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Nate Erdmann
Round 2, 57th pick
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Full Name: 
Nathan Lewis Erdmann
Position: 
Guard
Born: 
November 21, 1973
Fort Dodge, Iowa
High School: 
Portales HS
(Portales, N.M.)
College: 
Oklahoma
Height: 
6-5
Weight: 
195 lbs.

Statistics
Highlights
Played two years at Oklahoma after spending freshman year at Washington State and sophomore year at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas
Became 29th Oklahoma player to score 1,000 career points
Established an Oklahoma record as a senior, connecting on 105 three-point field goals, breaking the previous Oklahoma single-season mark of 92 held by NBA players Mookie Blaylock (Atlanta) and Brent Price (Houston)
Was selected to the All-Big 12 Second Team as a senior
At Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaged 13.0 ppg and 5.7 rpg.

At Oklahoma
As a senior, led the 19-11 Sooners in scoring (20.5 ppg) and minutes played (36.0 mpg) and was second in steals (57), assists (3.1 apg) and rebounding (4.8 rpg)
Made 105 three-pointers for the season and averaged 3.8 threes per game in Big 12 games, tops in the league
Made at least three treys in 23 of Oklahoma's 30 games
Closed out career with game-high 22 points and seven rebounds in a loss to Stanford in the first round of the NCAAs
Had career-high 34 points vs. Nebraska, seven three-pointers and 31 points vs. Colorado and 25 points and 11 rebounds vs. Texas for his first career double-double

As a junior, averaged 12.8 points and 5.6 rebounds in 32.4 minutes per game
Was second on team in FG% (.502)
Also ranked second on the team in steals with 40
Registered season-highs of 27 points and eight assists at Colorado
Pushed scoring average up to 18.1 ppg over his last nine Big Eight games of the season

At Hutchinson Community College
As a sophomore, transferred from Washington State to Hutchinson Community College
Led Blue Dragons in scoring (16.3 ppg), rebounding (6.7 rpg) and steals (4.0)
Was named to Jayhawk Conference's All-League First Team and was named MVP of the Regional Tournament

At Washington State
As a freshman, appeared in 27 games for Washington State, averaging 5.8 points and 2.0 rebounds in 18 minutes per game
Averaged 26 mpg over the Cougars' last eight games
Scored 20 points in win over Arizona State and 19 points at Arizona
In a 67-64 loss to Boston College in a first round NCAA Tournament game, came off the bench to contribute 12 points and four rebounds in 26 minutes


N A T E     E R D M A N N     A T     W A S H I N G T O N     S T A T E
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1993-94 27 59 117 .504 23 27 .852 53 21 157 5.8
Three-point field goals: 1993-94, 16-for-45 (.356).

N A T E     E R D M A N N     A T     H U T C H I N S O N     C C
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1994-95 STATISTICS UNAVAILABLE

N A T E     E R D M A N N     A T     O K L A H O M A
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1995-96 30 148 295 .502 53 74 .716 169 77 385 12.8
1996-97 30 206 462 .446 98 135 .726 145 93 615 20.5
TOTALS 60 354 757 .468 151 209 .722 314 170 1000 16.7
Three-point field goals: 1995-96, 36-for-99 (.364); 1996-97, 105-for-257 (.409). Totals: 141-for-356 (.396).

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