Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas State - 12/02/2006
2008 All-Big 12 honorable mention (coaches)
INTANGIBLES / Known for highlight-reel quality drives, dunks and blocks Praised by coaches for defensive skills Ranks 12th all-time at Baylor with 1,229 career points Tied BU school record with 64 career victories Tied for fourth all-time with 117 games played Ranks fourth all-time with 3,207 minutes played Finished seventh all-time with 158 career 3-point field goals made Finished career fourth all-time at Baylor with 152 career steals 40 1/4-inch vertical jump.
2008-09 [SENIOR] / Played in all 39 games, making 28 starts as a senior Finished fifth on the team with 9.4 points per game and third in assists (2.1) One of five Bears to play more than 1,100 minutes Shot 40.5 percent from the floor (126-of-311) and 30.2 percent (35-of-116) from 3-point range Finished career 12th in BU history with 1,229 points Became 21st player in school history to score 1,000 career points, reaching the milestone Dec. 22 vs. Hartford Scored game-high 22 points with five assists in season-opening rout of Paul Quinn Nov. 15 Fell one assist shy of a triple-double, tallying 13 points, a career-high 10 rebounds and nine assists in win over Southern Nov. 22 All 10 rebounds vs. Southern were on the defensive end Chipped in game-high 19 points in loss to Wake Forest in 76 Classic championship game Nov. 30 Went 6-for-6 from the free throw line in win at Washington State Scored eight-straight points to spur 10-0 Baylor run and help Bears to 27-point win vs. Prairie View A&M Dec. 13 Poured in 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting in win vs. Jackson State Totaled six points, team-highs of four assists and three steals, while hitting two free throws with 20 secons left in upset win of Kansas in Big 12 Championship quarterfinals Broke shooting slump with 17 points in Big 12 Championship semifinal win over Kansas (first 10+ point outing in previous 11 games) Held scoreless vs. Georgetown in NIT first round Scored 10 points in 27 minutes in win at Virginia Tech Chipped in five points in 19 minutes in win at Auburn Reverse lay-up in NIT championship game vs. Penn State made SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays.
2007-08 [JUNIOR] / One of three players to start all 32 games for the Bears Averaged 12.2 points and 4.1 rebounds per game Averaged 13.1 points (tied for 16th) and 1.44 steals (9th) per game, while shooting 46.2 percent (9th) from 3-point range in Big 12 games Tied for fifth on Baylor's career 3-point shooting list with a 39.0 percentage Finished with a team-best 46 steals (ranked tied for 11th in Big 12 with 1.37 steals per game) Has hit at least one 3-pointer in 60 of 78 career games - two or more 33 times Opened the regular season with 16 points in 21 minutes vs. Jackson State (11/11/07) Scored 17 points on 7-for-14 shooting, including 3-for-5 from 3-point range, vs. Centenary (11/24/07) Eclipsed the 20-point mark for the first of four times, scoring 20 points in a win over Prairie View A&M (12/29/07) Two nights later, dropped 21 vs. Florida A&M (12/31/07) Scored double figures in 11 of the Bears' 16 Big 12 regular season games Scored 15 points, while pulling down a career-high nine rebounds, vs. Iowa State (1/12/08) Poured in a season-high 23 points on 8-for-13 shooting vs. Oklahoma State (1/15/08) Played a season-high 37 minutes in Baylor's 116-110 5-OT win over Texas A&M (1/23/08) Chipped in 19 points in 33 minutes vs. Texas (2/16/08) Added 21 points on 5-for-9 shooting, including a perfect 5-for-5 from 3-point range and 6-for-6 at the free throw line at Colorado (2/27/08) Went a perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line against Colorado a second time in the Big 12 Championship (3/13/08).
