Became the third player in Boston College history and the 29th player in ACC history to reach 1,000 points as a sophomore (1,100) ... Troy Bell and Craig Smith were the other Eagles to accomplish that feat and they are first and second on the BC career scoring list, respectively.
AS A SOPHOMORE
One of three players to appear in all 31 games and made 31 starts ... averaged 18.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game; averaged 18.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.0 assists in ACC action ... All-ACC Third Team selection by both the media and coaches ... led the Eagles in points, free throw percentage (.811), steals (25) and minutes (36.2) ... ranked second in assists (93) ... ranked third in the ACC in points, fourth in minutes, sixth in free throw percentage and seventh in field goal percentage (.447) ... in ACC games, he was second in scoring, fourth in field goal percentage (.460), sixth in minutes (36.4) and seventh in free throw percentage (818) ... ranked second in the ACC in free throw attempts per game (7.2) and fourth in 20-point games (12) ... scored in double figures in all but two games ... scored a season-high 38 points against Florida Atlantic (11/17), going 11-for-19 from the floor and 12-for-14 from the foul line; it was the third-most points scored in the ACC this season ... recorded 29 points and five assists at NC State (3/9) ... scored 28 points at Auburn (12/22) ... recorded 27 points and five boards against Clemson (1/4) ... tallied 26 points, five rebounds and a career-high eight assists against Maryland (12/12) ... went 15-for-16 from the free throw line against the Terps which was the most free throws made in the ACC this year ... scored 25 points against Duke (2/8) and Pittsburgh (2/26) ... had 19 points, five rebounds and four assists vs. Connecticut (11/21) ... scored 23 points in the season-opener at Providence (11/8) and 21 points at Georgia Tech (2/13) ... scored 20 points in games against Washington (11/22), Syracuse (2/19) and Florida State (3/4) ... registered 18 points, six assists and four rebounds against Toledo (11/14) ... scored 19 points in games against Massachusetts (11/10) and Georgia Tech (1/21).
AS A FRESHMAN
One of two players to start all 33 games ... averaged 15.4 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game; averaged 15.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game in ACC action ... named ACC Freshman of the Year by both the coaches and the media ... became the first BC player since Troy Bell in 2000 to earn conference freshman of the year honors ... the only unanimous choice for both ACC all-freshman teams ... earned All-ACC honorable mention recognition from the ACSMA ... the only freshman to rank in the top six in points, rebounds and assists among the rookie class ... named ACC Rookie of the Week a league-best four times ... an All-ACC Tournament second team selection ... ranked fifth in the ACC in scoring and sixth in minutes (34.2) ... ranked sixth in conference play in scoring, eighth in steals (1.2), and 10th in field goal percentage (.463), free throw percentage (.750) and minutes (34.3) ... led BC in scoring and steals (38), and was second in assists (75) ... scored in double figures in all but five games ... set the ACC freshman single game scoring record with 41 points against Georgia Tech (3/14) in the first round of the ACC Tournament ... went 14-for-18 from the field, 8-for-10 from beyond the arc and 5-for-6 from the foul line in the game ... also had three steals and five rebounds ... the previous freshman scoring record was 40 points by Harrison Barnes and Tyler Hansbrough ... hit his last 12 shots from the field ... his eight 3-pointers tied Mark Price's ACC Tournament record ... had 26 points and seven rebounds vs. Maryland (2/19) ... recorded 24 points, five boards and three assists at Clemson (3/5) ... notched 22 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals against North Carolina (1/29) ... had 22 points, five rebounds and four assists at Penn State (11/28) ... recorded first collegiate double-double with 17 points and 12 boards vs. Providence (12/22) ... scored 20 points against Duke (2/10) ... had 19 points in games at Florida State (2/16), against Bryant (11/25) and against Auburn (11/21) ... tallied 18 points at Maryland (1/22) and Wake Forest (1/12) ... also had seven rebounds against the Terrapins ... scored 17 points against Miami (1/16) and at Virginia Tech (1/9) ... also recorded eight rebounds, five steals and four assists against the Hokies.
Transferred to New Hampton School (from Canada) for his Junior and Senior year ... Earned 1st team all-NEPSAC AAA team honors as a Senior ... averaged 17 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds a game leading his 15th ranked team in the country to a 26-9 record in the NEPSAC AAA League ... Part of the Canadian U19 National team that competed in Latvia for the 2011 FIBA World Championships ... Also Part of the Canadian U17 National team that finished 3rd in the 2010 FIBA World Championships in Germany, led team in scoring in bronze medal game with 15 points, 4 assists and 5 rebounds vs. Lithuania ... Tournament MVP of Canadian National Championship in 2010, Scoring 30 in the finals ... Played under Dave Smart in the Ottawa Guardsmen AAU Club since age 15 ... Also played in the Albany City Rocks AAU program.
Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Olivier is the third youngest of Daniele and Henry's four children; has an older brother, Dominique and two sisters, Tatiana and Chloé.
CAREER HIGHS Points: 41 vs. Georgia Tech (3/14/13) Rebounds: 12 vs. Providence (12/22/12) Assists: 8 vs. Maryland (12/12/13) Blocks: 1 (4x) last at Miami (2/22/14) Steals: 5 at Virginia Tech (1/9/13) FGM: 14 vs. Georgia Tech (3/14/13) 3PFGM: 8 vs. Georgia Tech (3/14/13) FTM: 15 (2x) last vs. Maryland (12/12/13) FTA: 19 at Penn State (11/28/12) Minutes: 45 at Syracuse (2/19/14)