorded 12 points in the second half against Stanford, helping the Bears erase a 22-point deficit and earn the win ... nailed the game-winning three-pointer with six seconds left to top Utah, part of his game-high 21 points on the night ... hit three key 3-pointers over the final 7:38 and finished with 24 points and six assists in Cal's win against DePaul ... earned Pac-10 Player of the Week honors after putting up 23 points to go with his game-high eight assists vs. Nevada ... named Tournament MVP of the Golden Bear Classic, earning the honor for the second year in a row.

As a Sophomore in 2007-08: Randle ranked ninth in the Pac-10 with 3.74 assists per game ... also second in free-throw shooting (87.0%) and 10th in three-point accuracy (39.7%) ... reached double figures in scoring 21 times ... missed the first two games of the season after undergoing a kidney biopsy on Oct. 29, 2007, a procedure that revealed a mild inflammation that could be treated with medication ... returned to the court vs. San Diego State on Nov. 24, coming off the bench for 21 points in 32 minutes ... tossed in 16 points in Cal's win over Missouri ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week and tournament MVP after scoring 20 points against Long Beach State and a then-career-best 26 points vs. North Dakota State in the Golden Bear Classic from Dec. 28-29 ... had 16 points and a personal-high nine assists in a home victory over USC to open Pac-10 action ... finished with 12 points, seven assists and seven rebounds vs. Stanford ... came off the bench for 17 points at Arizona ... had just one turnover in 39 minutes vs. Washington in the Pac-10 Tournament ... paced the Bears with 18 points at Ohio State in the NIT ... shot 21-for-22 from the free throw line in the last two minutes of games and overtime ... started 27 games at point guard as a sophomore ... made 87.0 percent of his free throws, which ranked second in the Pac-10.

As a Freshman in 2006-07: Randle played in all 33 games his freshman campaign, starting once at Washington ... reached double figures in scoring his first two games away from home with 18 points at San Diego State and 14 points in the first round of the Great Alaska Shootout vs. Marshall ... chipped in 12 points vs. San Diego in the Golden Bear Classic ... totaled a season-best 19 points vs. Stanford Feb. 3 ... dished out a season-high of seven assists against Furman and matched the total with seven more assists against USC ... also added 12 points against the Trojans in Berkeley ... sank his first 12 free throws of the year and finished 48-for-59 (81.4%).

High School: Randle averaged 25 ppg, 1.5 rpg, 4 apg and 3 spg in earning state Class A Player of the Year honors from the Chicago Sun-Times ... also voted first-team all-state (Class A) by Illinoisprephoops.com and second-team all-state (all divisions) by the Chicago Tribune ... won the three-point shooting contest and was named the game's Co-MVP after scoring 31 points in the Illinois-Missouri Riverwar All-Star Game ... led teams to a pair of championships in 2005 ... guided his high school team to a 27-4 record and the Illinois state title ... later helped his Chicago Ferrari team to the 17-and-under AAU national crown, earning tournament MVP honors.

Personal: Jerome J. Randle ... born May 21, 1987, in Chicago, Ill. ... mother is Zsa-Zsa Miller ... has two brothers and two sisters ... member of the National Honors Society in high school ... the fourth Chicago-area player to play for the Bears in recent years, joining Eric Vierneisel (Algonquin, 2005-08), Dennis Gates (Chicago, 1999-2002) and Sean Lampley (Chicago, 1998-2001) ... African American studies major.

Career Highs
Points: 39 at Washington State, Jan. 14, 2010
Rebounds: 7 twice, last vs. Stanford, Feb. 14, 2009
Assists: 10 vs. Arizona State, Jan. 4, 2009
Blocks: 1 vs. Nevada, Dec. 3, 2006
Steals: 4 vs. Long Beach State, Dec. 28, 2007

Career Statistics

Year G-Gs Min Fg-Fga Pct 3p-3pa Pct Ft-Fta Pct Reb Avg Pf-D Ast To Blk St Tp Avg
2007 33-1 587 70-180 .389 26-86 .302 48-59 .814 50 1.5 49-0 93 57 1 15 214 6.5
2008 31-27 1001 124-290 .428 52-131 .397 67-77 .870 77 2.5 63-2 116 93 0 26 367 11.8
2009 33-33 1164 191-381 .501 82-177 .463 139-161 .863 100 3.0 58-1 165 95 0 24 603 18.3
2010 35-35 1224 210-460 .457 92-228 .404 139-149 .933 73 2.1 52-0 150 123 0 26 651 18.6
Total 132-96 3976 595-1311 .454 252-622 .405 393-446 .881 300 2.3 222-3 524 368 1 91 1835 13.9


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