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 Nate Doornekamp 13
Nate Doornekamp
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Odessa, Ontario

High School:
Ernestown Secondary

Weight:
260

Position:
Center

NOTES

  • Was a member of Team Canada that captured the bronze medal in the 2003 World University Games in Daegu, South Korea in August 2003.
  • Suffered an injury to his left foot in mid-September and underwent surgery on Sept. 19.
  • Played four games during the summer of 2002 with the Canadian Development Team; the team finished with a 3-1 record, including two wins over Eastern Michigan University.
  • Was a member of Team Canada that placed sixth in the 2001 World University Games in Beijing, China in August 2001.
  • Traveled to Mexico during the summer of 2001 as part of a six-game exhibition tour with the Canadian team.
  • Led Team Ontario to the gold medal at the NIKE 2000 Junior National Championships in London, Ontario; also led his provincial team to gold medals in 1998 and 1999.

    AS A JUNIOR

  • Played in all 34 games; played an average of 16.9 minutes per game.
  • Averaged 3.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game; averaged 3.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game in league contests.
  • Scored in double figures in one game.
  • Grabbed six or more rebounds in each of seven games.
  • Hit six three-point field goals.
  • Registered a career-high 11 points and a career-high nine rebounds against Rutgers (2/22); shot 5-for-6 from the field; also recorded three assists and three steals in the contest.
  • Handed out a career-high five assists against Monmouth (11/23) in the 2003 Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, USVI.
  • Recorded six points and seven rebounds in a season-high 34 minutes of action in an overtime win at Miami (2/11).
  • Averaged 5.0 points per game in the Eagles' two NCAA Tournament games; scored seven points against Georgia Tech in the second round.

    AS A SOPHOMORE

  • Played in and started all 31 games; played an average of 24.9 minutes per game; logged 30 or more minutes in each of eight games.
  • Averaged 3.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game.
  • Recorded his first collegiate double-figure scoring effort with 10 points against St. John's in Madison Square Garden (2/26); shot 4-for-5 from the field and 2-for-2 from the foul line.
  • Scored eight points (4-for-8 FG) in the team's home win over West Virginia (1/19); also handed out three assists in the game.
  • Grabbed six or more rebounds in each of 10 games.
  • Tallied seven points, eight rebounds, three blocked shots, two assists and three steals in a season-high 37 minutes of action against St. John's in the BIG EAST Tournament (3/13).
  • Registered three assists and blocked a career-high five shots against Notre Dame (1/25).
  • Recorded eight rebounds in the Eagles' NIT opening-round win at Fairfield (3/18).

    AS A FRESHMAN

  • Played in and started all 32 games; played an average of 16.8 minutes per game.
  • Averaged 2.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.
  • Scored eight points in each of three games.
  • Grabbed five or more rebounds in each of 11 games; recorded eight rebounds against Miami (2/10).
  • Tallied eight points and five rebounds in 28 minutes of action against St. Bonaventure (11/28).
  • Notched eight points, including one three-point field goal, against Morris Brown (12/4); also recorded six rebounds.
  • Concluded his first season with an eight-point, five-rebound effort against Texas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Dallas, Texas.
  • Registered seven rebounds and a career-high four assists against Penn State (11/24).
  • Grabbed seven rebounds -- five at the offensive end -- against Iowa State (12/11).

    HIGH SCHOOL

  • Averaged 27.0 points and 15.0 rebounds per game at Ernestown Secondary School in 2000-01.
  • Earned All-Canadian and All-Ontario first team honors in 2000-01.
  • Was a four-year All-City first team selection.
  • Averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Eagles in 1999-2000.
  • Played for head coach Tom Turnbull.

    PERSONAL

  • Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.
  • Played hockey up until the age of 15.
  • Nate is the third of Sheri and Hank Doornekamp's four children; has one sister and two brothers.
  • Born on October 9, 1982.

    CAREER HIGHS

    Points: 11 vs. Rutgers (2-22-04)

    Rebounds: 9 vs. Rutgers (2-22-04)

    Assists: 5 vs. Monmouth (11-23-03)

    Steals: 3 - twice

    Blocked Shots: 5 vs. Notre Dame (1-25-03)

    FGM: 5 vs. Rutgers (2-22-04)

    FTM: 3 - five times

    Minutes Played: 37 - vs. St. John's (3-13-03)

    DOORNEKAMP CAREER STATISTICS

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