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  Drew Streicher

Drew Streicher

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Washington, Ind.

High School:
Washington

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 200

Position:
G/F

Birthdate:
01/25/1985

2007-08: Named to the All-Tournament Team at the 2008 Horizon League Championship...Named to the 2008 Horizon League All-Defensive Team...Named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Week for the week of December 3...Tied the Wooden Tradition record for most steals in a game with four against Florida State...Chosen as the Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Month for the month of February...Slected to the CoSIDA District V All-Academic first team...Named third team on the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Team...Former walk-on who has played in 113 games during his Butler career...Starter in all 33 games this season...Matched his career-high with three blocked shots in Butler's victory over Indiana State...Hit two three-point field goals and scored eight points in Butler's win at Evansville...Played 35 minutes and finished with five points and three assists in Butler's victory over Michigan...Tallied 10 points and added three assists in Butler's win over Texas Tech in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout...Matched his career-high with four assists against Ohio State...Had seven points and four rebounds in a career-high 37 minutes at Wright State...Posted a career-high four steals against Florida State...Scored eight points and grabbed two rebounds at Florida Gulf Coast...Had five points and five rebounds at Loyola...Matched his career-high with four assists against Milwaukee at Hinkle Fieldhouse...Tied his career-high with three blocked shots at Milwaukee...Had five points in a team-high 30 minutes in Butler's victory over Youngstown State...Posted five rebounds, four assists, one blocked shot and one steal in Butler's championship-clinching win over Wright State...Scored a season-high 11 points and hit a career-high three three-point field goals to help lead Butler past Cleveland State in the championship game of the Horizon League Tournament...Added three rebounds, three assists and a steal in the victory...Had a team-high six rebounds and turned in a strong defensive effort on South Alabama's leading scorer, Demetric Bennett, to help the Bulldogs to a first round NCAA Tournament win.

2006-07: Played in all 36 games in 2006-07, including two as a starter...one of five players to set a Butler single season record for games played (36)...named to the 2006-07 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District V Team...ranked 15th in the Horizon League in blocked shots (0.42)...one of nine men's basketball players named a 2006 Josten's Scholar Student-Athlete (3.25 grade point average or higher)...named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Week on Jan. 30 after helping Butler to back-to-back road wins over Loyola and Detroit...had six points and three rebounds against Florida in the Sweet 16...came off the bench to hit all three shots and score six points against Maryland in the NCAA Tournament...hit all three field goal attempts, including one from three-point range, and both free throw attempts and scored nine points in Butler's victory at Detroit...came off the bench with nine points and five rebounds in a career-high 35 minutes in Butler's victory at Loyola...hit both shots he took from the field (including one from three-point range) and all four attempts from the free throw line in Butler's home win over UW-Green Bay. Finished with nine points and a team-high five rebounds...had seven points and two rebounds as a starter against South Dakota State. It was his second collegiate starting assignment...posted second career double-figures scoring performance with 10 points in Butler's victory over Wright State at Hinkle Fieldhouse...had two clutch field goals in the final four minutes and finished with six points to help lead Butler to a come-from-behind victory at UW-Milwaukee...had eight points, including Butler's first dunk of the season, against Evansville...came off the bench with four points and three rebounds against Ball State...had three points, two rebounds and two steals in 23 minutes against Gonzaga in the championship game of the NIT Season Tip-Off...tallied four points and four rebounds in Butler's upset of #22 Tennessee in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off...sparked the Bulldogs with a career-high 15 points and a career-high seven rebounds in Butler's victory over Illinois-Springfield...had five rebounds and a career-high three blocked shots in 28 minutes against Indiana...posted five rebounds and three steals against Notre Dame.

2005-06: Played in 25 games...came off the bench with a season-high four points and two rebounds in 12 minutes at Wright State...matched his season-high with four points and his career-high with three rebounds in Butler's home win over Cleveland State...had a career-high four assists in Butler's victory over Elon...matched his career-high with three rebounds in 12 reserve minutes against Indiana State...hit a career-best three free throws in Butler's victory over Tulane...missed Butler's first four games with a bone bruise in his left knee...named to the Horizon League Academic All-League Team and the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll...selected to the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2004-05: Earned a full scholarship in second full season with the Bulldogs...played in 19 games, including one as a starter...played a career-high 15 minutes in first collegiate start at Cleveland State...came off the bench with a career-high three rebounds against IPFW...played 13 minutes at Indiana State...scored two points in 11 minutes at Bradley...had two rebounds and two assists against Greenville...scored seven points in seven minutes against South Dakota State in first collegiate game after sitting out the 2003-04 season as a "redshirt"...played 10 minutes in Butler's exhibition game victory over St. Joseph's...named to the Horizon League Academic All-Conference Team, the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll and the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2003-04: Sat out his initial season at Butler as a "redshirt"...joined the Bulldogs as a "walk-on" and impressed Butler's coaching staff with his work ethic and understanding of the game...received special recognition on the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll as a 4.00 Scholar-Athlete...earned a full basketball scholarship at Butler, beginning in the 2005-06 season.

High School: All-conference guard at Washington High School... ...team captain as a senior ...helped prep squad to an 18-4 mark and a conference title in 2003 ...named team's Defensive Player of the Year in final high school season ...started all 22 games for high school squad in 2002-03 ...averaged 9.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists in his final season at Washington ...shot .517 from the field, .455 from the three-point arc and .755 from the free throw line in 2002-03 ...posted a high game of 19 points against Jasper ...had 20 three-point field goals as a senior ...averaged 5.1 points and 3.6 rebounds as a junior ...shot .569 from the field and .440 from the three-point arc in junior season ...Academic All-State performer ...earned two varsity basketball letters... ...High School Coach: Dave Omer. TMTM