4 Marcus Douthit
    Marcus Douthit

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Syracuse, N.Y.

    High School:
    Notre Dame Prep

    Height / Weight:
    6-10 / 235

    Position:
    Center

    Birthdate:
    04/15/1980


    2003-04: Recorded 10 rebounds and seven blocks against Hofstra (11/22/03)...Scored 10 points against South Florida (12/2/03)...Registered nine points and four blocks against Rhode Island (12/6/03)...Tied a Jimmy V Classic record with six blocks versus Illinois (12/9/03)...Recorded five blocks, six points and eight rebounds against Central Connecticut (12/21/03)...Shot 4-6 from the field and scored nine points versus Richmond (12/23/03)...Recorded six points and three blocks versus Siena (12/28/03)...Registered six blocks, four assists and seven rebounds at Virginia (1/3/04)...Scored 14 points, was 10-10 from the free-throw line, grabbed seven rebounds, made four steals and registered three blocks and three assists versus Texas (1/5/04)...Recorded his first double-double of the season with 16 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks at Rutgers (1/10/04)...Recorded 14 points and nine rebounds versus Seton Hall (1/12/04)...Scored eight points, grabbed five rebounds and registered five assists versus West Virginia (1/17/04)...Scored eight points and recorded five blocks versus Loyola Chicago (1/19/04)...Scored 11 points (9-10 FT) and grabbed eight rebounds versus Villanova (1/21/04)...Had five blocks and four steals versus Georgetown (1/26/04)...Recorded six blocks versus Seton Hall (2/1/04)...Recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds versus Syracuse (2/7/04)...Scored eight points versus Villanova (2/11/04)...Scored nine points and grabbed seven rebounds at Boston College (2/14/04)...Registered 10 rebounds and four blocks versus Miami (2/21/04)...Scored 13 points and recorded nine rebounds at St. John's (2/29/04)...Recorded 92 blocks which is the fifth highest single season total at Providence...Finished his career second all-time in blocks at PC with 295..Finished the season ranked third in the BIG EAST and seventh in the nation in blocked shots per game with an average of 3.17...Earned the team's Marvin Barnes Defensive Player Award...

    Recorded 11 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks versus Richmond (12/19/02)...Registered four points and four blocks versus Alabama (12/21/02)...Scored four points, grabbed five rebounds and made four blocks against Northeastern (12/28/02)...Made five blocks and grabbed seven rebounds against Pennsylvania (12/30/02)...Made five blocks against Boston College (1/2/03)...Registered six rebounds, four points and three blocks versus Siena (1/4/03)...Recorded 13 points and three blocks versus Virginia Tech (1/18/03)...Made his first start of the season and recorded six points, six rebounds and four blocks against Notre Dame (1/21/03)...Scored 12 points, grabbed five rebounds and made four blocks at Miami (1/29/03)...Scored 14 points and made four blocks versus Virginia Tech (2/1/03)...Scored 10 points and was 8-8 from the free-throw line versus Connecticut (2/8/03)...Registered 11 points and nine rebounds against Boston College (2/12/03)...Grabbed 12 rebounds and made four blocks at St. John's (2/15/03)...Recorded nine points, seven rebounds, five steals and five blocks versus Villanova (2/22/03)...Scored eight points and made nine blocks against Connecticut (3/5/03)...Scored nine points and made four blocks against Seton Hall (3/8/03)...Scored 10 points, grabbed eight rebounds and registered three steals against Richmond in the NIT Opening Round (3/19/03)...Finished season with 97 blocks, which was the fourth highest single-season total ever at Providence...Ranks third all-time at Providence in blocked shots with 203...Finished the season ranked 11th in the nation in blocked shots per game (3.03)...Earned the team's Marvin Barnes Defensive Player Award...

