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Sean Singletary
Sean Singletary

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
The William Penn Charter School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
G

Experience:
3L



02/01/2007

Virginia 68, #8 Duke 66 (AP photos)

Virginia 68, #8 Duke 66 (AP photos)


WORTH NOTING: First-team All-ACC selection in 2006 ... first Virginia first-team All-ACC selection since Bryant Stith in 1992 ... led the team in scoring with an average of 17.7 points a game in 2005-06 and ranked fifth in the ACC ... finished the 2005-06 season ranked third in the conference in free throw percentage (.845, 125-148), fifth in steals (54, 1.86 spg.), sixth in assists (121, 4.17 apg.) and eighth in minutes played (982, 33.86 mpg.) ... also led the team in assists, steals, free throw percentage and average minutes played per game ... scored a career-high 35 points with six rebounds, six steals and four assists in the loss at Gonzaga (12/17/05) ... named the ACC Player of the Week for his play against Gonzaga ... scored 13 consecutive points for Virginia late in the victory at Virginia Tech (1/15/06) to put the Cavaliers in position to win ... scored 20 or more points 11 times during the 2005-06 season ... had the first double-double of his collegiate career in the loss to North Carolina (3/10/06) in the quarterfinals of the 2006 ACC Tournament ... scored 29 points, had a career-high 10 rebounds and made all 12 of his free throw attempts in that game ... All-ACC Freshmen Team selection in 2005 ... only Virginia player to start every game during the 2004-05 season ... averaged 10.5 points, 3.9 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 29.9 minutes played a game for the 2004-05 season ... ranked sixth in the ACC in assist/turnover ratio (1.61), and ninth in assists (3.9 apg.) and steals (1.66 spg.) ... led the team in assists and steals ... ranked first among ACC freshmen in assists and steals, second in minutes played and third in scoring ... scored the team's final four points, including the winning basket with 2.2 seconds to play, in the 64-62 victory at N.C. State (2/5/05) ... earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors five times ... finished second in the ACC Rookie of the Year balloting ... honored as the Player of the Year in Philadelphia after his senior season at The William Penn Charter School ... received the Herb Good Basketball Club Award as the Player of the Year in the Inter-Academic League as a senior ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Pittsburgh Hoops Classic Boys National All-Star Game and at the Adidas/EA Sports Superstar Boys Game.

HONORS: 2005-06--First-team All-ACC selection by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and SI.com ... All-District III selection by the United States Basketball Writers Association ... State Player of the Year and a first-team All-State selection by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) ... Player of the Year in Virginia and first-team All-State as selected by the Richmond Times-Dispatch ... named ACC Player of the Week (12/19/05) ... co-recipient of the Bill Gibson Cavalier of the Year Award (team MVP) ... co-recipient of the Sidney Young Memorial Trophy (team award to that athlete who exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership, cooperative spirit and unselfish service in the interest of athletics at the University of Virginia) ... received the team's Most Assists Award ... team co-captain. 2004-05--All-ACC Freshmen Team selection ... Freshmen All-America selection by CollegeInsider.com ... second-team Freshmen All-America selection by Rivals.com ... second-team All-State by the Richmond Times-Dispatch ... honorable mention All-State by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association ... named ACC Rookie of the Week five times (Nov. 22, Dec. 6, Dec. 27, Feb. 14, Feb. 21).


AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06-- First-team All-ACC selection in 2006 ... first Virginia first-team All-ACC selection since Bryant Stith in 1992 ... team co-captain ... led the team in scoring with an average of 17.7 points a game and ranked fifth in the ACC ... also averaged 4.4 rebounds a game ... finished the season ranked third in the conference in free throw percentage (.845, 125-148), fifth in steals (54, 1.86 spg.), sixth in assists (121, 4.17 apg.) and eighth in minutes played (982, 33.86 mpg.) ... in conference games only he was third in free throw percentage (.881, 59-67), fifth in assists (66, 4.13 apg.) and 10th in scoring (278, 17.4 ppg.) ... also led the team in assists, steals, free throw percentage and average minutes played per game ... scored in double figures in 19 of the last 21 games and shot 88.1 percent (89-101) from the free throw line during that stretch ... had the first double-double of his collegiate career in the loss to North Carolina (3/10/06) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament ... scored 29 points, had a career-high 10 rebounds and made all 12 of his free throw attempts in that game ... missed the first game of his Virginia career when he did not play in the loss to Fordham (12/7/05) because of a hip injury ... returned to game action in the loss at Gonzaga (12/17/05) and scored a career-high 35 points with six rebounds, six steals and four assists ... named the ACC Player of the Week for his play against Gonzaga ... scored a game-high 29 points and had four assists in 37 minutes in the victory over Miami (1/24/06) ... tied his career high with 11 field goals in that game ... scored in double figures in 25 of the 29 games he played in during the 2005-06 season, and scored 20 or more points 11 times ... made a jump shot with 1:12 remaining to give Virginia the lead for good in the victory over Clemson (1/7/06) ... scored 17 points, had six assists and five rebounds in that game ... scored a game-high 24 points in the loss at Arizona (11/27/05) ... scored a game-high 23 points in the win over Northwestern (11/30/05) ... scored 13 consecutive points for Virginia late in the victory at Virginia Tech (1/15/06) to put the Cavaliers in position to win ... scored a game-high 27 points in the overtime loss at home to Florida State (1/11/06) and had seven assists ... scored 19 points, had a season-high eight assists and six rebounds in the victory over Wake Forest (2/4/06) ... made two free throws with 1:35 left in overtime to give UVa the lead for good in its home victory over Virginia Tech (2/11/06) ... scored a team-high 23 points and had six rebounds in that game ... lettered for the second time.

2004-05--All-ACC Freshmen Team selection ... only Virginia player to start every game ... averaged 10.5 points, 3.9 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 29.9 minutes played a game ... ranked sixth in the ACC in assist/turnover ratio (1.61), and ninth in assists (3.9 apg.) and steals (1.66 spg.) ... led the team in assists and steals ... ranked first among ACC freshmen in assists and steals, second in minutes played and third in scoring ... selected to the CollegeInsider.com Freshmen All-America Team and a second-team selection to the Rivals.com Freshmen All-America Team ... scored the team's final four points, including the winning basket with 2.2 seconds to play, in the 64-62 victory at N.C. State (2/5/05) ... scored 11 points and had four rebounds in 37 minutes of action in that game ... led the team in assists in 12 games ... made 29 of 31 free throw attempts (93.5 percent) in the last 10 games ... made at least one three-point basket in 14 of the last 15 games ... earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors five times ... was named the ACC Rookie of the Week for his play in the victories over Robert Morris (11/19/04) and Arizona (11/21/04) ... scored 15 points, had eight assists, a career-high six steals and six rebounds against Arizona ... named Co-ACC Rookie of the Week for his play in wins over Northwestern (12/1/04) and Auburn (12/3/04) ... scored a season-high 25 points, had seven rebounds, two assists, two blocked shots and one steal in 30 minutes of action in the win over Auburn ... named ACC Rookie of the Week after scoring 12 points, grabbing four rebounds and coming up with two steals in 33 minutes in the overtime victory over Loyola Marymount (12/23/04) ... scored a team-high 19 points in 34 minutes in the loss at Duke (1/16/05) ... scored 15 points, had a team-high seven assists and two steals in 29 minutes in the win over Clemson (1/22/05) ... named ACC Rookie of the Week for his play in victories over Florida State (2/9/05) and Virginia Tech (2/12/05) ... had 10 points, seven assists, seven rebounds, three steals and just one turnover in 40 minutes in the victory over Virginia Tech (2/12/05) ... honored as the ACC Rookie of the Week for his play in losses to North Carolina (2/16/05) and Maryland (2/19/05) ... scored a team-high 23 points and had a career-high nine assists in a career-high 45 minutes in the double-overtime loss to Maryland at University Hall ... led the team with 16 points and seven rebounds in the loss to Duke (3/11/05) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament ... lettered.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played basketball as a junior and senior at The William Penn Charter School ... played for head coach Jim Phillips ... averaged 23 points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals a game as a senior during the 2003-04 season ... earned first-team Philadelphia Inter-Academic League, first-team All-City and first-team All-State honors his junior and senior seasons ... received the Herb Good Basketball Club Award for being the Player of the Year in the Inter-Academic League as a senior ... honored as the state and Philadelphia Player of the Year after his senior season ... selected the Philadelphia Inquirer's Southeastern Pennsylvania Player of the Year for the 2003-04 season ... received the Police Athletic League Athlete of the Year award and the Markward Scholar-Athlete Award ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Pittsburgh Hoops Classic Boys National All-Star Basketball Game after scoring 20 points, grabbing 10 rebounds and totaling six assists ... the Pennsylvania All-Stars defeated the USA & World All-Stars 123-118 ... also the Most Valuable Player at the Adidas/EA Sports Superstar Boys Game ... averaged 18 points, eight assists, seven rebounds and 4.5 steals a game as a junior ... The William Penn Charter School compiled an overall record of 24-0 in Philadelphia Inter-Academic League games during his two years with the team ... the team compiled an overall record of 21-7 in 2003-04 and had a record of 47-11 in his two seasons on the team ... captain of the team as a senior ... was the team's Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior ... received the Best Playmaker award at the Five Star Basketball Camp between his junior and senior years in high school ... invited to attend the ABCD Basketball Camp ... also played wide receiver in football at The William Penn Charter School as a junior ... earned the football team's Most Improved Player Award ... was a first-team All-Conference and a second-team All-City selection ... played basketball and football at Perkiomen School as a high school freshman and sophomore ... was the basketball team's co-MVP as a sophomore and earned first-team All-Area honors ... as a freshman, he was the basketball team's Most Improved Player and a first-team All-Area selection ... played basketball for head coach Jim Sheedy ... in football, he received the team's Most Improved Player Award as a freshman and a sophomore, and was a first-team All-Area selection both years.

