TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, March 24, 2004
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Corey Santee PG

Santee was the go-to guy for the Horned Frogs all season. When he wasn’t scoring baskets or showing off his ball-handling skills, Santee was producing easy shots for his teammates with great passing. The junior guard led the team with 14.6 points, 4.4 assists and 1.1 steals a contest. With a productive third season, Santee has placed his name in the TCU record books. He has entered the program’s top 10 all-time scoring list and is also on pace to become the TCU all-time leader in assists, a record Prince Fowler holds with 514. By earning third-team All-Conference USA honors this season, Santee also became the first Frog to earn conference honors since Junior Blount in 2002.

Santee has a lot to look forward to in his senior season. Not only is Santee joined by his starting backcourt mate Marcus Shropshire next year, but the team’s young frontcourt will also have one more season under their belt. The backcourt duo should be one of the conference’s elite next season, even without an improved frontcourt. If Santee hopes to make TCU a force in C-USA next season, he will need Femi Ibikunle and Chudi Chinweze to take some of the pressure off himself and Shropshire. With Santee’s proven ability to run the offense and his great confidence, the program looks to be going nowhere but up.
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