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Chet Stachitas


Ponte Vedra, FL

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Height / Weight:
6-5 / 195


Career: Ranks 22nd on the all-time scoring list with 1,122 points... Holds the school record for games played with 130... Combined with classmates Dwayne Lee and Dave Mallon to record 96 wins in four years, the second best total in school history... Team made postseason appearances in all four years, with two in the NCAA Tournament...Tied for ninth place on the all-time list in career 3-point field goals (171).

2005-06: All-Conference 2nd Team selection... Earned the John P. Hliferty Award as the Hawks' Most Valuable Player... Team's second leading scorer (13.3 ppg)... Scored 23 points in the A-10 Final vs. Xavier, while averaging 17.5 points in the four games of the tournament to earn All-Championship honors...Tallied double figures in 24 games... Shot 80.5 percent from the foul line as Hawks were the top free throw shooting team in the nation... Ranked fifth in the Atlantic 10 in free throw percentage and seventh in 3-point percentage with team-high 40.5... Scored 19 points vs. Villanova... Had 24 points at Gonzaga, going 5-for-10 from 3-point range... Matched his career-high with 27 points in win over Kansas, hitting a career-best six 3-point field goals... Had 25 points at Davidson, while going 10-for-11 from the foul line... Became the 44th 1,000-point scorer in school history, reaching the milestone against Fordham... Had SJU's eighth best single-season total with 75 3-point field goals... Named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Team and the A-10 All-Academic Team for second time...Team tri-captain.

2004-05: Team's second leading scorer with a 10.8 average... Starter in all 36 games... Holds a share of the school record for games started and played in a season (36)... Hit for a career-high 27 points vs. UC Davis, hitting 10-of-14 field goals... Was averaging 16.4 points through the first five games of the year, before suffering a high ankle sprain (right) in the early minutes of the San Francisco game... Never fully recovered from the injury, but did not miss any action... Scored double figures in 22 games... Posted 11 points and career-high seven assists in NIT Final vs. South Carolina... Had 15 points against Temple and 18 points at Dayton....Scored 25 points vs. Davidson... Shot 74.6 percent from the foul line on the season... Ranked second on the squad in 3-point field goals (50)... Selected to the Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team and ESPN the Magazine's Academic All-District 2 Team... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Northwestern Mutual Shootout... Recognized on the SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll for both semesters.

2003-04: Earned the Robert O'Neill Award as the team's Most Improved Player... Reserve guard who provided a big offensive boost off the bench, hitting double figures in nine games... Scored a then-career-high 16 points in regular season finale against St. Bonaventure on 5-for-8 shooting... Recorded two perfect shooting games, going 5-for-5 against Drexel and 4-for-4 at St. Bonaventure... Posted 10 points vs. La Salle... Scored 12 points, with 4-of-5 3-pointers at Temple... Made his first career start at Richmond in place of the injured John Bryant... Scored 10 points at St. Bonaventure, hitting all four shots... Established career-high with 14 first-half points in win over Drexel, hitting all five shots in the first half, including 4-of-4 3-pointers... Also had 14 against Pacific... Scored 13 points against San Francisco.

2002-03: Played in all 30 games off the bench... Averaged 3.0 points per game... Posted season-highs of 10 points, six rebounds and 19 minutes in win over Fordham, shooting 4-of-5 from the field...Tallied nine points in two games against La Salle and also Duquesne... Handed out career-high four assists in both St. Bonaventure wins.

High School/Personal: Averaged 24 points, eight rebounds and three steals per game as a senior at Nease H.S... Was the Area and County Player of the Year...Led Nease to Florida Class 3A state title, earning Most Valuable Player honors... Nease's all-time leading scorer with 2,505 career points...Uniform number (#13) was retired by Nease in 2002... Parents both played varsity sports at the University of Pennsylvania. Father, Len, ran track while mother, Martha, was a member of the field hockey, lacrosse and fencing teams... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in both semesters for 2003-04 and the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the Fall 2003... Served as an Orientation team leader for the University's incoming freshman class in 2004... Finance major... Born November 13, 1983.

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