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Chris Singleton

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Dunwoody, Ga.

High School:
Dunwoody

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 220

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
11/21/1989

Experience:
2 VL


12/02/2013

Basketball GameDay: Florida State at Minnesota

Seminoles face Gophers in 15th Annual ACC/Big 10 Challenge Tuesday at 9:30 ET.

11/19/2013

Gameday: Florida State vs. VCU In Puerto Rico

Seminoles face Rams in first round of 2013 Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Chris Singleton Photo Gallery

CAREER STATS

Year G-GS FG-A .PCT 3FG-3FGA .PCT FT-FTA .PCT PTS.-AVG TR-AVG. AST TO BLK STL MIN
08-09 35-34 95-232 .409 34-102 .333 58-95 .611 282-8.1 172-4.9 37 70 47 54 942-26.9
09-10 32-32 117-284 .412 35-118 .297 57-115 .496 326-10.2 223-7.0 70 96 48 71 1005-31.4
10-11 28-25 124-286 .434 35-95 .368 84-126 .667 367-13.1 191-6.8 33 61 41 55 814-29.1
Total 95-91 336-802 .419 104-315 .330 199-336 .592 975-10.5 586-6.2 140 227 136 180 2,761-29.1

ON SINGLETON:: A two-time All-ACC and two-time ACC Defensive Team selection who established himself as one of the top defenders and top all-around players in school history...a winner who helped Florida State to three consecutive NCAA Tournaments in his three years after an absence from the NCAA Tournament of 18 years for the Seminole program...declared his intentions to submit his name as an eligible underclassman for the 2011 NBA Draft on April 13, 2011...earned All-ACC Third team honors as both a sophomore in 2010 and as a junior in 2011...one of the top defensive players in Florida State and ACC history as a two-time ACC All-Defensive Team selection and the ACC Defensive Player of the Year as voted on by the media in 2010 and as a unanimous selection by all 12 ACC coaching staffs in 2011...finished his career ranked 25th in ACC history with his 1.89 steals per game average (180 steals in 95 career games)...ranked first in the ACC in steals (2.2 spg) and fifth in the ACC in blocked shots (1.5 bpg) in 2010 and ranked second in the ACC in steals (2.0 spg) and eighth in blocked shots (1.5 bpg) in 2011...the only ACC player to rank in the top five of both categories as a sophomore and the only player in the ACC to rank in the top 10 of both categories as a junior...Singleton's willingness to play defense allowed the Seminoles to rank as the nation's best defense during his career...the Seminoles ranked first nationally and first in the ACC in field goal percentage defense in both 2010 and 2011...helped Florida State to 70 wins in his three seasons as a Seminole - one off of the all-time record for wins in the three-year span by the Seminoles...helped lead Florida State to three NCAA Tournament (2009, 2010, 2011), to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament and to the championship game of the 2009 ACC Tournament...marked the first time the Seminoles had appeared in three consecutive NCAA Tournaments since the 1991, 1992 and 1993 seasons, the first time the Seminoles had advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament since 1993 and the first time in school history the Seminoles had advanced to the ACC Tournament championship game...with Singleton in the line-up the Seminoles were the third winningest team in ACC play behind only Duke and North Carolina during his three-year career...Florida State was ranked No. 19 in the final coaches' poll in 2011 and No. 22 in the final Associated Press in 2009...with Singleton in the Seminoles' line-up, Florida State ranked as high as 16th in the nation during his freshman season, and as high as 18th in the nation during his sophomore and junior seasons...earned a triple double of 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals in Florida State's victory over UNC Greensboro on