(Junior): Named Second Team All-Northern Athletics
Conference…Played in 28 games, made 27 starts…Logged
917 minutes…Scored 411 points and finished 11th in the NAC
with a 14.7 points per game average…Shot 152-for-298 (51.0
percent) from the field, which ranked 10th in the NAC and 134th in
the nation…Stole 56 passes (2.00 per game), which ranked
sixth in the NAC and 101st in the nation…Averaged 32.75
minutes per game, which ranked tied for fourth in the
NAC…Assisted on 60 field goals…Recorded 127 rebounds,
35 offensive…Shot 43-for-116 (37.1 percent) from the 3-point
line…Shot 64-for-92 (69.6 percent) at the free throw
line…Began the season with 19 points, including three
3-pointers, to go along with six rebounds and three assists during
a 93-81 victory over UW-La Crosse (Nov. 15)…Scored 14 points
and grabbed a season-high seven rebounds, stole three passes and
assisted on three field goals during a 100-82 win over Dubuque
University (Nov. 19)…Recorded 19 points, five rebounds and
two steals in an 80-75 loss to Carroll University (Nov.
20)…Finished with 18 points on 8-of-11 shooting from the
field, along with three assists, during an 89-61 victory over
Wisconsin Lutheran College (Nov. 30)…Scored 13 points,
grabbed six rebounds and assisted on four field goals in an 82-79
win over Marian University (Dec. 8)… Scored 11 points,
assisted on a season-high six field goals, grabbed four rebounds
and stole three passes in an 89-65 win at Aurora University (Dec.
11)…Scored a season-high 22 points on 9-of-11 shooting from
the field, to go along with four rebounds, a season-high-tying four
steals and two assists during an 86-61 win at Silver Lake College
(Dec. 16)…Finished with 10 points, four rebounds, three
assists and two steals in a 70-60 loss at Cal Lutheran (Jan.
2)…Recorded 11 points on three 3-pointers during a 66-59
victory over University of La Verne College (Jan. 3)…Scored
17 points, grabbed a season-high nine rebounds, stole three passes
and assisted on three field goals in an 87-64 victory over
Dominican University (Jan. 8)…Stole a season-high-tying four
passes in a 71-55 win at Maranatha Baptist Bible College (Jan.
13)…Finished with 16 points, six rebounds, three steals and
two assists during an 84-62 victory at MSOE (Jan. 15)…Scored
15 points during a 95-84 win over Lakeland College (Jan.
18)…Finished with 18 points, including three 3-pointers, a
season-high-tying four steals and three assists in an 81-66 victory
over Edgewood College (Jan. 20)…Recorded 12 points and eight
rebounds during a 96-84 win against Rockford College (Jan.
22)…Finished with 10 points and a season-high-tying four
steals in an 82-65 win at Wisconsin Lutheran College (Jan.
26)…Scored 18 points on 5-of-11 shooting from the 3-point
line, grabbed four rebounds, assisted on three field goals and
stole two passes during an 85-81 loss to Concordia University Ann
Arbor (Jan. 28)…Finished with 16 points in an 86-66 win
against Concordia University Nebraska (Jan. 29)…Recorded 12
points and six rebounds during a 69-64 victory at Marian University
(Feb. 7)…Scored a season-high-tying 23 points on 9-of-14
shooting from the field in a 79-75 win at Lakeland College (Feb.
9)…Finished with a season-high-tying 23 points, four
rebounds, three steals and two assists during a 73-66 victory over
Maranatha Baptist Bible College (Feb. 12)…Scored 12 points
and grabbed five rebounds in a 71-66 win at Edgewood College (Feb.
15)…Recorded 21 points, including three 3-pointers, four
rebounds and three assists during an 85-83 victory at Benedictine
University (Feb. 19)…Scored 13 points, grabbed six rebounds,
stole three passes and assisted on three field goals in a 90-58 win
over Wisconsin Lutheran College (Feb. 23), the quarterfinals of the
Northern Athletics Conference Tournament…Finished with 13
points and seven rebounds in a 95-89 loss to Edgewood College (Feb.
25), the semifinals of the NAC Tournament…Ended the season
with 18 points during a 68-61 loss to Luther College (Mar. 4).
Prior to CUW: Transferred from Winona State University prior to the 2010-11 season…Member of the 2007-08 NCAA Division II National Championships that finished 38-1 overall…Was also regional and conference champions…Played in 55 games in two years…Scored 211 points…Shot 68-for-140 (48.6 percent) from the field.
High School (Cedarburg): Named first team all-conference his senior year…Earned three varsity basketball letters…Averaged over 15 points and five assists a game.
Personal: Son of Andy and Sandy Doedens…Has an older brother, Chad; and two younger sisters, Kelly and Nikki…Has a son, Jayden.