Shawn Stockton
Shawn Stockton


Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Ferris HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 203





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Cherry & Jamar Share 2011-12 Griz Hoops Dragstedt Award (MVP)

Temmates Selvig, Steward, Ward, and Wood also recognized


Badgers advance to third round with 73-49 victory over Grizzlies

Wisconsin snaps Montana's 14-game winning streak


Griz face Badgers in NCAA second-round game Thursday afternoon

No. 13-seed Montana (25-6) vs. No. 4 seed/nationally ranked Wisconsin (24-9)


Griz host WSU Wildcats for BSC crown tonight

The game pits two 24-win teams in the title game for the first time ever


Montana vs. Weber State (3/6/12)

Montana vs. Weber State (3/6/12)


Montana vs. Weber State (2/28/12)

Montana vs. Weber State (2/28/12)


Montana vs. Idaho State (2/6/12)

Montana vs. Idaho State (2/6/12)


Montana vs. Lewis-Clark State (11/3/11)

Montana vs. Lewis-Clark State (11/3/11)

Stockton at a glance: Shawn will once again be a key player at the one and two guard spots for the Grizzlies.

2010-11: He earned the starting berth in the two guard mid-way through the season, but was injured in the conference tournament semi-final game against Weber State and had to miss UM's last two games. He was eighth on the squad in scoring (3.2 ppg).

2009-10: He played in 25 games and started in one (at Northern Colorado)...scored in eight games.

2008-09: Played in 13 games (eight Big Sky Conference contests) as a "true" freshman, scoring in five games.

High School: His Ferris High School teams won back-to-back state 4A championships, going 29-0 in the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons...high school's 58 consecutive wins are a Washington state record...his senior year he usually played in just the first half of Ferris' games during the regular season and averaged 10 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals a game, while shooting 58% from the field...his junior season he was named first team all-state, 4A state tournament MVP, and Region MVP...he was a four-year letterman in basketball and started in every game his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons...he was a two-time team captain in basketball...he also earned three letters in football and three in baseball...his senior year the football team was the league champion with a 12-1 record...he was also a team captain in football and an all-conference selection...his prep basketball coach was Don Van Lierop.

Personal: He is a business major. Birth date: Dec. 12, 1989. His parents are Steve and Mary Ann Stockton of Spokane. His uncle is NBA Hall of Famer John Stockton. He attended the same high school that Griz head coach Wayne Tinkle did.


Favorite Food: Prime rib.

Favorite class: Entertainment Management.

Favorite book: Bleachers.

Favorite TV show: Entourage.

Favorite musical group: Def Leopard.

Favorite movie: Remember the Titans.

If a movie were made of my life, I would like the following actor to play me: Brad Pitt.

The person in history I would most like to meet is: George Washington.

Favorite sport other than basketball: Football.

Favorite sports figure: Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Favorite NBA team: Utah Jazz.

Hobbies/Special Interests: Reading books.

Not many people know this, but I: can water ski.

My greatest moment in sports was: Playing in the NCAA Tournament.

If I were not playing college hoops, I would be: Playing college football

The best player I ever faced was: John Stockton.

The thing I like best about Montana basketball is: My teammates.

The thing that impresses me about Coach Tinkle: Ability to coach all positions.

My advice to youngsters is: Always give 100% in whatever you do.

My future goals are: Graduate and have a successful life.

Stockton's Career Highs

Points 9 at Portland State, 1/15/11

Rebounds 6 vs. E. Washington, 1/13/11

Field goals 3 in Three Games

Field goal attempts 8 at Northern Arizona, 2/5/11

3-point field goals 2 in Four Game

3-point field goal attempts 4 vs. Portland State, 1/15/11

Free throws 2 in Three Games

Free throw attempts 3 in Two Games

Assists 4 in Two Games

Blocks 1 at Washington (12/28/08)

Steals 2 vs. Sac State (1/10/09)and 2 at Weber State (1/2/10)

Minutes played 35 at N. Arizona, 2/5/11

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