21 - Ian Goldberg
Ian Goldberg
Height: 5-10
Weight: 170
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Manhattan, N.Y.
High School: Poly Prep
Position: G

Career Statistics

2011-12: Team co-captain … Voted onto Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly-SIDA Academic All-Area Team … Voted First-Team All-Centennial Conference …Named to Centennial Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll for second time ... Named the Centennial's player of the week (2/13) … Cracked through the 1,000-point career plateau during final collegiate game, finishing career with 1,028 points, 10th-most in program history … Started all 25 games and played a conference-high 35.1 minutes per game … Finished eighth in the conference in points per game (15.6), second in assists per game (3.5), and fourth in three-point field goal percentage (.409 ) all of which led the Fords … Poured in a career-high 32 points in a victory over Ursinus (2/8) … Led team in scoring 13 times and in assists 17 times.

2010-11: Team co-captain … Voted Second-Team All-Centennial Conference … Named to Centennial Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll … Started all 26 games this season and averaged a conference-high 35.92 minutes per game … Posted a conference and team-best .449 three-point field goal percentage … Fourth in the conference in assists (91) which led the team … Scoring average of 12.8 points per game was third-highest for the Fords … Posted team-high in points four times over the season with a high of 30 in overtime victory at Ursinus (12/8) … Led team in assists 19 times.

2009-10: Played in all 24 games earning starting nod 16 times … Second on team in assists with 46 … Posted career-highs in nearly every statistical category including made field-goals (59), made three-pointers (27), points (188) and scoring average (7.8), rebounds (59) and steals (25) … Recorded season-high 22 points in 61-53 win at Dickinson (1/30) … Led team in scoring three times and in assists six times … Reached double-figures in scoring nine times.

2008-09: Played in 24 of 25 games, earning a start four times in first season with the Fords … Recorded single-game season high of 15 points in home loss against Ursinus (2/18) … 21 three-point field goals was third most on team … Led team in scoring three times over season … Registered team high in assists three times.