Aaron Brooks led the Ducks to a 23-7 record for the regular season and a spot in the NCAA playoffs. He led the Pac-10 in scoring with an 18-point per game average and was 170-of-375 (.453) field goal shooting including 64-of-162 (.395) in 3-point shooting. Brooks also was 101-for-119 in free throw shooting.
Brooks appeared in 27 of the 28 games the Ducks played during the regular season and averaged 4.5 rebounds per contest to go along with 124 assists and 40 steals.
Maarty Leunen was the Ducks' fourth leading scorer at 11 points per game and averaged 8.6 rebounds per game . Standing at 6-8, Leunen, a junior was often smaller than the other post men he played against, particularly in Pac-10 play. However his rebounding average still ranked third in conference in that category.
Named to All-Pac-10 Team
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