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#23 Ryan Bright
Position: Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 208
Year: Senior
Hometown: Deer Park, TX
High School: Deer Park HS
Experience: 3 Letters

2006-07 Junior
Southland Conference men's basketball "Student-Athlete of the Year" in 2007 ... first team All-Southland Conference selction ... first team Academic All-SLC with 3.57 grade point average ... three-time SLC Player of the Week ... ranked among the top 10 in the Southland in scoring (14.8 points per game), rebounds (8.1 rpg), field goal percentage (.514), and steals (1.7 spg) ... 20th Bearkat to score more than 1,000 career points (1,065) ... scored in double figures 55 times in his career ... season highs included 31 points in SLC tournament first round vs. Lamar ... Dean's List student and a member of the SHSU Student Athlete Advisory Council

2005-06 Sophomore
Honorable mention All-Southland and first team Academic All-SLC ... Bearkats’ top rebounder and second-leading scorer ... fourth in the Southland in rebounds (7.9), 12th in steals (1.6), and 21st in scoring (11.5) ... third on the team in minutes played (28.0), appearing in all 31 contests ... started 21 games ... Southland “Player of the Week” Nov. 21 after leading Kats to Preseason NIT quarterfinals with 28 points at Missouri and 21 at Drexel ... Fiesta Bowl All-Tournament ... scored in double figures in 17 games this year and 31 during his career

2004-05 Freshman
Southland Conference "Freshman of the Year" ... sixth man for the 2005 Bearkats, averaging 8.3 points and 4.5 rebounds ... played in all 30 games, averaging 17.6 minutes per game ... started in the Wiley College victory ... scored in double figures 14 contests including season bests of 19 points at Texas-Pan American and 17 points vs. Southeastern Louisiana in Huntsville ... produced team's top three point shooting percentage (.417) and ranked fourth on the squad in rebounding and fifth in scoring

Deer Park High School
Signed with the Bearkats on the first day of the November, 2003, early signing period ... two-time All-District selection for Coach Billy Cararlisle at Deer Park ... averaged 17.9 points and 10.4 rebounds ... “Most Valuable Player” in District 23-AAAAA ... finalist in the Houston Rockets Clutch City Shootout contest.

Head Coach Bob Marlin:
“Ryan has had another big season for us. He has been a consistent performer for us. Ryan is a versatile player. He is an excellent shooter and has good ball skills. He has led the team in rebounding the past two years and has been a three-time SLC Player of the Week selection this year.”

Year GP Min FG-FGA Pct. 3Pt-Att. Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb-Avg. Ast BS Stl Pts-Avg.
2005 30 528 91-188 .484 35-84 .417 32-62 .516 135-4.5 44 12 20 249-8.3
2006 31 868 131-281 .466 31-93 .333 63-141 .447 245-7.9 89 22 51 356-11.5
2007 31 909 171-333 .514 36-94 .383 82-153 .536 250-8.1 87 45 54 460-14.8
Total 92 2305 393-802 .490 102-271 .376 177-356 .497 630-6.8 220 79 125 1,065-11.6
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