Jim Hanchett

Jim Hanchett

Player Profile


Atlanta, GA

High School:
McIntosh (Georgia)

Last College:
Utah Valley State

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 248



OREGON STATE 2004-2005: Hanchett (pronounced Han-SETT) is a physical "blue collar" player...known for his hustle and relentless play...quick hands...often defends players who are bigger than him...a scorer in the paint...quick leaper that enables him to corral rebounds over taller players...head coach Jay John calls him a "natural rebounder"...a fan favorite...recipient of OSU's Waldo-Cummings Award in the spring of 2004, signifying oustanding academic achievement and superior extracurricular achievements.

2003-2004: Jim did not start as a junior, but finished fourth for the team in scoring at 7.3 points...he averaged 21.6 minutes off the bench, the most by a Beaver substitute...hit .489 (86-176) from the field, the second best percentage on the team...second on the team for rebounding at 5.5...second on the team for double-doubles with three -- vs. Kansas State, Arizona, and Washington...scored a career-high 18 points in a December outing vs. Boise State, and tallied 16 at USC...scored in double figures in eight games...grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds at Washington, and added 10 at Arizona and vs. Kansas State...shot .550 (11-20) from the field over the last five games.

UTAH VALLEY STATE Hanchett played for current Beaver assistant coach Jeff Reinert in 1999-2000, before serving on a two-year LDS Mission to Brazil...he earned honorable mention All-American honors as a sophomore after averaging 15.4 points, a Scenic West Athletic Conference high 11.3 rebounds and shot 58 percent from the field...earned first team All-SWAC selection his freshman and sophomore seasons...started all 26 games he appeared in, missing seven games due to a stress fracture in his ankle...recorded 14 double-doubles for his sophomore season, with season highs of 28 points vs. Salt Lake Metro and 20 rebounds vs. Salt Lake College...team captain as a sophomore...he was named the 2003 UVSC Student-Athlete of the Year for men's basketball and the school's overall Male Athlete of the Year.

MCINTOSH Jim lettered four years and started three seasons for the school located in Peachtree City, Georgia...team captain as a senior and averaged 17 points and 11 rebounds...all-region team selection as a junior and senior...also attended Killeen High School in Texas and Harrison High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado...earned one letter in tennis at McIntosh.

PERSONAL Born in Fort Lewis, Washington...married to the former Destiny Bartlett...the couple are expecting their first child in July....son of Don Hanchett and Janene Best...Don is a U.S. Army Colonel Chaplain...has 10 siblings...his father played basketball at Grossmont College and BYU, and his sister (Susan) played basketball at Ricks College and Western State...hobbies include outdoor activities such as camping, fishing and hunting...served a two-year LDS Mission in Brazil prior to his sophomore year at UVSC...has resided in Germany, Brazil, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Colorado, Texas, New Jersey, New York, Hawaii and Georgia...he is a significant participant in the Athletic Department's community service area and is the student welfare Chair for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee...majoring in pre-dentistry.

YEARG/GSFG-FGA.PCT3FG-3FGA.PCTFT-FTA.PCTPTSAVG.REBAVG.PF/DATOBKSTMIN 200428/086-176.4894-10.40028-63.4442047.31555.585/43152837204 Total28/086-176.4894-10.40028-63.4442047.31555.585/43152837204

GAMES OF NOTE Dec. 20, 2003 vs. Boise State -- Jim hit 8 of 12 field goal attempts and grabbed eight rebounds in 26 minutes against the Broncos...he scored a career-high 18 points for the game.

Dec. 22, 2003 vs. Sacramento State -- Jim followed up his 18-point effort vs. Boise State with 13 points in a victory over the visiting Hornets...he was 6 of 7 from the field, had four rebounds, and a career-high six assists.

Jan. 4, 2004 at USC -- Jim burried 7-10 field goals attempts in a 16-point performance vs. the Trojans at the Sports Arena...also gathered seven rebounds.

CAREER-HIGHS Points:18 vs. Boise State (12/20/03) Rebounds: 11 at Washington (2/13/04) Assists:6 vs. Sacramento State (12/22/03) Blocked Shots:1, eight times Steals:3, twice Field Goals:8 vs. Boise State (12/20/03) Field Goals Att.:14 vs. Kansas State (12/6/03) 3-Pt FGS: 1, four times 3-Pt FGS Att.:3 vs. Kansas State (12/6/03) Free Throws:3, twice FT Att.:7 at California (2/28/04) Minutes: 38 vs. Kansas State (12/6/03)

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