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12  Bryan Beasley
Bryan Beasley

Hometown:
Pflugerville, Texas

High School:
Pflugerville HS

Last College:
Texas A&M

Weight:
193

Position:
G

Birthdate:
01/24/1988

Experience:
4L


03/02/2011

Rice Senior Night

Images from Rice University's Senior Night held March 2, 2011

02/19/2011

Memphis vs. Rice

Images from Rice University's 67-52 win over Memphis.

12/01/2010

Arizona vs. Rice Photo Gallery

Images from the Owls' game against Arizona.

06/19/2009

Bryan Beasley Gallery

Images of Bryan Beasley

Saw action in 115 games, starting 39 contests during his four-year career as an Owl ... scored 281 points, had 158 rebounds, 153 assists and 73 steals during career ... also blocked 12 shots during career.

2010-11
Had a late start to his senior season, missing the first three games of the year with a hamstring injury ... started the final 14 contests of his career ... for the year, scored 48 points, grabbed 34 rebounds and had 45 assists ... blocked five shots from his point guard position during the year ... in final game played in his native Central Texas, equaled a career high with four assists to go along with three points and two rebounds in 62-59 loss to nationally-ranked Texas ... began play at the Las Vegas Invitational with two points, two assists and two steals in the Owls' win over Stetson ... equaled career mark with four assists in final game of the tournament against Oral Roberts ... had a crucial steal in the final seconds of the LSU game then knocked down a pair of free throws with nine seconds to play to help secure a 74-68 win over the Tigers ... registered blocked shots in back-to-back wins over LSU and TCU ... had three points and an assist against Tulane in the Conference USA opener ... credited with three assists in 10 minutes of play against Southern Miss ... scored three points and had three assists in road game at UTEP ... made his first start of the season in road victory at UCF ... in 20 minutes of action, was 2-for-2 from the field and had an assist and a rebound against the Knights ... registered a season-high five rebounds to go with three points and an assist in 28 minutes of action in win over cross-town rival Houston ... had three assists, a steal and no turnovers in road win at Tulane ... posted a three-point, two-assist, two-steal game in the Owls' outing at Marshall ... second game of the season against Houston, drilled a three-pointer on the Owls' second possession and Rice never trailed again against the Cougars ... in a first-round victory over SMU at the Conference USA Championship, scored two points and grabbed four rebounds to go along with two assists and two steals in a 58-57 win over the Mustangs ... played a season-high 29 minutes in his last game as an Owl, scoring three points and dishing out two assists in the Owls' C-USA Championship quarterfinal game against Tulsa.


2009-10
Averaged 1.7 points as a junior ... began the year with a four-point effort against Sacramento State ... scored three points, knocking down lone shot, and had a steal in the Owls' win over Furman ... helped provide a defensive spark in the Owls' 70-57 win over Santa Clara ... offensively, had two assists in the win over the Broncos ... scored five points in final nonconference game of the year played at TCU ... was 2-for-3 from the field in 12 minutes of action ... equaled an early-season scoring high with five points at Tulane ... against SMU had two assists while not turning the ball over during seven minutes of play ... scored two points, knocking down lone field goal attempt and had two rebounds in overtime home game against Tulane ... had a season-high three assists at Southern Miss ... started the second half of game against East Carolina, proving a spark off the bench ... scored a season-high seven points to go along with two rebounds, an assist and a steal while not turning the ball over ... 17 minutes of playing time against the Pirates was a season high.

2008-09
Averaged 3.0 points and 1.2 rebounds as a sophomore ... also had 41 assists and 18 steals during the year ... shot 37 percent from the field and knocked down 39 percent of his three-point attempts (13-of-33) ... scored seven points in nine minutes off the bench against Portland State in the season opener ... was 2-for-2 from the field, knocking down his lone three-point attempt ... also made two free throw attempts ... against Cal Poly at the Basketball Travelers Invitational, came off the bench to knock down a pair of big three-pointers ... also had four rebounds and four assists against the Mustangs ... had a nine-point, two rebound effort against North Florida at the tournament ... had an assist, a steal and a block in 17 minutes of action against UNF ... also scored nine points against Lamar ... Pflugerville native returned to Central Texas and saw 19 minutes of action against Texas ... did not attempt a shot from the field but made two free throws, had two assists and one rebound ... matched a career high, scoring 13 points against Texas State ... also had five rebounds and four steals in his first start of the season at point guard ... two days earlier also scored 13 points, going 5-for-6 from the field against UTSA ... played a season-high 32 minutes against both UTSA and Texas State ... had three assists and no turnovers in 26 minutes of play in a win over UALR ... was 1-for-6 from the field but made 3-of-4 free throws in finishing with five points ... played 11 minutes, dishing out two assists and turning the ball over once in a oad win at UCF ... scored two points on 1-for-2 shooting.

2007-08
Transferred to Rice from Texas A&M and was granted eligibility prior to the season (was a red-shirted freshman the previous year at Texas A&M) ... played in all 30 games for the Owls this season, starting 20 ... for the year averaged 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds ... 53 assists (1.8 pg) was second on the squad ... prior to breaking for finals, scored nine points in games against both Texas State and Texas ... was 5-for-8 from the field during the week ... also had a career-high six rebounds in the Owls' 88-81 win over Texas State ... prior to the games against Texas State and Texas, had played a maximum of 18 minutes, but against the two in-state opponents averaged 34.5 minutes of playing time ... later in the month went 3-for-6 from the field and finished with eight points, three assists and three steals against Lamar ... returned to Texas A&M on New Year's Eve and was credited with 40 minutes of playing time (was substituted for 28 seconds in the first half) ... finished with a career-high matching four assists as well as three steals against the Aggies ... wrapped up his first season with the Owls by averaging better than 35 minutes a game over the last five contests ... capped the year with a 10-point night against Southern Miss at the Conference USA Tournament ... posted a 4-for-9 shooting performance against the Golden Eagles ... prior to the league tournament scored eight points, knocking down 2-of-4 three-pointers in regular-season finale against SMU ... turned the ball over just once in a combined 74 minutes of action against SMU and Southern Miss at the end of the year.

2006-07
Attended Texas A&M and redshirted.

Pflugerville High School
Named Central Texas Player of the Year as a senior at Pflugerville after averaging 17.4 points per game...played for Team USA at the 2006 Global Games in Dallas...earned all-state honors...played in the state high school all-star game...was the state of Texas' top-ranked point guard by Rivals.com, which also ranked him among its top 150 players nationally...rated as the state's ninth best prospect overall by Texas Hoops...scored a career-best 36 points in a playoff game against Waco in 2004...played AAU basketball for the Texas Ambassadors, a team coached by his father, Mark... carried a 4.3 grade-point-average in high school and was a member of the National Honor Society and the Texas Academic All-State Team.

Personal
Born Jan. 24, 1988, in Austin ... son of Mark and Harriet Beasley ... has a younger sister, Alyssa ... majoring in Mathematical Economics Analysis.

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