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men_s_basketball:mark_anglavar [2008/02/25 07:48]
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men_s_basketball:mark_anglavar [2017/12/02 10:59] (current)
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-====== Mark Anglavar ====== +====== Mark Anglavar ​#25 ====== 
 +{{  men_s_basketball:​anglavarhead.jpg|}}
 **Position:​** Guard\\ **Position:​** Guard\\
 **Height:** 6'​3"​\\ **Height:** 6'​3"​\\
-**Weight:** lbs.\\ +**Weight:​** ​180 lbs.\\ 
-**Birthdate:​** \\+**Birthdate:​** ​July 9, 1969\\
 **Hometown:​** La Salle, IL\\ **Hometown:​** La Salle, IL\\
 **High School:** Peru Township H.S.\\ **High School:** Peru Township H.S.\\
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 ===== Marquette Career ===== ===== Marquette Career =====
-Years Played: [[1987]], [[1988]], [[1989]], [[1990]] 
  
-Mark averaged 7.7 points as a freshman and was tri-Captain of the team during 1990-91 season. ​ He shot 51.9% from three point range that year.+=== 1987-88 === 
 +Mark averaged 7.7 points as a freshman and set a Marquette record for three pointers made in a single game, when he hit on six of seven shots against Air Force, scoring a career-high 21 points.\\ 
 +{{men_s_basketball:​anglavaraction.jpg|}} 
 +=== 1989-90 === 
 +Mark set Marquette'​s single game record for three-pointers with a 9 of 16 outing against Butler on Feb. 1, 1990; his single game record of 9 three-pointers made stood for more than 27 years. 
 + 
 +=== 1990-91 === 
 +Mark was named tri-Captain of the team and shot 51.9% from three point range that year.
  
-Mark holds Marquette'​s single game record for three-pointers with a 9 of 16 outing against Butler on Feb. 1, 1990.  He was also a graduate assistant ​Coach for [[Kevin O'​Neill]]'​s [[1991|1991-92]] squad.+Mark also worked as a graduate assistant ​coach for [[Kevin O'​Neill]]'​s [[1991|1991-92]] squad.
  
 === All-Time Career Leader Rankings === === All-Time Career Leader Rankings ===
   *5th, Three Point Field Goals Made (216)   *5th, Three Point Field Goals Made (216)
-  *7th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (501)+  *8th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (501)
   *2nd, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 200 att.) (43.1%)   *2nd, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 200 att.) (43.1%)
  
 === All-Time Single Game Rankings === === All-Time Single Game Rankings ===
   *1st, Three Point Field Goal Attempts, 16 vs. Butler (February 1, 1990)   *1st, Three Point Field Goal Attempts, 16 vs. Butler (February 1, 1990)
-  *1st, Three Point Field Goals Made, 9 vs. Butler (February 1, 1990)+  *2nd, Three Point Field Goals Made, 9 vs. Butler (February 1, 1990) (//18th in NCAA History//)
  
 === All-Time Single Season Rankings === === All-Time Single Season Rankings ===
-  *9th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (185)+  *10th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (185)
   *10th, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 att.) (42.6%)   *10th, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 att.) (42.6%)
  
 == All-Time Senior Season Rankings == == All-Time Senior Season Rankings ==
-  *8th, Three Point Field Goals Made (55) +  *10th, Three Point Field Goals Made (55) 
-  *9th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (116) +  *2nd, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 40 att.) (47.4%) 
-  *1st, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 40 att.) (47.4%) +  *8th, Assists (143)
-  *7th, Assists (143)+
  
 == All-Time Junior Season Rankings == == All-Time Junior Season Rankings ==
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 == All-Time Sophomore Season Rankings == == All-Time Sophomore Season Rankings ==
-  *6th, Three Point Field Goals Made (53+  *7th, Three Point Field Goals Made (53)
-  *10th, Three Point Field Goals Attempted (99)+
   *1st, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 50 att.) (53.5%) (//22nd in NCAA History//)   *1st, Three Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 50 att.) (53.5%) (//22nd in NCAA History//)
  

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