Champ Oguchi
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Champ Oguchi

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Houston

High School:
George W. Bush

Last College:
Oregon

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 198

Position:
Guard

Experience:
TR

07/20/2013

Carmichael Shines as Former Redbirds Conclude NBA Summer League

Carmichael scored 23 points July 17, followed by a seven-block effort July 18.

07/09/2013

Brown Added to San Antonio Spurs Las Vegas Summer League Roster

Champ Oguchi will also play in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League for the Chicago Bulls.

Notable
Received the 2008-09 Will Robinson Endowed Scholarship in June 2008.

2007-08/at Illinois State
Sat out to meet NCAA residency rules.

2006-07/junior at Oregon
Played in 32 games, starting 10 • Averaged 4.8 points per game • One of the top free throw shooters on the team at 84.6 percent • Scored season-high 25 points in win over UC-Irvine (Nov. 17, 2006) • Had six rebounds in upset win at Georgetown Nov. 29, 2006) before suffering a severely sprained left ankle that caused him to miss the next five games • Scored 15 points at Washington • Coached by Ernie Kent.

2005-06/sophomore at Oregon
Played in 32 games and started 10 • Was third on the team in scoring at 9.6 points per game • Grabbed 2.3 rebounds per game • Was second on the squad in three-point percentage (.360) and fourth in free-throw percentage (.792) • Terrific last month of the season, where he netted 40 of his team-best 68 three-pointers • Named to the Pac-10 All-Tournament team after hitting a tourney-record 14 three-pointers (six versus Washington State and Washington, and two against California) • Ranked fifth in the Pac-10, with 2.1 threes per game • Hit a career-best six threes on five different occasions • Nine of his 13 double-figure scoring games came in the team's last 10 contests • Season began to take off with a 25-point game (six threes) versus USC (Jan. 28, 2006) • Had three-straight 20-point games between Feb. 9-16 against Arizona (21, 6 threes), Arizona State (20, 6 threes) and Washington (21, 4 threes) • Scored 20 points at Oregon State (March 4, 2006) • Netted six threes to key a career-high 26 points in Pac-10 Tournament opener versus Washington State • Drained another six threes (22 points) in second-round upset of Washington • Had 15 points in the semifinal loss to California • Was named the team's most improved player.

2004-05/freshman at Oregon
Played in 22 games, but saw much more time the second half of the season • Five of his six double-figure scoring games came during the last 10 contests of the season • Averaged 5.0 points and 1.4 rebounds per game • Shot 74.1 percent from the free throw line (20-of-27) • Had a season-high 13 points against Washington • Followed that with 12 points in win over Washington State that featured three three-pointers • Closed season with 11 points in a win at USC and 12 points in loss at UCLA.

at George W. Bush High School
Rated as the nation's 74th-best player, and the 16th-best shooting guard, by Rivals.com • First-team all-district and a second-team all-region selection his senior season • Averaged 20 points and six rebounds per game for a team that went 20-12 • Scored 24.3 points per game as a junior and hit 124 three-point baskets • Coached by Bobby Knotts.

Personal
Full Name: Chamberlain Emeka Oguchi • Birthdate: April 28, 1986 • Birthplace: Houston • Parents: Godwin and Pearl Oguchi • Has two older sisters and one younger brother • His brother, Kingsley, is a senior basketball player at South Carolina-Aiken • Major: political science.

CAREER STATISTICS

FG-FGA

YEAR G-GS MIN AVG PCT 3FG-3FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT O-D REB AVG PF-FO AST TO BLK STL TP AVG
2004-05* 22-0 184 8.4 39-64 .383 18-60 .300 20-27 .741 12-18 30 1.4 19-0 4 14 1 5 110 5.0
2005-06* 32-10 620 19.4 98-252 .389 68-189 .360 42-53 .792 18-55 73 2.3 42-0 40 29 7 11 306 9.6
2006-07* 32-10 509 15.9 52-166 .313 29-112 .259 22-26 .846 21-32 53 1.7 45-1 24 32 4 22 155 4.8
TOTAL 86-20 1313 15.3 186-512 .363 115-361 .319 84-106 .792 51-105 156 1.8 106-1 68 75 12 38 571 6.6

*at Oregon

CAREER SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Points: 26 vs. Washington State, 3-8-06
Rebounds: 8, twice
Minutes: 48 vs. California, 3-10-06
Field Goals: 9 vs. UC Irvine, 11-17-06
Field Goal Atts: 19 vs. California, 3-10-06
3-Point Field Goals: 6, six times
3-Point FG Atts: 15 at Arizona, 2-9-06
Free Throws: 7 vs. Washington State, 2-18-06
Free Throw Atts: 8 vs. Washington State, 2-18-06
Assists: 4, twice
Steals: 4 vs. Cal State Northridge
Blocked Shots: 2 vs. Savannah State, 11-20-05