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  Andrew Bogut
Andrew Bogut

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Australian Institute of Sport

Weight:
245

Position:
Center/Forward

Experience:
2L

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Fast Facts
Andrew Bogut has been named the 2004-05 national player of the year by ESPN.com and Basketball Times ... Associated Press first team All-American and leading vote getter ... became the 11th Ute all-time to earn All-America honors ... the University of Utah has maintained a website (www.UtahUtes.com/andrewbogut) to promote him for postseason honors ... was a starter for Australia's 2004 Summer Olympics team ... named the 2004-05 Mountain West Conference Player of the Year ... honored as the MWC Freshman of the Year and a second team all-conference in 2003-04 ... started all 68 games in his two-year career at Utah ... announced on March 28 that he will forego his final two years at Utah and enter the 2005 NBA Draft ... also announced that day the formation of the "Andrew Bogut 4 Foundation," which is dedicated to reaching out to underprivileged youths struggling through difficult circumstances in four places "close to his heart"-Australia, Croatia, Utah and his future NBA home ... very good hands, an excellent passer and runs the floor well ... has a fine shooting touch to go with an excellent inside game ... shooting range extends beyond the three-point arc ... last name pronounced BO-gut.

2004-05 Honors

  • ESPN.com National Player of the Year
  • Basketball Times National Player of the Year
  • Wooden Award Top 5 Finalist
  • Naismith Award Top 4 Finalist
  • Associated Press First Team All-America
  • USBWA First Team All-America
  • NABC First Team All-America
  • Mountain West Conference Player of the Year
  • Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Team
  • USBWA District 8 Player of the Year
  • NABC First Team All-District 13
  • MWC Player of the Week Five Times
  • Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team

    Career Rankings
    Ranks 27th in career scoring (1,126 points), ninth in scoring average (16.5 ppg), 10th in rebounds (753), seventh in rebounding average (11.1 rpg), second in field goal percentage (60.3) and tied for fourth in blocked shots (109) at Utah ... one of 31 Utah players all-time to score 1,000 points in his career, but just the third to reach that mark in two seasons ... had 40 career double-doubles and 25 20-point games.

    Sophomore (2004-05)
    Started all 35 games for the Utes, leading them to a 29-6 record, the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament and a Mountain West Conference championship ... led the nation with 26 double-doubles ... scored in double figures in 37 consecutive games dating back to the final two games of the 2003-04 season to have the sixth-longest streak in the country ... scored at least 20 points 22 times ... ranked 19th in the NCAA in scoring (20.4 ppg), second in rebounding (12.2 rpg) and eighth in field goal percentage (62.0) ... led the Mountain West Conference in scoring (20.4 ppg), rebounding (12.2 rpg) and field goal percentage (62.0) ... also ranked third in blocked shots (1.86) and 13th in assists (2.34 apg) ... in MWC games only, ranked first in scoring (20.9 ppg), first in rebounds (12.5 rpg), first in field goal percentage (64.0), second in blocked shots (2.07), 13th in assists (2.50), 15th in free throw percentage (73.3) ... on the Ute single-season charts, ranked sixth in scoring (715 points), 15th in points per game (20.4), second in rebounds (427), tied for for fifth in rebound average (12.2), first in field goal percentage (62.0) and first in blocked shots (65) ... played all 40 minutes in eight games and at least 35 minutes 25 times ... at least three blocked shots in nine games ... career-high 33 points, 16 rebounds and a career-high tying five blocks in 39 minutes against Colorado State (Feb. 12) ... shot 17-for-19 from the free throw line and 8-for-14 from the field versus the Rams ... two nights later had his second career 30-point game with 31 points (11-16 FG, 9-11 FT),13 boards and four assists in 40 minutes against Wyoming (Feb. 14) ... one of only nine 20-20 games in the nation in 2004-05 with a career-high 20 rebounds and 24 points (11-14 FG, 2-2 FT) versus New Mexico (Jan. 22) ... 26 points (8-13, 1-2 3FG, 9-12 FT), 13 rebounds and three steals in 38 minutes against BYU (Feb. 26) ... 25 points (9-17, 7-10 FT), 12 rebounds in MWC Tournament semifinal win over UNLV (Mar. 11) ... 24 points (9-13, 2-3 3FG, 4-10 FT), 11 rebounds in NCAA first-round win over UTEP ... career-best seven assists in NCAA second-round win over Oklahoma (Mar. 19) ... 26th double-double of the season with 20 points and 12 rebounds in 40 minutes in NCAA regional semifinals against Kentucky ... had 23 points (8-8 FG, 7-10 FT), 12 rebounds, a season-high four assists and four blocked shots in 40 minutes against No. 22 Washington in the Great Alaska Shootout ... 21 points (10-16, 1-2 3FG) and 17 rebounds in MWC Tournament quarterfinal win over Colorado State (Mar. 10) ... 20 points (8-10 FG, 2-4 3FG, 2-2 FT), 10 boards and three assists at No. 15 Arizona ... 25 points and 15 rebounds against Colorado ... four nights later had 24 points and 17 rebounds versus LSU ... career high with five blocked shots and four assists against BYU (Jan. 31).

