|High School:||Walter Johnson|
Closed out his three-year Emory career by playing in 73 games, five as a starter ... Scored in double figures four times.
Saw action in 24 of the team's 27 games ... Drew five starting assignments ... Averaged 8.7 minutes and 2.8 points per outing ... Scored in 14 contests ... Posted double-figure scoring on two occasions ... Gave the Eagles a boost off the bench, leading all Emory reserves in scoring with a career-high 12 points, eight of which came over a 32-second span in the first half, in an 83-69 verdict over Oglethorpe (Dec. 5) ... Tied that career high the following game vs. Piedmont (Dec. 8), leading the reserves in scoring again and finishing that contest hitting a career-best five-of-six from the floor over 14 minutes of play ... Started the first four games of the campaign ... Hit three-of-six from the field, including one trey, and registered eight points in a season-opening victory vs. Huntingdon (Nov. 16) ... Shot 73.3 percent from the floor (11-of-15) over a four-game stretch (Dec. 1 - Dec. 30) ... Grabbed a rebound in each of Emory's two NCAA games.
Key reserve who came off the bench in all 25 games ... Averaged 11.0 minutes and 3.0 points per outing ... Scored in 21 and had assists in 16 games ... Solid effort in the team's 83-68 win over Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 20), putting up a career-high tying 10 points along with a career-high tying three steals that led the team ... Season-long 22 minutes at home vs. NYU (Feb. 10) saw him produce an Emory reserve-high eight points, all coming in the second half, that included a pair of three-point field goals ... Dished out a season-best four assists and contributed a team-high three steals in 16 minutes vs. LaGrange (Nov. 26) ... Logged 18 minutes of court time and paced the Emory bench in scoring with six points.
Provided backcourt depth in his first season with the Eagles following his transfer from Washington University ... Saw action as a reserve in 24 games and averaged 5.6 minutes and 1.5 points per playing stint ... Posted a season-high 10 points, hitting four-of-eight from the field, and also contributed two assists and two steals, in a 95-71 win vs. Huntingdon College (Jan. 2) ... Logged a season-long 25 minutes against Piedmont College (Jan. 3) and registered seven points while tying Austin Claunch for the team lead with a season-high seven assists in a 104-64 win ... Ten minutes vs. Brandeis (Feb. 4) and hit his lone field goal attempt.
Prior To Emory:
Played the 2009-10 season for Washington University ... Appeared in four contests.
Three-year letterwinner at Walter Johnson High School … Was coached by Bill Morris ... Team captain as a junior and senior … Averaged 17 points and 7.0 assists his final campaign … Scored 970 career points … Participated in Montgomery County All-Star Game and had 10 assists … Washington Post All-League and Montgomery County All-Star … Second-team all-Gazette … Scholar-Athlete Award.
Born August 31, 1990 ... Son of Mitch and Rhonda Oh.
Emory Career Stats
|2012-13||24 - 5||24 - 54||.444||7 - 20||.350||11-20||66||2.8||28||1.2|
|2011-12||25 - 0||19 - 54||.352||5 - 17||.294||31-49||74||3.0||33||1.3|
|2010-11||24 - 0||11 - 26||.423||1 - 7||.143||14-19||37||1.5||14||0.6|
|TOTAL||73 - 5||54 -134||.403||13 - 44||.295||56-88||177||2.4||75||1.0|
|Points||12||Piedmont, Dec. 8, 2012|
|12||Oglethorpe, Dec. 5, 2012|
|Rebounds||4||on three occasions|
|FGs||5||Piedmont College, Dec. 8, 2012|
|FGAs||8||New York University, Feb. 10, 2012|
|8||Huntingdon College, Jan. 2, 2011|
|3pt. FGs||2||on three occasions|
|Steals||3||Carnegie Mellon, Jan. 20, 2012|
|3||vs. LaGrange, Nov. 26, 2011 (at Maryville)|
|Assists||7||Piedmont College, Jan. 3, 2011|