Nov. 14, 2010 - the third triple double in school history and the first triple double in ACC history that included steals...named to the All-Tournament teams at the 2010 Old Spice Classic and the 2011 Diamond Head Classic...helped lead Florida State to nine wins over ranked teams during his career including two of the four victories in school history over No. 1 ranked teams - No. 1 ranked North Carolina in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament (March 14, 2009, 73-70) and over No. 1 ranked Duke during the 2010-11 regular season (Jan. 12, 2011, 66-61)...wins over ranked teams also came against the No. 21 Florida in the ninth game of his career (Dec. 7, 2008, 57-55)...finished his career ranked fifth in school history with 136 blocked shots and eighth in school history with 180 steals and is the only player to rank in the top 10 in both blocked shots and steals in school history...named the ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 15, 2008 for his performance in the Seminoles' victory at Georgia State on Dec. 13 and the ACC player of the Week twice during his junior season...a member 2010 USA Select Team that trained with the USA National Team in July of 2010...was a camp counselor at the Kevin Durant and LeBron James Skills Academies during the summer of 2010...earned Freshman All-American Honorable Mention and All-ACC Freshman Team Honorable Mention honors as he enjoyed a standout season in his first year as a Seminole...earned All-American Honorable Mention honors by CollegeHoops.net and All-ACC Freshman Team Honorable Mention honors by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association...one of nine McDonald's High School All-American's to have played for Florida State joining Irving Thomas (1985), David White (1987), Douglas Edwards (1989), Corey Louis (1994), Lamarr Greer (1994), Randall Jackson (1995), Anthony Richardson (2001), Von Wafer (2003) and Michael Snaer (2009)... pulled down seven rebounds in 13 minutes played in the 2008 McDonald's All-American game played at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisc...led the East Team to a 107-102 victory in the 2008 McDonald's All-American Game on March 26, 2008...earned All-American Second-Team honors by EA Sports and Parade Magazine All-American Third-Team accolades as a senior in 2008... a five-star recruit according to Rivals.com...the 12th best player and the third ranked small forward in the prep ranks as a senior in 2008...the 30th overall ranked player in the nation by ESPN.com...named as the Metro-Atlanta Player of the Year by the Atlanta Tipoff Club as a senior...named as one of the top five players in the Derby Classic All-Star game which was played following his senior season...totaled six points on two made 3-point baskets in leading the Black squad to a 181-121 victory over the Gold Squad in the Derby Classic...a finalist in the two-on-two competition at the 2008 Derby Festival...was named as the Most Valuable Player at the adidas Super 64 Tournament in the summer prior to his senior season...played as a member of the super-strong AUU team - the Atlanta Celtics...led the Celtics to the championship of the Super 64 tournament with 15 points, six assists and six rebounds in the title game in the event...led the Celtics to the semifinals at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions in Chapel Hill in 2007...shared the Mr. Hustle award as presented by the coaching staff at Florida State's season ending banquet following the 2008-09 season...earned the Dave Cowens Chairman of the Boards and Charlie Ward Defensive Player of the Year award at the Seminoles' annual honors banquet at the conclusion of the 2009-10 season...honored again in 2011 with the Dave Cowens Chairman of the Boards, the Charlie Ward Best Defensive Player Award and the award as the Seminoles' top 3-point shooter...

