|High School:||Christ School|
Appeared in five games ... Made a steal against MIT (Nov. 11) ... Scored two points, coming on a dunk on the fastbreak off a steal, in win at Yale (Jan. 27).
Co-recipient of John Harnice Spirit Award ... Appeared in 13 games ... Grabbed two rebounds in win over Holy Cross (Nov. 17) ... Collected a board against Boston University (Dec. 11) ... Made a layup on a fast-break chance against MIT (Dec. 31) ... Came down with a rebound at George Washington (Jan. 15).
Appeared in all 29 games ... Hit 19 treys on the season ... Averaged 12.1 minutes and 4.5 points per game in rookie campaign ... Scored 13 points and went 4-6 from behind the arc in season opener at Holy Cross (11/13) ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week Nov. 16 after averaging 9.5 points and shooting 50 percent from behind the arc in first two collegiate games … Went 4-4 from the charity stripe in triple overtime win over William & Mary (11/15) ... Scored 14 points in 22 minutes against MIT (12/28/) ... Had 10 points in 15 minutes including a pair of threes in a 12-1 Harvard run at Santa Clara (1/04) ... Had nine points in 18 minutes at Columbia (1/29) ... Hit a 3-pointer from the corner with 26 seconds left to help send game into OT where he hit 3-of-4 FTs to seal a win at Yale (2/12) ... Scored 10 points in 22 minutes against Columbia (2/20).
Son of Chele and Antonio ... Three-year starter at guard for the Christ School ... Senior captain ... Also was a member of the track & field program ... Started his high school career at TC Roberson High School ... Touted as one of North Carolina's best high school shooters ... Earned all-conference honors all four years ... Christ School team won three NCISAA championships and was a "Best of the West" selection all three years as well ... Team posted a three-year record of 99-8 including a 34-2 mark in his junior season and a school-record 36 wins in 38 games in his senior season ... Three-time winner of the Chick-Fil-A Classic winner and 2009 Galaxio Tournament champion ... Four-year honor roll selection and undertook community service all four years ... Played on same high school team with Duke's Miles and Mason Plumlee and South Carolina's Lakeem Jackson ... Enjoys movies, music, computers and spending time with friends.
Dee Giger with Dr. Joan Miller, M.D., Chief and Chair of Ophthalmology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Harvard Medical School, in the entrance lobby of Lavietes Pavilion. Dr. Miller's son, Doug, is a 2010 graduate of Harvard College and was co-captain of our 2009-10 men's basketball team along with Jeremy Lin '10.