|Birth Date:||Apr. 25, 1986|
|High School:||Berkeley Preparatory|
|Parents:||Fred & Maria|
Concluded his career playing in 98 games, 96 as a starter ... Ended his four years at Emory ranked prominently in a number of Emory career categories including scoring (2nd, 1630 pts.) and scoring average (3rd, 16.6 ppg) ... Holds the all-time school marks with 495 free throws and 201 steals ... Converted 82.5 percent of his free throw opportunities (495-of-600), sixth on the Eagles' all-time chart ... Recorded 83 contests of double-figure scoring, 29 outings of 20 or more points and four performances of 30 or more points ... Grabbed a total of 560 rebounds, fourth on the school's all-time chart ... Finished with eight career double-doubles.
Led Emory in scoring for the second straight season with an 18.1 per-game average, good for the No. 2 spoit on the UAA list ... Landed a first-team berth on the All-UAA Team ... Landed a second-team nod to the NABC All-South District Team, the first Emory player (Tim Garrett) to be recognized by that organization since 1990 ... Scored in double figures in 22 games and chalked up nine efforts of 20 or more points ... Led or shared for the team's scoring lead on 16 occasions including a season-high 32 points vs. Oglethorpe (Dec. 15) that ranked as the squads highest individual point total of the year ... Also doled out a career-best nine assists in that game against the Stormy Petrels ... Established school seasonal records in both free throws (146) and free throw attempts (183) ... Turned in five contests of 10 or more makes from the charity stripe ... His 453 points placed him fifth on Emory's seaseasonal list while his scoring average was good for seventh position ... UAA No. 2 scorer in league games (18.0 ppg) ... Second on the squad and eighth among UAA cagers in rebounding (6.2 rpg) ... Led or shared for team's high in rebounding in seven games ... Tied his career high with 14 rebounds vs. Guilford College (Jan. 2) ... Five games of double-figure rebounding ... Scored 15 of his team-high 21 points in the second half in a 92-84 win at Huntingdon College (Dec. 1) ... Totaled all 18 of his points in the second half and tied for the team's scoring lead in a 100-89 win over Maryville College (Dec. 8) ... Hit seven-of-10 from the floor en route to a team-best 19 points vs. Brandeis (Feb. 8) ... Led the team and held down the No. 2 spot in the UAA in steals (2.04 spg) ... 16 games of two or more thefts ... Led the team in scoring in each of the last four games of the year, averaging 21.6 points in that stretch ... Sixth on the UAA chart with a 79.8 percent mark from the three-point percentage ... Named UAA Player of the Week (Dec. 17) and was a member of D3hoops.com Team of the Week (Dec. 10-16) ... Scored a team-high 22 points in sparking Emory's 81-76 overtime win over No. 1-ranked Rochester (Jan. 25).
Ferderigos once again stood out and claimed Second Team All-UAA honors ... Battled a shoulder injury for most of the year but still produced a team-high 17.6 points per game average, good for the No. 2 position among UAA players ... The team's leading scorer in 10 games, he scored in double figures in 20 of his 23 appearances and registered nine games of 20 or more points ... 35-point explosion against Case Western in the final game of the year represented the high-water mark by any UAA player in '06-07 and tied for the fifth most in Emory single-game history ... Sank 85.3 percent of his free throw attempts (128-of-150), good for second place among UAA players and 41st nationally ... Knocked down a team-high 128 free throws, good for the No. 2 spot among UAA players and second on the Eagles' seasonal chart ... Posted five games of 10 or more free throws and his 85.3 percentage from the charity stripe was the seventh-best effort in school history His 404 points placed him 14th on the school's seasonal list ... While his scoring exploits were well documented, hecontinued to cement himself as one of the UAA's most effective all-around players ranking in a number of statistical categories including rebounding (10th, 5.9 rpg), assists (5th, 4.52 apg), steals (1st, 2.17 spg) and minutes played (5th, 32.0 mpg) ... Led or shared for the team's lead in assists in 19 contests ... 104 total assists ranked ninth on the school's seasonal chart ... Eight-assists performances vs. the University of the South (Dec. 6) and at Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 26) tied his career high ... At Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 26), he became the ninth player in school history to record 1,000 points in a career while also managing to pull down a career-best 14 rebounds ... Went eight-of-10 from the floor and 10-of-12 from the foul line en route to 28 points in a 96-93 overtime win against LaGrange (Nov. 25) .... Chalked up a game-high 25 points, dished out five assists and contributed a season-high five steals in a 76-67 win at Case Western (Jan. 6) ... Poured in a game-high 27 points, 19 coming in the second half, and doled out five assists in a 69-66 setback to No. 20-ranked NYU (Feb. 18) ... Named UAA Player of the Week (Feb. 27) after totaling 62 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in games vs. NYU and Case Western.
Made good on the promise of his freshman campaign with one of the best seasons by a sophomore in school history ... Led the Eagles in points (475), rebounds per game (6.0), assists per game (3.0), steals per game (2.4), free throw percentage (81.1%), free throws made (133), and three-pointers made (52) ... 475 points are the second-most ever scored in a single season by an Emory sophomore ... His 45 points against rival Washington (MO) on Feb. 12, 2006 shattered the school record for points in a single game, and left him two away from matching the UAA conference record ... Ferderigos was 14 for 24 from the field and added nine rebounds in the Washington game ... He made a school-record 15 free throws while scoring 27 points and dishing out a career-high eight assists in a 112-94 victory over Sewanee (TN) on Nov. 29, 2005 ... Reorded one double-double during the cmapign with 26 points and 10 rebounds in a 93-85 win over Webster on December 30, 2005.
In his first season as an Eagle, starting guard Spiros Ferderigos received honorable mention kudos for the all-conference team ... Finished the regular season ranked 31st in NCAA Division III free throw percentage ... In conference games, he was first in free throw percentage and three-point field goal percentage, fourth in steals, 12th in three-point field goals made and field goal percentage and 13th in scoring ... Voted the team's rookie of the year ... Paced all rookies in scoring, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals, games played, three-point field goal percentage, and free throw percentage ... Led the team in steals and free throw percentage ... Third in assists and fourth in scoring and rebounds ... Tied for third-most points by a freshman in a single season ... Tallied a season-high 23 points, at Brandeis (Feb. 18) ... Ranked sixth for free throw percentage in a single season by an Emory player.
|Points||45||at Washington University (MO), Feb. 12, 2006|
|35||Case Western Reserve University, Feb. 24, 2007|
|32||Oglethorpe, Dec. 15, 2007|
|Rebounds||14||at Carnegie Mellon University, Jan. 26, 2007|
|14||Guilford, Jan. 5, 2008|
|Steals||5||at Case Western Reserve University, Jan. 6, 2007|
|5||New York University, Feb. 5, 2005|
|Blocks||3||on three occasions|
|Assists||9||Oglethorpe University, Dec. 15, 2007|
|Feb. 17, 2008||Washington Univ.||17||12|
|Feb. 15, 2008||Chicago||22||10|
|Jan. 12, 2008||Case Western||19||13|
|Jan. 5, 2008||Guilford||17||14|
|Dec. 15, 2007||Oglethorpe||32||12|
|Jan. 26, 2007||Carnegie Mellon||14||14|
|Dec. 30, 2005||Webster||26||10|
|Nov. 28, 2004||Lynchburg||13||11|