PERSONAL: Sean Michael-Eli Singletary ... born Sept. 6, 1985 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... son of Jacqui and Harold Singletary ... has two older brothers, Bryan and Harold ... served as a volunteer coach for youth basketball ... honor student at The William Penn Charter School ... enjoys listening to music ... sociology major.

YearG-GSMP-Avg.FGM-FGAPct.3FM-3FAPct.FTM-FTAPct.Off-DefReb-AvgPF-DQAstTOBSStlPts-Avg
2004-05 29-29866-29.9101-262.38534-106.32169-89.77524-6488-3.092-411370248305-10.5
ACC 16-16 489-30.6 55-143 .385 19-57 .333 39-50 .780 13-28 41-2.6 55-3 59 28 0 22 168-10.5
2005-06 29-29 982-33.9 168-420 .400 51-147 .347 125-148 .845 34-94 128-4.4 65-0 121 104 3 54 512-17.7
ACC 16-16 553-34.6 97-250 .388 25-84 .298 59-67 .881 16-48 64-4.0 39-0 66 59 3 22 278-17.4
Career 58-58 1848-31.9 269-682 .394 85-253 .336 194-237 .819 58-158 216-3.7 157-4 234 174 5 102 817-14.1
ACC 32-32 1042-32.6 152-393 .387 44-141 .312 98-117 .838 28-77 105-3.3 94-3 125 87 3 44 446-13.9

Singletary's Career Highs
Points--35 vs. Gonzaga (12/17/05); Rebounds--10 vs. North Carolina (3/10/06); FG Made--11 vs. Gonzaga (12/17/05), vs. Miami (1/24/06); FG Att.--23 vs. Georgia Tech (12/4/05); 3 Pt. FG Made--4 on three occasions; 3 Pt. FG Att.--9 vs. Gonzaga (12/17/05); FT Made--12 North Carolina (3/10/06); FT Att.--14 vs. Gonzaga (12/17/05); Assists--9 vs. Maryland (2/19/05); Turnovers--9 vs. Arizona (11/27/05), vs. Clemson (2/25/06); Blocks--2 vs. Auburn (12/3/04); Steals--6 vs. Arizona (11/21/04), vs. Gonzaga (12/17/05); Minutes--45 vs. Maryland (2/19/05)