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#12 Kyle Singler
Position: Forward
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 220
Year: Freshman
City/State: Medford, Ore.
High School: South Medford
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Kyle Singler Bio
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Updated: 05/16/2011

Career Notes

  • Owns Duke career records for games played (148-tied), consecutive games played (148), games started (147) and minutes played (4,887).
  • Played in 125 Duke victories to rank second all-time in ACC history
  • Averaged 16.2 points, 6.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.1 steals per game in his career
  • Became just the fourth player at Duke and ninth player in ACC history to amass over 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career ... he is the only player in the history of the conference to finish his career with over 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 300 offensive rebounds, 250 three-point field goals, 200 assists, 100 blocked shots and 100 steals
  • Ranks fourth at Duke with 2,392 career points ... he is 11th player at Duke to score 2,000 career points
  • Joined Art Heyman and Christian Laettner as the only three players in Duke history to top 600 points in three straight seasons
  • One of 21 players in ACC history to surpass the 1,000-point plateau in conference regular season play
  • Finished with 129 career double figure scoring games, including 44 games with 20 or more points and two 30-point games ... he tied Johnny Dawkins for the school record for double figure scoring games
  • A strong rebounder on both ends of the court ... ranks sixth at Duke with 1,007 career rebounds and is one of seven players with 1,000 or more ... also ranks third with 360 offensive rebounds
  • Had 24 career double-doubles and 26 double figure rebounding games
  • Made 814 career field goal attempts to rank seventh on the Duke career list
  • Ranks fifth at Duke with 267 career three-pointers ... one of six players at Duke to make 250 or more treys
  • Also ranks in the top 10 for career made free throws, finishing with 497 to rank 10th
  • Is one of 14 players in school history with 100 or more blocks shots, ranking tied for 12th with 107 career blocks
  • Outstanding helpside defender ... took 54 charges in his career to rank fourth all-time at Duke
  • Part of a senior class that compiled a school record for home victories and home winning percentage with a 65-2 (.970) record in four seasons ... Duke has not lost a non-conference home game since 2000
  • Singler helped lead the Blue Devils to three consecutive 30-win seasons, only the sixth time it has been done in NCAA Division I history ... the 97 wins over three years is the third most all-time at Duke
  • Highly skilled offensive player with the ability to score on the block or from the perimeter ... one of the top inside-outside threats in the country
  • A fluid athlete with an advanced and well-rounded skill set ... has the ability to lead the team in nearly every statistical category
  • Poised and fearless performer when the game is on the line ... hit several clutch baskets throughout his career
  • An avid artist ... designed a logo and t-shirt for teammates following Duke's 17-0 undefeated home season in 2009-10 ... has also designed covers for Blue Planet Magazine and a wall mural in the team lounge
  • Active in Duke's award-winning Verizon Read with the Blue Devils, a community outreach reading program in the Durham school district
  • Has also hosted the Kyle Singler Southern Oregon Open in Medford for the past four years with proceeds from the events benefitting Kids Unlimited

2010-11

  • NABC State Farm Coaches second team All-American, Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American and Lowe's Senior Class Award second team senior All-American
  • Oscar Robertson Trophy, Wooden Award, Naismith Trophy and Lowe's Senior Class Award finalist
  • First team All-ACC choice after ranking among the ACC leaders in scoring (5th), rebounding (12th), field goal percentage (6th), free throw percentage (7th), three-point field goals made (10th) and minutes played (2nd)
  • Named to the ACC All-Tournament first team after averaging 17.7 points and 7.8 rebounds per game in the three games during Duke's championship run
  • USBWA and NABC first team All-District choice
  • A team captain, along with fellow senior Nolan Smith, in 2010-11 ... the two players formed one of the top scoring duos in the country with 38.1 combined points per game
  • Led the team with 34 double-figure scoring games and scored team highs for points in 11 contests
  • Scored 615 points on the season, the third straight season he tallied over 600 points
  • Recorded at least one steal in 14 of the first 16 games and in 23 overall contests
  • Second on the team with 18 drawn charges
  • Recorded double-doubles against Maryland (25/10), Virginia Tech (22/12), Clemson (18/11) and Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament (13/11).
  • Matched a career high with 30 points in a homecoming game against Oregon at the Rose Garden in Portland (11/27)
  • Tallied 29 points and nine rebounds in the first round of the ACC Tournament against Maryland (3/11) ... in three games against the Terps he averaged 25.3 points and 8.3 rebounds per game
  • Made 8-of-8 free throws and 10-of-19 from the field for 28 points against No. 24 Temple (2/23)
  • Had three straight 20-point games in December with 21 against Saint Louis (12/11), 24 against Elon (12/20) and 27 at UNC Greensboro (12/29) ... ended the year with 20 or more points in 12 contests
  • Posted 24 points, seven rebounds, four assists and two steals at Wake Forest (1/22)
  • Recorded 10 made field goals in five games to match his career high ... he made 10 shots against UNC Greensboro (12/29), Maryland (1/9), Maryland (2/2), Temple (2/23) and Maryland (3/11)
  • Connected on five three-point field goal attempts against both Oregon (11/27) and Florida State (1/12) while making three or more treys eight times
  • Played all 40 minutes in six games on the season, leading the team with 1,286 minutes played for the year

