Men's Basketball


2   Chris Chadwick
Chris Chadwick


Union, N.J.

High School:

Last College:
Cecil Community College (Md.)

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 195



Q&A With Chadwick, By Dave Quinn

Senior who provides the Minutemen with a solid point guard ... Can also play some at shooting guard ... A strong player with a lot of experience ... Has the physical strength, size and ability to be an impact contributor ... Changed from No. 13 to No. 2 this season ... With Anthony Anderson sidelined, has been serving as team captain.

2004-05 Season
• Has played in all 28 games, starting 23 times -- including the last 22 in a row, scoring 4.9 points per game. • UMass is 14-9 in games he starts, winning the first four games he started. UMass is 6-2 in games which Anthony Anderson did not play. • Made 18 of last 19 free throws (making 18 in row before miss at Dayton on Mar. 1) had not missed a FT in eight games since the Jan. 26. • Due to illness, started on Senior Day, but played just eight minutes vs. Duquesne (3/5), making one basket. • Played tremendous defense in loss at Dayton (3/1), helping to keep Flyers to just 53 points. Scored five points in the game. • Came up huge in overtime against Rhode Island (2/23), scoring five of UMass' first six points in the extra period on the way to nine points. Also had six assists, second most of the season. • Set a new career-high with eight assists, along with seven points vs. St. Bonaventure (2/5). • Tied his season-highs of 12 points and four assists at St. Bonaventure (1/26) • Best game of the season came in upset win over No. 21 George Washington (1/15), scoring season-high 12 points. Made the go-ahead three-point play in the final minute of regulation to make score 70-67, before GW tied it to send the game to overtime. Also had four assists and two steals. • Tied his career highs for free throws made and attempted, going 5-for-6 from the line vs. Saint Joseph's (1/12), scoring nine points. • Played a career-high 40 minutes in triple-overtime win over Xavier (1/8) scoring nine points and handing out three assists. • Starting at point guard in place of Anthony Anderson from Dec. 19-28, averaged 34.3 minutes per game, 8.0 ppg, 3.3 apg, 4.0 rpg. • Played 38 minutes in win over Boston Univ. (12/28), scoring seven points and coming up with career-high four steals. • Started and played 30 minutes vs. Rider (12/23), handed out season-best four assists, also scored six points. • Named the UMass/Dinn Brothers Athlete of the Week after his game vs. Davidson. • In career-high 35 minutes and fifth career start, scored 11 points vs. Davidson (12/19) starting in place of Anthony Anderson. Also handed out three assists and had four rebounds. Chadwick's 11 points in the game were more than his combined total (10) from the first six games of the season. • Came off the bench to play 11 minutes at Miami (12/12) and had five points. • In fourth-career start vs. Yale (11/28), scored five points and had three assists.

2003-2004 (Junior):
Served as UMass' backup point guard ... Received the team's Rafer Giles Sixth Man Award ... Played in all 29 games, earning three starts ... Averaged 3.7 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game ... Totaled 15 points in the home game with St. Joseph's, hitting five of nine shots from the floor and all four of his free throw attempts ... Had 11 points on five of nine shooting at Fordham ... Scored 12 points on five of seven shooting against Dayton, while also recording three rebounds and three assists ... Totaled seven points and four assists in the victory at Rider ... Recorded five points, five rebounds and three assists in the home win over Fordham ... Had four points and three assists in the victory over Temple ... Scored eight points and handed out one assist at St. Joseph's, while hitting two of three attempts from three-point range ... Totaled six points, three rebounds and four assists at St. Bonaventure ... Had four points and three assists against La Salle, without any turnovers ... Scored six points and dished out a career-best seven assists against Albany ... Recorded four points, three rebounds and four assists against Maine ... Totaled five points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals against Marshall ... Dished out five assists in the victory over Vermont ... Scored seven points against St. Francis (N.Y.) in his first game as a Minuteman.

