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Harold Arceneaux
Position: Small Forward
College: Weber St.
Conference: Big Sky
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 215
Age: 23
Birthdate: 04/01/77
High School: Washington, New Orleans, La.

"The Show" first burst upon the college basketball scene in the 1999 NCAA tournament, when he scored 36 points and led upstart Weber State to a first-round upset of mighty North Carolina. He followed that with 32 points in a narrow defeat to Florida in the second round. Arceneaux does his damage with great athleticism and a quick first step to the basket. He's a decent outside shooter (.369 from 3-point range as a senior) but could be more consistent. It also wouldn't hurt to improve his passing skills a bit. He averaged 23 points last season, 27.2 in Big Sky Conference games. Arceneaux shot 51 percent from the field and 80 percent from the free-throw line and grabbed 7.4 boards per game. He's a likely first-round pick.

Career Statistics
Season  FGs  PCT  3-pts  PCT  FTs  PCT  RPG  APG  BLK  STL  PTS  AVE 
98-99
99-00
Totals
32
28
60
266-521
213-416
479-937
.511
.512
.511
34-103
38-103
72-206
.330
.369
.350
147-194
180-226
327-420
.758
.797
.779
6.0
7.4
6.8
1.8
1.7
1.7
50
26
76
55
40
95
713
644
1357
22.3
23.0
22.6
 

Senior Season

  • Big Sky Player of the Year
  • Fifth-leading scorer in NCAA Division I (23.0)
  • Eighth all-time leading scorer at Weber State (only played two seasons) with 1,357 points
  • Scored 644 points -- fourth most in Weber State history
  • Preseason Wooden and Naismith Award nominee

    Junior Season

  • Averaged 22.3 ppg (10th in NCAA) and his 713 points are a single-season record at Weber State
  • Big Sky Player of the Year
  • Had 50 dunks in 32 games
  • Scored 36 points in WSU's 76-74 upset of UNC in the NCAA Tournament's first round. He scored 32 points in the second round, but WSU lost in OT to Florida
  • Had 38 points and 14 rebounds in Weber State's four OT win over Eastern Michigan

    Midland Junior College (Junior Season)

  • '97-98 season
  • Led his team to a 26-4 record
  • Averaged 17.6 ppg and 6.0 rpg

    College of Eastern Utah (Freshman Season)

  • '96-97 season
  • Helped Eastern Utah to a 28-5 record
  • Averaged 18.4 ppg and 6.4 rpg

    Notables

  • Weber State has never had a player picked in the NBA's first round, and Shawn Campbell (5th-rd, Pho, '85) was the school's last player drafted
  • Is nicknamed "The Show"
  • Did not play basketball his senior season in HS


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