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      Dane Bradshaw
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Memphis

High School:
White Station

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3L

Major:
master's degree in sports management

Received his bachelor's degree in communications in May 2006 and is currently working on a master's degree in sports management ... Earned his undergraduate degree in just three years.

Career Highs
Points21 at Memphis (1/18/06)
Rebounds 12 Two times; last vs. Vanderbilt (2/1/06)
Assists 8 Three times; last at Georgia (2/11/06)
Blocks 3 vs. Appalachian State (12/6/05)
Steals 5 Two times; last at Memphis (1/18/06)
FG Made 9 at Memphis (1/18/06)
FG Attempted 13 Two times; last at Florida (2/22/06)
3-Pt FG Made 3 at Florida (2/22/06)
3-Pt FG Attempted 6 at Florida (2/22/06)
FT Made 7 vs. East Tennessee State (11/18/05)
FT Attempted 8 vs. East Tennessee State (11/18/05)
Minutes 34 vs. South Carolina (1/28/06)

2005-06 (Junior)
Named to the 2005-06 Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Received the Team Before Self Award after playing much of the season with a wrist injury ... Recipient of the John Stucky Lifter of the Year Award for his work in the weight room ... A member of SI.com's All-Glue Team ... A team captain ... Earned starting assignments as a power forward while also serving as a backup point guard in each of Tennessee's 30 games ... Second on the team in assists (116), rebounds (5.4 rpg) and third in steals (56) and blocks (11) ... Assist/turnover ratio of 2.76 led the Southeastern Conference ... 1.87 steals per game were seventh in the SEC ... Led the Vols in rebounding seven times, including a career-high 12 boards against ETSU (11/18/05) and Vanderbilt (2/1/06) ... Had a streak of 181 minutes (seven games) without a turnover ... During the streak, which started in the first half of the Appalachian State (12/6/05) game, recorded 34 assists ... Led UT in assists 14 times, including a career-high eight against South Alabama (1/4/06), Georgia (1/11/06) and at Georgia (2/11/06) ... Scored the game-winning baskets in both of Tennessee's wins over nationally-ranked Florida ... Gave the Vols a 78-76 lead over the second-ranked Gators with a lay-up with 20 seconds left in Knoxville (1/21/06) ... Stole a Florida inbounds pass and took it in for a lay-up with 15 seconds left to give the Vols a 76-72 win in Gainesville (2/22/06) ... Returned to his hometown of Memphis (1/18/06) and had a career-game leading the team in points (21), rebounds (12), assists (4) and steals (5) ... Registered his first career double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds while also recording a career-high six assists in the season-opener against East Tennessee State (11/19/05) ... Had his second double-double of the season scoring 10 and grabbing 12 rebounds versus Vanderbilt (2/1/06) ... Called by South Carolina head coach Dave Odom "the MVP of this league" following UT's 81-65 win over the Gamecocks in Knoxville (1/28/06).

2004-05 (Sophomore)
Drew eight starting assignments and saw action in 30 of the Vols' games ... Ranked second on the team with 57 assists ... In non-conference games he averaged 1.7 assists but improved that to 2.2 in league games ... Started seven of Tennessee's last 11 games ... After not making a 3-pointer in his first 10 SEC games, he made one in five of his last seven contests ... Averaged just 12.4 minutes through UT's first 11 games but averaged 20.8 minutes in league games ... Had seven points, five rebounds and five assists against one turnover in a career-high 29 minutes versus South Carolina (2/23/05) ... Drew difficult defensive assignments by guarding 6-foot-8, 252-pound Brandon Bass against LSU (2/5/05) and 6-foot-10 Jermareo Davidson of Alabama (2/9/05) ... Had five points while tying his career-best with six rebounds against LSU (2/5/05) ... Earned his second start of the season at Vanderbilt (2/2/05) and responded by playing 27 minutes and recording five points ... Earned his first start of the season against Belmont (12/20/04) contributing five points and six rebounds ... Saw action in all three games at the Maui Invitational, averaging 1.3 points per game.

2003-04 (Freshman)
Recipient of Tennessee's Burchfield-Moss Most Courageous Award ... Moved into the starting lineup the last five games, including both of Tennessee's postseason games ... Gave the Vols an extra ball-handler when in the game ... When in the starting lineup he averaged 4.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists ... Averaged 22.8 minutes over the last five games after averaging just 13.5 minutes over Tennessee's first 24 games ... Ranked third on the team with 48 assists ... Was a big key for the Vols by giving the squad a quality backup for C.J. Watson at point guard a year after Watson led the SEC with 35.8 minutes per game ... Against South Carolina, his seven points were a career high against an SEC opponent (3/6/04) ... Made his first career start against Auburn and posted a career-high five assists in the winning effort (2/28/04).

High School
2003 Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year ... Named to the Associated Press All-State first team as a junior and senior ... TSWA all-state selection ... Selected MVP of the 2003 Class AAA tournament ... Named the No. 1 senior player in Memphis by the Commercial Appeal ... MIAA All-Metro selection ... 2003 McDonald's All-America nominee ... Ranked among the top 100 players in the Class of 2003 by Basketball Times ... Had his high school jersey retired ... 2002 Beach Ball Classic MVP ... Won three state championships in high school ... Led White Station to a 36-2 record and a Class AAA state championship as a senior ... Scored 12 points and had 11 rebounds in the championship game against Cleveland Bradley Central ... Led White Station to a No. 9 national ranking as a junior and a No. 10 ranking as a senior in USA Today's Super 25 rankings ... Led the Spartans to three state titles in his four seasons ... Averaged 10 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 3.7 steals as a senior ... Named MVP of the 2003 Bass Pro Tournament of Champions ... Averaged 10.1 points, 4.6 assists and 3.2 steals as a junior ... Led White Station to a 36-2 record and a state title as a junior ... Named to the all-state tournament team as a junior ... One of 39 high school players selected to participate in the USA Basketball Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, Colo., before his senior season ... Led the South squad to a gold medal while averaging 12 points, four rebounds, three steals and two blocks ... Two-time attendee of the Nike All-America camp ... Coached by Terry Tippett.

Personal
Born: April 17, 1984, in Memphis ... Full name: Christopher Dane Bradshaw ... Academic major: communications ... Parents are Mike and Linda Bradshaw ... The youngest of four children ... Each of his siblings played college basketball ... Brother, Ryan, played at Kings Point while another brother, Cody, played at Cornell and his sister, Bridget, played at Barry University.

Career Statistics
Year
GP-GS
Min
FG-A
Pct
3FG-A
Pct
FT-A
Pct
Rebs
Avg
PF
Ast
TO
Blk
Stl
Pts
Avg
2004
29-5
439
35-84
.417
6-27
.222
24-41
.585
62
2.1
61
48
41
4
15
100
3.4
2005
30-8
521
32-80
.400
6-23
.261
19-33
.576
68
2.3
60
57
37
5
24
89
3.0
2006
30-30
820
77-188
.410
20-74
.270
39-67
.582
162
5.4
82
116
42
11
56
213
7.1
Totals
89-43
1780
144-352
.409
32-124
.258
82-141
.582
292
3.3
203
221
120
20
95
402
4.5
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