2009-10

  • Named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player after averaging 20.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game in wins over West Virginia and Butler ... also went 6-of-11 (.545) from three-point range at Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Claimed ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player honors after leading Duke to wins over Virginia, Miami and Georgia Tech ... averaged 21.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game, while shooting 50.0 percent (7-of-14) from three-point range for the tournament
  • Also received first team All-ACC accolades
  • Fifth team All-America pick by Sporting News ... NABC second team All-District II ... USBWA All-District III selection
  • Started all 40 games, matching a Duke record for starts in a season ... averaged 17.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 0.8 blocks and 1.0 steals per game ... posted a .415 field goal percentage (228-of-550), including .399 from three-point range (85-of-213) ... also went 166-of-208 (.798) from the free throw line
  • Finished second on the team in scoring, rebounds, field goals, three-point field goals and minutes ... led the team in three-point field goal percentage, blocks and double-doubles
  • Ranked fourth in the ACC in scoring (17.7 ppg.), tied for 11th in rebounds (7.0 rpg.), seventh in free throw percentage (.798), second in three-point percentage (.399), tied for third in three-point field goals (2.1 3pg.) and third in minutes played (35.9 mpg.)
  • Finished the year with 707 points, 16th-most in a season at Duke
  • Led the team in scoring 17 times and in rebounds on 15 occasions
  • Reached double figures in scoring in 36 games with 17 games of 20 or more points and one 30-point contest
  • Made at least one three-pointer in 34 games with three or more three-point field goals on 15 occasions
  • Recorded eight or more rebounds 19 times with eight double figure rebounding games
  • Posted 19 points, nine rebounds, two assists, two blocks and one steal in the NCAA Championship game win over Butler (4/5)
  • Finished with 21 points, nine rebounds and five assists against West Virginia (4/3) in the NCAA Final Four ... was 3-of-5 from three-point range
  • Scored a game-high 24 points to go with eight rebounds and two steals in the NCAA Sweet 16 against Purdue (3/26) ... went 4-of-6 from three-point distance in the win
  • Recorded a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (3/19) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament
  • Scored 20 points with a career-high 14-of-16 from the free throw line against Georgia Tech (3/14) in the ACC Championship game ... 14 free throws are tied for the most by a Duke player in an ACC Tournament game
  • Tallied 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists against Miami (3/13) in the ACC Tournament semifinals ... made five three-pointers in the contest
  • Notched 18 points and 11 rebounds against Virginia in the first round of the ACC Tournament (3/12)
  • Tallied 25 points, 10 rebounds and two steals against Virginia Tech (2/21) ... made 4-of-9 three-point field goal attempts in the game
  • Notched 22 points, 11 rebounds and four assists at Miami (2/17)
  • Tied a school record for three-point field goal percentage with at least 10 attempts, shooting .800 (8-of-10) against No. 21 Georgia Tech (2/4) ... finished the game with a career-high 30 points as his eight treys were tied for third-most in a single game by a Duke player
  • Posted a double-double with 21 points and 15 rebounds against Wake Forest (1/17)
  • Scored 28 points, matching a career high with 10 made field goals and making 7-of-7 from the free throw line against Wisconsin (12/2)
  • Recorded a double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds against Coastal Carolina (11/16)

