Shooting guard back for senior season... Former JC transfer played all 28 games and made 19 starts last year in first season at Baylor... Great stand-still shooter... Provides experience to backcourt... Former member of Dallas Lincoln's 2002 mythical prep national championship team.
2004-2005 (Junior): Played all 28 games and started 19 at the shooting guard position as a junior in 2004-2005, his first season at Baylor... Averaged 4.8 points and 1.5 rebounds and shot 36.2 percent (38-105) on 3-point attempts... Started the first 19 games of the season, came off the bench in final nine games... Scoring average dropped from 6.9 through first 17 games to 1.5 points-per-game over final 11 contests... 85 percent of season point total (134) came from 3-pointers (38 for 114 points)... Shot 40.3 percent (27-67) on 3-pointers vs. non-conference opponents and 28.9 percent (11-38) vs. Big 12... Had 12 points on 4-of-7 3-pointers in Division I debut vs. Hillsdale College (11-22-04) in season opener... Impressive start to season included three straight double-digit scoring games (five total on season) and 13-of-23 (56.5%) shooting from 3-point range... Posted career-highs of 15 points, five 3-pointers and 35 minutes played in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12-1-04)... Matched career-best scoring total of 15 and added career-high five rebounds in win over Savannah State (1-13-05)... Totaled career-high of three assists twice in non-conference schedule, vs. Southern (12-18-04) and Chicago State (1-3-05).
2003-2004 (Sophomore - Tyler JC): Led Tyler Junior College (Tyler, Texas) to 17-11 record as a sophomore in 2003-2004... Averaged 18.1 points and 3.4 assists... Named to All-Region XIV first team... 18.1 scoring average ranked sixth in conference... Shot 40 percent on 3-pointers and 78.8 percent from free throw line as a sophomore... Played for head coach Mike Marquis at Tyler... Named the No. 8 junior college point guard in the nation by Hoopmasters.com and FutureStars magazine.
2002-2003 (Freshman - Tyler JC): Helped Tyler to 19-12 record as a freshman... Named to All-Region XIV third team as freshman at Tyler in 2002-2003.
HIGH SCHOOL: Member of Coach Leonard Bishop's 2001-2002 Lincoln High School (Dallas, Texas) state and national championship team that finished 40-0 during senior season... Scored 16 points in Lincoln's 71-51 state championship victory over defending champion Beaumont Ozen... Averaged 11.6 points and totaled 112 assists on state championship squad that included Chris Bosh (Georgia Tech, Toronto Raptors) and Bryan Hopkins (SMU)... Member of state semi-finalist team as a junior... Listed as honorable mention high school All-America by Street & Smith's preseason publication prior to senior year... Member of National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kevis Dewayne Shipman... Born Jan. 5, 1984... Son of Stephan and Shelane Shipman... Majoring in general studies.