5-11, 181, Senior, Guard
Indianapolis, Ind. (South Carolina)
SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Player averaging 21.3 points, 5.0 rpg, and 3.3 assists while making 5.0 three-pointers per game in the tournament...shot 47.5% (19-40) from the field, 55.6% (15-27) from three-point range and 78.5% (11-14) from the free throw line...First team All-Conference Media & Coaches...SoCon Ranks: FIRST in 3-ptFGM/Gm (3.9), second in scoring (18.1), seventh in FT% (79.7) and fourth in 3ptFG% (42.5)...led Mocs in scoring (633), 3-pt made (135), attempted (318) and pct. (42.5) as well as FT% (79.7)...double-digit scoring games: 29 in 2008-09/54 career...13 games this season with 20-plus points, 18 for his career...three 30-point games with a career high of 38 against Niagara...27 games this season with three or more three-pointers...12 games with five or more three-pointers...1,075 career points left him 38 points shy of the Mocs scoring record for a two-year player held by Derrick Kirce (1,113 - 1990-91)...Mocs career leader in 3-pt. FGM with 243 and 3-pt. FGA with 611. UTC leader with 135 3-pt FGM and 318 3-pt FGA this season...eclipsed the UTC career three-point record for makes in home win over Elon passing Keddric Mays (209)...scored 1,000th point at App State where he also set a new season standard for treys made passing Mays (118)...only UTC player to make 100 or more threes in more than one season...second in season points with 633, 39 behind Gerald Wilkins with 672 (1984-85)...keyed the Mocs to victory over Niagara with career highs of 38 points and eight rebounds tying school record of nine three-pointers...career high of seven assists to go with 20 points in home win over UNCG...set new high with four steals in home win over Samford adding 16 points and four assists...new high playing all 50 minutes at Elon breaking high from earlier in the year playing all 45 minutes of the home overtime win over App State...32 points (7-10 3-ptFG) and five assists in SoCon Semis win over Samford...15 points, seven rebounds and four assists with no turnovers playing all 40 minutes in the SoCon Title win over Charleston...22 points with seven boards in home win over Furman...27 points with seven treys in the loss to Memphis in Puerto Rico...31 points with six threes and five rebounds at Davidson...game-high 27 points including six treys in win at The Citadel...27 points and five boards to go with four assists and three steals in home win over Georgia Southern...MVP of the Dr Pepper Classic...Southern Conference Player of the Week on Jan. 6.
Started 30 of 31 contests...averaged a team-best 14.3 points per game...All-SoCon performer...one of three captains (Nicchaeus Doaks, Zach Ferrell) on the team...led the team with 40 steals and 108 three-pointers made...set a school record with 293 three-pointers attempted...ranked 15th nationally and second in the SoCon in three-pointers made per game (3.5)...sixth in scoring average...SoCon Winter Academic All-Conference.
Sat out the season in accordance with NCAA transfer regulations after playing the last two seasons for back-to-back NIT Champion South Carolina.
2004-06 (University of South Carolina)
Played two seasons for the back-to-back NIT Champion Gamecocks...averaged 1.8 points in 6.9 minutes per game in 2005-06...was 3-3 from three-point range and tallied 10 points in win over Western Kentucky in the first round of the NIT...drained a key 3-pointer in USC’s win over Florida...played on summer All-Star team with SCORE International and led the team in scoring and assists against stiff international competition...scored 30 points against Germany and 21 against Russia in the Nation’s Cup...established his career-high as a freshman against Tennessee, scoring 10 points while tallying four assists and three steals...prepped for one season at IMG Basketball Academy and averaged 16 points and five assists...named to the 2005 SEC Freshman Honor Roll...member of the President’s List (4.0) in the fall of 2004, and the Dean’s List (3.5 or higher) in the spring of 2005...highest GPA on the team both years at USC.
Cedar Grove High School
Averaged 20 points, five assists and five rebounds his senior season...was named All DeKalb County.
Stephen K. McDowell, Jr....Born July 19, 1985 in Indianapolis, Ind....son of Kamona and Stephen McDowell...holds B.B.A. in Finance.
McDOWELL’S CAREER STATISTICS
2005 and 2006 season stats accumulated at South Carolina