2008-09

  • Honorable mention AP All-America ... also received All-America recognition from Rivals.com (fifth) and Collegehoops.net (hm)
  • First team ACC All-Tournament selection after averaging 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game ... played all 120 minutes of the tournament, becoming just the second Duke player to play three straight complete games in the tournament ... recorded nine blocks in the ACC Tournament, the fourth-most by a Duke player
  • Named second team All-ACC and second team NABC All-District 2
  • Earned 2K Sports Classic MVP honors ... was also named the 2K Sports Classic Durham Regional MVP ... averaged 16.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.0 blocks and 1.3 steals in the four tournament games
  • Claimed ACC Co-Player of the Week honors on Nov. 17
  • Played in all 37 games (36 starts), averaging 16.5 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.0 blocks and 1.5 steals per game
  • Posted a .441 field goal percentage (208-of-472), including .383 from three-point range (69-of-180) ... shot .713 from the foul line (124-of-174)
  • Led the team in offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds and blocks ... finished second in points, field goals, three-point field goals, three-point field goal percentage, steals and minutes played ... was also third in free throws and assists
  • Finished tied for 11th in the ACC in scoring (16.5 ppg.), ninth in rebounding (7.7 rpg.), tied for sixth in offensive rebounds (3.0 orpg.), 10th in defensive rebounds (4.6 drpg.) and tied for ninth in minutes per game (32.2)
  • Also ranked 10th in scoring (16.6 ppg.), ninth in rebounding (7.4 rpg.) and fourth in offensive rebounds (3.3 orpg.) in conference-only games
  • Closed the year tied for 31st on the single-season scoring chart with 609 points ... scored in double figures in 34 of the 37 games with 11 games of 20 or more points
  • Led the team in scoring 14 times and in rebounding 22 times ... also led Duke in assists on 10 occasions
  • Made at least one three-pointer in 33 games ... made three or more three-pointers in 10 contests
  • Had eight or more rebounds on 18 occasions and nine double-digit rebound games
  • Recorded a team-high nine double-doubles on the season
  • Had at least one point, rebound, assist, blocked shot and steal in 21 games, the third-most in a single season in school history
  • Recorded 19 points and 10 rebounds against Presbyterian (11/10), the 39th time in school history a player had a double-double in the season opener
  • Registered a double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds against No. 9 Purdue (12/2)
  • Posted 14 points, eight rebounds, five assists, one block and four steals off the bench to lead the team in all five categories against UNC Asheville (12/17) ... became the sixth Duke player to lead the team in all five categories in a game and only player in school history to accomplish the feat off the bench
  • Scored 19 points and added eight rebounds and a career-best seven assists against Virginia Tech (1/4)
  • Collected 19 points and 14 rebounds in a win over Georgia Tech (1/14)
  • Had a career-high 16 rebounds to go with 15 points against No. 13 Georgetown (1/17)
  • Scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds at No. 6 Wake Forest (1/28)
  • Had 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting against No. 3 North Carolina (2/11)
  • Posted 25 points and eight rebounds, including seven offensive boards, at Boston College (2/15)
  • Had a string of four straight 20-point games from Feb. 28-March 13, starting with a 21-point effort at Virginia Tech
  • Knocked down four three-pointers and finished with 23 points at North Carolina (3/8)
  • Matched a career-high with 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting against Boston College (3/13) in the opening round of the ACC Tournament ... also had a career-best six blocked shots and nine rebounds in the game
  • Reached double figures in scoring in the final 15 games of the season

2007-08

  • Named ACC Rookie of the Year ... earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors four times
  • Third team All-ACC selection and a Freshman All-ACC pick
  • Third team Freshman All-America by collegehoops.net
  • Named to the NABC All-District 5 second team ... USBWA All-District III selection
  • National Freshman of the Week by Rivals.com on Feb. 13
  • Ronald McDonald House Duke Student-Athlete of the Week on Nov. 26
  • EA SPORTS Maui Invitational Most Valuable Player
  • Started all 34 games for the Blue Devils
  • Second on the team in scoring (13.3 ppg.), field goals (159), three-pointers (51) and minutes played (28.6 mpg.)
  • Tied for the team lead in rebounding (5.8 rpg.)
  • Posted a .457 field goal percentage (159-of-348), including .340 from three-point range (51-of-150) ... also shot .774 from the foul line (82-of-106)
  • Led the team in scoring seven times and in rebounding 14 times
  • Reached double-figures in scoring 25 times, including four 20-point efforts
  • Took a team-best 19 charges
  • Made at least one three-pointer in 26 games, including 16 games with two or more treys
  • Led the Blue Devils with four double-doubles and four games with 10 or more rebounds
  • Ranked among the ACC leaders in scoring (17th) and rebounding (t-16th)
  • In conference-only games, ranked 14th in scoring (15.1 ppg.), 14th with 6.2 rebounds per game and 10th with 2.13 three-point field goals per game
  • Scored 451 points to rank as the eighth-most by a Duke freshman
  • Also ranked among Duke's top freshmen in made three-point field goals (5th, 51), three-point field goal percentage (10th, .340), free throw percentage (9th, .774) and rebounds (9th, 198)
  • Tallied 18 points and eight rebounds at Virginia (3/5)
  • Had 13 points, seven rebounds and a season-high four steals against Georgia Tech (2/27)
  • Recorded 16 points to go along with six rebounds and two blocks against St. John's (2/23)
  • Posted career highs of 26 points, 10 made field goals (10-of-17) and six three-point field goals (6-of-9) against Maryland (2/13)
  • Had 24 points and 10 rebounds to go along with three steals against Boston College (2/9)
  • Tallied 14 points, 10 rebounds, two assists, two blocks, two steals and three drawn charges against No. 3 North Carolina (2/6)
  • Scored 19 points on 8-of-14 shooting from the field against N.C. State (1/31)
  • Led the team with 16 points, nine rebounds, two blocks and two steals at Virginia Tech (1/24)
  • Recorded 17 points, four rebounds, one block and two steals against Clemson (1/19)
  • Posted 14 points, eight rebounds and a season-high four assists against Cornell (1/6)
  • Scored 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting, including 1-of-2 from the three-point line and 4-of-6 from the free throw line against No. 11 Pittsburgh (12/20) in Madison Square Garden
  • Tallied a double-double against Davidson (12/1) with 14 points and 12 rebounds
  • Named the Maui Invitational MVP after averaging 18 points and 6.7 rebounds in the three games ... shot .613 from the field (19-of-31), including .556 from three-point distance (5-of-9), and .917 from the foul line (11-of-12) at the Maui Invitational
  • Recorded 25 points and seven rebounds in the championship game of the Maui Invitational against Marquette (11/21) ... shot 7-of-11 from the field, including 3-of-5 from three-point range, and 8-of-8 from the foul line in the win over the Golden Eagles
  • Posted his first career double-double with 21 points and a season-high 12 rebounds against Princeton (11/19)
  • Made his collegiate debut with 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting to go along with seven rebounds and three blocks against N.C. Central (11/9) ... his three blocks tied the record for most blocks in a Duke player's first collegiate game, matching Mike Gminski, Cameron Hall and Cherokee Parks