AS A JUNIOR (2011): Averaged a career-high 13.1 points (first on the team), 6.8 rebounds (first), 2.0 steals (first) and 15 blocked shots (second) in earning All-ACC Third Team and ACC All-Defensive team honors...was voted as the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in a vote by the 12 ACC head coaches...was the only player voted to the All-ACC Defensive team by each of the ACC's 12 head coach earning him the distinction of being named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year by the coaches and the staffs...earned ACC Player of the Week honors on Nov. 23 and Nov. 16...missed six games during his junior season after suffering a broken foot against Virginia on Feb. 12 - he returned to help lead the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament as he played in all three of the Seminoles' games in the NCAA Tournament...Florida State was once again the top defensive team in the nation and the ACC as it ranked in the nation's top 25 for field goal percentage defense (first, .636), blocked shots (fifth, 6.0 bpg), steals (24th, 8.5 spg)...led Florida State in scoring, rebounding and steals for the second consecutive season and only the fifth player to lead the Seminoles in all three categories in consecutive seasons in school history...totaled career best totals for field goals made (124), field goals attempted (286), free throws made (84), free throws attempted (126) and free throw shooting percentage (.667)...named to the All-Tournament team at the Diamond Head Classic as he averaged 17.0 points per game and 10.3 rebounds per game as the Seminoles earned a 2-1 record in the tournament as he led Florida State to wins over Hawaii on its home court and No. 15 Baylor...the Seminoles' only loss in the tournament was the national finalist Butler by three points (67-64)...ranked among the ACC leaders in steals (2.0 spg, second), blocked shots (1.5, eighth), defensive rebounds (4.8, eighth), rebounding (6.8, 11th) and scoring (13.2, 15th)...led Florida State to four victories over ranked teams as a junior: No. 1 Duke (Jan. 12, 66-61), No. 5 Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament (March 20, 71-57), No. 15 Baylor (Dec. 25, 68-61) and No. 20 Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament (March 18, 57-50)...totaled his career high of 30 points in Florida State's victory over Gardner Webb (Nov. 16) as he was nearly perfect from the field (10 of 11) and the free throw line (seven of 10) and was perfect from the bonsuphere (three of three)...led the Seminoles with four games as at least 20 points scored (22 at UNC Greensboro, 30 vs. Gardner Webb, 20 at Auburn and 22 at Virginia Tech)...also the Seminoles leader with eight games of 10 rebounds or more and 10 games as Florida State's leading scorer...totaled a team high and career best seven double doubles and one triple double (22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals at UNC Greensboro)...his triple was only the third triple double in school history and first since Bob Sura against NC State on Jan. 15, 1995...the Seminoles' leader in scoring in ACC games (11.9 points per game), none conference games (13.9 ppg), against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament (12.1 ppg) and vs. teams that played in the NIT (12.1 ppg)...made a career-high 10 field goals and a career high seven free throws in scoring 30 points in the Seminoles' win over Gardner Webb (Nov. 16)...shot a career-high .667 from the free throw line as he made a career-high 84 shots from the free throw line - a career high average of 3.0 made free throws per game...his career high of seven made free throws came in Florida State's win over Gardner Webb...totaled four consecutive double doubles (including one triple double) against UNC Greensboro (22 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals), Gardner Webb (30 points and 12 rebounds), at Florida International (14 points and 13 rebounds) and Mercer (10 points and 13 rebounds) in four consecutive Seminole wins early in the season...his second career ACC double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds came in the Seminoles' win in his hometown of Atlanta against Georgia Tech (Feb. 10)...at least one blocked and at last one steal in 19 of the 28 games in which he played in as a junior...(vs. Boston College): totaled four points and six rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against NIT participant Boston College...Florida State won the only game played between the two teams, 67-51, in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...added one blocked shot and one steal in 38 minutes of play as Florida State limited the Eagles to 51 points and .354 shooting from the field...his defense helped limit Boston College to 17 made field goals only 24 points in the second half...two points in both halves with both coming on dunks...