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2012-13: Not eligible play due to NCAA transfer rules.
AT WAKE FOREST (2011-12): Registered eight points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks versus Loyola (Md.) (11/11/11)...Registered four points, six rebounds, three assists and three blocks versus Georgia Southern (11/16/11)...Scored four points and grabbed four rebounds versus North Carolina Central (11/20/11)...Scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds versus Arizona State (11/25/11)...Scored four points and grabbed four rebounds versus Texas Tech (11/27/11)...Notched a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds at Nebraska (11/30/11)...Registered seven points, four rebounds and three blocks at High Points (12/7/11)...Scored eight points and grabbed three rebounds at Seton Hall (12/10/11)...Registered a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds versus UNCW (12/21/11)...Scored eight points and grabbed 10 rebounds versus Yale (12/29/11)...Scored two points and had eight boards at Boston College (1/21/12)...Registered seven points and four rebounds versus North Carolina (1/31/12)...Scored six points and grabbed six rebounds at Virginia (2/8/12)...Registered 13 points and seven boards and two assists versus Boston College (2/25/12)...Scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds versus Duke (2/28/12)...Registered nine points, four blocks, one rebound and one assist at Georgia Tech (3/3/12)...Led the team and ranked fourth in the ACC and 47th nationally in blocks per game in 2012...Ranked third on the team in rebounding...In ACC play, averaged 4.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 17.2 minutes per game... Ranked eighth in the ACC in blocks during conference play.
AT WAKE FOREST (2010-11): Made his collegiate start versus Stetson (11/12/10)...Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds versus Hampton (11/15/10)... Registered five points, three boards and five blocks versus VCU (11/16/10)...Scored four points and grabbed three rebounds at Elon on 11/20/10... Scored 10 points including 6-6 from the line and grabbed six rebounds versus Winthrop (11/22/10)...Scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds versus Marist (11/23/10)...Registered six points and three rebounds versus Iowa (11/30/10)...Scored four points and grabbed three rebounds versus Holy Cross (12/4/10)...Registered four points and three boards versus Presbyterian (12/21/10)...Registered five points, two rebounds and five blocks versus High Point (1/5/11)...Scored six points and grabbed seven rebounds at North Carolina State (1/8/11)...Registered five points, nine rebounds and seven blocks versus Maryland o(1/12/11)...Scored three points and grabbed five rebounds at Georgia Tech (1/19/11)...Registered five points, four boards and two assists versus Duke (1/22/11)...Scored 11 points, grabbed five rebounds, dished out three assists and had four blocks at Maryland (2/5/11)...Registered six points, six rebounds and two blocks versus North Carolina State (2/13/11)...Scored seven points, grabbed two rebounds and had three blocks at Boston College (3/6/11)...Totaled 52 blocks on the year, the second-most ever for a Wake Forest freshman, trailing only Tim Duncan's 124 in 1994...Ranked sixth in the ACC and 85th nationally in blocks per game (1.7)...Ranked fifth in the ACC in blocks in conference games (2.0 bpg)...Ranked second among ACC freshmen in blocks...In two games against Maryland, he had totals of 16 points, 14 rebounds, 11 blocks and five assists...His seven blocks against Maryland on Jan. 12 were one shy of Duncan's school freshman record...Received the team's Skip Prosser Award...Received the school's King Fisher Society Student-Athlete of the Week Award on March 11.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts...Led the Red Raiders to the Massachusetts Division I state title as a sophomore in 2007-08 and as a senior in 2009-10...Averaged 16.6 points, 13.5 rebounds, 6.5 blocks and shot 52.9 percent from the floor his senior year...Ranked No. 9 center and No. 41 overall prospect according to Scout.com and No. 5 center and No. 81 overall according to Rivals.com following his senior season...ESPN listed him as a No. 5 center and No. 64 overall prospect and top-rated recruit out of New Hampshire...Played for the Mass Rivals AAU program.
Name: Carson A. Desrosiers
Birthdate: October 25, 1991
Family: Son of Andrew and Debi Desrosiers... Has two sisters, Candice and Kendall
Favorite Team: Boston Celtics
Favorite Athletes: Kevin Garnett, Ryan Anderson
Favorite Food: Seafood
Favorite Books: Into the Wild, The Last Season
Biggest Thrill in Sports: Attending the 17th Celtics banner raising game