    2001-02: Played 29 minutes and scored 16 points and recorded seven rebounds against Siena (11/16/01)...Recorded 10 rebounds and four blocks against Oklahoma State (11/19/01)...Scored 13 points and recorded a game-high eight rebounds against Columbia (11/24/01)...Scored eight points, while shooting 4-7 from the field, and recorded 10 rebounds against South Carolina (12/3/01)...Registered 17 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high seven blocks against Sacred Heart (12/19/01)...Scored 14 points, registered four blocks and recorded eight rebounds versus Morgan State (12/27/01)...Recorded 10 points, five rebounds and four assists against Central Connecticut (12/30/01)...Registered 12 points, eight rebounds and six blocks against Rutgers (1/22/02)...Scored eight points and recorded four rebounds against Boston College (2/13/02)...Scored five points and recorded four rebounds against Georgetown (3/6/02) in the BIG EAST Tournament...

    2000-01: Made first career start against Creighton (11/25/00) and grabbed 10 rebounds...Scored 14 points against Rhode Island (12/2/00)...Had four blocks against Florida International (11/29/00) and George Washington (12/11/00)...Recorded a career-high 22 points and 11 rebounds while recording his first double-double versus Brown (12/23/00)...Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (12/26/00) after scoring 22 points versus Brown...Registered five blocks against South Carolina (12/30/00)...Scored 12 points and recorded eight rebounds against Seton Hall (1/3/01)...Recorded eight points and three blocks against St. John's (2/14/01)...Scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds against Binghamton (2/22/01).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Concluded high school career at Notre Dame Prep...Played junior season at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in New Britain, Conn....Averaged 18 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks per game in 1998-99.

    PROFILE
    Name:  Marcus Douthit
    Birthdate:  April 15, 1980
    Nickname:  Slink
    Major:  Social Science
    Family:   Son of Melody Douthit
    Favorite Athlete:  Kevin Garnett
    Hobbies:  Listening to music
    Person I Would Most Like to Meet:  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    What People Don't Know About Me:  That I can be a serious person
    Greatest Influence:  My mother and brother
    What I Enjoy:  Playing basketball
    Biggest Thrill In Sports:  Dunking on a seven-footer
    

    AT PROVIDENCE OVERALL STATS
                                     Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
    Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
    2000-01.  31-2    485/15.6   69-143  .483    0-0    .000   30-40   .750  45-79   124  4.0  94-5   31  58  51  15  168/5.4
    2001-02.  30-14   535/17.8   68-157  .433    0-0    .000   20-42   .476  37-89   126  4.2  79-1   36  76  55  16  156/5.2
    2002-03.  32-16   677/21.2   59-150  .393    0-1    .000   46-63   .730  51-95   146  4.6  84-2   49  69  97  30  164/5.1
    2003-04.  29-29   861/29.7   82-184  .446    0-0    .000   63-82   .768  50-120  170  5.9  87-2   64  76  92  45  227/7.8
    TOTAL... 122-61  2558/21.0  278-634  .438    0-1    .000  159-227  .700 183-383  566  4.6 344-10 180 279 295 106  715/5.9
    

    CAREER HIGHS
    MARCUS DOUTHIT		OVERALL			        BIG EAST
    MINUTES	        44	Texas (1/5/04)	        39	Rutgers (1/10/04)
    POINTS	        22	Brown (12/23/00)	16	Twice
    REBOUNDS	12	St. John's (2/15/03)	12	St. John's (2/15/03)
    FIELD GOALS	11	Brown (12/23/00)	7	Twice
    FG ATTEMPTS	14	Twice	                13	Connecticut (1/24/04)
    FG PCT.   	1.000	Four times	        1.000	Twice
    FREE THROWS	10	Texas (1/5/04)	        9	Villanova (1/21/04)
    FT ATTEMPTS	11	Siena (11/16/01)	10	Villanova (1/21/04)
    FT PCT	        1.000	24 times                1.000	16 times
    3PT 	        0		                0
    3PT FGA	        0		                0
    3PT FG%	        .000		                0
    ASSISTS	        5	West Virginia (1/17/04)	5	West Virginia (1/17/04)
    TURNOVERS	9	Seton Hall (1/12/04)	9	Seton Hall (1/12/04)
    BLOCKS	        9	Connecticut (3/5/03)	9	Connecticut (3/5/03)
    STEALS	        5	Villanova (2/22/03)	5	Villanova (2/22/03)