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 Chad Elsey 30
Chad Elsey
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flower Mound, Texas

High School:
Marcus HS

Last College:
SMU

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 205

Position:
Guard/Forward

Birthdate:
09/03/1978

Experience:
1L

Sharpshooting guard/forward in second and final season at Baylor after transferring from SMU? Outside scoring threat endured streaky season as junior last year? Athletic player who can play small forward or shooting guard? Coaches hope he regains shooting precision he demonstrated in two years at SMU and early in junior season? Career 9.6 point scoring average? Married last summer.

2000-2001 (Junior): Played in 27 games and made three starts as junior in first season at Baylor? Gained eligibility in season's fifth game and played in final 27? Averaged 6.8 points and made 26 percent of 3-pointers in 17.3 minutes-per-game in 2000-2001? Made impressive Baylor debut, scoring a game-high 20, hitting 4-of-5 3-pointers, shooting 4-of-4 free throws and totaling five rebounds, four assists and two steals in win at Cal State Fullerton? Earned the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week honor for Dec. 18, 2000 following his performance at Fullerton? Scored in double figures in first four outings, totaled eight double-figure scoring games on the season? Team record 8-0 when scoring in double figures? Hit 34 percent of 3-point shots (29-of-85) through first 10 games, cooled to 13 percent (7-of-54) over final 17 games? Averaged 27.4 minutes-per-game in non-conference games and 16.1 minutes in Big 12 play? Averaged 5.9 minutes and scored 6 points over final eight games? Scored season-high 23 points and hit career-high seven 3-pointers in win over Montana? Had finest conference game in home win over Texas Tech, scoring 13 points (3-of-8 3-pointers) and handing out four assists? Made starts in non-conference wins against Grambling State, Liberty and Texas Southern? Named to the Spring 2001 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

1999-2000 (redshirt): Sat out 1999-2000 season after transferring to Baylor from SMU, in compliance with NCAA's Division I transfer policy? Redshirted to retain a season of eligibility? Selected to the Big 12 Commissioner's 2000 Honor Roll? Named a preseason third-team all-WAC selection in Lindy's magazine prior to 1999-2000 season.

1998-99 (Sophomore - SMU): Only SMU player to start all 30 games... Averaged 13.4 points, second on the team... Double-figure scorer in 21 of 30 games... Shot 43 percent from the field, 31 percent from 3-point distance and 75 percent from the foul line... Ranked 11th in the WAC with 1.8 3-pointers per game... Team's high scorer five times and the leading assist man 10 times... Registered four 20-point games, including his career-best outburst of 28 vs. Alcorn State... Ranked second on the team with 13 dunks... Shot .471 from the field at home... Averaged 15.6 points and was a team-best .507 shooter against non-conference competition? Drained a 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left lifting SMU to an 80-78 upset win at UNLV... Made two free throws with seven seconds remaining to clinch SMU's 65-61 win at Richmond, RU's only home loss of the season... Connected on 10-of-12 field goals (4-of-5 from 3-point range) at Stephen F. Austin... Career highs in assists (five) and steals (five) against Liberty... Scored 27 points at Texas Tech prior to his 28-point game vs. Alcorn State... 55-point, two-game total the most by an SMU player in consecutive outings since 1993... Tied the school record with seven 3-point field goals at Texas Tech.

1997-98 (Freshman - SMU): Averaged 8.2 points and 3.3 rebounds, primarily coming off the bench as a true freshman... Started 10 games early in the season... Scored a season-high 27 points against Prairie View A&M, including 25 in the first half... Made six of eight 3-point shots and also grabbed a career-best eight rebounds... Added 15 points against Kent and 17 points/seven rebounds against Fresno State... Scored in double figures 12 times... Strong rebounding guard who had at least four boards 11 times during the 1997-98 campaign... Made two or more 3-point field goals in 12 games... Had a season-high four assists against Harvard and a season-high four steals vs. Davidson... 42 3-point field goals ranked second on the team and were the most by a freshman in the WAC... Integral part of a freshman class that combined to account for 37 percent of SMU's scoring and rebounding totals... Earned team's "Mr. Hustle" Award at SMU's annual basketball banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year captain at Flower Mound High School in Flower Mound, Texas? Rated as the 197th-best player in the country by Bob Gibbons' All-Star Sports Report... Tremendous offensive player who was a second-team Texas 5A All-State selection in 1996-97... Averaged 26.0 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.0 blocks per game as a senior... Scored 1,976 points in his high school career... Named Texas 5-5A Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Area by Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram... Selected a Street & Smith's All-American in 1996-97... Competed in the 53rd Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Basketball Game in 1997... Scored 12 of his team-high 19 points for the North team in the fourth quarter of that All-Star Game... Selected to play in the Oil Bowl Classic All-State game in addition to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches/McDonald's All-State game... Selected to all-tournament teams in every tournament in which he appeared throughout his prep career (eight times)... Scored a career-best 55 points vs. Wichita Falls (Texas) High School in 1996-97... Scored 49 points in a game his junior season and reached at least 40 points in three games as a senior... Averaged 28.9 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game as a junior... Shot 50 percent from the field and 77 percent from the free throw line during his career... Named the 1995 District 6-5A Defensive Player of the Year after his sophomore season.

PERSONAL: Married the former Julie Teter, a former collegiate golfer at SMU, last summer? Sister, Ashley, played basketball at Rice? Father, Chuck, played basketball at TCU from 1971-75? Grandfather, Gordon, played basketball at Tulsa from 1948-50? Wears jersey No. 30, as his sister did at Rice? Mother, Lori, grandfather Gordon Davis and great-grandparents all attended Baylor? Born 9-23-78 in Tulsa, Okla? Son of Chuck and Lori Elsey of Dallas, Texas? Majoring in finance.

ELSEY?S CAREER STATS

	??TOTAL??	??3-PTS??	?REBOUNDS?
Year	GP	GS	Min	Avg	FG	FGA	Pct	3FG	FGA	Pct	FT	FTA	Pct	Off	Def	Tot	Avg	PF	FO	A	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts	Avg
1997-1998 (SMU)	28	10	683	24.4	79	201	.393	42	122	.344	29	51	.569	41	51	92	3.3	49	1	48	40	5	24	229	8.2
1998-1999 (SMU)	30	30	907	30.2	148	341	.434	53	170	.312	54	72	.750	31	66	97	3.2	47	1	64	48	8	42	402	13.4
1999-2000 (Baylor)				redshirt
2000-2001 (Baylor)	27	3	466	17.3	62	193	.321	36	139	.259	23	31	.742	13	39	52	1.9	35	1	33	27	2	15	183	6.8
Baylor Career	27	3	466	17.3	62	193	.321	36	139	.259	23	31	.742	13	39	52	1.9	35	1	33	27	2	15	183	6.8
Career	85	43	2056	24.2	289	735	.393	131	431	.304	106	154	.688	85	156	241	2.8	131	3	145	115	15	81	814	9.6	

ELSEY?S BIG 12 STATS

	??TOTAL??	??3-PTS??	?REBOUNDS?
Year	GP	GS	Min	Avg	FG	FGA	Pct	3FG	FGA	Pct	FT	FTA	Pct	Off	Def	Tot	Avg	PF	FO	A	TO	Blk	Stl	Pts	Avg
2000-2001 (Baylor)	16	0	257	16.1	28	100	.280	13	71	.183	11	17	.647	8	23	31	1.9	22	1	18	19	2	7	80	5.0	       
Big 12 Career	16	0	257	16.1	28	100	.280	13	71	.183	11	17	.647	8	23	31	1.9	22	1	18	19	2	7	80	5.0
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