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10 Wil Peters

Bachelors: Exercise Science, 2011
Graduate School: Sports Administration
 
2011-12 Bob Cousy Award Nominee

2011-12 - Senior Season

Finished his career with 125 games played and 97 starts...Logged over 3,572 minutes - the most of any men's basketball player in the last decade...Scored 951 points, dished out 386 assists and stole 109 balls during his four-year career...Tallied 128 triples for 10th all-time in TSU athletics history...Played and started in all 33 games for the Tigers, logging 1,177 minutes...Averaged 7.4 points, dishing out 115 assists and scoring 41 steals...Made 78-of-215 treys for 36 percent...Had a season-best 14 points in the double overtime loss to Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 25)...Tied a season-high with nine rebounds in the win over SIUE (Jan. 14)...Dished out seven assists on two occasions, his last against Morehead State in the OVC Tournament semifinals...Collected four steals in four different games, including the upset win over No. 7 Murray State...Logged a career-high 47 minutes in the double OT victory over Eastern Kentucky on Jan. 28...Only one of two Ohio Valley Conference representatives on the 2011-12 Bob Cousy nominee list.

2010-11 - Junior Season

Led team in assists (125) and free-throw percentage (.851)...Ranked third in the OVC in assists (4.2), minutes played (34.7), and assist/turnover ratio (1.6)...Named OVC Player of the Week (01/17/11) for performance against Austin Peay, scoring 16 points, including the overtime game winner, hauled in seven rebounds, and tied a career high in assists with nine...Set a career high with 21 points going 7-of-7 from the floor, 4-of-4 from three-point range and 3-of-3 from the line at Eastern Illinois (12/02/10)...Recorded career highs in assists with nine at Middle Tennessee (12/29/10) and Austin Peay...Started all 30 games and playing a team high 1,042 minutes, while averaging 10.5 points per game (95-of-231, .411)...Shot 40-of-101 (.396) from 3-point land and 86- of-101 (.851) from the free throw line...Collected 78 rebounds (16 offense, 62 defense) and 23 steals.

2009-10 - Sophomore Season

Started 28-of-32 games played leading team in minutes played on the court with a total of 963 minutes, averaging 30.1 mpg...Averaged 9.6 points per game, connecting on 98-of-246 field goals while shooting 39 percent from the field...Hit 42-of-97 shots from 3-point range for an average of 43 percent and 69-of-96 from the free throw line for a 72 percent average...Pulled in a total of 79 rebounds averaging 2.5 boards per game...Recorded a total of 99 assists for an average of 3.1 assists per contest.

2008-09 - Freshman Season

Started 6-of-30 games played playing 450 minutes, averaging 15 minutes per game...Scored 85 points for the season averaging 2.8 per game...Posted a season high 13 points versus Murray State (2/04/09)...Shot 21-of-26 free throws for 80 percent a team high and made 10-of-27 3-point field goals for 37 percent...Hit 27-of-63 field goals for 42 percent...Recorded 2 blocks averaging 0.1 per game and tallied 47 assists with a season and career high of 5 against Alabama (12/17/08)...Season and career high of 7 rebounds against Southeast Missouri State (2/26/09).

2007-08

Did not play because he redshirted.

Whites Creek High School

Scored over 1,000 points in high school career...Led team in scoring with 14.4 ppg...Four year varsity letterwinner...Selected to All-District and All Region Teams...Named team captain and helped lead team to final four appearance in the state tournament in 2006 season. 

Personal

Son of Tom and Pamela Peters...Born September 12, 1988.

Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
City/State: Nashville, Tenn.,
High School: Whites Creek HS
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