WEBER STATE: ... Played in 118 career games for the Wildcats and was a starter in 90 of those contests. ... Scored 890 career points (7.5 ppg average) and grabbed 434 career rebounds (3.7 rpg.). ... Shot 53.5 percent (322-602) from the field and 246-344 (.715) from the free throw line. ... Scored a career high 29 points at home vs. Northern Colorado in 2009-10. ... A rare four-year player who did not have a red-shirt season during his career. ... Was the first post-player signed by Coach Randy Rahe and his staff back in the Spring of 2006.
2009-10: ... Earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference honors. ... Second leading scorer for the Wildcats at 10.6 ppg. and second in rebounding at 5.2 boards per game. ... Had a career night in WSU’s 81-76 home court win over 2nd place Northern Colorado, hitting 10-13 from the field and 9-10 from the line for a career high 29 points and added nine rebounds. ... Had 13 double figure scoring games during the season. ... Had a “double/double” at home vs. Sacramento State with 18 points / 10 rebounds. ... Came into the season as a 68 percent shooter from the free throw line, but hit 115-152 (.757) from the stripe. ... Was 11-13 from the line at home vs. Southern Utah and 9-10 from the line @Idaho State and in that Northern Colorado game.
2008-09: ... Played and started all 31 games for the Wildcats during the season, one of just three players to start every game…After three seasons he has appeared in 87 career games at Weber State…Averaged 9.4 points and 4.4 rebounds per game during the season…Led the Wildcats and was fifth in the Big Sky in field goal percentage at 53.7 percent…Scored in double figures in 14 games during the season…Posted a career-high with 22 points in WSU’s win over Eastern Washington on February 12…Also shot 7-10 from the field in that game and had seven rebounds and was a perfect 8-8 from the free-throw line…Also had 21 points on 8-1 shooting in a win over UC Santa Barbara on December 17…Was second on the WSU team in rebounding and pulled down a career-high of ten rebounds at Long Beach State.
2007-08: ... Played in all 30 games and was a 28-game starter…Averaged 7.1 points and 3.3 rebounds overall…Shot 55 percent from the field overall and 57 percent in Big Sky Conference regular season games…Had a season-high 17 points at Montana State hitting 7-10 from the field and 17 at Sacramento State making 6-7 from the floor…Played a season-high 27 minutes in back-to-back games at Portland State and home against Montana…Had a season-high nine rebounds at Cal State Bakersfield and at home vs. Sacramento State and Northern Arizona…Had 11 double figure scoring games
2006-07: ... Played in 26 of the 32 games as a first-year freshman and averaged 7.2 minutes per game…Had one double figure scoring game scoring with 11 points at Southern Utah in a season-high 15 minutes of action…Had a single-game best of five rebounds at Utah State.
HIGHLAND HIGH SCHOOL: ... Helped Coach Keith West’s team to a 24-1 record in 2005-06 and the Utah Class 4A state championship…Named First Team All-State…Was the Region Six MVP…Had a single-game best of 30 points, 15 rebounds and three blocked shots vs. Olympus…Shot just over 62 percent from the field his senior season…Averaged 14.0 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.3 blocked shots per game.
PERSONAL: Full Name: Stephen Andrew Panos. ... Born: February 4, 1988. ... Major: Technical Sales where he carries a 3.20 gpa.