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#50 Andre Williamson
Position: Forward
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 240
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
High School: Prince George
Major: Communication Studies
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Williamson Videos
Andre Williamson
Courtesy: Appalachian State Sports Information
Release: 10/15/2010
As a Junior (2010-11)
• Led the Mountaineers in rebounds (6.3) and blocks (46) and finished third on the team in points per game (8.7).
• Set a career high with 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting against Milligan, to go along with seven boards.
• Grabbed 13 rebounds with 11 points and four blocks against Wofford in the SoCon Tournament quarterfinal.
• Sank the game-winning free throw at High Point and finished with nine points, three boards and two blocks.
• Scored 16 points on 5-of-6 shooting against Western Carolina (Feb. 17). Sank all six free throw attempts and swatted three blocks.
• Led ASU with eight rebounds and a season-best three blocks to go along with seven points against Wofford (Jan. 27).
• Recorded his second double-double of the season with 12 points and 12 boards against Elon on 5-of-5 shooting with two blocks (Jan. 17).
• Earned his third career double-double with 11 points and 10 boards against UNCG. (Jan. 13).
• Notched 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting at Samford, along with eight boards and two blocks.
• Hauled in eight boards and scored 10 points against Robert Morris.
• Matched his then-season high with eight rebounds at Georgetown and scored six points.
• Hauled in nine rebounds, including a crucial defensive board with 10 seconds left in overtime, at UNCG.
• Notched 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting at Vanderbilt. Added six rebounds and two blocks.

As a Sophomore (2009-10)
• Southern Conference all-academic team member.
• Recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 boards to accompany four blocks in the SoCon championship game.
• Sank all three field-goal attempts for 11 points against Georgia Southern.
• Blocked four shots and hauled in eight boards against UNC Greensboro.
• Scored 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting against Elon.
• Came off the bench to score seven points and grab four rebounds against The Citadel.
• Hauled in a career-best 16 rebounds in his hometown against Dayton.
• Recorded his first-career double-double with 10 points and 13 boards against Milligan.
• Chipped in seven points and five boards with a block at Wofford.
• Grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out three assists against Winthrop.
• Had a career game against Morgan State with 13 points, nine rebounds and a 9-of-10 mark from the charity stripe.
• Sank the game-winning free throw with 15 seconds remaining in overtime against MSU, and totaled five of ASU’s 11 points in the extra period.
• Swiped a career-high two steals to go along with four points and four rebounds against Lees-McRae.
• Swatted five blocks against UNCW.

As a Freshman (2008-09)
• Played in 28 games as a rookie.
• Finished second on the team and fifth in the Southern Conference with 1.1 blocks per game.
• Had a strong collegiate debut with 10 points, six boards and four blocks in 25 minutes of action at UNCW.
• Swatted two blocks against Davidson in the SoCon Tournament to go along with nine rebounds.
• Grabbed eight rebounds in 19 minutes against Chattanooga.
• Led the team and posted a new career high with 11 rebounds at Winthrop to go along with two blocks and a steal.
• Set a then-career high and tied for the team lead with eight rebounds at Greensboro.
• Collected three blocks with six points and four rebounds at Western Carolina.
• Swatted three blocks against The Citadel (Feb. 5).
• Recorded a block in his sixth-straight game against Elon (Jan. 8).
• Tossed four blocks with four rebounds at Texas.
• Returned to action against Milligan with seven points, seven boards and four blocks.
• Scored four points with four rebounds against Campbell.
• Missed the ETSU game with a bruised left hand (his shooting hand).

Prince George H.S.
• Named second team all-state in 2007-08 by the Virginia High School Coaches Association.
• Averaged 19 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks per game as a senior.
• Was a McDonald’s All-America nominee.
• Named to the Richmond Times-Dispatch all-metro team in 2007-08.
• Was selected to the AAA Central District first team as a senior and was named the district co-Player of the Year.
• Averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds and four blocks during his junior season.
• Was also a standout volleyball player.

Personal
• Born October 13, 1989.
• Son of Patricia Plump.
• Spent three weeks touring China in June 2011 with other NCAA Division I basketball players for a series of exhibitions with Athletes In Action as part of a mission trip.
• Sister, Ashley, was a standout performer for the Campbell women’s basketball squad.
• Majoring in business management with a minor in international business.




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