32   Marques Johnson
Marques Johnson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hazlet, N.J.

High School:
Raritan

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170

Position:
G


2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS (Junior): Played in 30 games, including six starts ... Had his best season yet for the Terriers ... Racked up a career-high 665 minutes played ... Was second on the team with 83 assists ... Ranked 11th in the conference for his assist total - almost doubled his number of career assists ... Scored a career-high 100 points on the season ... Dished out a personal-best seven assists on the season three times ... Had a career-high 23 steals ... Had the second-best assist/turnover ratio in the America East with a 2.13 ratio ... Had a career-high four steals against Maine (1/30) ... America East tournament ... Chipped in three points and an assist in the quarterfinal match up with Albany ... Pulled down a personal-best five rebounds in the semifinal loss to Hartford.

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS (Sophomore): Played in 27 games, averaging 12.9 minutes per game ... Scored 1.8 points and 1.1 rebounds per game ... Averaged 1.3 assists per game ... Totaled a career-high four assists at Maine (1/31) ... Set and tied his career high in blocks (1) three times ... Set and tied his career high in steals (2) three times ... Grabbed a season-high three rebounds twice ... Tallied first career block versus UMBC (1/21) ... America East tournament ... Had two points and one assist in 11 minutes against Binghamton (3/3) ... Pulled down one rebound in seven minutes in semifinal loss to Albany (3/4).

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS (Freshman): Saw considerable action in the second half of the season ... Played in just 11 of the first 18 games but saw action in each of the final 10 ... Averaged 1.0 ppg and 0.6 rpg overall and 1.5 ppg and 0.8 rpg in conference play ... Career-high nine points at Binghamton (2/14) ... Hit four-for-nine from the field, while recording career-highs in rebounds (5), assists (3), steals (2) and minutes (33) ... Had no steals in his first 16 games, but tallied five in his final five outings ... First career points came against New Hampshire (12/8) ... Connected on first 3-pointer against Hartford (1/25) ... Seven of 10 assists on the season came in the final six games ... America East tournament ... Scored one point and handed out an assist in 21 minutes of first-round loss to Vermont (3/4) ... With BU trailing by two with nine seconds remaining, made one of two free throws, which almost brought Terriers all the way back from a nine-point deficit with less than four minutes left in the game.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY (Raritan HS): Asbury Park Press Co-Player of the Year along with teammate Qa'rraan Calhoun ... Also named an Asbury Park Press First Team All-Star as a senior ... Team won Group III championship in 2004 ... Averaged 13.5 ppg while leading the team with 6.3 assists and 5.2 steals per game as a senior ... Raised his game in the state playoffs, turning in a 25-point effort in a win over Mendham, scoring 22 points in a victory over Scotch Plains, and putting up 22 points in a win over Manasquan in the Group III final ... Had 16 points and 5 assists to help Raritan beat Neptune to win the Shore Conference Championship.

PERSONAL: Born on September 3, 1986 ... Son of Brock and Deborah Johnson ... Enrolled in Metropolitan College.

STATISTICS
YearGP/GSMINAVG.Total
FG-FGA
FG. PCT.3-Pt.
FG-FGA
3-Pt.
PCT.
Total
FT-FTA
FT-FTA PCT.
07-0830-6665 22.2 40-100 .400 5-34 .147 15-24 .625
06-07 27-0347 12.9 20-53 .377 3-22 .136 5-7 .714
05-06 21-0182 8.7 8-26 .308 2-9 .222 3-4 .750
Tot.78-6119415.368-179.38010-65.15423-35.657

YearReb.
O-D
TOTAVG.PF-FOASTTOBLKSTLPTSAVG.
07-08 15-46 61 2.0 46-0 83 39 0 23 100 3.3
06-07 4-26 30 1.1 21-0 34 22 3 14 48 1.8
05-06 3-9 12 0.6 9-0 10 9 0 5 21 1.0
Tot.22-811031.376-0127703421692.2

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