(vs. Clemson): averaged 10.5 points, 3.0 steals and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...totaled four blocked shots and six steals as the Seminoles and Tigers split their two game regular season series with each team winning at home...Florida State won at home in their first ACC game of the season (Dec. 12, 75-69) and Clemson won at home in Littlejohn Coliseum (Jan. 29, 62-44)...totaled 13 points, three rebounds, three blocked shots and one steal in 28 minutes as the Seminoles defeated Clemson to win their ACC opener in December, 75-69...totaled seven points in the second half as the Seminoles registered the come-from-behind 75-69 win after trailing at halftime...all seven of his second half points came in the final 8:38 of the game and helped Florida State recover from as much as a six point deficit in the second half...a 3-pointer at the 8:38 mark brought the Seminoles to within one at 52-51 and a lay-up at the 5:21 mark once again cut a Seminole deficit to two at 59-57...gave Florida State an insurmountable three point lead at 64-61 with 2:36 remaining...scored eight points and pulled down two rebounds to goal along with a game high five steals as the Seminoles lost at Clemson, 62-44...his five steals on the road against the Tigers tied his ACC career high...(vs. Duke): totaled 18 points to goal along with three rebounds in 34 minutes in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...his 18 points and tenacious full court defense helped limit the Blue Devils to .311 shooting from the field in Florida State's 66-61 victory over No. 1 Duke in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...made eight of nine shots from the free throw line including a perfect four of four in the second half to help secure the fourth victory over the nation's No. 1 ranked team in school history...scored eight first half points to help Florida State to a 28-24 halftime lead and totaled 10 points to lead the Seminoles to a 38-37 second half advantage and the 66-61 win...two big 3-point shots in the second half as Florida State never lost the lead over the final 20 minutes of the game...a 3-pointer at the 18:00 minute mark gave Florida State a 34-26 advantage and a second made shot from the bonusphere put the Seminoles up 59-54 with 3:43 left in the game...also hit two of two free throws with 12:28 left in the game to put Florida State up 42-36 scored what proved to be the game winning basket on a free throw with 33 seconds remaining to give Florida State a 62-58 lead...was two of two from the line with 33 seconds remaining to virtually ensure the court storming and the win over the top ranked Blue Devils...(vs. Georgia Tech): Scored a double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds to go along with one blocked shot and two steals in Florida State's win in its only game of the season against Georgia Tech...was nearly perfect from the field (five of six, .833) and the free throw line (five of eight) in the Seminoles' 72-63 win on the road in Atlanta (Feb. 10)...the game was played in front of countless NBA scouts and numerous members of his family and inner circle...scored the first basket of the game - a 3-pointer - to give the Seminoles a lead they did not relinquish and it was off to the races from there...he scored five of Florida State's first 17 points as the Seminoles jumped to an insurmountable 17-2 lead with just over eight minutes played in the game...the Seminoles held a 30-18 lead at the intermission...the Yellow Jackets worked at getting back into the game but Singleton would not allow his team to wilt...he added 12 points, seven rebounds, one blocked shot and one steal in the second half as Florida State won its seventh ACC game of the season...his defensive effort helped the Seminoles limit Georgia Tech to a .299 field goal shooting percentage for the game...(vs. Maryland): Did not play in the Seminoles only game of the season against Maryland because of an injured foot...(vs. Miami): Scored eight points and pulled down six rebounds in one game against NIT participant Miami...he played in only the Seminoles' game at Miami (Jan. 19) but did not play in the Hurricanes' return trip to Tallahassee (Feb. 26) because of his foot injury...his outing against Miami in Coral Gables helped the Seminoles' take a come-from-way-behind victory over the Hurricanes, 55-53, in a game when Florida State to not make its first field goal until nearly 10 minutes were elapsed in the first half...scored seven of his eight points in the first half to keep the Seminoles within reach of the Hurricanes and only seven points down (24-31) at halftime...after trailing by as many as eight points early, Singleton helped the Seminoles pull to within three with just under nine minutes left in the first half...from that point on, the Seminoles were back in business and back in the game...he made three free throws to close the game to five at 8:45 and earned a steal and a lay-up at the 8:44 mark to close the gap to three at 15-12...after the Hurricanes stretched the lead back to 10, he earned a tip in with three seconds remaining in the half to cut Florida State's deficit to only seven...it was his defensive effort and late free throw that led Florida State to the ACC road win...he helped limit Miami to .273 shooting (six of 22) in the second half and .393 shooting and 11 total field goals for the game...