Earned a scholarship following his sophomore year after playing his first two seasons as a walk-on ... Started 12 games as a sophomore (nine of the last 10 straight) ... Scored eight or more points on 15 occasions (10 in double figures) ... Produced a career-high 25 points, hitting 8-of-9 shots, including 6-of-7 threes against TCU in the C-USA Tourney ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds vs. Charlotte (H) and added 12 points. He had 24 assists with 13 turnovers over the last 10 games while playing good defense ... Totalled 17 points, five assists and only one turnover in a starting role at Marquette, hitting 5-of-9 three-pointers ... Had 14 points, four rebounds, two assists and no turnovers off the bench at DePaul ... Produced a career-high 21 points and added three assists against South Florida with an exceptional shooting performance. He hit 7-of-9 three-point goals, the third best three-point shooting performance ever in a C-USA game ... 70 percent of his shots came behind the three-point line (151 of 215). As a freshman, 81 of his 109 field goal attempts were three-pointers (74 percent)... Connected on 33 percent or better of his three-point attempts in 16 games ... Broke the fifth metacarpal in his left hand on Sept. 6 in a pickup game prior to this season ... His brother William Unseld played basketball at South Carolina.
Non-scholarship guard who played in all 31 games ... Fourth on the team in three-pointers, hitting 23-of-81 (.284) ... Scored in double figures on five occasions, including three of the last 11 games ... Handed out a career-high seven assists and four rebounds at Marquette (2-24-01) ... Had 10 points and two assists at Utah (2-17-01) ... Totalled 10 points, three assists, two rebounds and no turnovers vs. DePaul (1-27-01), hitting both of his three-point tries and all four of his free throws ... Had one of his finer games against Charlotte (2-11-01) with 12 points, four rebounds, five assists and no turnovers ... Led the Cardinals with a season-high 13 points vs. Dayton (12-23-00), hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers ... Scored five points as a starter vs. Western Ky. (12-9-00) ... Produced 10 points and four assists off the bench against Murray State (12-21-00) ... Can bench press over 300 pounds.
Averaged 14.3 points and 7.1 assists as a senior at Jeffersonville (Ind.) High School for coach Mike Broughton. Jeffersonville posted a 22-3 team and reached the Final Four in Indiana's Class 4-A state tournament ... Was a second-team all-state selection by Hoosier Basketball Magazine, earned All-Hoosier Hills Conference honors twice, and was an honorable mention all-state pick ... Former U of L guard B.J. Flynn also hails from Jeffersonville High School and was a three-year letterman as a walk-on (1994-97) ... Chose to walk-on at Louisville after also considering attending Indiana State, Miami (Ohio), Western Kentucky and Morehead State.
Born April 12, 1982 ... Son of William Northern ... Youngest of five children ... Major is communication with a minor in sociology ... Personal goal at U of L is to graduate ... Post-college ambition is to "be happy, healthy and successful." ... Enjoys watching movies, playing video games and listening to music in his spare time ... Few people know this, but "I like oldies." ... Chose to attend U of L because of "the tradition and fans." ... Best basketball advice given to him was to work harder than everyone else ... Most proud of his father ... His brother Billy has had the greatest influence on his athletic career ... Would most like to meet Jesus ... When he played basketball as a kid, he pretended he was Michael Jordan.
Basketball Player: Kobe Bryant ... NBA Team: Los Angeles Lakers ... Athlete, Other than a basketball player: Tiger Woods ... Movie: He Got Game ... TV Shows: Martin, Blind Date ... Book: Bible ... Musical Group/Singer: Eminem, Ginuwine, Ludacris ... Foods: steak, chicken, pizza, baked potato ... Midnight Snack: cereal (Lucky Charms) ... Best Athlete Ever Faced: Lenny Bruce.