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Billy Campbell
Billy Campbell

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Atlanta, Ga.

High School:
Paideia School

Weight:
184

Position:
G



WORTH NOTING: Started the first game of his Virginia career in the loss to Fordham (12/7/05) during the 2005-06 season ... played a career-high 22 minutes in that game and had three assists ... also scored two points, had a rebound and committed just one turnover against Fordham ... played 21 minutes off the bench in the win over Longwood (2/15/06) and tied his career high with eight points ... established several career highs in that game including career highs for assists (5), rebounds (4) and steals (2) ... started the second game of his career in the loss to Maryland (3/15/06) in the final game of the 2005-06 regular season ... it was also the final men's basketball game in University Hall ... averaged 8.1 minutes played a game in the 26 games he played in during the 2005-06 season ... played in 12 games during the 2004-05 season ... established career highs in several categories in the loss to North Carolina at University Hall (1/29/05) ... had career highs in points scored (8), field goals made (3), and three-point field goals made (2) ... was 3-3 from the field, including 2-2 from three-point range, against the Tar Heels in six minutes ... played in four games during the 2003-04 season ... joined the Virginia team as a walk-on after participating in open tryouts October 7-8, 2002 ... played in seven games during the 2002-03 season ... scored a season-high five points in nine minutes of action in the loss at Florida State (3/1/03) ... played a season-high 10 minutes in the win over Brown (3/19/03) in the first round of the NIT and scored three points, had one rebound and one assist.

HONORS: 2005-06--Received the team's Academic Achievement Award and Michael McCann Leadership Award. 2004-05--Named to the ACC Honor Roll for his academic work and athletic participation. 2002-03--Co-recipient of the Mr. Hustle Award (team award) ... Named to the ACC Honor Roll for his academic work and athletic participation.

AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06--Started the first game of his Virginia career in the loss to Fordham (12/7/05) during the 2005-06 season ... played a career-high 22 minutes in that game and had three assists ... also scored two points, had a rebound and committed just one turnover against Fordham ... started the second game of his career in the loss to Maryland (3/5/06) in the final game of the 2005-06 regular season ... it was also the final men's game at University Hall ... scored six points and had a rebound in that game, and made both of his three-point field goal attempts as he tied his career high with two three-point field goals made ... played 21 minutes off the bench in the win over Longwood (2/15/06) and tied his career high with eight points ... established several career highs in that game including career highs for assists (5), rebounds (4) and steals (2) ... saw 17 minutes of action off the bench in the loss at North Carolina (3/1/06) ... scored four points, had one rebound and one assist in the loss at Georgia Tech (12/4/05) ... made both of his free throw attempts in that game ... played 12 minutes off the bench and made a three-point field goal in the victory over Northwestern (11/30/05) ... made a three-point field goal in the loss at Gonzaga (12/17/05) ... played 11 minutes off the bench and scored four points, had two rebounds and one steal in the victory over Loyola (12/23/05) ... scored two points in the victory over North Carolina (1/19/06) ... averaged 8.1 minutes played a game in the 26 games he played in during the 2005-06 season ... lettered for the fourth time.

2004-05--Played in 12 games during the 2004-05 season ... established career highs in several categories in the loss to North Carolina at University Hall (1/29/05) ... had career highs in points scored (8), field goals made (3), and three-point field goals made (2) ... was 3-3 from the field, including 2-2 from three-point range, against the Tar Heels in six minutes ... scored two points and had three rebounds in three minutes of playing time in the victory over Robert Morris (11/19/04) ... scored two points in the loss at Providence (2/2/05) ... lettered for the third time.

2003-04--Played two minutes against VMI (12/5/03), and one minute at N.C. State (12/28/03) and against Providence (1/3/04) ... also saw action at Duke (2/11/04) ... lettered for the second time.

2002-03--Joined the team as awalk-on after participating in open tryouts October 7-8, 2002 ... played in seven games ... scored 12 points, grabbed three rebounds and had two assists in those seven games ... shot 55.6 percent (5-9) from the field, including 2-5 from three-point range, for the season ... played in three of the season's final six games and played a total of 27 minutes in those three games ... scored a season-high five points and made both of his field goal attempts, including one three-pointer, in the loss at Florida State (3/1/03) ... also had a rebound in that game ... scored two points and had an assist in eight minutes of action in the home loss to Georgia Tech (3/5/03) ... played a season-high 10 minutes in the victory over Brown (3/19/03) in the first round of the NIT at University Hall ... scored three points, had one assist and one rebound in that game ... made his only field goal attempt, a three-pointer, against Brown ... also played in victories over Chaminade (11/25/02), Liberty (12/30/02) and Wofford (1/2/03), and in the loss at North Carolina (2/12/03) during the season ... scored two points and had a rebound at North Carolina ... lettered.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four times as a point guard in basketball, four times in baseball as a pitcher and center fielder, and once in soccer as a goalkeeper at the Paideia School ... scored more than 1,000 career points, and had more than 400 assists and 400 rebounds in basketball ... earned Most Valuable Player honors ... was captain of the basketball team and received the Coaches' Award ... twice earned All-Fulton County honors in baseball ... honored as the baseball team's Most Valuable Player, Best Offensive Player and Best Defensive Player during his career ... also received the Coaches' Award in baseball.

PERSONAL: William R. Campbell ... born October 12, 1983 in Atlanta, Ga. ... son of Sharon and William Campbell ... has a younger sister, Christina ... his uncle, Ed Tapscott, was formerly the head basketball coach at American University ... was a National Achievement Finalist as a high school senior ... received the Dartmouth Book Club Award as a junior.

YearG-GSMP-Avg.FGM-FGAPct.3FM-3FAPct.FTM-FTAPct.Off-DefReb-AvgPF-DQAstTOBSStlPts-Avg
2002-03 7-030-4.35-9.5562-5.4000-0.0001-23-0.49-0250112-1.7
2003-04 4-04-1.00-1.0000-0.0000-0.0000-00-00-001000-0
2004-05 12-021-1.86-11.5452-6.3332-4.5001-23-.33-0040116-1.3
2005-06 26-2210-8.111-34.3246-17.3536-11.5451-2526-1.032-0161001034-1.3
Career 49-2265-5.422-55.40010-28.3578-15.5333-2932-0.744-0182001262-1.3

Campbell's Career Highs
Points--8 vs. North Carolina (1/29/05); Rebounds--3 vs. Robert Morris (11/19/04); Liberty (11/18/05); FG Made--3 vs. North Carolina (1/29/05); FG Att.--3 vs. North Carolina (2/12/03), vs. North Carolina (1/29/05); FT Made-- 2 vs. Georgia Tech (12/4/05); FT Att.-- 2 vs. North Carolina (2/16/05); Georgia Tech (12/4/05); 3 Pt. FG Made--2 vs. North Carolina (1/29/05); 3 Pt. FG Att.--2 vs. North Carolina (1/29/05); Assists--1 on three occasions; Steals--1 on three occasions; Minutes--13 vs. Liberty (11/18/05)