34 - Patrick Dwyer
Patrick Dwyer
Height: 6-7
Weight: 225
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Williamsburg, Va.
High School: Walsingham Academy
Position: F

 

Major contributor to Cards' success. Team's top defensive player. Needs 241 points to reach 1,000 career points.  2005-06: Named first-team All-CAC • One of two players to start all 28 games • Posted career-high averages of 12.3 points & 6.6 rebounds • Team's leading rebounder & second-leading scorer • Second on team in FG% (.507) & third in steals (18) • Scored in double figures 17 times • Tallied a career-high 27 points in come-from-behind overtime victory over YCP. Hit 11 FGs & grabbed 7 boards. Scored 10 of CUA's final 16 points in regulation • Scored 24 points in CAC championship game vs. SU & secured a personal-best 16 rebounds (7 offensive) • Had 2 other double-doubles: 17 points & 11 rebounds vs. Eastern & at SMC • Named MVP of the CUA Pepsi Classic after tallying 30 points & 16 boards in 2 games. Honored as CAC Player of the Week • Had 22 points & 8 rebounds vs. UMW. Connected on 7 of 11 from field & line • Named to Hampton Inn Classic All-Tournament team after tallying 23 points & 8 rebounds in two games • Totaled 18 points & 9 boards at McDaniel • Had 17 points & 9 rebounds vs. SMC in CAC Tournament. Made 8 of 9 FGs • Tallied a career-high 4 steals at Susquehanna • Posted 10 points & a season-best 4 assists at YCP • Had 14 points, 2 blocks & 2 steals at Scranton. 2004-05: Started 18 of his 30 games • Averaged 8.3 points & 5.3 rebounds • Scored in double figures 10 times • Team's third-leading shot blocker (17) & rebounder • Tallied a season-high 18 points & grabbed 10 rebounds in ECAC Tournament at DeSales, including a personal-best 8-for-8 from the line • Had another double-double with 11 points & a season-high-tying 12 rebounds at GOU • Also posted 12 rebounds & 9 points vs. GOU • Scored 7 straight points late to help rally Cards past SU in CAC Tournament first-round game. Finished with 15 points • Registered 15 points, 4 boards & 2 blocks vs. MMT. Succeeded on 7 of 11 FGs • Scored 14 points (5 of 7 FGs) & collected 7 rebounds at SMC • Totaled 13 points, 6 rebounds & a pair of steals vs. Moravian • Recorded 9 points, 9 boards & 2 blocks vs. SMC • Had 9 points & a season-high-tying 3 assists vs. YCP • Also dished 3 assists & scored 8 points with 4 rebounds & 2 blocks vs. UMW. 2003-04: Started his final 18 games • Averaged 6.7 ppg, 4 rpg & 1.3 apg • Scored a season-high 15 points & sank 3 of 4 3-pointers vs. Methodist • Posted a 14-point, season-high 10-rebound double-double vs. GOU in CAC Tournament • Scored 12 points at YCP • Tallied 11 points vs. Kean & in NCAA Tournament at Gwynedd-Mercy • Grabbed 9 rebounds & had 6 points & 4 assists vs. SU • Recorded a personal-best 5 assists vs. YCP • Secured 8 boards in NCAA playoffs vs. SUNY-Old Westbury • Made a season-high 3 steals vs. SMC • Rejected 2 shots vs. Methodist, GOU & SU. High School: Named first-team All-Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools (TCIS) & first-team All-Virginia among Catholic schools as a senior. Team won conference regular-season title for first time in school history • Played his junior & senior years with Martin Klimes, a senior starter at Vermont • Named second-team All-TCIS & honorable mention All-State his junior year • Started three years in soccer & selected first-team All-Conference & honorable mention All-State his final season • Ran varsity track four years & named first-team All-TCIS in four events his last year as Trojans won school's first conference championship • Lettered in four sports as a sophomore, including golf • First Honors all four years • Won a West Point Leadership Award • Played as a post-graduate at The Hun School in Princeton, N.J., four years ago • Coached in basketball at Walsingham Academy by Billy Barnes. Notable: His grandfather, Bob Dwyer, led nearby Carroll High School to 56 straight victories between 1958 & 1960 & had the No. 1 team in the nation both years. Personal: Son of Bobby & Patti Dwyer. Father is an assistant AD at William & Mary & played basketball at Wake Forest. He coached at Army & Duke under Mike Krzyzewski.

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