High School

  • Four-year letterwinner at South Medford High School ... led the Panthers to a record of 110-10 over four years
  • The sixth-leading scorer in Oregon state history with 2,207 points
  • Named 2007 Oregonian Class 6A Co-Player of the Year
  • Two-time first team all-state selection and two-time Southern Oregon Conference player of the year
  • Three-time first team All-SOC and first team all-defense pick
  • Averaged 29.3 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.0 steals per game during his senior season ... led South Medford to the 2007 state championship with 18 points in the 58-54 title game
  • South Medford finished the year ranked 13th in USA Today's Super 25 national rankings
  • Scored 39 points on 16-of-26 shooting in the 99-90 loss to Oak Hill Academy and current teammate Nolan Smith, in the Les Schwab Invitational ... Les Schwab Invitational all-tournament team selection
  • Named the USA Today Player of the Week on Jan. 19, 2007 after being named the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions MVP and first team selection after averaging 30.7 points and 10.7 rebounds in three contests
  • Named a 2007 McDonald's All-America ... went 4-of-7 from the field for 10 points in the McDonald's All-American game
  • Named to the Nike Brand All-America team ... scored 16 points to help lead the Yellow squad to a 127-119 win in the Jordan Classic
  • First team Parade All-America selection and first team All-USA Today selection as a senior
  • Named second team Parade All-America as a junior ... also named to the EA Sports All-America second team in 2006
  • Averaged 20.5 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game, while shooting 60.6 percent from the field as a junior
  • Led South Medford to a 27-2 record and second place finish in the state tournament in 2006
  • Guided South Medford to a state championship as a sophomore, averaging 19.9 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game
  • Ranked fifth overall prospect and first among small forwards by Rivals.com
  • Also played football and baseball at South Medford
  • An all-state selection at quarterback in 2005
  • Earned 2004 all-conference first team honors as a tight end and as a defensive back ... an all-conference third team selection at tight end and defensive back in 2003

USA Basketball

  • Participated with the Men's College Select Team in 2010 ... the Select Team trained with the U.S. Men's Senior National Team in Las Vegas and New York in preparation for the 2010 World Championship
  • Named to the 2006 U18 USA Junior National Team ... averaged 11.0 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.3 steals as the USA captured a 4-0 mark and the gold medal at the 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
  • Also played in the 10th Annual 2007 Nike Hoops Summit ... scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds in the 100-80 Junior National Select victory over the World Select Team
  • Member of the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival White Team that finished 5-0 to claim the gold medal ... averaged 14.0 points and 3.4 rebounds, while shooting 60.0 percent from the field and 47.1 percent from three-point ... ranked third among all festival participants in field goal percentage, sixth in three-point percentage, sixth in free throw percentage and 12th in scoring

Personal

  • Born Kyle Edward Singler on May 4, 1988, in Medford, Oregon
  • Son of Kris and Ed Singler ... has one younger brother, E.J., and one older sister, Katen
  • Father, Ed, was a quarterback at Oregon State; mother, Kris, played basketball at Oregon State; brother, E.J., is a sophomore basketball player at Oregon; uncle, Rick Brosterhous, played basketball at Oregon; uncle, Greg Brosterhous, played football at Oregon; uncle, B.G. Brosterhous, played basketball at Texas; uncle, Bill Singler, played football at Stanford; and cousin, Ericka Brosterhous, played basketball at Oregon State
  • Hobbies include drawing, paintball, cards and frisbee golf
  • Favorite athletes are the late Pete Maravich and Larry Bird
  • A visual arts major
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