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35   Hashim Bailey
Hashim Bailey

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Paterson, N.J.

High School:
Passaic County Tech/The Patterson School (N.C.)

Last College:
Memphis

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 275

Position:
F/C

Birthdate:
02/25/1987


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KELLOGG ON BAILEY: "If he can get his body right, Hashim can do some special things for us. This year is going to be a great year for him to get his mind in a right frame of mind to come out and dominate this year. To get his body in physical shape that he can play 20 to 25 minutes a game. I'm excited to see what level he brings every day. I'm excited to see what kind of shape he gets into and that's a big challenge for him to take that on."

As a Redshirt Senior in 2010-11: Game-By-Game Statistics
• Started seven games in a row (Nov. 20-Dec. 8), played 29 games overall. Overall averaged 1.7 points and 2.5 rebounds.
• On Senior Night, started for first time since Dec. 8, made all three field goals for six points in 17 minutes vs. Temple (3/2).
• Made most-athletic play of his career with a steal and breakway lay-up to rally fans in win over Rhode Island (1/30).
• In four minutes, had five points and grabbed two rebounds before leaving with an ankle injury vs. Boston U. (12/31).
• After being suspended for Seton Hall (12/11), returned with six rebounds in 15 minutes vs. #24 UCF (12/22)
• Grabbed six rebounds in 12 minutes vs. Maine (12/8).
• Best game of young season with six points and five rebounds in 16 minutes vs. AIC (11/24).
• Had six rebounds vs. TCU (11/22) in Tip-Off Classic.
• Second-career start vs. New Mexico State (11/20) in Hall of Fame Tip-Off. Played seven minutes with one rebound.
• Impacted second-half vs. Sacred Heart (11/17) finished with four points, including a slam dunk and three rebounds.

As a Redshirt Junior in 2009-10:
• Played in 27 games with one start, averaging 12.3 minutes, 2.5 points and 4.7 rebounds, third on the team.
• Prorated over 40 minutes, averaged 15.2 rebounds and 8.1 points per game.
• Three games with double-figure rebounds (Boston College, La Salle and Baylor).
• Was hampered by a groin injury early in the season forcing him to miss three of first seven games.
• After not playing two of three games, had a big return with eight rebounds and six points in 13 minutes at Charlotte (3/9) in A-10 First Round. Grabbed game-clinching rebound as time expired to seal victory.
• Posted career-high four blocks shots along with five points and six rebounds vs. St. Bonaventure (1/20).
• In 14 minutes vs. Fordham (1/6), had career-high 13 rebounds along with nine points.
• Career-high 10 rebounds in 11 minutes at Boston College (12/23), also added four points.
• Playing against his former team, Memphis (12/19), scored five points and grabbed five rebounds in just nine minutes.
•Career-high nine points, making all four field goals vs. Grambling State (12/11). Also grabbed five rebounds.
• Career-high eight rebounds, along with first two field goals of year and three blocks at Holy Cross (12/5).
• First-career start in career-high 25 minutes grabbed career-best seven rebounds vs. #2 Michigan State (11/28).
• Sat out Arkansas-Fort Smith (11/21) and St. Francis (11/24) with a groin injury.
• Made UMass debut at UCF (11/13), grabbing two rebounds in eight minutes.

As a junior in 2008-09: Sat out season due to transfer eligibility rules, but practiced with the team.

As a sophomore in 2007-08 (at Memphis): Played as a back-up bigman for the 2008 NCAA Finalists ... Saw action in five games ... Made his only shot of the season scoring five total points ... Also grabbed one rebound playing 11 total minutes.

As a freshman in 2006-07 (at Memphis): Had played in nine games ... Averaged 1.1 points and 0.9 rebounds ... Had two blocked shots and one steal ... Shot 80 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free throw line. Saw game action in five Conference USA contests and four non-conference games ... Shot 100 percent from the field and free throw line in C-USA play ... Netted six points and went 2-2 from the foul line in a win over Tulane (2/10)... Pulled down one rebound in a home victory over SMU (1/13)... Had two rebounds and one blocked shot in five minutes of play vs. Marshall (12/4)... Played a career-high seven minutes and pulled down one board in a win over Arkansas State (11/22)... Came off bench and had two points, two rebounds and one steal in a win over Kentucky in the EA Sports Maui Invitational third-place game (11/16)... Scored two points and added one rebound and one blocked shot in the season-opening win over Jackson State (11/16).

