TULANE - A three-year letterwinner who has played in 86 games with 33 starts . . . owns career averages of 6.2 points and 4.6 rebounds per game . . . ranks fifth among the school's career blocked shots leaders with 103 blocked shots . . . has scored in double figures in 16 games and has four career double-doubles.
AS A JUNIOR (2006-07) - Played in 29 games and earned four starting assignments . . . led the squad with 52 blocked shots (ranked 64th nationally) and ranked second on the team in rebounds (5.3) . . . averaged 6.6 points and 21.7 minutes per outing and shot better than 50-percent (.512) from the field . . . chalked up two double-doubles and reached double figure scoring in eight games . . . produced a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds against New Orleans (11/14) . . . turned in 10 points and five boards against Charleston Southern (11/18) . . . tied his career-high with 11 rebounds vs. Buffalo (12/6) . . . grabbed eight rebounds at Rice (1/10) . . . scored 15 points, corralled 11 rebounds and added two blocks at East Carolina (1/17) . . . produced 16 points, nine rebounds and hit 7-of-9 field goal attempts vs. Marshall (1/20) . . . tied his season high with 16 points vs. Tulsa (1/31) . . . tied his career-high six blocks and three steals at Southern Miss (2/3) . . . totaled eight points, four steals, three blocks and four assists vs. UCF (2/14) . . . finished with 10 points at Marshall (2/17) and at Houston (2/21) . . . posted 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists against No. 5 Memphis in the C-USA Tourney semifinals.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06) - Started 15 of 29 games and ranked fourth in scoring, second in rebounding, second in blocks and third in assists . . . closed the year with 35 points and 17 rebounds in the last three games . . . tallied 10 points and five boards against Memphis (3/9) . . . matched his season-high with 13 points to go with seven rebounds in a career-best 35 minutes in the C-USA Tournament win over Marshall (3/8) . . . led the Wave with 12 points, including 10 in a two-minute stretch late in the second half, against Tulsa (3/4) . . . scoring six points with eight rebounds in 26 minutes against ECU (2/25) . . . tallied eight points with four rebounds and six assists against Memphis (2/18) . . . blocked a career-high six shots (tied for third best in Tulane history) in the Loyola win (2/7) . . . matched his career-high with five assists while playing excellent defense on Rice's Morris Almond (1/28) . . . played 34 minutes against Seton Hall (12/11), scoring 12 points . . . posted a 13-point, seven-rebound performance against Fairfield (12/3) . . . tallied 12 points, including 10 in the second half, in 33 minutes against Valpo (12/2) . . . recorded his second career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Butler (11/30) . . . impressive performance against UNO (11/22) with nine points and six rebounds, including a pair of free throws following an offensive rebound with 3:03 remaining to make it 68-64 in favor of the Green Wave.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05) - Played in 29 games and earned four starts . . . averaged 24.1 minutes over the final 13 games of the season . . . hit a streak of 22 consecutive free throws during the year . . . collected nine points in a season-high 32 minutes of action against DePaul (3/9) in the C-USA Tourney . . . returned to the starting lineup (after coming off the bench for five games) against Cincinnati (3/2) and tallied nine points in 31 minutes . . . scored five points with 10 rebounds against TCU (2/23) . . . added nine second-half points against Memphis (2/12) . . . scored eight points with six rebounds and three blocks, including four points, two rebounds and two blocks in the final 2:17, against Southern Miss (2/9) . . . scored a career-high 19 points while setting a Tulane record by hitting all 14 of his free throws in the Louisville game (1/29) . . . solid game with seven points, eight rebounds and three assists against Houston (1/26) . . . scored five points with five boards and four assists against Marquette (1/8) . . . tallied his first career double-double in the win over Alabama State (12/28) with 11 points and 11 rebounds . . . registered eight points against LSU (11/19) in his first career game.
HIGH SCHOOL - A two-time all-district selection and the district and defensive player of the year as a senior at Salem High School for coach Bill Cochrane . . . led his team to the district championship as a junior after being part of the state championship team as a freshman . . . registered career bests of 32 points, 18 rebounds, eight blocks and eight assists during his prep career . . . named MVP of the Sunshine Classic in Florida as a senior . . . averaged 13 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and three blocks per game as a senior . . . as a junior, averaged 13 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.5 blocks and 3.5 assists per game .
PERSONAL - A media arts major . . . born Donnavan Miguel Stith, Jr., on October 4, 1985, in Jacksonville, N.C. . . . the son of Dorothy and Donnavan Stith, Sr.
Stith's Career Highs
Points 19 vs. Louisville (1/29/05) Rebounds 11 vs. three opponents Assists 5 vs. two opponents Three Pointers 2 vs. four opponents Free Throws 14 vs. Louisville (1/29/05) Steals 4 vs. UCF (2/14/07) Blocks 6 vs. Loyola (2/7/06); Southern Miss (2/3/07) Minutes 35 vs. Marshall (3/8/06)
Stith's Career Statistics Year G-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-D-Reb Avg. PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl TP Avg. 2004-05 28-14 543-19.4 53-107 .495 10-28 .357 43-62 .694 36-62-98 3.5 53-2 39 51 18 11 159 5.7 2005-06 29-15 741-25.6 59-134 .440 11-33 .333 54-84 .643 47-101-148 5.1 65-4 57 65 33 19 183 6.3 2006-07 29-4 629-21.7 65-127 .512 4-18 .222 57-108 .528 44-111-155 5.3 46-1 31 54 52 23 191 6.6 Career 86-33 1913-22.2 174-368 .472 25-79 .320 154-254 .610 127-274-401 4.6 164-7 127 170 103 53 533 6.2