Daryl Pegram's Career Stats.
Daryl Pegram is in his third season at Loyola Marymount and second season of action... he has been at the college level for four seasons including 2005-06 after spending his true freshman season at Indiana... Initial thoughts from Coach Tention... "he played a lot of forward last season but is more natural at the perimeter in the face-up position... a very hard worker and busted his hump against bigger guys last season... he seems to want it a little more, working hard this offseason... has good size at the perimeter and is athletic."
2004-05 at LMU:
Pegram played in first real game situations for the first time in more than two years after major knee surgery... finished fifth on the team in scoring with 6.5 points per game... added 4.3 rebounds per contest... was third on the team with 19 three-pointers, hitting 28.8 percent... in first game in more than two years against Monmouth (11-20-04), played 19 minutes in the start... scored seven points with five rebounds... scored seven points with six rebounds in just 13 minutes against UNC (11-24-04)... added a block and a steal... scored eight points with seven rebounds and a block against UC Riverside (11-27-04)had best offensive game of his young career with 15 points in 32 minutes in win over Denver (12-1-04)... was 6-for-11 from the field... had another double digit game with 10 points in win over Long Beach State (12-4-04)... added four rebounds and a steal... finished the game at South Alabama (12-7-04) playing 25 minutes with eight points and seven rebounds... was 3-of-5 from the field... at home verse Washington (12-12-04), he finished the game with 11 points and four rebounds in 21 minutes... was 2-of-4 from long distance... played 23 minutes, scoring five points with three rebounds in win over San Diego State (12-18-04)... added an assist and a block... played 25 minutes with eight points, all in the second half at Colgate (12-21-04)... added four rebounds... played 22 minutes and scored 11 points at Virginia (12-23-04)... was perfect 2-for-2 from charity stripe while adding a steal... scored eight points with six rebounds in 22 minutes in win over Northern Arizona (12-29-04)... scored seven points with six rebounds in 18 minutes at Minnesota (1-3-05)... added a block and two steals... scored five points with four rebounds in 18 minutes in win over San Francisco (1-7-05)... added two assists... had five points and three rebounds in 24 minutes vs. San Diego (1-9-05)... added two steals and an assist... scored nine points with eight rebounds in 25 minutes at Portland (1-16-05)... added two assists and a steal... missed weekend series with knee injury (1-20-05)... returned after missing two games in win over Pepperdine (1-29-05)... played 17 minutes off the bench with nine points and eight rebounds... came up big for the Lions off the bench in win over USF (2-5-05)... hit three-pointer to cut lead to one and then grabbed offensive rebound and assisted on Knight's winning bucket... finished with six points, six rebounds, an assist and a steal in 19 minutes... back in starting line-up at Saint Mary's (2-17-05), scored five points with an assist in 18 minutes... scored seven points in 18 minutes at Pepperdine (2-26-05)... added five rebounds with an assist... finished season with 21 minutes against Pepperdine (3-4-05), grabbed six rebounds with career-best three blocked shots.
2003-04 at LMU:
Served redshirt season... recovered from major surgery in the process... played every game in European Tour... in first look in LMU uniform he was second in points during the tour with 9.2 and led the team in rebounds with nine per game... was 83 percent from the free throw line and hit 33 percent from the three-point line... best game was 16 points in game two while grabbing 12 rebounds in games four and five.
2002-03 at Indiana:
Played in two games for the Hoosiers... played three minutes in both games... had an assist and a rebound in win over North Texas (12-1-02)... had first collegiate basket and a rebound in win over Illinois Chicago (12-7-02).
A second-team All-New England Prep School Class A selection at Worcester Academy.. one of six members of Worcester Academy's Class of 2002 to accept a Division I basketball scholarship offer, joining Worcester teammates Craig Smith (Boston College), Jarrett Jack (Georgia Tech), Jason Chappell (Wisconsin), Brendan Winters (Davidson) and teammate Wes Wardrop... averaged 15.1 points, 9.2 rebounds and three blocked shots per game... hit 42 three-pointers as a senior... played on the Purple team at the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic, where he grabbed five rebounds in the game.
Daryl Elwood Pegram was born on March 28, 1983... he is the son of Kimberly and Ken Calvin... a history major... played with teammate Wes Wardrop at Worcester Academy.
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