|Points||14 twice, last vs. Colgate, 11/27/10
|Field Goals||5 three times, last vs. Columbia, 2/19/10|
|FG Attempts||11 vs. Colgate, 11/27/10
|Three-Pointers||1 at Furman, 11/21/09|
|3FG Attempts||1 four times, last at Columbia, 1/30/10|
|Free Throws||8 vs. Vermont, 12/1/09|
|FT Attempts||10 vs. Vermont, 12/1/09|
|Off. Rebounds||7 three times, last at Brown, 2/26/11
|Def. Rebounds||9 at Yale, 2/13/10|
|Rebounds||13 twice, last at Yale, 2/25/11
|Assists||4 twice, last at Colgate, 1/17/11
|Turnovers||4 twice, last vs. Yale, 2/26/10|
|Blocks||4 at Brown, 2/26/11
|Steals||3 at Yale, 2/13/10|
|Minutes||38 at Yale, 2/25/11
Led Dartmouth in rebounding and ranked 10th in the Ivy League ... also had a team-best 16 blocks ... only two players in the conference averaged more offensive rebounds ... first double-digit scoring game came at Furman, going 5-for-10 from the floor with his only career three-pointer for 11 points ... also grabbed 11 rebounds for his first career double-double in just 21 miniutes on the court ... scored at least 11 points two of the next three games as well, including a career-high 14 against Vermont along with 10 boards for another double-double ... hit 8-of-10 free throws against the Catamounts ... provided 12 points and eight rebounds in the win over Hartford ... snared 10 caroms in the blowout victory versus Lyndon State ... hit all four of his field goals at Quinnipiac ... gave Dartmouth its biggest lead over Bucknell at 14 points with a bucket in the second half of the six-point win ... sank two free throws during the rally from a six-point deficit in the final four minutes to help the Green defeat St. Francis (N.Y.) ... after narrowly missing another double-double at Brown with nine points and rebounds, hauled in a personal-best 13 boards at Yale the next night ... instrumental in the Ivy victory over Columbia, hitting 5-of-9 field goals while tallying 12 points, the final two on free throws to break the deadlock in the final minutes and send the Green to the win ... over an 11-game stretch during the conference schedule, averaged 28 minutes on the floor.
Second on the team with 16 blocked shots ... made two starts, the first coming in the season opener at Army, the other in the double-overtime loss at Cornell ... went 2-for-2 on field goals and hit a pair of foul shots to help the Green win their first game of the season versus Furman ... blocked two shots in three different games in a four-game stretch over the holidays ... asserted himself offensively in the rematch against Army, going 5-of-9 from the floor for a career-high 10 points ... hit all three shots the next game and scored seven points in just 11 minutes against Harvard ... came up big in the overtime win against the Crimson with seven boards, six points and two blocked shots ... drained all three shots he took, scoring seven while blocking two more shots, in the historic win at Penn ... set a season high with eight rebounds at home against Cornell despite playing just 10 minutes ... swatted two shots for the sixth time during the season at Yale.
Saw action in all but three games, earning a pair of starts ... hit half of his four shots and grabbed six rebounds in second collegiate game versus VMI ... intercepted the ball twice in 12 productive minutes at Rutgers ... blocked a pair of shots against Daniel Webster ... earned first career start at Harvard after the new year ... posted a season-high seven rebounds, including five on the offensive glass, at Brown ... started and played a season-long 28 minutes against eventual Ivy champion Cornell, scoring two points with four boards, a block and two steals ... came back next game to record six points on 3-of-4 from the floor ... had a block in four straight games and in six of eight during the conference season ... hit all three shots and grabbed five rebounds in 19-point win over Princeton.
Ranked in the HoopScoop Top 1000 ... helped talent-filled Northfield Mount Hermon to a school-record 23 wins as a senior ... received kudos for defensive job on Michael Beasley ... spent first two years of high school at Nashoba Regional where he averaged 10 points and nine rebounds as a sophomore ... caught six touchdown passes at NMH as a sophomore and might have had a future as a college tight end if not for basketball ... also a talented track athlete who triple jumped plus threw the discus and javelin ... helped track team go 13-0 as a senior.
Full name is Clive Warren Nye Harvey Weeden ... born Nov. 22, 1987 ... son of Robert and the late Susan ... has one sister and one brother ... both of his grandfathers were tennis pros.
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