Two-time All-Patriot League selection who was also named to the Preseason All-Patriot League team ... voted team co-captain for the second straight year ... one of the most improved players in the program ... had a breakthrough sophomore season and it carried over into 2004-05 when he was one of the Patriot League's elite performers ... extremely confident player who is a vocal leader on the floor ... has hit numerous clutch shots late in ballgames ... has worked hard in the weight room to increase his strength, quickness and flexibility ... outstanding open-floor player ... one of the Patriot League's best rebounders, despite standing just 6'3" ... a vastly improved 3-point shooter ... upped 3FG% from 25.9% in 2003-04 to 43.5% in 2004-05 ... career 78.8% free-throw shooter (12th on Bucknell list) ... has also worked very hard academically and recorded one of the team's best GPAs in the spring 2005 semester ... needs 274 points for 1,000 in his career.
2004-05: One of the major pieces in Bucknell's championship puzzle ... earned First Team All-Patriot League honors and was named Patriot League Tournament MVP ... co-winner of team's Malcolm Musser Award for leadership ... started all 33 games and averaged 12.5 ppg and 6.4 rpg ... ranked fourth in the Partiot League in rebounding, ninth in scoring, third in 3-point field-goal percentage (.422) and eighth in free-throw percentage (.760) ... in three PL Tournament games totaled 39 points and 25 rebounds while shooting 6-for-8 from 3-point range and 11-for-12 from the line ... had 19 points and 11 rebounds in quarterfinal win over Lafayette ... hit two critical second-half 3-pointers in championship game victory over Holy Cross ... had 15 points and eight rebounds in NCAA Tournament win over Kansas and eight points and seven boards vs. Wisconsin in second round ... hit a number of late-game pressure shots, including a game-tying 3-pointer with 0:15 left in regulation in an OT win at Yale; the game-winning jumper with 0:00.9 left in a 76-74 win over Niagara; two free-throws with 2.3 seconds left to ice a 69-66 upset of No. 7 Pittsburgh; four key free throws in final 30 seconds in a 71-69 win at Colgate ... had a monster game in the OT win at Yale, tallying 22 points, 18 rebounds and three steals ... the 18 rebounds were the most by a Bison since 1993-94 ... shot 8-for-11 and scored 17 points in a win at St. Joseph's ... had 14 points in the win at Pitt ... also had 22-point games in wins over Navy and Army ... finished with three double-doubles ... averaged 14.5 ppg and 7.3 rpg during the team's 11-game winning streak.
2003-04: Emerged as an all-conference candidate after drastically increasing his scoring production during the league campaign ... averaged 5.2 ppg in non-conference games, but well more than doubled that to 13.8 ppg in Patriot League contests ... rewarded with Second Team All-Patriot League honors at season's end ... played in all 29 games, starting 24 ... scored in double figures in 10 of 14 PL games and both PL Tournament games ... ranked fifth in the league in scoring in conference games and 15th overall (10.1) ... also ranked seventh in rebounding (5.0), third in free-throw percentage (.818), 10th in field-goal percentage (.461), fifth in steals (1.6) and ninth in assists (2.6) ... breakout game came in OT loss at American to open conference play, when he scored 18 points, including seven of Bucknell's last nine of regulation ... followed that up with a 23-point performance at Lehigh ... made 6 of 9 FG and 10 of 13 FT in that contest ... scored 16 points in re-match with American at Sojka Pavilion, including 6-6 from the line in the last 1:04 to seal the victory ... hit two tying free throws with 0:09 to play in a 64-63 win over Lehigh ... also had 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals ... logged two double-doubles and had 10 or more rebounds three times ... had a streak of 27 straight made free throws, 12 shy of the school record ... named PL Player of the Week on Feb. 9 ... averaged 15.0 ppg in two Patriot League Tournament games and was named to the all-tournament team.
2002-03: Career was off to a very promising start before taking the final 19 games off to concentrate on academics ... totaled 22 points and 22 rebounds in 10 games off the bench ... averaged 15.0 minutes in two games at Arizona State's holiday tournament ... contributed a key tip-in in Bucknell's win over UC Santa Barbara ... scored six points in 13 minutes at Penn State ... made fine debut with four points and six rebounds in nine minutes in season opener at Notre Dame.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: An all-conference and all-county selection for coach Paul Foringer at Quince Orchard H.S. ... played in the D.C. Area All-Star Game, the Montgomery County All-Star Game and the Five-Star Camp All-Star game ... named his team's most valuable player and Coaches' Award recipient ... throughout prep days was heavily involved in church and youth basketball camp activities ... garnered Man of the Year Award ... son of Charles Sr. and Jennyfer Lee ... born November 11, 1984 in Washington, D.C. ... majoring in management.