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Senior Keith Kincade completes his third year at LMU and his final year of collegiate basketball... senior season was the best of his career as he finishes the season with career-highs in points (339), rebounds (113), assists (54), steals (22) and three-pointers made (31)... has finished the regular season with five games with 20 or more points, going back-to-back games with 20 or more twice this season... he sits second on the team in scoring with 12.6 per game (16th in the WCC) and third in rebounds with 4.2... the Norwalk, Calif., native is also eighth in the WCC in free throw shooting at 79.1 percent, 13th in three-point field goal percentage (35.2) and 18th in three-pointers made (1.15)... one of four players to appear in every game this season.
2003-04 Season Notes at LMU:
UCR... earned the start and played 20 minutes with eight points... also had an assist and a rebound... CSUN... led team with 21 points in start... played 24 minutes with three assists, two steals and three rebounds... went 12-for-13 at the free throw line, including 9-of-10 in the final two minutes... BING... first time in career to post back-to-back 20-point games with game-high 22... played 29 minutes with four boards... hit 3-of-5 from long distance, all in the first half... CCSU... scored two points on 1-of-4 shooting in 28 minutes... was named to the all-tournament team... CP... played 31 minutes in start, scoring 15 points with career-high five assists... added three rebounds and equalled career-high with two steals.... UNLV... scored 8 points with four rebounds in 25 minutes... UCLA... finished with two points in 21 minutes... DEN... played 31 minutes in start and grabbed career-high 11 rebonds... added seven points... VIR... was 4-of-10 from field, with 3-of-6 from 3-point line... had 13 points with team-high 8 rebounds... had five assists... LBS... scored three points with a steal, block and assist... CSF... played 31 minutes, scoring 12 points with team-high seven rebounds... added two assists and a steal... COL... led team with 18 points in 30 min... added five rebounds with four assists and a steal... GON... in start had 17 points (three 3-ptrs.) and led team with seven rebounds in 36 minutes (career high)... POR... scored 13 points in 26 minutes... added five rebounds... USD... third 20-point game with 23, hitting 4-of-5 from three-point range... added team-high seven rebounds and career-best three steals... SCU... played 38 minutes with 15 points, two rebounds and three assists... UNC... played another 38 minutes with 17 points, 8 rebounds, and five assists... PEP... led Lions with 16 points, five rebounds and two steals in 35 minutes... USF... played 26 minutes and missed last part of second half with ankle sprain... scored 10 points with five rebounds... SMC... missed first start of year due to injury... came off bench with eight points and a steal... POR... led team with 13 points with six rebounds and equalled career-best with five assists in 28 minutes off the bench... GON... played seven minutes with a rebound... SCU... returned to starting line-up with eight points and two assists in 21 minutes...USD... continue solid play against USD with 23 points on 11-of-20 shooting... added three assists and three steals in 36 minutes... PEP... in 31 minutes led all scorers with 21 points and nine rebounds... added four assists... SMC... led all scorers with 19 in 31 minutes... added four rebounds, going 2-for-2 at 3-pt. line... USF... played 32 minutes with five points, two rebounds and two assists.
2002-03 Season Notes at LMU:
Kincade finished fourth on the team with 9.2 points per game, scoring in double digits 15 times and leading the team in scoring in six games... had first career double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds against South Carolina State (12-30-02)... finished second on the team with 76 free throws, hitting on 78 percent, ranked in the top-10 in the WCC... also had a career-high with three blocks against Sacramento State (11-25-02), scoring 14 points in 26 minutes... against Montana (11-29-02) in Alaska he scored eight points in 21 minutes and followed it with his best game of the season against Wyoming (11-30-02), earning team highs in scoring (14) and rebounds (7), going seven-for-12 from the field... scored in double digits for second straight game with 11 against UC Irvine (12-4-02), hitting 4-of-7 from the field in 24 minutes... in win over Fullerton (12-7-02) he finished with 10 points and a team-high seven rebounds... against Siena he scored 12 points in 29 minutes, going 6-of-8 from the free throw line... at San Diego State (1-3-03) he continued his solid play with a season-high 22 points on 8-for-12 from the field... was perfect from three-point line (1-1) and free throw line (5-5)... at home against San Diego (1-17-03) he scored 10 points with two rebounds and two assists in 24 minutes... in win over Santa Clara (1-18-03), he scored a team-high 19 points while going 5-of-9 from the field and 8-of-9 from the charity stripe... at home against Pepperdine (1-25-03) he scored nine points, all in the first half with four rebounds and three assists... at Saint Mary?s (1-31-03) he played a career-high 33 minutes, scoring 12 points, all in the first half with one steal... at USF (2-1-03) he scored 16 points going 6-of-6 from free throw line and 5-of-8 from the field... in win over Portland (2-6-03) he scored 12 points with six rebounds, going 6-of-7 from the line... against Santa Clara (2-13-03) he had 12 points and six rebounds with two assists and a block... at home against USF (2-28-03) he finished with eight points and two assists... in quarterfinals at WCC tournament against USF (3-8-03) he earned 29th start, second most on the team and finished with team-high 14 points.
