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#35 Mike Henderson

Height 6-2
Weight 190 lbs.
Class Sr.
Hometown Waterloo, Iowa
High School East

Hawk-Item – – Member of 2005 Big Ten tour team that played in Spain, but played in just two of five games due to ankle injury.

2005-06 Honors – – Earned team Most Improved Award. 2005-06 – – Averaged 7.6 points and 3.9 rebounds while starting all 34 games . . . shot 48.7% from the field, 46.4% from three-point range and 69.9% from the free throw line . . . three points and four rebounds against Northwestern State in NCAA Tournament . . . seven points and two rebounds in win over Ohio State in Big Ten Tournament championship game . . . 11 points, four rebounds and three steals in win over Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament . . . five points, two rebounds and three assists in win over Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament . . . six points, three rebounds and six assists in win over Wisconsin . . . game-high 16 points (6-7 FGs), three rebounds and two assists in win over Penn State . . . eight points (4-5 FGs), five rebounds and three steals at Minnesota . . . four points and six rebounds in win over Michigan State . . . 10 points, three rebounds and three assists in win at Indiana . . . six points at Northwestern . . . 11 points (3-3 treys) and four assists in win over Michigan . . . matched career-high with 17 points, along with three rebounds and three steals, in win at Purdue . . . eight points, five rebounds and five assists in win over Ohio State . . . nine points, five rebounds and three steals in win over Indiana . . . nine points and seven rebounds in win over Minnesota . . . 10 points and tied a career-high with eight rebounds in win over Illinois . . . eight points, career-high six assists, four rebounds and four steals in win over Robert Morris . . . 12 points, career-high eight rebounds and four assists in win over Drake . . . 10 points, five rebounds and three assists in win over Arizona State . . . 15 points, six rebounds and matched career high with five assists in win over Valparaiso . . . matched career-high with seven rebounds vs. Texas . . . 15 points, seven rebounds and four steals in win over Kentucky . . . 10 points, four rebounds and three assists in win over Maryland-Eastern Shore.

2004-05 – – Played in all 33 games, with 14 starts . . . averaged 4.9 points and 2.1 rebounds per game, shooting 41% from the field, 31.3% from three-point range and 65.6% from the free throw line . . . seven points and three rebounds vs. Cincinnati in NCAA Tournament . . . seven points and five rebounds vs. Wisconsin in Big Ten Tournament . . . career-high 17 points and five rebounds in win over Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament . . . 11 points and two steals in win over Purdue in Big Ten Tournament . . . seven points, two rebounds and a career-high five steals in win at Michigan . . . six points and two rebounds in win over Ohio State . . . six points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals in win at Penn State . . . eight points and five rebounds at Minnesota . . . four points and five rebounds vs. Illinois . . . 11 points at Purdue . . . eight points, five rebounds and two assists in win over Northwestern . . . four points, five rebounds and two assists at Wisconsin . . . two points, one assist and one steal in win over Indiana in first career start . . . two points, two assists and two steals in win over Purdue . . . four points and two rebounds in win vs. Minnesota . . . eight points and three rebounds in win over Texas Tech . . . five points, three assists and two rebounds vs. Western Carolina . . . two points in win over Iowa State . . . two points, three rebounds and three assists in win over Northern Iowa . . . five points in win over UNC Greensboro . . . eight points and four rebounds in win over Centenary . . . eight points in win at Drake . . . four points and one steal vs. North Carolina . . . six points and three assists in win over Louisville . . . five points and three rebounds in win over Western Illinois.

2003-04 – – Saw action in 10 games during first semester, with no starts . . . career-high eight points and two rebounds vs. Purdue . . . two points, one assist and one steal at Missouri . . . two points, two rebounds and one assist vs. Northern Illinois . . . two points, one assist and one steal vs. Eastern Washington . . . five rebounds, two points and one assist vs. UW-Green Bay . . . two rebounds and one steal vs. Louisville . . . seven points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals vs. Drake . . . seven points, five assists and three rebounds vs. UNC-Asheville . . . 10 points (2-2 FGs, 6-7 FTs), one assist and one steal in second exhibition game . . . did not play in opening exhibition game due to injury.

High school – – Iowa’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior . . . earned first team Class 4-A all-state honors as a junior and senior and was also all-state as a sophomore . . . named captain of all-tournament team after leading team to state championship as a senior with overall record of 26-1 . . . was four-time all-conference and all-District selection while helping East post four-year record of 87-14 . . . team captain as a junior and senior and team MVP as a senior . . . averaged 18 points, four rebounds and six assists as a senior, shooting 55% from the field and 80% from the foul line . . . averaged 15 points, five rebounds and six assists as a junior while shooting 51% from the field and 69% from the foul line . . . helped prep team post 25-2 record and advance to Class 4-A state title game as a junior, where he was named to the all-tournament team . . . as a sophomore averaged 14 points, four assists and four rebounds a game as East posted a 23-2 record and also advanced to the state tournament . . . member of AAU summer teams that included Iowa players Greg Brunner and Jeff Horner . . . also earned prep letters in football and track and field.

Personal – – Born 11/15/84 . . . art major . . . Honor Roll student as a prep senior . . . mother is Valda Henderson . . . brother Courtney played college basketball at Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA . . . high school coach was Steve McGraw.

Career Bests

Points: 17, twice, last at Purdue, 2/1/06
Rebounds: 8, twice, last vs. Illinois, 1/7/06
FGM: 7 at Purdue, 2/1/06
FGA: 11 vs. Robert Morris, 12/22/05
FTM: 7 vs. Kentucky 11/21/05
FTA: 9 vs. Kentucky 11/21/05
Assists: 6 vs. Robert Morris, 12/22/05
Steals: 5 at Michigan, 3/5/05
Blocks: 1, three times, last vs. Michigan State, 3/11/06
Minutes: 50 vs. Minnesota, 1/18/06

Career Stats

Year G/GS FG-A PCT 3-PT PCT FT-A PCT O-D-RB AVG PF-DI AS TO BK ST PTS AVG
Fresh. 10/0 11-29 .379 0-1 .000 10-19 .526 4-14-18 1.8 11-0 13 8 0 6 32 3.2
Soph. 33/14 59-144 .410 5-16 .313 40-61 .656 17-53-70 2.1 55-1 39 59 3 26 163 4.5
Junior 34/34 91-187 .487 13-28 .464 65-93 .699 41-93-134 3.9 53-0 68 78 5 38 260 7.6
Career 77/48 161-360 .447 18-45 .400 115-173 .665 62-160-222 2.9 119-1 120 145 8 70 455 5.9