Before UMass:
Came to UMass from Cecil (Md.) Community College ... Averaged 14.1 points, 3.5 assists and 3.1 rebounds in only 26 minutes of work as a sophomore for coach Bill Lewit ... Started 33 of 34 games in 2002-2003 and led the Seahawks to a 27-7 record and a spot in the NJCAA Division II Final Four ... Hit 48 percent from the field, 40 percent from three-point range and 79 percent at the free throw line en route to first team All-Region and All-Conference (Maryland JUCO) honors ... Named MVP of the NJCAA Region 20 Championship ... Spent the 2001-2002 season at Globe (N.Y.) Community College ... Played his prep ball at Union (N.J.) High School.

Full name is Gordon Chris Chadwick ... Born November 11, 1982, in Union, N.J. ... Son of Lillie Chadwick ... Majoring in Sociology.

Career Statistics


Career Highs

Category#Opponent, Date
Points15vs. St. Joseph's, 2/25/04
Field Goals 5 Three Times
Field Goals Att.11vs. Xavier, 1/8/05
3-Point FG 2Four Times, last at GW, 1/15/05
3-Point FG Att.4at St. Boneventure, 1/14/04
Free Throws5vs. Fordham, 1/28/04
5at St. Joseph's, 1/12/05
Free Throw Att.6vs. Fordham, 1/28/04
6at St. Joseph's, 1/12/05
Rebounds5vs. Fordham, 1/28/04
Assists8vs. St. Bonaventure, 2/5/05
Blocks1 vs. Rhode Island, 2/18/04
Blocks1 vs. Rhode Island, 12/19/04
Blocks1 vs. Temple, 1/5/05
Steals4vs. Boston Univ., 12/28/04
4vs. Fordham., 1/19/05
4vs. Rhode Island, 2/19/05
Minutes40vs. Xavier, 1/8/05

CAREER HONORS UMass/Dinn Brothers Athlete of the Week (Dec. 20, 2004)

2004-05 Game-By-Game Statistics

11/28YALE1-1242-3.6670-1.000 1-2.5000-22032005
12/4vs. Gonzaga (at Sea)1-080-0.0000-0.0000-0.0000-00200000
12/12at Miami (Fla.)1-0112-4.5001-2.5000-0.0000-00111025
12/23RIDER1-1 303-7.4290-1.0000-1.0000-44044016
12/28BOSTON UNIV.1-1382-5.4000-1.0003-4.7502-24231047
1/2BOSTON COLLEGE1-1241-4.2500-0.0002-21.0000-22200014
1/5TEMPLE*1-1 251-4.2500-1.0000-0.0000-00321113
1/8XAVIER*1-1 404-11.3630-1.0001-2.5000-22232039
1/12at Saint Joseph's*1-1282-7.2860-1.0005-6.8330-11310029
1/15at G. Washington*1-1364-6.6672-3.6672-3.6671-120430212
1/22SAINT JOSEPH'S*1-1302-4.5000-1.0003-4.7500-00101027
1/26at St. Bonaventure*1-1344-10.4001-3.3333-4.7500-110420112
2/5ST. BONAVENTURE*1-1263-8.3751-2.5000-0.0000-00283017
2/9at Rhode Island*1-1331-6.1670-0.0002-21.0000-33212144
2/12at Fordham*1-1251-3.3330-0.0002-21.0000-11513044
2/15FLORIDA STATE1-1301-11.0000-0.0004-41.0000-22214006
2/19at LaSalle*1-1371-4.2500-1.0002-21.0001-34443004
2/23RHODE ISLAND*1-1332-6.3331-2.5004-41.0000-33461219
2/26at Temple*1-1221-3.3330-0.0000-0.0000-00113002
3/1at Dayton*1-1321-5.2000-0.0003-4.7501-12312015
3/5DUQUESNE*1-1 81-11.0000-0.0000-0.0000-00001002
3/9vs. LaSalle (A-10)1-1140-3.0000-0.0000-0.0000-00011000
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