5 - Brody Angley
Brody Angley
Height: 5-11
Weight: 195
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Redding, Calif.
High School: Enterprise
Position: Guard

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005-2006: Grabbed 11 rebounds in 39 minutes against Pacific ... scored 17 points with six rebounds and six assists in the overtime loss at Mississippi State ... went 5-for-12 from behind the three-point arc ... scored 12 points and played 35 minutes in SCU's loss at UC Irvine ... handed out nine assists at North Carolina to go with 13 points ... snagged six steals against Notre Dame de Namur ... scored 13 points and registered eight assists against Montana ... named to the Cable Car Classic All-Tournament team ... scored 17 points, handed-out eight assists and grabbed seven rebounds in the win against Portland at home ... registered six steals against Gonzaga to go along with 14 points and six assists ... played 33 minutes against San Diego at home and scored 13 points with five rebounds and seven assists ... registered five steals at 5th-ranked Gonzaga ... scored 13 points with five assists at Portland ... suffered an upper lip injury in the second half at home against Saint Mary's and required five stitches ... returned to play 34 total minutes in the overtime loss ... scored 19 points in the home win over Loyola Marymount ... scored 17 points and went 8-for-8 from the free throw line against Portland in the WCC Championships ... played all 45 minutes and scored 18 points in the overtime loss to Saint Mary's at the WCC tournament.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004-2005: A member of the WCC all-freshman team ... finished first season as one of the top freshman in SCU history ... finished fifth on the team in scoring with a 5.3 per game average ... steals (31) and assists (81) both ranked as the fourth-best ever for a freshman at SCU ... posted a three-point percentage of .393, which ranked as the second-best freshman at SCU behind Steve Nash (.408) ... started 22 of 31 appearances ... ranks sixth on the freshman list for three-point field goals (22) and attempts (56) ... started against fourth-ranked North Carolina and scored eight points with seven rebounds and five assists in the Pete Newell Challenge ... went 5-for-6 from the free throw line against the Tar Heels ... earned first start against North Carolina A&T and scored eight points with four assists in 26 minutes ... handed out eight assists to go with seven points, four rebounds and two steals against San Jose State ... played 30 minutes in win over Stanford, at Montana and against Chico State ... registered three steals at Arizona State ... scored 15 points against Yale in the Cable Car Classic, including a three-point basket at the buzzer to send the game into overtime ... scored 11 points at BYU, including 3-of-5 from the three-point arc ... registered three steals in the win at Pepperdine, then four against San Diego a week later ... made the game-winning shot with less than two seconds on the clock to defeat Saint Mary's ... grabbed six rebounds against Pepperdine ... scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds in WCC Tournament first quarterfinal win over San Francisco ... registered first career block on a three-point attempt by USF's Dommanic Ingerson.

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 2004 graduate of Enterprise High School in Redding, Calif. ... coached in basketball by Mike Worley ... led team to four league and section championships and two state semifinal appearances ... four-time league MVP, three-time all-area selection and two time section MVP ... all-NorCal second team honoree ... averaged 18 points, seven assists and six points per game ... a member of student government ... named East Redding Rotary Student of the Year ... all-state selection as a junior ... earned Cal-Hi Sports all-state honors as a freshman and sophomore ... played AAU basketball for the Chico Tarheels ... AAU squad finished second of 48 teams at the Little Big Time Tournament and advanced to semis at Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev in 2003 ... also played football and ran track ... set Northern Section career rushing records with 4,650 yards as a running back ... also set career records for points (527) and touchdowns (74) ... named Section MVP as a junior ... scored six touchdowns in a 62-0 win over Anderson.

PERSONAL DATA: Born in Spokane, Wash. ... son of Jamie and Angelina Angley ... has one older sister, Rochelle, and one younger sister, Robyn ... older sister played softball and basketball at Minnesota State University ... enjoys sports and movies ... NFA.

  Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds  
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2004-05 31-22 681 22.0 58 140 .414 22 56 .393 27 43 .628 17 68 85 2.7 58 2 81 54 2 31 165 5.3
2005-06 29-29 985 34.0 92 245 .376 33 110 .300 77 97 .794 22 74 96 3.3 70 0 142 73 5 55 294 10.1
2006-07 31-29 914 29.5 97 246 .394 19 61 .311 44 69 .638 24 70 94 3.0 50 0 119 71 1 39 257 8.3
2007-08 31-31 1090 35.2 125 304 .411 50 126 .397 58 75 .773 12 114 126 4.1 56 2 164 102 5 48 358 11.5
TOTAL 122-111 3670 30.1 372 935 .398 124 353 .351 206 284 .725 75 326 401 3.3 234 4 506 300 13 173 1074 8.8