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Joe De Ciman
Joe  De Ciman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Regina, Sask.

High School:
LeBoldus High School

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 201

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3L

Major:
Health & Exercise Science


07/06/2016

102 CSU student-athletes earn academic recognition

School-record 150 Rams achieved Academic All-Mountain West status in 2015-16

05/12/2016

CSU student-athletes set to receive diplomas this weekend

List includes all 16 sports, 6 colleges

03/11/2016

Recap: Rams advance to Mountain West Semifinals with 88-81 victory over Boise State

Antwan Scott scored 23 points, including the go-ahead basket, and sixth-seeded Colorado State defeated No. 3 seed Boise State 88-81 in a Mountain West Conference tournament semifinal Thursday night.

02/28/2016

Recap: Colorado State falls short in overtime battle at Nevada, 87-80

Antwan Scott notched 30 points and nine rebounds in the OT loss.

01/31/2016

MBB notes: CSU with quick turnaround, on the road at MW leader San Diego State, Feb. 2

Rams to take on the league-leading and MW-undefeated Aztecs in a national broadcast on ESPN2 at 9 pm MT

03/13/2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Fresno State - 3-13-13

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Fresno State - 3-13-13

03/10/2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Nevada - March 9, 2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Nevada - March 9, 2013

03/07/2013

CSU men's basketball highlights at Wyoming - March 6, 2013

CSU men's basketball highlights at Wyoming - March 6, 2013

02/03/2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Wyoming - Feb. 2, 2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Wyoming - Feb. 2, 2013

01/31/2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Boise State - Jan. 30, 2013

CSU men's basketball highlights vs. Boise State - Jan. 30, 2013

03/16/2016

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Fresno State (credit NCAA Photos)

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Fresno State (credit NCAA Photos)

03/11/2016

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Boise State - MW Tourney (credit NCAA Photos)

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Boise State - MW Tourney (credit NCAA Photos)

03/11/2016

Colorado State vs Fresno State

Colorado State vs Fresno State

03/09/2016

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - San Jose State - MW Tourney (courtesy NCAA Photos)

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - San Jose State - MW Tourney (courtesy NCAA Photos)

03/05/2016

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Air Force 2 (credit Don Reichert)

2015-16 CSU Men's Basketball - Air Force 2 (credit Don Reichert)

Finished his career as the winningest player in CSU history with 87 wins during his four-years in Fort Collins… Also is tied for third in career games played with 123, starting in 89 of them and the last 73 straight…

2015-16 (SENIOR)
Started all 34 games his senior year, averaging 10.3 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.7 assists and a team-high 32.7 minutes per game while shooting 39.0 percent (67-of-172) from behind the three-point line, ranking fifth in the Mountain West… Also averaged 2.0 threes per game, which was seventh in the conference… Upped his averages to 11.0 points and 33.2 minutes a contest in MW regular-season action… Added 23 steals (second on the team) and 59 assists (third on the squad)… Scored in double figures in 18 games on the year, including all three in the MW Tournament… Had his top two scoring outputs of the year against Boise State, tallying a season-high 22 at Boise State (Jan. 2) on 8-of-11 field goals and then a team-best 18 points in the MW Quarterfinals against the Broncos (March 10)… Also had 18 points in a home win over Oakland (Nov. 22)… Scored 17 points in the opening round MW Tournament victory over San Jose State (March 9)… Tallied 16 points in the season-opening win at Northern Iowa (Nov. 14), an eventual NCAA Tournament team… Had seven points, a career-high five assists and nine rebounds in the Senior Day victory over Air Force (March 5)… Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in a career-best 45 minutes against UTEP (Nov. 28), his first and only double-figure rebounding game in his four years… Hit four 3-pointers on five occasions… Led CSU in scoring on six occasions, rebounding on four and assists on five… Finishes his career with a career-best 13-game streak with at least one three-pointer.

2014-15 (JUNIOR)

Earned academic all-conference honors for the third consecutive season...One of two players, along with Stanton Kidd, to start all 34 of the Rams’ games ...Played a career-most 27.7 minutes per game, averaging 7.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per contest, ranked fifth and sixth, respectively on the team...Recorded career-bests in three-pointers made (45), three-pointers attempted (118), and three-point percentage (.381)...His 45 three-pointers ranked second on the team...Posted the team’s best free-throw percentage (minimum 60 attempts), knocking down 54 of 63 attempts (.857) from the charity stripe...Third on the team with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.69, ranking fifth on the team with a career-most 56 assists...Tied for the team lead with 20 blocks on the season, establishing a new personal-best mark...Notched 13 double-digit scoring games, including a career-long streak of four straight double-digit scoring games with 11 points Georgia State (Nov. 21), 15 points vs. Mercer (Nov. 23) 10 points vs. Missouri State (Nov. 26) and 11 points vs. Pacific (Nov. 28)...Notched career-best totals for points (18), rebounds (9), and tied personal bests for steals (3) and field-goal attempts (12) in the Rams’ home win vs. San José State (Feb. 25)...Posted five games with three or more three-pointers, including knocking down 4-of-6 attempts vs. SJSU, tying a career-best for three-pointers made....Led the team in rebounding twice, and paced the team in scoring and assists once.

2013-14 (SOPHOMORE)
Earned academic all-conference honors for the second consecutive season...Had a breakout year, emerging as one of the most improved players in the Mountain West...Played in all 32 games, making 22 starts for the Rams, including 21 of the final 22 games of the season...Averaged 25.5 minutes per game...Ranked fourth on the team in scoring at 8.6 points per game, ranking second on the squad in three-pointers made (34) and three-point percentage (.347)...Ranked fourth on the team with 39 assists, tied for fourth with 15 steals, and fifth with 15 blocks...Notched 14 double-digit scoring games, posting back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts on five occasions...Tallied a career-high 15 points vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State (Dec. 8), and matched it at Air Force (Feb. 8)...Posted four games with three or more three-pointers, including a team individual season-high 4-for-4 effort from beyond the arc vs. Wyoming (Feb. 22)...Led the team in assists in four contests...Recorded a career-high three steals at San José State (Jan. 8)...Tallied four or more rebounds in eight contests, including a career-best seven boards at New Mexico (Jan. 4)...Dished out a career-high four assists vs. UNLV (Feb. 5).

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)
Earned academic all-conference honors for his work in the classroom...Appeared in 23 games for the Rams and averaged 1.0 points per game and 0.4 rebounds per game while playing 5.1 minutes per contest... Shot 33.3 percent from the field while connecting on 71.4 percent of his free throws...Recorded season-highs with six points and three rebounds in the Rams’ home win over Chadron State (Nov. 15).

HIGH SCHOOL
Attended Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada...Played basketball under head coach Wade Bartlett...Posted impressive numbers as a senior in 2011-12, averaging 30.2 points and 12.5 rebounds per game, while dishing out 5.7 assists and blocking 3.5 shots per game...A three-time first-team all-city performer and a two-year member of Canada’s National Cadet team...Earned first-team all-star honors at the 2010 U17 Boys National Championships...Participated in trials for Canada’s U18 Junior National team.

PERSONAL
Born March 30, 1994, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada ...Son of Mona and Ring De Ciman...Has one older brother, Ben, and one younger brother, Chan and three older sisters, Phoebe, Patricia and Margaret...Majoring in health and exercise science.
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