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Cameron Catlett
Cameron Catlett

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Madison

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 188

Position:
Guard

Experience:
4L


03/21/2013

MBB: Mavs building on foundation of success

UT Arlington coach Scott Cross has taken to program to new heights during his tenure.

03/20/2013

MBB: Season ends for Mavs in CIT first round

UT Arlington finishes season at 19-14 after falling 84-76 to Oral Roberts at College Park Center.

03/16/2013

MBB: Mavs playing for WAC title

UT Arlington blitzed UTSA 69-53 to earn a spot in the WAC championship game against New Mexico State.

03/15/2013

MBB: Mavs beat Utah State to advance to WAC semis

Kevin Butler paced UT Arlington with 23 points in 83-78 win over the Aggies.

03/02/2013

MBB: Mavs beat Utah State to close out home season

Kevin Butler scores 21 to lead the Mavericks on Senior Night.

2012-13

  • Played in 29 games, started 27
  • Averaged 5.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game
  • Finished career with 291 assists, which is 9th on the school's all-time list
  • Played in 120 career games which is tied for 4th on the school's list
  • Scored in double figures 4 times including a season-high 13 points against Houston Baptist and at Utah State
  • Season-high 7 assists twice and pulled down a season-high 7 rebounds at Seattle U
  • Fourth on team with 29 steals

2011-12

  • Played in all 32 games, making two starts
  • Averaged 5.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game
  • Totaled six double-figure scoring games, including back-to-back contests at Tulsa and Utah State in mid-December
  • Equaled his season-high output with 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting against Nicholls in the quarterfinals of the SLC Tournament

2010-11

  • Appeared in 28 games, making 12 starts...ranked third on team in scoring (8.6 points per game)
  • Ranked third on team in field-goal percentage by shooting 50.9 percent (88 for 173)...ranked second on team in assists (76)
  • Scored in double figures 15 times
  • Shot better than 50% in 12 of those games...12 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists vs. UTSA
  • 13 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
  • 15 points (2nd-highest of SLC season), 5 assists, 4 rebounds in 21 minutes (first start in 11 games) vs. McNeese State
  • 12 points, 5 assists in career-high 29 minutes at Southeastern Louisiana...career-high 23 points (career best 7-8 FTs) and career best-tying 7 rebounds in 25 minutes vs. Sam Houston State
  • 10 points (all in 2nd half) in 21 minutes vs. Texas State...13 points in 21 minutes vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
  • 17 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists at Arkansas
  • 10 points in 19 minutes at Kansas
  • 13 points, 6 assists (0 turnovers), in 24 minutes at North Texas
  • 10 points, career-high tying (and season best) 3 steals in season-high 28 minutes vs. St. Edward's
  • Career-high 7 rebounds at Houston Baptist and at Arkansas

2009-10

  • Appeared in all 30 games as a freshman, starting 9 times
  • Averaged 3.9 points and 2.2 rebounds per game
  • Had 3 games in double figures - 14 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 12 at UTSA and 11 vs. Utah Valley
  • At Baylor had 8 points and 5 rebounds in 27 minutes
  • Registered 6 or more points seven times and 5 or more rebounds 5 times
  • Career-high 3 steals vs. Lamar.

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Led his Madison High School team to a 33-2 record as a senior and helped the Mavericks earn a No. 5 ranking in the nation during the year
  • A first team all-state Class 5A selection and the MVP of the Lone Star Invitational
  • McDonlads All-American nominee
  • During his high school career, he helped his team to a 135-20 record
  • Named the MVP of the McDonalds Invitational during his senior season after helping lead his team to the tournament championship
  • His Madison team defeated nationally-ranked Duncanville (Texas) to win the tournament
  • Honored as the ESPN National Player of the Week in December following the tournament
  • Ranked as one of the top players in the state by Texas Hoops and one of the upper echelon players in the nation by Hoop Scoop
  • Chose UT Arlington over Santa Clara, Colorado State, Utah State and Cornell among others
  • Also participated in track where he was a regional qualifier in the triple jump and long jump.

PERSONAL

  • Born September 18, 1990
  • Parents are Loraine and Warren Catlett...mother played basketball at UTEP
  • Graduated cum laude and was a member of the National Honor Society
  • Kinesology

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