    2004 Olympics
    Starter for the Australian Olympic team in Greece ... averaged 14.8 points and 8.8 rebounds in five games for the Boomers ... at the end of the preliminary rounds, ranked fourth in the tournament in rebounds (8.8 rpg), fifth in blocked shots (1.2 bpg) and fourth in field goal percentage (58.0) ... had 21 points and nine rebounds in 35 minutes against Lithuania, which placed fourth in the tournament.

    Freshman (2003-04)
    CollegeInsider.com All-Freshman Team ... Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year ... second team all-Mountain West Conference ... NABC second team All-District 13 ... in the NCAA, ranked 21st in field goal percentage (57.7) and 15th in rebounds per game (9.9) ... ranked 14th in the Mountain West in scoring (12.5 ppg), third in rebounding (9.9 rpg), third in field goal percentage (57.7), 13th in assists (2.21 apg), fifth in blocked shots (1.33 bpg) ... 14 double-doubles, including six in 14 conference games ... broke the Mountain West freshman double-doubles record of eight set by Tom Bellairs of Air Force in 1999-2000 ... three 20-point games, 22 double-figure scoring games and 17 double-figure rebound games ... on the Ute freshmen charts, ranked second in points (411), third in scoring average (12.5 ppg), second in rebounds (326), second in rebounding average (9.9 rpg), first in field goals made (168), fourth in field goals attempted (291), third in field goal percentage (57.7), tied for fourth in free throws made (71), fifth in free throws attempted (111), first in blocked shots (44) ... on the overall season charts, ranked 10th in rebounds (326), third in offensive rebounds (106), fourth in defensive rebounds (220), third in blocked shots (44) ... season-best 21 points, as well as 12 rebounds, for a double-double against BYU (Jan. 31) ... shot 9-for-13 from the field, 1-for-2 from three-point range and 2-for-3 at the line ... 16 points, eight rebounds and two assists against Boston College in the NCAA Tournament first round ... double-double with 17 points (7-7 FT) and 14 boards in MWC Tournament title game ... five assists against Texas Tech, Utah State, BYU (Mar. 12) and UNLV (Mar. 13) ... 20 points, 16 rebounds and a career-best five blocked shots against Wyoming (Jan. 17) ... 20 points (7-11 FG, 6-8 FT), 14 rebounds and three blocked shots against New Mexico (Feb. 24) ... doubled-up at Colorado State (Feb. 14) with 16 points and 10 rebounds ... also had three blocked shots and three assists at CSU ... 14 points (7-9 FG), five assists and four blocked shots at Wyoming (Feb. 16) ... double-doubles in his first two games to earn MWC Player of the Week honors (Nov. 16-22) ... had 15 points and 16 rebounds against Georgia State in the Preseason NIT first round ... 19 points and 18 rebounds against Minnesota in the second round of the NIT ... 17 rebounds at New Mexico (Jan. 24).

    Prior To Utah
    Member of the U-19 Australian National Team ... named the MVP of the 2003 FIBA Junior World Championships in Greece in July after leading the Aussies to the title ... in eight games in the tournament, averaged 26.3 points, 17.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 blocked shots per game ... shot 61 percent from the field and 74 percent from the line ... had 22 points and 18 rebounds in a 106-85 win over the USA in the quarterfinals of the medal round ... played for the Australian Institute of Sport, which toured the United States in November of 2001 and '02 ... competed with AIS in the South East Australian Basketball League in 2003 ... averaged 22 points, 14.5 rebounds and 2.7 blocked shots in 31 minutes per game ... coached by Sinisa Markovic.

    Personal
    Andrew Michael Bogut is of Croatian descent ... son of Michael and Anne Susan Bogut ... born Nov. 28, 1984.

    Career/2004-05 Season Highs

    Career2004-05 Season
    Points33 vs. Colorado State (2/12/05)Same
    Rebounds20 vs. New Mexico (1/22/05)Same
    FG12 vs. Coppin State (12/20/04)Same
    FG Att21 vs. Colorado State (1/17/05)Same
    3-Pt. FG2, Two TimesSame
    3-Pt. FG Att.4 vs. Arizona (12/11/04)Same
    FT17 vs. Colorado State (2/12/05)Same
    FT Att. 19 vs. Colorado State (2/12/05)Same
    Assists7, vs. Oklahoma (3/19/05)Same
    Blocked Shots5, Four Times5, Two Times
    Steals3 vs. Weber State (12/28/04)Same
    Minutes40, Seven TimesSame

