|Height / Weight:|
7-0 / 260
2007-08 SENIOR SEASON: Entered his final season being the only returning letter-winner from the 2006-07 season...Began the season with a 17-point, 17-rebound game vs. Oregon State (11/15) in the opening round of the Top of the World Classic... Also had 17 points, 10 rebounds vs. Portland State (11/18) in the championship game in the tournament to which he later went onto be tournament MVP...Notched double figures in points 12 times...Posted a career-high 25 points vs. North Dakota State (12/15) on 9-of-10 shooting...Missed nine straight games in the middle of the season due to a foot injury... Shot 57.7 percent on the season, just shy of the single-season all-time top 10 record... Had 13 points and five rebounds when he returned from injury against UNLV (2/9)... Followed with a 24-point performance vs. BYU (2/13), including shooting 10-for-10 from the free-throw line, a career-best... Finished his collegiate career in third in career field percentage, 60.2 percent (97-168); he also finished in fifth-place on the career blocks list with 153.
2006-07 JUNIOR SEASON: Played and started against
CSU-Pueblo (11/10) scoring four points and
grabbing five rebounds... Was second on the
team with 16 points in double-overtime loss
to Baylor (11/14)... Grabbed eight rebounds
to go with five points vs. Rice (11/15)... Had
eight points and six rebounds in win over MSU
Northern (11/18)... Had eight points and tied
for team honors with seven rebounds in CSU's
win over Boise State (11/20)... Had six points,
six rebounds and two blocks against Denver
(11/29)... Notched 12 points, five rebounds
and three blocks in CSU's win over Kansas
State (12/2)... Was second on the team with
17 points against Northern Colorado (12/6)...
Against Colorado (12/9) had nine points and
six rebounds... Hit for a career-best 22 points
on 8-of-11 shooting against North Dakota
State (12/18)... Led CSU by recording his third
career double-double vs. Alabama State (12/29)
with 22 points and 10 rebounds... Named the
Dr. Pepper Classic Most Valuable Player after
recording 12 points and six rebounds vs. Chattanooga
(12/30)... Scored 12 points and grabbed
eight rebounds while blocking a game-high
three shots vs. Air Force (1/3)... Scored eight
points and tied career highs with four assists
and five blocks at New Mexico (1/6)... Scored
nine points and collected four rebounds against
Utah (1/9)... Against TCU (1/17) notched a
double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds
to go with a career-most six blocks... Notched
eight points, eight rebounds and five blocked
shots against BYU (1/20)... Had 10 points and four blocks in loss to UNLV (1/30)... Had eight points and
four rebounds against UNM (2/3)... Played 33 minutes
scoring six points on 2-of-3 shooting from the field at
Utah (2/7)... Scored 11 points on 5-of-5 shooting vs. TCU (2/13)... Scored 17 points on 8-of-10 shooting to go with four assists at BYU (2/21)... Grabbed seven rebounds and scored four points in win over Wyoming (2/24)... Scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds at UNLV (3/3)... Led the team with 19 points on 7-of-9 shooting and had seven rebounds against San Diego State (3/8)... Notched 14 points and six rebounds against UNLV (3/9).
2005-06 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Played in 27 games and started one during his sophomore season... Missed the fi rst three games of the season and the Rams' MWC quarterfi nal game versus San Diego
State due to injury... Averaged 7.9 points on 61.5 percent shooting (72-of-117) with 3.8 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.4 blocked shots in 22.1 minutes per game... Scored in 26
games, including nine double-digit efforts... Ranked among team leaders in two statistical categories including second in fi eld goal percentage (.615) and third in blocks (38)...
Ranked among Mountain West Conference leaders in two categories including fourth in blocks (1.41 pg) and 11th in free throw percentage (.723)... Led CSU in scoring twice,
in rebounding three times, in assists once, in steals once and in blocked shots seven times... Hit for a career-best 18 points against Auburn (1/28) and grabbed a career-high 11
rebounds versus Arkansas Tech (12/30)... Recorded his second career double-double versus Arkansas Tech (12/30) with 16 points and 11 rebounds... Blocked a career-most
fi ve shots at Wyoming (2/25).
2004-05 FRESHMAN SEASON:
Played in 26 games and started in 14... Averaged 4.2 points on 48.8 percent shooting (41-of-84) with 3.1 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 0.8 blocked shots in 17.8 minutes per game...
Scored in 20 games while hitting for double-digits three times... had his fi rst career double-double at Auburn (11/30) with 17 points and 10 rebounds... At Auburn, went 7-for-7
from the fl oor with two blocked shots and two assists... Finished second in the MWC in freshman rebounding (behind teammate Jason Smith) and fourth in freshman scoring...
Was 13th in the MWC in blocks... Ranks seventh in the CSU freshman record books with 20 blocks in his rookie season.
Redshirted in his first year at Colorado State.
Stuart was a two-time all-region selection while earning three varsity letters in basketball for Coppell High School... He averaged 12.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 3.8 blocked shots
per game as a senior... Holds the school record for career blocks and was named district defensive player of the year twice... In his fi nal two years of play at CHS, he led the
Cowboys to a 61-13 record including a 47-1 mark in district play.
Born Feb. 22, 1985 in Plano, Texas... Son of Warren and Susan Creason... Has one brother, Andy, and one sister, Megan... Majoring in computer information systems... Full
name: Stuart Bryan Creason.