Chris Riedel

Number14
ClassFr.
PositionF
Height6-5
HometownWoodland Park, Colo.
Prev. SchoolWoodland Park HS

Statistics

                        |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---|               |----REBOUNDS----|
Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2003-04  16-1  218 13.6  16-42   .381   5-16   .312   6-7    .857    9  11   20  1.2  12  0   8  17   2   6   43  2.7

Notes:

2003-04 Riedel played in 16 games, starting one, as a freshman for the Mountain Lions. ... He averaged 2.7 points per game and shot 86 percent from the free-throw line.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: He was named All-State twice while playing at Woodland Park High School ... He was ranked in the state's top 10 for three point shooting and in the conference's top ten for scoring back-to-back years.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Riedel is majoring in Business ... He ejoys music sports, and TV. ... His parents are Dwayne and Debbie Johnson. He has two sisters, Jenny and Katie, and also a step brother, Kyle and a step sister, Leandra.

Stories featuring Chris Riedel

December 9, 2003Late 3-pointer keeps Mountain Lions winlessFour minutes into the second half of their fourth game, the CU-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions got their first lead of the season. Their first win, however, will have to wait.David Ward hit a 3-pointer from five feet beyond the arc with 12 seconds remaining, then Michael Reich blocked a Trey White 3-point attempt with two seconds left as the Colorado College defeated CU-Colorado Springs 70-67 Tuesday night at the Lions' Den. The loss dropped the Mountain Lions to 0-4.
December 4, 2003Metro State blasts Mountain LionsIt can only get better.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team (0-3) lost its home opener to the Metro State Roadrunners (3-2). That, by itself is no big news, since Metro State has won two of the past four national championships and five straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference titles. What was astounding, though, was the 101-43 score.
November 16, 2003Fletcher provides new direction for 2003-04 seasonWhen a team posts only one winning record in 14 seasons, something needs to change. That's exactly what University of Colorado at Colorado Springs athletic director Randy Cubero had in mind when he appointed Marty Fletcher as the Mountain Lions' head men's basketball coach for the 2003-04 season.
October 25, 2003Bain, transfers shine in scrimmageJack Bain scored 26 points and grabbed 19 rebounds as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs played its first formal intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday.
Visit our Facebook pageVisit the UCCS Mount Lion's Twitter pageVisit the UCCS Mountain Lions Youtube pageVisit UCCS Rss feeds