(vs. North Carolina): Scored 15 points and pulled down four rebounds as he played in one of two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...he played in Florida State's game at Chapel Hill (Feb. 6) before injuring his foot and missing the Seminoles' game against the Tar Heels in Tallahassee (March 2)...his 15 points came on six of 10 shooting from the field and two made 3-point shots...he totaled two steals in another of his strong defensive outings...North Carolina defeated the Seminoles, 89-69, at the Dean E. Smith Center...(vs. NC State): Totaled 11points, five rebounds, two blocked shots and one steal as he played in one of two games against NC State during the season...he played in Florida State's game in the Tallahassee (Jan. 15) but was injured and did not play in the Seminoles game at Raleigh (March 6)...was two of three from the free throw line as Florida State defeated the Wolfpack, 84-71, in what was a very important victory...the victory was important because it was the Seminoles' first game after their victory over No. 1 ranked Duke...his 11 points allowed him to rank as one of five Seminoles who scored in double figures in the win...did most of offensive damage in the second half with seven of his 11 points as the Seminoles stretched their lead to as many as 22 points...scored four of Florida State's first eight points as the Seminoles never trailed after the 15 minute mark of the first half...Florida State won the game,84-71, in the Donald L. Tucker Center...(vs. Virginia): scored 11 points and pulled down one rebound in 10 minutes of play in the Seminoles only game of the season against Virginia...it was against Virginia in the first half that Singleton broke his right foot and missed the next six games...he missed the remainder of the Seminoles' game against Virginia and each game until March 18 against Texas A&M...he was as hot as he had been all season at the start of the game against Virginia as he had made each of the shots he attempted before breaking his foot...he was a perfect four of four from the field, a perfect one of one from the 3-point line and was a perfect two of two from the free throw line...he scored 11 of the Seminoles' first 13 points and helped the Seminoles jump out to a 34-23 half time lead...Florida State won the game, 63-56...(vs. Virginia Tech): Scored 22 points and pulled down eight rebounds in one game played against NIT participant Virginia Tech...he played in Florida State's game in Blacksburg (Jan. 8) but was injured and did not play against the Hokies in the ACC Tournament (March 11)...scored a team high 22 points and pulled down eight rebounds in the Seminoles' 71-59 loss on the road to Virginia Tech...shot well from the field as he made nine of his 14 (.623 percent) field goal attempts...split his points evenly with 11 points in both halves scored 11 of Florida State's first 14 points to help the Seminoles to a 14-10 lead with just under eight minutes played in the game...went on a tear again as he scored eight of the Seminoles' first 12 points in the second half to draw Florida State to within three at 34-31...(vs. Wake Forest): Scored five points and pulled down eight rebounds in one game against Wake Forest - a game the Seminoles won, 85-61, in Tallahassee...he missed the second game between the two teams because of an injury to his foot...his five points allowed Florida State to take the 85-61 win in Tallahassee...was very defensive minded in the first half with seven rebounds as Florida State jumped to a 31-19 halftime lead...a second half 3-pointer gave the Seminoles a 20 point lead with 12:46 remaining in the game...(In three games during the NCAA Tournament): Returned from his foot injury after missing six games to average 7.0 points and 4.3 rebounds in helping the Seminoles advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 1993 season...ranked fourth on the team in scoring and third in rebounding to go along with one blocked shot and two steals...vs. Texas A&M: Made his return to the court after just five weeks of rehabilitation for his injured right foot with a five point, four rebound, 1 blocked shot and one steal performance in the Seminoles win over the No. 20 ranked Aggies, 57-50, in the first round of Florida State's third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...played six minutes in the first half and made one basket - a two-point field goal that gave Florida State a 17-16 lead with 5:12 remaining before halftime...a second half 3-point shot gave the Seminoles breathing room and allowed them to begin thinking about moving on to the second round for the first time since 1993...his shot from the bonusphere gave Florida State a 45-40 lead - an advantage they stretched out to as much as 11 in gaining the win...played 10 second half minutes to total 16 for his return...vs. Notre Dame: scored zero points and pulled down two rebounds in 10 minutes of play in the Seminoles' second round victory over Notre Dame, 71-57...head coach Leonard Hamilton was very judicious with Singleton's playing time as they led by as many as 23 in the game and held a 34-23 lead at halftime...Florida State took the lead for good at the 14:07 mark of the first half and led virtually the entire way in defeating the No. 5 ranked Fighting