10 Doug Thorpe
10 - Doug Thorpe
Height: 5’9”
Weight: 185
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
High School: Eastmoor Academy
Position: G

Will play a significant role in the backcourt, whether he starts or continues to serve as a sparkplug off the bench … Had a very good off-season, according to the coaching staff, as he’s more aggressive and confident … Hopes to establish consistency, already having established the ability to play very well in spurts his first two years … A good ball handler who plays bigger than his height and can shoot the ball well, too … 2011-12: Scots’ fifth-leading scorer (6.3 ppg), while playing in every game … Finished with the third-best 3-point percentage in the league, hitting 37-of-89 (.416) … Hit double figures in scoring eight times, including five of the last 12 … Combined for 19 points in the three NCAA Div. III Championship games, including sharing team honors with 13 against Illinois Wesleyan in sectional semifinals (March 9) … Made career-high three steals in NCAA first-round win (March 2), including one late that led to transition lay-up and 64-59 lead of eventual 70-63 victory over Maryville (Tenn.) … Fueled a Scot comeback victory over Mid-Atlantic regional power St. Mary’s (Md.), helping erase a 20-point deficit early in the second half with career highs in scoring (12) and assists (4) … Increased career-best to 21 points against Thiel (Dec. 29)   en route to all-tournament team honors at the “Mose” Hole Classic … Connected on four 3-pointers twice, highlighted by a 4-of-4, 18-point performance against Wabash (Feb. 4) … 2010-11: Saw increased action as the season progressed, coming into 14 games, including three in the NCAA Div. III Championships … Totaled 32 points (2.3 average), five rebounds, and three assists … Sparked a last-ditch rally for the Scots with a 3-pointer in the national championship game loss to St. Thomas (March 19) … Scored five points in the opening half of NCAA first-round triumph against Benedictine (March 4) and four against Cabrini  (March 11) in the sectional semifinals … Season-high eight points, including 2-of-2 3-pointers, came at Kenyon (Jan. 26) … Prior to Wooster: Averaged 18.3 points as a junior and 17.6 points as a senior while at Eastmoor Academy, coached by Sean Taylor … First-team all-city both seasons, and two-time all-district award winner as well … Lettered three times … Personal: Born on Nov. 16, 1991 … Son of Douglas and Thea Thorpe … Majoring in business economics.