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  Anthony Allison

Anthony Allison

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Marianna, Ark.

High School:
Lee

Last College:
West Plains CC

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
11/30/1988

2009-10: Started 29 games, missing his only start of the season at Miami (Ohio) (2/20)...Southeast's second-leading scorer (10.1 ppg)... Posted double figures a team-high 17 times in 30 contests...One of two Redhawks who averaged double-digit points on the year...Scored a career-high 20 points against Eastern Kentucky (2/11)...Was Southeast's top three-point shooter making 36-of-77 treys for a 46.8 percent clip... Scored 10 or more points in 14 of his last 25 games...Made a season-high 7-of-8 free throws at Eastern Kentucky (1/16)...Also dished out a season-high eight assists against the Colonels...Ranked 26th in the OVC in scoring...Made a three-pointer in eight-straight games from Dec. 3-Jan. 9...Ranked second in the conference in three-point field goal percentage...Did not turn the ball over in 36 minutes against Jacksonville State (1/4)...Knocked down a season-high five three-pointers en route to a game-high 17 points against Tennessee Tech (1/2)...Drained multiple three-pointers in nine of his final 19 starts...Made a season-high seven field goals on five occasions, with the last being against Eastern Kentucky (2/11)...Knocked down a three-pointer to extend Southeast's lead when Tennessee State (12/5) pulled to within three points on two occasions...Scored 13 points as Southeast's only player in double figures at Illinois State (11/28)...Scored 10 points on 4-of-8 field goals in his first two career starts against both Saint Louis (11/14) and Arkansas State (11/18)...Finished as the Redhawks leading scorer a team-high 10 times...Averaged a team-best 30 minutes per game...Played 38 of 45 minutes in Southeast's overtime win at Northern Illinois (11/22)...Registered a season-high seven rebounds vs. Norfolk State (11/29)...Finished third on the team with 43 assists...After going scoreless in the first half, turned around to score a game-high 15 points in the second half against Southern Illinois (12/9)...Led the Redhawks with 11 points per game in 18 conference starts...That scoring average tied for 20th in league play... Logged a team-high 31.2 minutes per conference start.

2009-10: Started 29 games, missing his only start of the season at Miami (Ohio) (2/20)...Southeast's second-leading scorer (10.1 ppg)... Posted double figures a team-high 17 times in 30 contests...One of two Redhawks who averaged double-digit points on the year...Scored a career-high 20 points against Eastern Kentucky (2/11)...Was Southeast's top three-point shooter making 36-of-77 treys for a 46.8 percent clip... Scored 10 or more points in 14 of his last 25 games...Made a season-high 7-of-8 free throws at Eastern Kentucky (1/16)...Also dished out a season-high eight assists against the Colonels...Ranked 26th in the OVC in scoring...Made a three-pointer in eight-straight games from Dec. 3-Jan. 9...Ranked second in the conference in three-point field goal percentage...Did not turn the ball over in 36 minutes against Jacksonville State (1/4)...Knocked down a season-high five three-pointers en route to a game-high 17 points against Tennessee Tech (1/2)...Drained multiple three-pointers in nine of his final 19 starts...Made a season-high seven field goals on five occasions, with the last being against Eastern Kentucky (2/11)...Knocked down a three-pointer to extend Southeast's lead when Tennessee State (12/5) pulled to within three points on two occasions...Scored 13 points as Southeast's only player in double figures at Illinois State (11/28)...Scored 10 points on 4-of-8 field goals in his first two career starts against both Saint Louis (11/14) and Arkansas State (11/18)...Finished as the Redhawks leading scorer a team-high 10 times...Averaged a team-best 30 minutes per game...Played 38 of 45 minutes in Southeast's overtime win at Northern Illinois (11/22)...Registered a season-high seven rebounds vs. Norfolk State (11/29)...Finished third on the team with 43 assists...After going scoreless in the first half, turned around to score a game-high 15 points in the second half against Southern Illinois (12/9)...Led the Redhawks with 11 points per game in 18 conference starts...That scoring average tied for 20th in league play... Logged a team-high 31.2 minutes per conference start.

2008-09 (Missouri State-West Plains CC): Named to the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 16 All-Region Team...The Grizzlies advanced to the quarterfinals of the Region 16 Tournament... Played in 30 games and started 10...Ranked second on the team in scoring (12.7 ppg), assists (94), free throws made (92), field goals made (131) and steals (22)...Scored 10 or more points in 23 of his 30 games...Started the season scoring double figures in eight-straight games...Pitched in a career-high 23 points against State Fair CC (2/18/09).

2007-08 (Missouri State-West Plains CC): Averaðged 5.7 points a game in 28 contests...Led the Grizzlies with 82 assists, averaging 2.9 per game...Registered 20 steals and shot 64 percent (44-of-69) from the free throw line...Had a season-high eight assists against Crowley's Ridge College (2/4/08)...West Plains finished at 26-4 overall and ranked 18th in NJCAA Poll.

Prep: Three-time All-State and All-Conference pick at Lee High School...Also earned All-State and All-Conference honors in football...Made his school's Honor Roll two years.

Personal: Born November 30, 1988...Majoring in Mass Communication...Son of Doris Allison...Was teammates with Rae-Vonn Banks at Missouri State-West Plains...Biggest sports thrill was when he dunked over a 6-5 player and scored 40 points against the nation's top-ranked high school team in Arkansas...Enjoys playing video games, watching television and hanging out with family and friends when not playing basketball...His pre-game ritual consists of eating gummy bears and listening to rap music...Aspires to be a professional basketball scout because he loves to travel and look for new talent.

 
 

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