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some 2011 regular season stats



From NCAA.com and ULSPorts.com, as of today for the regular 2011 season:


Gorgui Dieng finished in the top 50 for Rebounds Per Game. Great start for this already loved frosh. TJ was #65.

Peyton Siva finished in the top 25 for Steals Per Game.  His 66 steals ranks eighth in a single season all-time at U of Preston! was #50!  (Does the first ! negate the second ! ?) Peyton Siva also finished in the top 50 for Assists Per Game.  

          However, he was only #158 in ATO ratio. Work on it teddybear!

Preston! finished in the top 20 for 3 Point Goals Per Game, partly by being the 42nd best 3point shooter.

(I did not look up rebounding leaders.)

Louisville finished 75th in the nation in Men's Basketball Division I Scoring Defense. Immediately below Duke and UK. The Bearcats were 5th and Pittsburg 16th.

UL finished 7th in the nation in Assists Per Game. Pittsburg was 4th and Kansas 1st.

UL was 5th in the country at Steals per game. The Orange were 17th. Since the Cards were in the top third for Turnovers Per Game, this left UL 18th best for Assist/Turnover Ratio.

UL finished 12th in 3Point Goals Per game. BYU was 17th, Duke 20th and Notre Dame 26th. Conversely, they were top 20 at stopping 3 point goals. Arizona was 2nd, and Kansas 7th.

UL won at least 20 games for the ninth straight season, a feat accomplished by only nine schools.

Since joining the Big East, Louisville’s 71-33 league mark in that stretch trails only Pittsburgh (75-29.)

PK needs 39 to break 1000!

With its victory over Pitt, Louisville defeated four consecutive AP top-five opponents for the second time in school history and first since 1956.

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