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Mark  Dorris
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Mark Dorris


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Princeton HS

Last College:
St. Catharine College

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 175




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2006-07 (Junior):
Appeared in all 32 games with 29 starts, averaging 28.2 minutes per game...led team in 3-point percentage at 35.6 percent (48-for-135) and free throw attempts (136)...second on team in scoring (13.6 ppg - 14th in C-USA), field goals-made attempted (146-of-344), 3-point field goals made-attempted (48-of-135), free throws made (95), steals (45) and assists (t-57)... led team in scoring 10 times, including season's last four games, while reaching double-digits 22 times with six 20-point outings...solid in season-opener vs. UNC Greensboro (Nov. 11) with 14 points, seven rebounds, four steals, three assists and two blocks...scored a career-high 24 points thanks to a career-best eight field goals (8-for-10, 4-for-6 3FG) vs. Missouri-Kansas City (Nov. 25) at Great Alaska Shootout...grabbed five rebounds with four assists, a block and a steal against the Kangaroos... led team in three games in Alaska with 15.7 ppg...netted team-high 22 points vs. Bowling Green (Dec. 22) with career-highs in FT-FTA (9-for-11)...named C-USA Player of the Week on Jan. 2 for his game-high 20 points in the Herd's win over Virginia Tech (Dec. 30)...sank 7-of-13 field goals vs. the Hokies, including three 3-pointers, with four rebounds, two steals and an assist...dished out career-high six assists vs. Ohio (Jan. 3)...posted first career double-double thanks to career- and team season-high 11 rebounds with 17 points vs. Tulsa (Jan. 17), tied career-high with four 3FGM...scored game-high 21 points in career-high 38 minutes vs. Houston (Jan. 27) with eight vs. UH began second streak of season of six games with a 3FG...heated up down the stretch, reaching double-digits in points in 16 of the last 17 games with an average of 15.8 ppg over the season's final nine games...swiped a career- and team season-high six steals vs. Tulane (Feb. 17)...hit a jumper with the game tied and 28 seconds remaining at East Carolina (Feb. 21) to give MU the victory...recorded a career-high five assists vs. Pirates...scored 23 points in regular-season finale at Southern Miss (March 3)...averaged 18 points and five rebounds in the Herd's two C-USA Championship games - led team in scoring in both games (15 vs. UAB; 21 vs. Memphis).

2005-06 (Sophomore):
After late arrival to the Herd, provided a very positive contribution...played in all 28 games and started in 23 at the two guard position...scored in all but one game he appeared in...averaged 5.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per game...scored in double-digits twice, including a career-best 18 points on 6-of-11 shooting in an overtime win vs. Kennesaw State (Dec. 30)...scored 14 points in win over Southern Miss (Feb. 25)...also had career-high eight rebounds vs. Kennesaw State and went 6-for-9 from the free-throw line in career-high 30 minutes played...made 4-of-6 three-point attempts vs. Southern Miss...recorded season-high four steals at Tulane (Feb. 4)...blocked season-best two shots at Appalachian State on Jan. 4.

2004-05 (St. Catharine College):
Played one season at St. Catharine College in Kentucky...averaged 13.6 points on a team that finished 21-6... anked in the top-20 in the league in scoring, assists (3.3), and steals (1.9).

High School:
Attended Princeton HS, where he led the city of Cincinnati in steals and the Greater Miami Conference (GMC) in steals for two years in a row...first team all-city and all-GMC for two years, and the GMC Player of the Year his senior season...was a preseason McDonald's All-American before senior season at Princeton.

Son of Annette Dorris and the late Mark Dorris, Sr.... father played basketball at the University of Cincinnati...changed his number to 34 after sophomore season in honor of his father, who wore the number in high school...has one sister, Jontae (24), who attends Miami (Ohio), and one brother, Michael (18).