Wayne Simien

School: 
Height: 
6-9
Position: 
Forward/Center
Hometown: 
Leavenworth, KS
  • NCAA unanimous first-team All-American in 2005
  • All-American Recognition: 2004 (Associated Press 3rd Team) and 2005 (Associated Press 1st Team, National Association of Basketball Coaches 1st Team, United States Basketball Writers Association 1st Team)
  • Ranked 20th in the nation in scoring in 2005
  • Ranked among the nation's rebounding leaders in 2004 (30th) and 2005 (7th)
  • Ranked 38th in the nation in field-goal percentage in 2005
  • Third-leading rebounder and fifth-leading scorer for 2002 Final Four team (33-4 record)
  • Averaged 12.8 points and 7.4 rebounds in 10 NCAA Tournament games in 2002, 2004 and 2005 (7-3 record, missed 2003 NCAA playoffs because of a shoulder injury)
  • Selected by the Miami Heat in first round of 2005 NBA draft (29th pick overall).

Season

G

FGM

FGA

FG%

3PT

3PTA

3PT%

FTM

FTA

FT%

RB

RBA

PTS

AVG

2001-02

32

99

179

.533

62

84

.738

169

5.3

260

8.1

2002-03

16

95

147

.646

46

68

.676

131

8.2

236

14.8

2003-04

32

200

376

.532

2

11

.182

167

206

.811

297

9.3

569

17.8

2004-05

26

191

346

.552

4

14

.286

142

174

.816

287

11.0

528

20.3

Totals

106

585

1048

.558

6

25

.240

417

532

.784

884

8.3

1593

15.0

  • NOTE: Missed first five games as freshman after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, second half of sophomore season because of a dislocated right shoulder and four games as senior because of a hand injury.