    Career Stats2004-05 Season Stats
    30-Point Games: 230-Point Games: 2
    20-Point Games: 2520-Point Games: 22
    10-Point Games: 5710-Point Games: 35
    20-Rebound Games: 120-Rebound Games: 1
    10-Rebound Games: 4310-Rebound Games: 26
    20-20 Games: 120-20 Games: 1
    Double-Doubles: 40Double-Doubles: 26

    2003-04 Game-By-Game

    OpponentMPFG3PFTRATSTP
    GEORGIA STATE (1)^327-100-11-41611115
    MINNESOTA (1)^338-91-12-41820019
    at Stony Brook^292-40-00-051114
    vs. Texas Tech (1)^344-80-01-5135019
    vs. Connecticut (1)^354-120-02-6711110
    UTAH STATE^335-100-02-41651112
    SAN DIEGO^233-30-00-082006
    SAVANNAH STATE^158-110-01-1211217
    at LSU^305-90-01-21111111
    CS NORTHRIDGE^355-60-07-91030117
    at Colorado^334-50-05-81311013
    SOUTHERN UTAH^264-40-03-4702011
    at Weber State^247-80-02-2631016
    PEPPERDINE^250-00-00-032100
    WHITWORTH^356-110-06-71532018
    *at UNLV^294-80-00-053008
    *WYOMING^358-130-04-121605020
    *COLORADO STATE^303-50-03-562019
    *at New Mexico^356-120-11-11731013
    *at Air Force^212-30-00-030004
    *BRIGHAM YOUNG^349-131-22-31232021
    *SAN DIEGO STATE^333-110-03-4112119
    *UNLV^326-120-02-21335014
    *at Colorado State^378-130-00-01033016
    *at Wyoming^357-90-00-1754114
    *AIR FORCE^196-90-03-4701015
    *NEW MEXICO^277-110-06-81403020
    *at Brigham Young^314-141-21-1710110
    *at San Diego State^293-60-03-483409
    vs. San Diego State (2)^284-110-01-1125209
    vs. Brigham Young (2)^354-81-20-065009
    vs. UNLV (2)^355-110-07-71420117
    vs. Boston College (3)^357-120-22-2820016

    ^Starter
    CAPS Home Game
    *Conference Game
    (1) Preseason NIT
    (2) MWC Tournament
    (3) NCAA Tournament

    2004-05 Game-By-Game

    OpponentMPFG3PFTRATSTP
    STONY BROOK^317-130-02-41033216
    vs. Washington (1)^408-80-07-101244123
    vs. High Point (1)^336-140-04-51141116
    vs. Furman (1)^386-100-17-9711119
    SOUTHERN UTAH^227-100-01-21423015
    at Utah State^376-100-03-4942115
    MONTANA-WESTERN^264-90-12-2633210
    at Arizona^368-102-42-21030120
    NO. COLORADO^299-110-06-61112224
    COPPIN STATE^3012-190-04-71412428
    at Cal Poly^379-160-05-81232023
    WEBER STATE^3710-180-02-21732322
    COLORADO^329-150-07-101501125
    LSU^4010-150-14-71700124
    WHITWORTH^1810-130-03-4840023
    *UNLV^355-80-00-01541010
    *at Wyoming^235-61-11-2821112
    *at Colorado State^3510-210-15-91821225
    *NEW MEXICO^3611-140-02-22003024
    *AIR FORCE^4011-120-03-6931025
    *at Brigham Young^377-100-06-8945120
    *at San Diego State^397-80-01-11321115
    *at UNLV^406-120-02-4432014
    *COLORADO STATE^398-140-017-191635233
    *WYOMING^4011-160-09-111341131
    *at Air Force^379-120-05-8912023
    *at New Mexico^357-170-21-21322015
    *BRIGHAM YOUNG^388-131-29-121301326
    *SAN DIEGO STATE^397-121-15-61543120
    vs. Colorado State (2)^3510-161-20-01701021
    vs. UNLV (2)^339-170-27-101221025
    vs. New Mexico (2)^378-151-22-21612119
    vs. UTEP (3)^409-132-34-101114024
    vs. Oklahoma (3)^404-70-12-31172010
    vs. Kentucky (3)^408-190-14-111200120

    ^Starter
    CAPS Home Game
    *Conference Game
    (1) Great Alaska Shootout
    (2) MWC Tournament
    (3) NCAA Tournament

    Bogut's Career Statistics

    SeasonG-GSMin-AvgFG-FGAPct3P-3PAPctFT-FTAPctOff-DefReb-AvgPF-DATTOBLSTPts-Avg
    2003-0433-331002-30.4168-291.5774-11.36471-111.640106-220326-9.980-273874414411-12.5
    2004-0535-351224-34.9281-453.6209-25.360144-208.692130-297427-12.278-182966534715-20.4
    Totals68-682226-32.7449-744.60313-36.361215-319.674236-517753-11.1158-3155183109481126-16.5
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