25 Shane Gibson
25 Shane Gibson
Height: 6-2
Weight: 180
Year: R-Senior
Hometown: Killingly, CT
High School: Killingly
Position: Guard

#25 Shane Gibson - Career Stats

Career Game-by-Game Stats: 2012-13 | 2011-12 | 2010-11 | 2008-09

2011-12:  Had a break-out junior season where he led the Northeast Conference and was fourth in the nation in scoring...Was named a Lou Henson Award Finalist...Named to the All-Northeast Conference first team and to the Lou Henson All-America team...Played in all 32 games and started 29...Averaged 22.0 points per game...Finished the season with 705 points scored, setting a new SHU Division I record for points in a season and tied for the seventh highest total in school history...Was the 10th highest single season total in NEC history and the highest point total since Wagner’s Jermaine Hall’s 686 in 2002-03...Became the 33rd player in SHU history to score 1,000 career points and ended the year with 1,453 points over three seasons...Passed Maurice Bailey for the top-spot on the Division I scoring list at SHU...Currently 17th on the SHU all-time list...He was the ninth player in Division I history to accomplish the feat...Named the Choice Hotels NEC Player of the Week three times...In 18 NEC games, he averaged 24.9 ppg and made 45.3% of his three’s...He finished the season ranked first in the NEC in scoring (22.2), first in three-point field goals made (87), second in three-point percentage (.433), third in free throw shooting (.862), 11th in field goal percentage (.510), and 19th in rebounding (4.7)...On the defensive end, he was fourth in the NEC in steals with 48...His 87 three point makes were the third highest single season total in SHU history...He scored a career-high 41 points on 16-of-28 shooting at home against Mount St. Mary’s...The 41 points were a new SHU Division record and most in an NEC game since 2011 (Bryant’s Alex Francis - 43 vs. LIU Brooklyn)...Just the 12th time since 2000 an NEC player hit for 40...First SHU 40 point game since Darren Robinson hit for 47 in 1993 vs. New Haven...Made six-of-13 from three on his way to 41 points...Scored in double figures in every game...Scored 20+ points in 22 games...Scored 30+ four times...Had a streak of five-straight games with at least 22 points...Scored 30 and 34 points in back-to-back wins over Bryant during NEC Rivalry Week...Buried a career-high seven three’s and scored 29 points at Robert Morris...Recorded his first double double with 21 points and a career-high 12 rebounds at St. Francis (NY)...Had a career-high five steals twice, at Saint Francis (PA) and vs. LIU Brooklyn.

2010-11:  Returned to the Pioneer line-up starting all 29 games..Averaged 32.9 minutes per game, second on the team...Led the team in scoring and was ranked second in the NEC at 17.2 ppg...Named to the All-Northeast Conference second team and the NABC All-District second team...He averaged 4.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.4 steals per game...Shot 44.0% (173-393) from the field, ranking 15th among NEC leaders...A 38.9% (75-193) shooter from behind the three-point arc...Was the 8th best three-point threat in the NEC and ranked third in 3pt FG makes per game (2.59 pg)...He ranked ninth in the NEC in steals, with 40, tops on the team...Scored in double figures in 23 of 29 games...Notched 12 games with 20 plus points...Set a new career-high with a 34 point performance at Wagner...Shot 12-of-15 from the field with four three's and also had five rebounds against the Seahawks...He earned the Choice Hotels NEC Player of the Week award on back to back weeks...Scored 19 points at Stony Brook followed by a 23 point afternoon at Yale to notch his first weekly award on Dec. 20th...Had 26 at Providence followed by 21 at home vs. Holy Cross helping Coach Bike to his 500th career win to earn his second NEC award on Jan. 3rd...Scorched CCSU for 27 points on 10-of-18 shooting...Finished the season with games of 24 points at Bryant, 22 vs. FDU and 24 vs. Monmouth in the finale...Finished the year with 498 points.

2009-10:  Used his red-shirt season

2008-09: As a rookie, played in all 31 games earning 14 starts...Averaged 23.5 minutes per game..Scored at an 8.1 per game clip...Shot 45.5% (90-188) from the field and 42.0% (37-88) from three...An 80.5% (33-41) shooter at the charity stripe...Averaged 2.2 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.1 steals per game...had 35 steals defensively...Started the first 13 games of the season...Hit a three-pointer with :07 left against Columbia to send the game into overtime...Had 11 double digit scoring games including five in his first eight games of his career...Set a season high with 20 points hitting four three's against FDU...Had 12 points and four assists in the game before vs. the Mount...For his efforts he was named the Choice Hotels NEC Rookie of the Week...Scored 19 points including a three just before the buzzer to send the game to overtime at Columbia...Tallied 16  against Long Island and 15 points and three assists vs. Albany.

High School: Attended Killingly High School where he played basketball for four years for coach Scott Derosier. Was team captain his senior year. Was team MVP three times. He is Killingly's all-time leading scorer and set the school's single-game scoring mark with 51 points. Was named All-State twice.

Personal: Son of Al and Stephanie Gibson. Has three siblings - Jarrel, Ciara and Bianca. Business Management major. Favorite sports teams are the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Mavericks. Favorite athlete is Dwyane Wade. Favorite movie is Wedding Crashers and favorite TV show is Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman. Favorite food is pepperoni pizza. Considers Kobe Bryant his role model.