Shea Ralph - University of Connecticut Statistics

University of Connecticut Statistics

Shea Ralph Statistics at University of Connecticut

Year G FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA PCT FT FTA PCT REB AVG A TO B S MIN PTS AVG
1996-97 31 116 209 0.555 7 30 0.233 115 138 0.833 140 4.5 59 65 3 35 676 354 11.4
1997-98 Medical redshirt
1998-99 30 164 277 0.592 31 75 0.413 144 180 0.800 113 3.8 94 78 1 69 727 503 16.7
1999-00 37 184 295 0.624 22 55 0.400 139 170 0.818 138 3.7 181 90 4 95 1051 529 14.9
2000-01 30 98 189 0.519 21 63 0.333 75 93 0.806 119 4.0 122 57 3 53 710 292 9.7
Totals 128 562 970 0.579 81 223 0.363 473 581 0.814 510 4.0 456 290 11 252 3164 1678 13.1

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