Brad Midgley
Brad  Midgley


Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Height / Weight:
6-5 / 210



Brad Midgley Career Recap

Career Highlights
Played in 115 of a possible 117 games as a valuable utility man for the Dukes ... played three different positions during his career: power forward, small forward and shooting guard ... finished ranked No. 2 on DU's all-time games played list ... averaged 19.9 minutes per game for his career ... scored in double digits 17 times (7 as a Sr., 4 as a Jr., 5 as a Soph. and 1 as a Fr.) ... the Dukes went 7-10 when Midgley scored 10 or more ... started a total of 17 times ... scored a career-high 14 points three times (at St. Bonaventure as a junior, vs. #23 (AP) Saint Joseph's as a sophomore and vs. Northeastern as a freshman) ... improved his free throw shooting, rebounding, assists, blocks and steals in each of his four seasons at DU ... shot 36.1 percent from the 3-point arc as a senior.

As a Senior (2002-03)
Played in 29 of 30 games (missed the game at Florida International with the flu) ... finished fifth on the team in assists (44) and tied for fourth in steals (25) in just under 22 minutes per game ... started five times and scored in double digits seven times with a high of 13 off the bench both at #5 (AP) Pittsburgh and vs. Cleveland State ... added 11 points vs. Dayton at home and followed that with an Atlantic 10 high 12 both vs. La Salle and at Fordham ... also blocked a career high four shots vs. the Explorers ... hit three free throws in the final 13 seconds and added a career high nine rebounds in DU's 78-73 win over George Washington.

As a Junior (2001-02)
Played in 27 of 28 games with two starts (vs. Dayton and at La Salle) ... saw his team-high streak of 85 consecutive games played (every game in his DU career) snapped in the regular-season finale vs. Richmond when he was suspended for a curfew violation ... scored in double digits four times with 10 points each in wins vs. West Virginia, Liberty & George Washington and 14 in an overtime loss at St. Bonaventure ... tied his career high with 14 points and added eight boards in 30 minutes vs. the Bonnies ... had five or more rebounds in a game seven times ... averaged 22.2 minutes per game off the bench ... shot 46.1 percent (24-of-52) from the field and averaged 6.4 ppg. over his last 12 games.

As a Sophomore (2000-01)
Was one of three players to see action in all 30 games ... started seven times ... reached double digits in three of DU's last five games, including a career high-tying 14 points vs. #23 (AP) Saint Joseph's ... shot 47.6 percent (10-of-21) from the field and 77.8 percent (14-of-18) from the free throw line in his last five games ... was much more aggressive on the offensive end late in the season ... averaged 1.3 free throws per game in his first 25 outings, before getting to the line 3.6 times per game in his last five outings ... averaged 19.3 minutes per game.

As A Freshman (1999-00)
Was a major contributor for the Dukes as one of four players who saw action in all 29 games (with a starts vs. Hampton, Fordham and Virginia Tech) ... saw action at both forward spots as well as at shooting guard ... responded well despite having to match up against much taller players ... came off the bench to score 14 points (5-of-8) in 20 minutes vs. Northeastern ... also came off the bench to score seven points in 13 minutes at home vs. Xavier ... scored eight points in a game twice (vs. Rice and George Washington) ... averaged 16.6 minutes per game ... shot 48.1 percent from the field in Atlantic 10 play ... scored 29 points in 26 minutes in DU's exhibition game win over the Pittsburgh JOTS.

High School
Canevin High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. (head coach Mark Walsh) ... averaged 20.1 points per game as a senior to finish as the second-leading scorer in Canevin history with 1,250 career points ... was forced to play the majority of his minutes at forward and responded with 13.0 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high 39 points vs. Connellsville ... added 20 points and 20 rebounds versus Moon ... posted 33 points, 15 rebounds and 12 blocked shots vs. Pittsburgh Shaler ... was a three-year starter and four-year letterman ... earned a spot on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette West Fabulous 5 team ... averaged 19.8 points, 9.0 rebounds and 6.0 blocks per game in leading Canevin to a 16-9 record as a junior ... played at the point as a sophomore and split time at both shooting guard and small forward as a junior.

Born and raised in Pittsburgh ... considered St. Louis, Miami, Ohio and Old Dominion in addition to Duquesne ... signed with the Dukes in November of 1998 ... sports marketing major ... full name is Bradley Anthony Midgley ... date of birth: 1/12/81.


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