Saw action in all 31 games and drew 22 starting assignments ... Led the Vols and ranked 10th in the SEC with 6.2 rebounds per game ... 2.29 offensive rebounds per game ranked eighth in the SEC ... Averaged a team-best and ranked eighth in the league with 6.6 rebounds in SEC games ... Led the team with his 56.8 percent field goal percentage and 32 blocked shots ... Named to Dick Vitale's All-Marco Polo team as one of the top Division I transfers ... Recorded double figure rebounding numbers five times on the season, including four times in SEC games ... Led UT in rebounding 13 times on the season ... Three times he tied his career-high with 12 rebounds ... 12 boards tied for highest rebounding total by a UT player on the season ... Scored a career-high 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting to go with seven rebounds against Belmont (12/20/04) ... Recorded his first career double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds against Wofford (11/29/04) ... Registered his second career double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds against LSU (2/5/05) ... His putback dunk late in the Mississippi State win (1/12/05) helped seal the win for the Vols.
Practiced with the team while sitting out the 2003-04 season under NCAA transfer guidelines.
2002-03 (Sophomore at UCLA)
Led the Bruins and the Pac-10 Conference with a 60.8 field goal percentage ... Made at least 50 percent of his shots in 22 of his 24 games ... Led the Bruins with 5.5 rebounds and ranked fifth on the team with 7.5 points per game ... His 5.5 boards per game ranked 15th in the Pac-10 Conference ... Ranked seventh in the Pac-10 with 1.12 blocked shots per game ... Started 21 of 24 games for UCLA ... Registered a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds in a 96-89 upset of No. 1-ranked Arizona in the first round of the Pac-10 Conference Tournament (3/13/03) ... Recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds while also blocking a career-high five shots against Washington (1/2/03) ... Recipient of UCLA's Elvin C. "Ducky" Drake Memorial Award for competitive spirit, inspiration and unselfish contributions to the team.
2001-02 (Freshman at UCLA)
Appeared in 29 games as a true freshman ... Averaged 2.3 points and 2.1 rebounds in 9.2 minutes of action ... Shot 50 percent (28-of-56) from the field ... Received UCLA's Freshman of the Year Award ... Had a career-high five blocked shots against Columbia (12/27/01).
Named the co-LA City Player of the Year as a senior ... A McDonald's All-America finalist ... Averaged 33.0 points and 13.0 rebounds in leading Washington Prep to the quarterfinals of the Los Angeles City Tournament ... Scored 33 points in the quarterfinals against Fairfax ... Named co-Player of the Year for the Central City Area by the Los Angeles Times ... Cal-Hi Sports CIF Division I selection ... Named co-MVP of the Long Beach Roundball Extravaganza ... Ranked ninth among all players at the 2000 Nike Summer Camp ... Rated as the 16th-best prep player in Hoop Scoop's 2000-01 preseason poll ... Attended Concordia Lutheran High School in Ft. Wayne, Ind., for three seasons (1998-2000) before moving to Los Angeles ... Named Ft. Wayne Player of the Year ... First team all-state selection in Indiana ... Averaged 23 points and 11.5 rebounds as a junior at Concordia Lutheran ... Coached by Andy Davis at Washington Prep and Tim Reinking at Concordia Lutheran.
Born: May 12, 1983, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Full Name: Andre Tyrone Patterson Jr. ... Academic major: political science ... Parents are Teresa Patterson and Andre Patterson.
|Points||16||vs. Belmont (12/20/04)|
|Rebounds||*12||Five times; last at Ole Miss (2/19/05)|
|Assists||5||at Georgia (1/5/05)|
|Blocks||*5||Two times; last vs. Washington (1/2/03)|
|Steals||5||vs. North Carolina (11/23/04)|
|Field Goals Made||7||vs. Belmont (12/20/04)|
|Field Goals Attempted||*10||Two times; last vs. Belmont (12/20/04)|
|3-Pt Field Goals Made||1||at New Mexico (12/18/04)|
|3-Pt Field Goals Attempted||*1||Three times; last vs. Belmont (12/20/04)|
|Free Throws Made||*5||Two times; last at Ole Miss (2/19/05)|
|Free Throws Attempted||*8||vs. Oregon (3/1/03)|
|Minutes||*38||vs. Arizona (3/13/03)|
|* includes totals at UCLA|
|* statistics at UCLA|