Corey Santee
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Corey Santee

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flint, Michigan

High School:
Southwestern Academy

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
09/13/1983

Experience:
3L


TCU Career
• Became the 27th member of the school's 1,000-point club at Texas Tech on Dec. 10 and currently ranks eighth on the all-time list with 1,331 points.
• Is on pace to score 1,775 points in his career, which would rank second on TCU's all-time scoring list behind only Darrell Browder (1,886).
• Is Conference USA's active career scoring leader and would rank fifth on C-USA's all-time scoring list with 1,775 points if he scores his three-year average of 444 points per season.
• Has moved into fourth position on the school's assist list (448).
• Is second among active C-USA players in career assists and sixth on the all-time list with 448, and if he records his yearly average of 149, would move into third place on the charts with 597.
• Has started 61 consecutive games for the Frogs.

2003-04
• Was a third-team All-Conference USA selection, becoming the first TCU player to earn all-league mention since Junior Blount in 2002.
• Named TCU's Most Valuable Player following the season.
• Ranked first on the team in scoring at 14.5 per contest and in assists at 4.4 per game.
• Averaged 15.9 points per game in league contests, ranking seventh.
• Tied for fifth among Conference USA players in assists per game on the year at 4.4.
• Started all 29 games at point guard and played a team-high 33.1 minutes per contest.
• Scored at least 10 points a team-high 24 times and led the squad in scoring on 11 occasions.
• Hit the game-winning shot, a one-handed floater from 10 feet from the right baseline, with eight seconds left to lift the ninth-seeded Horned Frogs over eighth-seeded Marquette 64-62.
• Had each of the Frogs' four points in the final minute in that C-USA Tournament victory, the Horned Frogs' first league postseason tournament triumph since 2000.
• Was held without an assist in the last two regular-season conference contests after having at least one assist in each of his first 84 college games.
• Had a team-high 21 points against Memphis on Jan. 31 in the first meeting with the Tigers.
• Registered 16 points at Marquette on Feb. 3 and sealed the game by going 6-for-6 from the free throw line in the final 31 seconds in TCU's 85-79 victory.
• Tallied a season-high 25 points, a figure that was nearly half of the team's total of 54, in a victory at USF on Feb. 9.
• Scored a team-high 19 points against No. 1 Kansas on Dec. 1 and added 19 vs. No. 22 Vanderbilt on Jan. 3.
• Had all 16 of his points in the second half to lead TCU over C-USA foe Tulane on Jan. 10.
• Was held in single-digits in consecutive games (Murray State and Washington State) for just the second time in his career.

2002-03
• Was one of two Frogs to start all 28 games and topped the team in minutes per game (33.9).
• Was the Frogs' warrior, playing at least 30 minutes in all but two games on the year.
• Finished second on the squad in scoring at 16.3 points per game, and led the squad with 141 assists (5.0 apg).
• Was one of just three players in Conference USA to place in the league's top 10 in both points and assists.
• Shot 37.0 percent from three-point range (64-for-173), more than six percent higher than the previous season.
• Scored at least 20 points in a game 10 times, a team high.
• Poured in a season-high 27 points at No. 10 Creighton on 11-of-18 shooting.
• Narrowly missed double-doubles as he finished with nine assists against Louisiana-Monroe and Centenary.

2001-02
• Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team and the College Insider.com National All-Freshman Team.
• Ended the season ranked second in C-USA in assists with 180.
• Established a TCU freshman record for assists, and ended the year with the sixth-most in a single season.
• Reached double figures in assists four times, plus posted at least five dimes in 18 of 31 games.
• Dished out a season-high 12 against Southwest Texas.
• Was one of only two players in C-USA to record a 20-point, 10-assist game, and he accomplished the feat twice.
• Finished second on the team in scoring with an average of 14.7 points per game.
• Scored in double figures in 25 games, including 12 times in league play.
• Led the team in points on four occasions.
• Trailed only Memphis' Dajuan Wagner in freshman scoring average.
• Hit a floater with 17.7 seconds left to give the Frogs a 65-63 lead against East Carolina.
• Had solid game at Tulane, scoring 25 points (10-of-16 shooting) and dishing out eight assists.
• Posted double-double at South Florida, notching 18 points and 11 assists.
• Recorded his first career double-double with 20 points and 12 assists vs. Southwest Texas.
• Named to the Las Vegas Invitational all-tourney team after scoring 76 points and dishing out 29 assists in four games.
• Finished second on the team in free throw percentage with a mark of 76.8 percent, and hit 80.7 (46-of-57) percent in league play.
• Named Conference USA Co-Player of the Week for the period ending Dec. 30, when he came off the bench to score a season-high 32 points and dish out 10 assists, leading the Frogs to a 92-81 win over Baylor.
• Hit 40.0 percent from the field and 30.9 percent from beyond the three-point line.
• Ranked second on squad with 44 steals.

High School Career
• Averaged 20 points and seven assists per game as a senior at Flint Southwestern Academy.
• Finished runner-up as Mr. Basketball in state of Michigan.
• Earned first-team all-state, all-valley and all-city honors after senior season.
• Was a three-year letterman for coach Jeff Whitely.
• Averaged 15 points and eight assists as a junior.
• Rated the number one point guard in the 2001 class in the state of Michigan by Prep Spotlight magazine.
• Was a preseason national top-35 point guard by Prepstars.com.


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