Before College: Played for Coach Chris Chaney at The Patterson School in 2005-06 ... Averaged 14.7 points and 10.1 rebounds at Patterson ... Helped lead Patterson to a 34-3 overall record and a No. 3 national ranking (Scout.com) in 2005-06 ... Entering his prep season at Patterson, HoopScoopOnline.com ranked him among its top 20 fifth-year players (No. 16) ... Prior to Patterson, played Passaic County Tech in New Jersey ... In his final year at Passaic, averaged 18.4 points, 14.4 rebounds and 4.8 blocked shots ... Earned Herald News All-Area first team honors and Associated Press All-State third team accolades ... Helped lead Passaic Tech to an 18-7 overall record and the Northern Hills Skyline Conference title ... Named the 2005 WGHT Area Player of the Year ... Also selected to the WGHT All-Area first team ... Earned 2005 All-Passaic honors from The Star Ledger ... Had one of The Star Ledger area's top performances with 21 points, 15 boards and 10 blocks vs. West Milford ... A 2005 McDonald's All-America nominee ... Averaged 18.0 points as a junior and 13.2 points as a sophomore.

Personal: Born February 25, 1987 ... Son of Ferdinand Bailey and Pearl Bailey ... Major is Letters & Sciences.

BAILEY'S CAREER STATISTICS

Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2006-07* 9-0 28 3.1 4 5 .800 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 4 4 8 0.9 9 0 0 2 2 1 10 1.1
2007-08* 5-0 28 5.6 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 1 0 1 0.2 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.4
2008-09
2009-10 27-1 332 12.3 25 50 .500 0 0 .000 17 50 .340 57 69 126 4.7 71 2 3 27 24 6 67 2.5
2010-11 29-9 290 10.0 23 50 .460 0 0 .000 4 12 .333 33 39 72 2.5 77 3 6 14 6 4 50 1.7
TOTAL 56-10 622 11.1 48 100 .480 0 0 .000 21 62 .339 90 108 198 3.5 148 5 9 41 30 10 117 2.1
TOTAL 70-10 678 9.7 53 106 .500 0 0 .000 23 68 .338 95 112 207 3.0 161 5 9 43 32 11 129 1.8

* Statistics from prior team/school


SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Points: 9, Fordham -- 01/06/10 ; Grambling -- 12/11/09
Rebounds: 13, Fordham -- 01/06/10
Assists: 2, Fordham -- 01/06/10 ; vs Texas Christian -- 11/22/10
Steals: 1, 6 times
Blocks: 4, St. Bonaventure -- 01/20/10
FG made: 4, Grambling -- 12/11/09
FG attempts: 6, at Baylor -- 01/23/10 ; at Boston College -- 12-23-09
FT made: 3, Fordham -- 01/06/10 ; La Salle -- 01/10/10 ; St. Bonaventure -- 01/20/10
FT attempts: 8, Fordham -- 01/06/10

A Few Minutes With BIG CITY

Ideal Day: Hanging and chilling with my boys
Animal I would be: Dragon
Why UMass: Coach Kellogg
Hope Before Graduation: Start one game at point guard
Best Pregame Meal: Salad, grilled chicken, and pasta
Player You Pattern After: Shaq, Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant
Why You Wear Your Jersey Number: Wore the same one since age 14
Advice to Freshmen: Don't worry about the last shot you missed and don't give up
Can't Go on a Road Trip Without: iPod
First Basketball Memory: Breaking the backboard twice
When I Was Five Years Old, I Thought I'd be: Basketball player, or a rapper
Most Challenging About College: Getting up for classes
Teammates Describe Me As: The wild one
First Thought When I Moved Away to College: I am going to miss my friends and family a lot
TV Show I Want to be on: CST, Cribs
First Taught You How to Shoot: Gary Alford, Dion Sablin
Favorite Food at the DC: Stir Fry
Favorite Study Spot on Campus: Boyden
Favorite Pair of Shoes: Air Max 95'
What I Would do if President: Throw a big party in the White House
Where I would Spend $1,000 First: Mall and bills
What Does Basketball Mean to You: I love this game
Favorite Part of Practice and a Game Day: Perfection
Weird Fact Not Many People Know: I like to sleep with my TV on

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