Vince Oliver
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Inglewood, Calif.

High School:
Loyola HS '04

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200

Position:
G

Major:
Human Development

2007-08: Played in and started all 31 games... One of just three Aggies to start every game... Averaged 12.2 points and 3.0 rebounds per game... Led team in scoring for second consecutive season... Reached 1,000 career points in win over Sacramento State (3/1)... Reached double figures in points in 22 games, upping his caree total to 52 in 86 games played... Scored season-high and team individual high 29 points against Cal State Fullerton (1/19)... Performance came during a seven-game stretch where he averaged 15.0 points and made a total of 15 three-pointers... Had four games during the span with three treys each... Next-highest point total after the CSF game was 19 on four separate occasions... Continued to be one of the team's top free-throw shooters, finishing 70-for-94 (.745)... Dished out a career-high 63 assists on the year... Finished second on the team in minutes played (33.3/g) and played at least 30 minutes in 27 games... Hauled in a season-high 7 rebounds against Cal Poly (2/20)... Became 15th Aggie to score 1,000 career points... Finished the year with a .436 field goal percentage, his best since joining the Aggies.

2006-07: Played in all 28 games, starting 24... Led Aggies in most categories, including scoring (356), minutes (859), field goals made (121), field goals attempted (304), three-pointers made (tied-34) and three-pointers attempted (112)... Shot .889 from the line (80-for-90), including .917 (44-for-48) against Big West Conference teams... Also finished 2nd on team in scoring average (12.7) and assists (62)... Led team in scoring in 10 games... Hit double-figured points 16 times, including seven games of 20-plus... Scored season-high 30 points in 43 minutes in home OT win vs. Cal State Northridge (1/18)... Followed that with 6-for-11 three-pointers for 22 points and 8 rebounds vs. Pacific two nights later (1/20)... Selected as Div. I Independent Player of the Week for that performance... Hit 5 of 6 from beyond the arc for 28 points at Northridge (2/14)... Drained buzzer-beater to beat Brown (1/2)... Tallied 26 points with season-high 9 assists in CBE Classic game vs. Columbia (1/13)... Hit 19 straight free throws from 1/2 through 1/18, then finished year by making 17 in a row (2/6-3/3).

2005-06: Started 27 games, only missing finale at UC Riverside (3/4)... Averaged 35.3 minutes per game (953 total), scoring 296 points (11.0 ppg) with 51 assists... Shot 105-for-259 from the field, 29-for-98 (.296) from three-point range, 57-for-76 (.750) from the line... Scored in double figures 14 times, starting with season-best 27 at Dartmouth (11/25)... Shot 10-16 FGs plus 6 rebounds vs. Big Green... Tallied 22 points vs. Sacramento State just five days later (11/30)... Poured in 4 three-pointers in each 20-plus performance... Scored in double digits for five straight games from 1/26 to 2/11, including 17 at Cal Poly (2/4/06)... Played 51 minutes in triple-OT home matchup with Cal State Fullerton (1/28)... Hit 8 of 9 FTs in 64-58 upset of Stanford (12/4), including all three throws of a three-shot foul that gave UC Davis its first lead in the game with 11:56 remaining... Credited for season-best 6 assists vs. Northern Colorado (2/11).

LOYOLA HS '04: Selected as Los Angeles Times Central City Player of the Year as a senior... Also named MVP of Mission League and garnered third straight all-league and All-Southern Section award... Named to all-tournament squads at Ocean View, Redondo Union and Torrey Pines... Set school single-game record with 17 assists... Key stats: 19 ppg, 8 rpg, 6 apg as a senior; 14 ppg, 8 rpg, 8 apg as a junior; 12 ppg, 6 rpg, 8 apg as a sophomore... Team won CIF-SS Division IA titles in 2002 and 2003... Graduated as one of school's top five winningest athletes.

PERSONAL: Born in Northridge, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Vincent & Cynthia Oliver... Career highlight entering UC Davis was winning back-to-back Southern Section championships (2002, 2003)... Cousin of acclaimed jazz pianist/producer/composer Patrice Rushen... Hopes to become a collegiate head basketball coach... Accomplished as a child actor (as V.P. Oliver)... Credits include guest spots on The Practice, NYPD Blue, The Wayans Brothers and a regular role as Jimmy Harrison on the daytime drama Sunset Beach.