VILLANOVA: Possesses a smooth shooting stroke with range beyond the 3-point line ... Moves well without the basketball ... Can be used at either forward position.
2002-03: Suspended for final three games of season for his role in the campus telephone access incident ... Contributed five points in 17 minutes of a 88-63 loss at Virginia Tech on March 1 ... Tallied a season-high seven points in a 57-56 loss at Seton Hall on Feb. 27 ... His 16 minutes in a 75-56 win over Miami at the Pavilion on Feb. 25 were a season high and the most since Feb. 17, 2001 ... His two assists and two rebounds were career highs ... Was not available on Jan. 8 vs. Virginia Tech due to a stomach virus ... Scored first point of season in 94-83 win over Boston College on Jan. 22 ... Attempted one field goal in one minute in 73-61 loss to Marquette on Nov. 15.
2001-02: Injuries limited him early and then he had a tough time breaking into the playing rotation ... Saw only 48 minutes of action for the season ... Recorded a season-high five points in six minutes of a 102-73 victory over Saint Joseph’s on Jan. 28 at the Pavilion ... Logged a season-high 12 minutes, scoring three points at Miami on Jan. 24 ... Scored three points in an 88-81 overtime loss to Boston College at the Pavilion ... Dressed but did not play due to a sprained right ankle in Villanova’s first two games...Saw his first minute of action this season in a 61-58 loss against La Salle Nov. 27.
2000-01: Earned a spot in the regular rotation late in the season ... Made several big baskets, most notably in wins over Georgetown (Feb. 12) and Connecticut (Feb. 10) ... Scored six points in 93-79 loss to Boston College in Big East Tournament quarterfinals on March 8 ... Contributed five points in 71-55 win over St. John’s on Feb. 25 ... Scored six points in career high 18 minutes in 80-62 loss to Miami on Feb. 17 ... Came up with five key points in the second half of Villanova’s 59-56 win at Georgetown on Feb. 12 ... Saw 14 minutes of action against the Hoyas ... Enjoyed the best day of his young career on Feb. 10 in a 74-60 win over Connecticut ... Came off the bench in the second half to drop in career high 13 points, including 4-of-4 from beyond the 3-point arc ... Dropped in a 3-point field goal in 80-51 victory over Pennsylvania on Feb. 6
FRESNO CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: Enrolled at the school in August of 1999 as an exchange student ... Notched a career high of 33 points in one game ... Averaged 20.3 points and five rebounds per game ... Connected on 45 percent of his attempts from beyond the 3-point arc ... Converted 81 percent of his free throw attempts ... Named to the Fresno Bee all-star team and was voted first team all-Valley ... Earned academic honors as well.
PERSONAL: The youngest son of Volker and Ute Bloch ... Has an older brother named Thomas (22) ... Born 2/5/82 in Germany ... A Finance major at Villanova ... Enjoys listening to music.