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Senior Jason Dickens will conclude his third season at LMU and final year of collegiate basketball... injuries hampered his LMU career, including his senior season when he missed eight games with a back/abdominal strain... biggest game came against Saint Mary├,'s, coming off the bench in just second game back in action with eight points and four rebounds in 21 minutes to help the Lions to a key road win... finished the season averaging 12.9 minutes, scoring 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds... played in 95 career games in two years at Davidson and two years at LMU... earned his second straight All-Academic selection by the West Coast Conference with a 3.25 GPA in business.
2003-04 Season Notes at LMU:
UCR... played 16 minutes and scored eight points with five rebounds off the bench... added an assist and a steal... CSUN... played nine minutes with two points and rebound...BING... played 16 minutes with four rebounds, two points and a steal... CCSU... scored four points with four rebounds and an assist...played 15 minutes off the bench... CP... scored eight points in 11 minutes off the bench... added a rebound, assist, block and a steal... UNLV... was perfect from the field and free throw line, going 2-for-2 from both to finish with six points... added three rebounds in 19 minutes... UCLA... scored five points with a rebound in 14 minutes off the bench... DEN... played a season-high 21 minutes and fouled out in overtime... scored five points with four rebounds... VIR... played 21 minutes and fouled out... had five points with four rebounds, an assist and a block...LBS... earned start and played 26 minutes... scored 10 points with six rebounds... CSF... played six minutes with three points and a rebound... COL... had two rebounds, a steal and an assist in seven minutes... GON... played six minutes with a rebound... POR... played five minutes...USD... played 10 minutes with a point... SCU... played six minutes with an assist... UNC... did not play, out with abdominal injury... PEP... played first game in two months and started... played four minutes... SMC... played most important minutes of the season with 21 off the bench... scored eight points with four rebounds and an assist... USF... played eight minutes with an assist and rebound before suffering a cut in lower lip.
2002-03 Season Notes at LMU:
Dickens played in 27 of the Lions 31 games, earning the start in the first nine contests of the season... was a WCC All-Academic selection... affects of major ankle surgery on both ankles was evident as he played his first game in two seasons after redshirt in 2001-02... had a season-best 11 points against CS Fullerton (12-7-02)... was named team captain... in first regular season action in two years, he scored four points with two rebounds in 15 minutes against Loyola Chicago (11-22-02)... scored eight points with eight rebounds in second start of season with three assists against Sacramento State (11-25-02)... had three assists in 13 minutes against Villanova (11-28-02)... in fourth start against Montana (11-29-02) he played 28 minutes with six rebounds and four points... against UC Irvine (12-4-02) he went 3-of-4 from the field with six points and a steal in 18 minutes... against Fullerton he scored 11 points with an assist and a steal... was 3-for-3 from the field and 5-for-6 from the free throw line... against Long Beach State (12-14-02) in 18 minutes he scored nine points with three rebounds... in second game against Montana (12-21-02) he came off the bench to play 17 minutes... scored six points on 3-for-5 shooting... against Siena (12-29-02) he played 14 minutes with four points and three rebounds... to open WCC play against Gonzaga (1-9-03) he had eight points and team-high five rebounds... against Portland (1-11-03) he scored six points with three rebounds... while going 4-of-4 from free throw line... in win over Santa Clara (1-18-03) he had four rebounds and a steal in 11 minutes off the bench... in first round of WCC Tournament against Portland (3-7-03) he finished with six points and three offensive rebounds... against USF (3-8-03) he played seven minutes with two points, three rebounds and one assist.
2001-02 Season Notes at LMU:
Served his redshirt season after transferring from Davidson College.
2000-01 Season Notes at Davidson:
Continued to show signs of consistent growth, increasing his scoring average to 10.6, third on the team... also increased his rebound average to 4.7... he led the team from the field, hitting 50 percent of his shots (87-for-174)... his hot start to the season, including a season and career high 31 points against Drexel (12-29-00), was hampered by an ankle injury that forced him to sit out eight of Davidson├,'s final nine games... he began the season with a 25-point outing against South Florida (11-17-00)... he would score 11 against Jackson State (11-19-00), and Elon (12-2-00), 15 against Carnegie Mellon (11-30-00) and 17 against UNC Charlotte (12-9-00) prior to his 31-point outburst... he would score in double-digits five more times on the season, including 18 against West Carolina and 16 against Appalachian State... he scored 10 or more points 12 times on the season... he would set 12 career highs in 2000-01.
1999-00 Season Notes at Davidson:
Dickens was used mainly as a replacement for experienced senior starters... he finished the season averaging 6.3 points and 3.1 rebounds... he gained valuable experience at the college level and playing time increased as the season progressed in his freshman campaign... at the end of the season he became a starting power forward... the first time he scored double-digits he nearly earned a double-double, getting 10 points and nine rebounds in 29 minutes against top-ranked Stanford (12-30-99)... he scored in every game he played, reaching double figures four times... set a season-high with 19 points to lead Davidson to a 62-60 win at East Tennessee State (1-25-00)... he did it again against East Tennessee State with 12 points, going 6-of-7 from the field.
As an Arizona Republic first team all-state selection, Dickens averaged 25 points and 14 rebounds for Salpointe Catholic High School... he led his team to a 24-5 record and the state championship game... in the championship he scored 45 points to tie a record set by Mike Bibby of the NBA├,'s Sacramento Kings... he was the southern Arizona player of the year both as a junior and a senior... his junior season saw him average 24 points and 12 rebounds, and his sophomore year he averaged 14 and seven.
Born on January 30, 1981 in Greensboro, N.C... is the son of Marc Bartenfield and Mary Dickens... an avid Larry Bird fan... a Business Administration major.