2002-2003 (redshirt): Post player transferred from the University of New Mexico... Redshirted the 2002-2003 season to comply with NCAA's Division I transfer policy.
2001-2002 (Sophomore - New Mexico): Started 28 games and named All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention as sophomore at New Mexico in 2001-2002... Averaged 10.6 points and 7.5 rebounds... Tallied four double-doubles on the season... Led team and finished fifth in conference with 7.5 rebounds per game, including a MWC-best 91 offensive boards... Honored with "Mr. Rebound" award at team banquet... Shot 50.8 percent from field, ninth best percentage in conference... Earned career-first double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds vs. California... Recorded career-high 17 rebounds and added 10 points vs. Alcorn State... Received four stitches during Alcorn State game, returned to play... Matched career-high 17 boards with seven rebounds in 31 minutes vs. Air Force... Had 16 points and 14 rebounds in career-high 40 minutes vs. UNLV, added four blocks and three steals before fouling out... Career-high 24 points as well as 13 rebounds at UNLV in first round of MWC Tournament, played 40 minutes before fouling out in second overtime.
2000-2001 (Freshman - New Mexico): Averaged 12.6 minutes as freshman reserve forward at New Mexico in 2000-2001... Played in 33 games and made two starts... Named UNM's Most Improved Player... Averaged 2.3 points and 4.1 rebounds... Over last 12 games, averaged 3.9 points and 6.4 boards in 18.8 minutes (up from 1.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in first 21 games)... 6.4 average rebounds over final 12 games topped team... 138 rebounds was third highest all-time by UNM freshman... Earned starts at San Diego State and in finale at Memphis... Totaled career-high nine points with seven rebounds vs. Memphis in NIT quarterfinal... Had four points and career-high 11 boards in 20 minutes against Mercer... Two points, 10 rebounds and two blocks in 18 minutes at Wyoming... Set three career bests vs. BYU at home, 11 rebounds, four blocks and 29 minutes played... Registered 10 rebounds and season-high six offensive boards vs. BYU in MWC Tournament.
HIGH SCHOOL: Finished prep career at St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif... Played for head coach Steve Filios... Missed half his senior season at St. Francis recovering from a torn ACL, which required surgery in August 1999... Injured knee at ABCD Adidas Camp in New Jersey... Sat out junior year after transferring from Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, Calif... Averaged 20 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocks as a sophomore at WHS under coach Shawn Valenzuela... Rated a 1999-2000 high honorable mention All-America by Street & Smith's magazine.
PERSONAL: Born 1-28-82 in Oakland, Calif... Full name is Patrick James Dennehy... Son of Brian and Valorie Brabazon... majoring in speech communications.