Irish...played six minutes in the first half and totaled four minutes in the second half as Florida State advanced to the Sweet 16...the Seminoles' game against both Texas A&M and Notre Dame were played at the United Center in Chicago...vs. VCU: cored a near double double of 16 points and nine rebounds in the Seminoles' Sweet 16 loss to VCU, 72-71...with an extra week and rehabilitation and rest he played 32 minutes in the overtime game against the Rams...gave Florida State a 71-70 lead on a lay-up with 29 seconds remaining in overtime only to see the Rams answer with a lay-up of their own to win the game and end Florida State's season...was his NBA range 3-point shot with 45 seconds remaining in regulation that sent the game into overtime...Florida State scored the final five points of regulation to tie the game and send it into overtime...the Seminoles' game against VCU was played in the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex...(In the Diamond Head Classic): Averaged a double double of 17.0 points and 10.3 rebounds in earning All-Tournament team honors for the second time in his career as he led Florida State to a third place finish in the prestigious Diamond Head Classic in Honolulu...shot well from the field (.400 percent) and the free throw line (.900 percent) and exceedingly well from the 3-point line (.500 percent) in totaling 51 points in the three game event...double figures against both national runner-up Butler (26 points) and No. 15 Baylor (17 points) and a double double of 17 points and 10 rebounds and the Seminoles won on Christmas Day over the nationally ranked Bears...totaled four blocked shots and three steals while averaging 31.3 minutes played in the three game series...vs. Hawaii: Scored six points and added 12 rebounds as Florida State opened the tournament with a 70-62 win over home standing Hawaii (Dec. 22)...his six points came on two 3-point shots in each half...his first half 3-pointer pulled the Seminoles to within two a 8-6 with 16:18 remaining in the first half while his second gave the Seminoles a 14 point lead with 10:09 remaining in the game...both proved to be important shots as the Rainbow Warriors were within four in the second half of a very hard fought game...Singleton's two shots made from the bonusphere were part of the Seminoles' 10 long range shots made in the game that counter balanced the 11 3-point shots made by the home team...vs. Butler: Totaled a game high 28 points and nine rebounds in a near double double as he made a career-high six 3-point shots in a close, 67-64 loss to Butler in the semifinals of the event (Dec. 23)...Singleton once again shot well from the field as he made nine of 16 field goal attempts (.563 percent) including six of 12 attempts from the bonusphere (.500 percent)...he was also four of four from the free throw line in his all around spectacular performance against the Bulldogs...an incredible scoring performance with 26 points on eight of 11 shooting from the field and six of nine shooting from the 3-point line as he worked to pull the Seminoles back into the game...scored 21 of the Seminoles' final 39 points of the game and 26 of Florida State's 45 points in the second half...after Florida State fell behind by 15 points (51-36) at the 8:44 mark of the second half, Singleton and the Seminoles went to work and 28-16 to close the game out...Singleton nearly outscore the Bulldogs, 14-16, in that span as the Seminoles' closed their deficit to as little as three in their comeback...he was four of five from the 3-point line and a perfect two of two from the free throw line as he attempted to put the Seminoles on his back and led them to the win...vs. Baylor: a double double of 17 points and 10 rebounds to go along with three blocked shots and one steal in the Seminoles' much needed victory over No. 15 Baylor, 68-61, on Christmas Day...the victory was important as a win but also as the Seminoles' first victory over a ranked team during the first two months of the season...his nine second half points allowed Florida State to pull away from Bears before their point shooting allowed them to tie the game twice with under six minutes remaining...totaled six consecutive points in less than a two minute span to put the Seminoles up 45-35 with 15:10 left in the game...a 3-pointer with 2:39 remaining in the game put the Seminoles up for good at 62-69 and proved to be the game winning basket...the Seminoles took the momentum of his shot from the bonusphere and outscored the Bears, 6-2, the rest of the way...his eight first half points helped Florida State to an important 37-33 lead at the intermission...(vs. Florida): Totaled 10 points and six rebounds against NCAA Tournament participant Florida in the only meeting of the season between the intra-state rivals...Florida won in Tallahassee, 55-51, on Nov. 28...also blocked two shots and earned two steals to go along with a perfect four of four performance from the free throw line...six points in the second half helped Florida State get back into the game after trailing by as many as 13 points...four points including a dunk at the 7:21 mark pulled the Seminoles back to within one at 43-44...

