Marcus Sloan
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Marcus Sloan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Eisenhower

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 215

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
11/19/1982

Experience:
3L


TCU Career
2003-04

• Averaged a career-high 2.2 points and 3.5 rebounds per game during his junior year.
• Saw action in all 29 games, playing 13.7 minutes per game, including 15.0 minutes per league contest.
• Played more minutes (396) in the 2003-04 campaign than he did in his first two years combined (382).
• Led the team in blocked shots for the second straight year after registering a career-high 18 swats.
• Closed the year by being a presence on the backboards, averaging 5.8 rebounds per game over his last six outings.
• Made all seven of his field goal attempts from Dec. 3 through Dec. 13.
• Secured a career-best and team-high 10 rebounds, including seven offensive boards, in 15 minutes of play against Houston on Feb. 28.
• Dragged down seven rebounds, six offensive, in just 12 minutes against Charlotte on Feb. 25.
• Scored seven points and had four caroms in a season-high 22 minutes of play against Southern Miss on Jan. 28.
• Tied a personal best with three blocked shots against Texas-Arlington on Nov. 22 and equalled that mark in the next game against Tulsa on Nov. 29, giving him six blocks in the first two games of the season.
• Had five points and tied for the team lead with six rebounds in 13 minutes against Texas-Arlington.

2002-03
• Saw action in all 28 games for the Horned Frogs, making nine starts.
• Averaged 1.9 points and 2.2 boards per contest.
• Led the team in blocked shots with 12.
• Averaged 10.5 minutes per game and saw a career-high 23 minutes of work against Washington State on Nov. 30.
• Shot 43.6 percent (17-for-36) from the field on the season.
• Scored a career-high 13 points against Washington State, his first career double-figure scoring game.
• Also blocked a career-best three shots, the most by a TCU player all season, against the Cougars.
• Opened the campaign by starting the first seven games at power forward.
• Finished the season with a flurry on the glass, averaging 7.7 rebounds per game over the last three contests.
• Dragged down a career-best nine rebounds in 16 minutes of play at Houston on Mar. 1.
• Had five points and seven caroms in the season finale against USF on Mar. 8.

2001-02
• Played in 19 games as a true freshman, starting once.
• Averaged 0.7 points on the season, scoring a total of 13 points.
• Made five field goals and three free throws.
• Pulled down a total of 20 rebounds, an average of 1.1 per contest.
• Recorded six blocks, two assists and two steals.
• Earned his first collegiate start against Baylor.
• Played a season-high 13 minutes vs. Arkansas-Monticello, scoring two points and grabbing three rebounds.
• Scored a season-high four points against Lenoir-Rhyne, then matched that total with four points vs. Appalachian State.
• Had a season-high four rebounds in Feb. 9 win over Houston.

High School Career
• Was a two-time all-state selection at Eisenhower High School in Houston.
• Averaged 20 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks as a senior.
• Was a three-time first-team all-district choice, plus a two-time All-Greater Houston selection, including a first-team honoree his senior season.
• Was a McDonald's All-America nominee.
• Earned honorable mention All-American honors from USA Today and Street & Smith.
• Averaged 12 points and 9.1 rebounds a game as a sophomore and increased those numbers to 17 points and 11 boards as a junior.
• Was ranked among the top seniors in the state by TexasHoops.com and one of the top 100 players in the country according to The Sporting News.


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