University of Michigan Basketball
All-Americans

Glen Rice

1989,   Forward

Glen Rice

The most prolific scorer in Michigan history, 6-7 forward Glen Rice led Michigan to the 1989 NCAA Championship. He set an NCAA Tournament record, scoring 184 points in six games, and was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player and an All-American. He won Big Ten scoring titles and all-conference honors in 1988 and 1989. In addition to the Big Ten scoring record (2,442 points), Rice holds the Michigan record for games played (134, tied with Loy Vaught), season scoring (949 points), season field goals made (363 in 1988/89), season field goals attempted (629, 1988/89), three-point field goal percentage (51.56, 1988/89) and scoring in an NCAA Tournament game (39 vs Florida in 1988). Rice played his high school ball at Flint Northwestern where he led his team to two state Class A championships and was named Michigan's "Mr. Basketball" in 1985.

Career Statistics
Year GP FG-FGA FG% 3P-3PA 3P-% FT-FTA FT% Reb Avg. Pts Avg
1986 32 105-191 .550 - - 15-25 .600 97 3.0 225 7.0
1987 32 226-402 .562 3-12 .250 85-108 .787 294 9.2 540 16.9
1988 33 308-539 .571 33-77 .429 79-98 .806 236 7.2 728 22.1
1989 37 363-629 .557 99-192 .516 124-149 .832 232 6.3 949 25.6
Totals 134 1002-1761 .569 135-281 .480 124-149 .797 859 6.4 2442 18.2

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