2001-2002 Season Notes at LMU:
After playing his first season since transferring from West Virginia, Kincade was just starting to become a dominate offensive force when he went down for the season with a sprained ankle in the Lions? first meeting against Pepperdine (1-30-02)... he finished the season averaging 10 points per game and 3.9 rebounds... he played in 21 games on the year... after averaging nine minutes a game in the Lions? first two games of the season at the Guardian Classic, he had his best game of career off the bench for 18 points, six rebounds, and two assists against Idaho State (11-17-01) in the Lions? home-opener... two games later against UC Irvine (11-28-01) he earned his first start and played 21 minutes... he finished with 13 points and a career-high seven rebounds... against Texas A&M (12-2-02) he scored 15 points (on 4-of-5 shooting) and had two steals in the start... earned fourth start and scored 16 points on 5-for-11 shooting from the field and 6-for-7 from free throw line against Sacramento State (12-8-01)... in the win he added seven rebounds... against UNLV (12-15-01) he started his fifth game, playing 21 minutes with 10 points and five rebounds... in Long Beach (12-18-01) he had seven points in 21 minutes with an assist and a steal... against the Trojans of USC (12-22-01) he played 21 minutes with nine points and six rebounds... against Montana (12-30-01) started eighth game with 21 minutes and scored 12 points with three rebounds... at home against Occidental (1-2-02) he played 20 minutes with 14 points... he added two rebounds and two steals... he had the best game of his career in his 10th start coming against Portland State (1-5-02)... he played 29 minutes and scored career-high 27 points... he added a career-high eight boards, including five offensive while hitting 9-of-10 from the free throw line and 8-for-14 from the field... in the start of WCC play against USF (1-11-02) he played 25 minutes, scoring six points with five rebounds... added two assists... at Saint Mary?s (1-12-02) he played 17 minutes in 12th start... scored 14 points and had six rebounds... at home against Portland (1-18-02) he played 17 minutes and had eight points with three rebounds... he started 15th game against San Diego (1-24-02)... had nine points with three rebounds... at Santa Clara (1-26-02) he played 22 minutes in 16th start of season, scoring 12 points... in final game against Pepperdine (1-30-02) he played 21 minutes before leaving with the ankle injury.
2000-2001 Season Notes at LMU:
Redshirt season due to NCAA transfer rules.
1999-2000 at West Virginia:
Saw instant playing time with the Mountaineers in 1999-2000... started the first game of the year and played 21 minutes in a 72-54 win over Wofford... he scored 10 points in his second start, playing 25 minutes and going 5-8 from the field in a 66-63 win over Robert Morris... his third consecutive start was a 94-80 loss to Duquesne, where he scored eight points in 28 minutes and finished with four rebounds... following a 21 minute, nine-point outing in a 93-84 win over McNeese State, Kincade scored a career high 11 points in 19 minutes off the bench in a 94-54 loss to 15th-ranked Tennessee... finished averaging 3.2 points per game.
Graduated from Dominguez High School in May of 1999 after accepting a scholarship to West Virginia... he finished with a 3.2 GPA at Dominquez... led the state champions to a 32-3 mark his senior season, and finished his all-conference year averaging 14.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game... all-state performer... led team to California Division II State Championship... scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in state championship... named the California State Division II player of the year... an honorable mention All-USA pick by USA Today... named to the Best in the West all-tournament team and nominated for McDonald's All-American team.
Born Dec. 6, 1980 in Norwalk, CA... he is the son of James and Gemma Kincade... has a sister, Tiffany... winning the state championship in three of his four years at Dominguez was his most memorable moment in high school... played with Sherman Gay in high school... plans to study African American Studies at LMU... Full Name: Keith J. Kincade.
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