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Darnell Archey

Player Profile


New Castle, Ind.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 160



2001-02: Played in all 32 games as a key backcourt reserve...led the team and ranked second in the league in three-point field goal shooting...topped the team in free throw shooting, but didn?t have enough free throws made to qualify for league rankings...had seven double-figure scoring performances...hit a career-best six of seven three-point field goal attempts and tallied a team-high 22 points in 25 minutes against Youngstown State...bounced back from a two-week battle with illness by scoring 11 points on four of four shooting from the field in ten minutes at Wright State...tallied 10 points in 21 minutes against Indiana in the championship game of the Hoosier Classic...came off the bench with 12 points on four of six shooting from the three-point arc and a career-high four assists to help Butler upset #21 Ball State...posted 13 points in 20 minutes at Mount St. Mary?s...came off the bench with a career-high 26 points to lead all scorers at Lipscomb...matched his career-high with five three-point field goals in the Lipscomb win...had eight points, three rebounds and three assists against Birmingham Southern...scored six points in the second half to help fuel Butler?s come-from-behind win at Purdue...tallied 11 points three-point in Butler?s opening-game win over Radford.

2000-01: Played in all 32 games as Butler?s top backcourt reserve...led the team in free throw shooting...finished third on the team in three-point field goals...had 12 double-figure scoring performances...came off the bench with a team-high 17 points, including 15 in the second half, against Loyola in the MCC Tournament...hit two clutch free throws with 0:13 left in Butler?s win at Loyola...had 10 points, a career-high five rebounds and a season-high two assists in 16 minutes at Detroit...came off the bench with 10 points in 13 minutes against UIC...snapped out of a three-game scoring slump with 10 point at UW-Milwaukee and 17 points at UW-Green Bay...matched his season-high with five three-point field goals, all in the second half, at UW-Green Bay...led the Bulldogs with a season-high 22 points, including five of six from three-point range, and grabbed four rebounds against Lipscomb...had 11 points in a career-high 27 minutes against Louisiana-Lafayette in the consolation game of the Fiesta Bowl Classic...matched his season-high with five three-point field goals and finished with 17 points in 20 minutes of reserve action against Santa Clara...sparked the Bulldogs with 17 points in a reserve stint at Birmingham-Southern...hit four of six three-point field goal attempts and scored 13 consecutive points in the second half to lift Butler from a 49-48 lead to a 62-53 advantage at Birmingham-Southern.

1999-00: Led the MCC in three-point field goal percentage and ranked among the league leaders in three-point field goals...played in 30 games...hit six of 11 three-point field goal attempts in the MCC Tournament...came off the bench with nine points against Loyola and a team-high 15 points against UW-Milwaukee in the first two rounds of the MCC Tournament...matched his season-high with three rebounds at Detroit...came off the bench to lead the Bulldogs with 18 points in 20 minutes at TCU...came off the bench with 18 points, including 16 in the first half, while playing a season-high 25 minutes at Ball State...came off the bench and tied for team scoring honors with a season-high 19 points against Mount St. Mary?s...hit seven of eight shots, including five of six from three-point range against Mount St. Mary?s...saw first collegiate action at UNC Wilmington.

High School: Second team all-state guard as a senior at New Castle Chrysler High School...first team All-North Central Conference pick in 1999...named preseason all-state by Hoosier Basketball Magazine in 1998-99...I.B.C.A. Underclass All-State and Junior All-State performer in 1997-98...averaged 22 points and four assists, while shooting 89% from the free throw line as a captain in final prep season...averaged 16.7 points and four assists as a junior...played on Chrysler teams that finished 24-2 in 1996-97, 15-6 in 1997-98 and 16-8 in 1998-99...helped prep squad to one conference championship, two sectional championships and one regional title during high school career...played on the Indiana squad in the four-team Wendy's Classic Summer All-Star Challenge, featuring all-star teams from Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio...earned three varsity letters in basketball and one as a middle distance runner on high school track squad...National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society student...High School Coach: Steve Bennett.