2006-07 [SOPHOMORE] / Played in all 31 games during sophomore season in 2006-07 Starter in season's first 18 games before assuming sixth-man role over latter half of season (made two additional starts in February for an injured Aaron Bruce) Finished third on team with 11.7 scoring average and fourth on squad with 4.2 rebounds per game Shot team-best 40.6 percent from 3-point range Second on team with 36 steals Hit at least one 3-pointer in 26 of 31 games (two or more in 15 games) Scored in double-digits in 18 of 31 games (team record 11-7 in such games) Started season strong, averaged 16.0 points through first five games Had career performance in double-OT win over Colorado State (11/14/06) at NIT Season Tip-Off, scoring career-high 29 points and recording two highlight reel-quality blocks in career-high 45 minutes Posted career-high four steals in win over Texas Southern (11/20/06) Came off bench in 19th game vs. Kansas (1/24/07), assumed sixth-man role for much of remainder of season Tallied a career-high nine rebounds in win over Colorado (1/30/07) Finished season strong, averaging 16.0 points, 4.3 rebounds and shooting 48.9 percent on 3-pointers over final eight games Scored 25 points (3-of-4 3-pointers) and tied career-high with five assists in Baylor's upset over Missouri in Big 12 Championship (3/8/07).
2005-06 [FRESHMAN] / Played in 15 of 17 games as true freshman in Baylor's abbreviated season; missed two games due to injury Averaged 24.3 minutes off bench, the most minutes played by a reserve Averaged 7.2 points (fourth on the team), 2.2 rebounds and shot 36.5 percent on 3-pointers on the season Scored eight points in collegiate debut at Texas Tech (1/11/06) Scored in double figures in four of next six games Had breakout game in close loss at Texas A&M (1/28/06) when he scored 13 straight points in five-minute stretch to spark Bears; finished with then-season-high 18 points on 4-of-6 3-point shots Continued hot streak in next game, a shocking overtime win over Kansas State (2/1/06), as he scored 17 of team's 20 points in seven-minute stretch and finished with season-high 23 points, including 6-of-13 3-pointers Failed to reach double-figures in scoring again (final eight games played) after that career output Forced to sit out wins over Iowa State (2/25/06) and Texas Tech (3/1/06) due to an undisclosed infection Returned and saw limited action in final two games of season; scored three points in 11 minutes at Oklahoma State (3/4/06) and scored two points in 14 minutes vs. Colorado in Big 12 Championship (3/9/06) Shot just 4-for-20 on 3-pointers in final seven games played Member of "Freshman Four" rookie quartet (along with Mamadou Diene, Curtis Jerrells and Kevin Rogers) that accounted for 46 percent of team's points and 51 percent of rebounds.
HIGH SCHOOL / Consensus national top-100 recruit out of Dayton (Texas) High School Starred at point guard for Dayton under head coach Geoff McCracken Rated the 74th-best recruit nationally by Rivals.com Additional national ratings No. 80 Scout.com, No. 83 Hoop Alliance, No. 84 CSTV.com, No. 94 Hoopmasters, No. 103 HoopScoop Among top 15 point guards nationally, rated No. 12 at position by Rivals.com and Athlon, No. 15 by Scout.com and No. 19 by Hoopmasters Ranked the sixth-best recruit in the state by TexasRoundball.com and No. 7 by TexasHoops.com Named a high honorable mention All-American by Street & Smith's prior to senior season Named to 2005 TABC 4A All-State team after leading Broncos to 21-7 record and bi-district round of playoffs Averaged 25.5 points, 5.7 assists and 3.8 steals per game as a senior in 2005 and put together single-game highs of 52, 43 and 42 points Second-highest scoring average in state Class 4A as junior in 2003-04, 28.9 points per game (second to Daniel Gibson of Houston Jones) Scored 51 points in 92-87 win over Dickinson as junior Averaged 5.5 assists, 5.2 rebounds and shot 43.3 percent from 3-point range as junior Led Dayton to 16-13 record in 2003-04, first winning season in 12 years Selected second-team All-Region III by TABC following junior season Averaged 25 points as sophomore in 2002-03 Played for Team USA at 2005 Global Games in Dallas.
PERSONAL / Full name is Henry Lloyd Dugat III (pronounced DOO-got) Born Jan. 1, 1987, in Liberty, Texas Son of Henry Jr. and Gladys Dugat of Dayton, Texas Majoring in speech communications.