40 Justin Hallowell
40 Justin Hallowell
Height: 6’7”
Weight: 210
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
High School: Thomas Worthington
Position: F

One of the conference’s top returning players who looks to make his senior year, his best year … Will be looked to for strong defense, often against post players, and rebounding, in addition to his offensive skills … Has continued to improve driving ability and post-up game, to go with outstanding outside shooting as he is 47 3-pointers made away from the conference’s career record in that category (276, Jamie Harless, Kenyon, 1991-95) … 2010-11: Earned second-team all-NCAC honors and played particularly well during the Scots’ run to the national championship, averaging 13.7 points and a team-high 8.0 rebounds in six NCAA Div. III Championships games to boost season numbers to 11.9 points and 6.1 rebounds … Finished 14th in the NCAC in scoring, ninth in rebounding, second in 3-pointers made (79), and third in  3-point percentage (.414) … Also was the squad’s leader in free throw percentage (.870) and blocks (23) … Had two double-doubles, highlighted by 19 points and career-high 15 rebounds against Benedictine (March 4) in NCAA’s first round … Tallied 19 points and eight boards in NCAC Tournament finals against archrival Wittenberg (Feb. 26) … Made 7-of-10 3-pointers versus Baruch (Jan. 2) … Defensive MVP of the “Mose” Hole Classic (Dec. 28-29) … Scored in double figures 20 times, including season-high 26 at Anderson (Dec. 20) … 2009-10: Contributed 9.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, and a team-best 0.7 blocked shots per game as starting power forward … Ranked 12th in the league in rebounding, seventh in 3-pointers (2.1 made per game), and ninth in blocks … Was averaging 10.1 points before injury at Hiram (Feb. 10) caused him to miss the four ensuing games, and he averaged 5.2 points the last five games … Made all but five free throws on the year (28-for-33; .848) … Highlight was first career double-double (13 points, 12 rebounds) during a win at rival Wittenberg (Jan. 23) … Season-best 24 points, keyed by 7-of-14 3-pointers vs. N.C. Wesleyan (Dec. 13), which helped him land all-tourney honors at Randolph-Macon’s Briggs Elliott Tournament … 2008-09: Selected as the D3hoops.com Rookie of the Year, as well as the NCAC Newcomer of the Year and second-team all-NCAC … Shattered the school record for 3-pointers made with 94, or 3.24 per game, which ranked 18th nationally, while his percentage of .514 was even more impressive, rating fourth across NCAA Div. III in that category … Also accumulated the ninth-best free throw rate in team history (.879), including a streak of 23, and his shooting efficiency resulted in a 14.2 scoring average … Led the league in both 3-pointers and 3-point percentage and was third in free throw percentage, eighth in field-goal percentage (.498), 11th in scoring, and 16th in rebounding (4.7 rpg) … NCAC Tournament MVP after averaging 20.3 points and making 14-of-22 3-pointers (.636), highlighted by a 33-point, 8-rebound performance in the championship game (Feb. 28) … Also tourney MVP of the “Mose” Hole Classic … Another 30-point game, including a 3-pointer, estimated to be from 27-to-28 feet at the end of regulation, came in a double-overtime win against Denison (Feb. 11) … Made first eight 3-pointers and 8-of-9 overall during key victory at Hiram (Feb. 4) … Scots lost only game he did not play (injury) … Prior to Wooster: Honorable mention pick for the all-district team as a senior at Thomas Worthington High School, coached by Bob Miller … Two-time all-Ohio Capital Conference player, including first-team during 2007-08 … Averaged 13 points, seven rebounds, and three assists over two years with the varsity, while helping Cardinals to a 36-9 mark … Personal: Born Dec. 28, 1989 … Son of Barclay and Becky Hallowell … Majoring in philosophy.