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 Henry Dugat 5
Henry Dugat
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dayton, Texas

High School:
Dayton

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 177

Position:
G

Birthdate:
01/01/1987

Experience:
3L

03/03/2007

Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

Baylor vs. Oklahoma State

01/27/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas - 01/27/2007

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01/09/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas A&M University - 01/09/2007

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12/11/2006

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Baylor Men's Basketball vs. South Carolina - 12/09/2006

12/02/2006

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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.

Total 3-Point Rebounds
Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
2005-06 15 0 364 24.3 39 112 .348 23 63 .365 7 12 .583 2 31 33 2.2 36 2 20 35 0 10 108 7.2
2006-07 31 20 854 27.5 125 264 .473 56 138 .406 58 77 .753 49 82 131 4.2 78 2 68 67 7 36 364 11.7
2007-08 32 32 877 27.4 135 314 .430 44 114 .386 75 104 .721 29 103 132 4.1 66 1 51 55 8 46 389 12.2
2008-09 39 28 1112 28.5 126 311 .405 35 116 .302 81 103 .786 18 104 122 3.1 76 2 83 64 6 60 368 9.4
TOTAL 117 80 3207 27.4 425 1001 .425 158 431 .367 221 296 .747 98 320 418 3.6 256 7 222 221 21 152 1229 10.5

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