Indiana Men's Basketball Final Statistics
March 24, 2008
Bloomington, Indiana - The Indiana men's basketball season concluded its season with a 25-8 record and a 14-4 mark in the Big Ten and earned its 35th appearance in the NCAA Tournament, the fifth most among active Division I schools.
The Hoosiers' 25 wins was the most by an IU squad since the 1992-93 team won 31.
Indiana's 14 Big Ten wins were the most for the Cream and Crimson since that 92-93 squad went 17-1 in the Big Ten.
The Hoosiers won a school record 17 home games and were 7-3 on the road this season.
He became the first Hoosier to average more than 20 points per game since Brian Evans averaged 21.2 in 1996.
His 669 points scored was an IU and Big Ten freshman record. That total was the 10th highest overall in IU single season history.
Gordon's 231 free throws made is the third highest single season total in IU history. His 277 attempts ranked fourth.
His 70 three-point field goals made were the eighth most in a season in Hoosier lore.
He finished his career ranked 16th in IU scoring with 1,447 points. He also tied for ninth in career rebouding with 748 caroms.
He finished second all-time at IU in career field goal percentage (56.2) and single season field goal percentage (60.5).
He is the first player to average a double-double (17.4 points and 10.3 rebounds) since Alan Henderson in 1994 and just the second player to do so in the last 31 years.
His 69 three-pointers were the 11th most in a single season at Indiana.
Indiana Statistical Leaders
Games Played-- D.J. White and Lance Stemler (33)
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