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Averaged a 10.2 points (second on the team), a career-high 7.0 rebounds (first), a career-high 2.2 steals (first), a career-high 1.5 blocked shots (second) and a career-high 2.2 assists per game (third) in leading the Seminoles to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season...the ACC Defensive Player of the Year and named to the ACC All-Defensive Team and received the most votes among the five players on the All-Defensive team...named to the ACC All-Defensive team as selected by both the coaches and the media...earned All-ACC Third Team honors as he ranked in the top 12 of five different categories: steals (first, 2.2 spg), blocked shots (fifth, 1.5 bpg), defensive rebounds (eighth, 4.9 rpg), minutes played (10th, 31.4 mpg) and rebounding (12th, 7.0 rpg)...became only the fifth player in ACC history to finish in the top five in the conference statistics in both blocked shots and steals in the same season in 2009-10...Singleton joined Wake Forest's Josh Howard (2002-03), Duke's Shane Battier (1999-00 and 2000-01) and Duke's Christian Laettner (1990-91) as the only players in ACC history to finish in the top five in both statistical categories in the same season...the Seminoles' leading rebounder as a sophomore and he established career-bests for 3-point field goals made (35), 3-point field goals attempted (118), offensive rebounds (66), defensive rebounds (157), total rebounds (223), rebounds per game (7.0 rpg), assists (70), blocked shots (48), steals (71), total points (326) and points per game (10.2 ppg)...his defensive effort keyed the Seminoles' defense that led the nation and the ACC in field goal percentage defense (.377) and was first in the ACC in both scoring defense (60.4 points allowed per game) and blocked shots (6.3 bpg)...was the second consecutive Florida State player to be named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year as he followed in the defensive footsteps of All-American Toney Douglas who earned the award in 2009...led the Seminoles wins over two ranked Georgia Tech teams during his second season with wins coming over the No. 15/22 Yellow Jackets to open the ACC season in December and over the No. 18./19 Yellow Jacks in January in Tallahassee...sophomore season high of 23 points in the Seminoles victory over Georgia Tech in the game played in Tallahassee...led Florida State in rebounding a team-leading 15 times, was tied for the team with three double-doubles (18 points and 10 rebounds vs. Marquette, Nov. 29; 12 points and 14 rebounds at Maryland, Jan. 10; 10 points and 11 rebounds at Boston College, Jan. 30), ranked second on the team with two games of 20 or more points scored (23 vs. Georgia Tech, Jan. 24 and 22 vs. NC State, Jan. 12), and was third on the team with six games as the Seminoles' leading scorer (14 vs. Alabama, Nov. 27; 18 vs. Marquette, Nov. 29; 23 vs. Georgia Tech, Jan. 24; 14 at Duke, Jan. 27; 12 at Virginia, Feb. 17 and 19 at North Carolina, Feb. 24, 2010)...scored in double figures in a career-high 17 games including 10 of the Seminoles' 16 regular season ACC games...Florida State's second leading scorer in ACC games with a 10.7 points per game average...scored in double figures in five of the Seminoles' first seven games of the season including his 18-point outburst against Marquette in the championship game of the Old Spice Classic...a near double-double of nine points and a season-high tying 14 rebounds as the Seminoles won on the road at Mercer (Nov. 21)...eight double figure scoring games in leading the Seminoles to a 12-2 record in non-conference play...scored 12 points and pulled down seven rebounds in leading the Seminoles over Texas A&M Corpus Christi (Jan. 4)...blocked at least one shot on 27 of the Seminoles' 32 games including at least one block in 12 of Florida State's 16 ACC games...at least one steal in the first 12 games of the season and in all but two of the Seminoles' 32 games during the season....in 25 of 27 games as a sophomore he had at least one blocked shot and at least one steal...averaged 10.8 points and 7.0 rebounds in 12 games against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament as averaged 12.6 pints, 6.0 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game against the five ranked teams the Seminoles played during the 2009-10 season...