P.J. Forrest

HometownSan Antonio, Texas
Prev. SchoolEastern New Mexico


                        |---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
2005-06  24-19 708 29.5  55-142  .387  24-75   .320  39-58   .672   14  48   62  2.6  57  0  83  64   0  20  173  7.2


2005-06: Was seventh in the RMAC in assists with 3.46 per game ... His 83 assists was the 11th-best mark in UCCS history ... Scored a career-high 15 points against Colorado Christian on Jan. 5 ... Knocked down a dramatic, leaning 3-pointer at the buzzer to send Feb. 18's game against Fort Lewis into overtime ... UCCS won the game in double overtime ... Logged a career-high nine assists in the season opener ainst Grand Canyon ... Averaged 7.2 points and 2.6 rebounds per game.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Transferred from Eastern New Mexico University ... Named All-Western Conference in 2000 ... Led Florida College in minutes, 3-point percentage, and free throw percentage as a Freshman ... Led team in minutes and assists his sophomore year.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Communications ... Has one brother, Ean who plays at ENMU ... Has one sister, Tisa ... Parents are Paul and Debra Forrest ... Born February 8, 1982.

Stories featuring P.J. Forrest

March 21, 2006Caton named men's basketball coachThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs athletic department announced Tuesday that Russ Caton had been named the school's new men's basketball coach.
February 18, 2006UCCS stuns Fort Lewis in double overtimeCOLORADO SPRINGS-P.J. Forrest hit a leaning buzzer-beater to put Saturday's game into overtime and Bly McGuire duplicated the feat to send it into double overtime, but in the end it was two free throws by Todd Crist that lifted the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to an 82-81 victory over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks at the Lions' Den.
February 16, 2006UCCS fades in second half, loses to Adams StateCOLORADO SPRINGS- Roman Moniak scored 20 points to lead the Adams State Grizzlies to a come-from-behind 68-59 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Thursday night at the Lions' Den.
February 3, 2006UCCS suffers pointless lossDURANGO- It all seemed so, well, pointless.
January 31, 2006Search for new coach beginsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs announced Tuesday that it had begun its search for a new men's basketball coach.
January 27, 2006Fabulous four minutes provides glimpse in lossPUEBLO- For four minutes Friday night, the light bulb went on for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team. The offense moved, the defense stopped and the planets aligned as the Mountain Lions, for a while, firmly grasped the concepts that won coach Doug Schakel over 500 games and a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.
January 24, 2006UCCS drops fourth straightMountain Lions- fans have yet to see any victories since interim coach Doug Schakel took over the team just over a week ago. Schakel, however, has.
January 21, 2006Mountain Lions look in mirror during loss to Mesa StateThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's basketball team got an up close and personal look Saturday night at what the Mountain Lions are trying to become.
January 14, 2006Slow start sinks UCCSPatrick Hannaway had 22 points but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was unable to overcome a slow start in a 94-76 loss to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday at Kearney, Neb.
January 11, 2006Mountain Lions get Kirkham win No. 300Stephen Kirkham's 300th collegiate basketball victory came in a game he never wanted to coach in the first place.
January 5, 2006Second-half collapse cages Mountain LionsAmong history's most infamous collapses are the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome roof, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and Pauly Shore's career. Add to that list the Mountain Lions' second-half performance on Thursday.
December 30, 2005Hannaway outstanding but not perfectA sad irony of sports is that on the same night one is nearly perfect, the slightest imperfection can be incredibly costly.
December 28, 2005Good performance not enough against Division I CSUWell, that's enough of that - at least for now.
December 16, 2005Halftime deficit too much to overcome in loss to RegisDENVER- Patrick Hannaway had 26 points and 11 rebounds but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was unable to overcome a halftime deficit in an 84-78 loss to the Regis Rangers Friday night at Regis Fieldhouse.
December 10, 2005Career highs not enough to stop TigersDespite career highs from both Patrick Hannaway and Bryan Snyder the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was beaten 86-59 by the Fort Hays State Tigers Saturday night at the Lions' Den.
December 8, 2005UCCS men win conference openerIt took University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Lance Hammond exactly one Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game to match his win total from last year.
November 30, 2005Grand Canyon completes season sweepThe Mountain Lions started out playing a basketball game Wednesday night but ended up letting themselves get into a track meet.
November 15, 2005Men's basketball drops openerThe Mountain Lions got a taste of the future Tuesday night, but ended up with a result of the past.
November 13, 2005Men's basketball previewNever have meaningless exhibition games been more meaningful to a basketball program. At least that's what the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is hoping.
November 12, 2005UCCS impressive, but drops final exhibitionPatrick Hannaway took the inbounds pass with four seconds remaining. He went left to avoid one Denver defender, then sprinted right, across the midcourt stripe, to elude another pursuing guard. He deked 6-foot-11 center Yemi Nicholson then set himself to fire the tying 3-pointer against the Division I Pioneers.
November 5, 2005UCCS tops CC in exhibitionSure, it was only an exhibition game, but Mountain Lions basketball fans may want to allow themselves to start getting just a little excited
Visit our Facebook pageVisit the UCCS Mount Lion's Twitter pageVisit the UCCS Mountain Lions Youtube pageVisit UCCS Rss feeds