|High School:||North Star|
2007-08 Co-captain. Capable of playing either guard position. Is one of the best defensive players on the team. Has played more total minutes in the last three seasons than anyone on the team. 2006-07: Named the Northeast Conference Men's Basketball Scholar Athlete of the Year at the conclusion of the season...Had the best season of his career, averaging 9.8 points, 3.9 rebounds and four assists per game. Was second in the NEC in assist to turnover ratio...Scored in double figures 13 times....128 assists the most for a Pioneer since the 2002-03 season when Omar Wellington had 134....Set a career high in assists with ten against FDU on January 30....Set a new career high with 28 points at Robert Morris....Had a string of 46 straight starts snapped at Harvard on 12/20...Led the team with five assists at Fordham on 11/10. Set a new career high with nine assists against SFPA on 12/9. 2005-06: Scored in double figures 12 times, including a career-high 17 points in a win at Wagner on 1/14...Led the team at the free throw line, hitting over 80 percent of his tries....Was a career-best seven of eight from the free throw line at Yale on 11/28/05....Was second on the team in three-pointers with 38 and led the team in three-point percentage at .362.... Ripped down a career-best nine rebounds at Miami on 1/2.....Dished a career-high eight assists in a win over Central Connecticut on 1/9. 2004-05: Started 17 games, including the final seven straight. Was in double figures in scoring four times. Nailed six of his first ten career three-point shots. Had a career-high 12 points twice - in the season opener against Albany, and then on 2/26/05 at Robert Morris. Was four of five from three in the game at RMU. Was third on the team in minutes played, averaging 24.9 per game. High School: Lettered in basketball and football at North Star High School.... Played basketball for his father, Andy. His basketball teams were three-time District 5 AA champions and three-time Somerset County champs. Also led his team to two West PAC championships. He was named first team all-county, and was also selected as Somerset County MVP. Was named first-team AA All-State his senior year. Personal: Full name is Drew Raymond Shubik. Son of Andrew and Pamela Shubik. Has two brothers, Monte and Joe. Favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers. Favorite athlete is Joe Crispin. Favorite book is The Bible. Favorite movie is Wedding Crashers. Favorite food is grilled chicken. Considers his parents his role models "because the taught me to persevere and be a strong young man." Would like to have dinner with his late grandfather, Sam, "He died when I was young before I could really get to know him."