(vs. Boston College): averaged 11.0 points and 9.5 rebounds in two games against Boston College...Florida State swept the season-series against Boston College for the first time in school history...also credited with nine steals (4.5 spg) in two wins over the Eagles...scored 10 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, earned four steals and blocked one shot as the Seminoles won in Chestnut Hill, 61-57, for the first time in school history (Jan. 30)...was his second ACC double-double of the season and the second of his career...scored all 10 of his points in the second half as the Seminoles rallied from a five point halftime deficit and as much as a seven point deficit in the second half...four consecutive points in a 17 second span drew the Seminoles to within one at 31-30 at the 16:51 mark...tied the game at 34-34 on a jumper at the 13:54 mark and tied the game again at 36-36 with 12:17 left to play...the Seminoles won the seesaw battle in the last minute of the game on a 3-ponter by guard Derwin Kitchen with 44 seconds remaining in the game...all 10 of his points came on 2-point buckets...totaled 12 points, eight rebounds and a season-high five assists in leading the Seminoles to a 62-47 victory over Boston College in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...his defensive effort was part of the Seminoles overall team defensive effort which held the Eagles to a record low points allowed by Florida State in an ACC game...seven first half points including a 3-pointer to open the scoring and give Florida State a 3-0 lead...five second half points help the Seminoles gain the win for their sixth ACC win of the season...two steals and one blocked shot as Florida State limited Boston College to 17 points and .182 percent shooting from the field in the second half...after going into the intermission tied at 30-30, the Seminoles outscored the eagles 14-8 in the first five minutes of the second half to take control of the game...Boston College was limited to six points in the final 12 minutes of the game...(vs. Clemson): averaged 6.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...also earned four assists and two steals in the two games against the Tigers...scored six points and pulled down five rebounds as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Feb. 10)...despite a furious Florida State rally in the second half, the Tigers earned the victory at home, 77-67...helped the Seminoles pull to within eight in the second half after trailing by as many as 17 with four of his second points coming after halftime...scored six points and pulled down five rebounds as the Seminoles battled the Tigers at home before falling, 53-50, in the final minute of the game...a first half lay-up gave the Seminoles a 10 point lead with 8:49 left before intermission...a pair of free throws at the 3:24 mark of the second half allowed Florida State a six point lead (43-37) with 3:24 left in the game...(vs. Duke): scored 14 points, pulled down nine rebounds, blocked three shots and was credited with two steals in the Seminoles only game of the season against NCAA National Champion Duke...came within one rebound of his third double-double of the season in ACC play...his 14 points tied for team-high scoring honors on the road in Cameron Indoor Stadium (Jan. 27)...did most of his offensive damage in the second half with nine points as the Seminoles clawed their way back into the game after trailing by 10 points at halftime and by as many as 16 in the second half...scored the first three points of the second half on a 3-point shot to bring the Seminoles to within seven...helped lead Florida State's comeback midway through the second half on both offense and defense...assisted on a Michael Snaer lay-up at the 10:55 mark to bring the score to 51-42 in favor of Duke then immediately blocked a Duke shot before a television timeout...after the timeout he scored on a jumper to cut the Seminoles' deficit to seven at 51-44 at the 10:03 mark, earned a steal that led to another Snaer basket to cut the Blue Devil lead to 51-46 at the 9:33 mark and made a free throw at the 8:56 mark to bring Florida State to within four at 51-47...during that span of 1:59 he helped account for seven consecutive points that dropped the Seminoles' deficit from 51-40 to 51-47 in less than two minutes...(vs. Georgia Tech): averaged a team-leading 16.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...was one of four Seminoles to average in double figure scoring as Florida State defeated a pair of ranked Georgia Tech teams in earning the season sweep of the Yellow Jackets...scored 10 points and pulled down two rebounds in the Seminoles' ACC season-opening victory over No. 15/22 Georgia Tech in Atlanta (Dec. 20)...was a perfect four of four in the Seminoles' 66-59 victory in overtime against the Yellow Jackets...scored four points after halftime including two in the overtime period to secure the Florida State win...scored what proved to be the game-winning basket with 1:05 remaining in the overtime period on a jumper to give Florida State a 61-59 lead...after the Yellow Jackets had tied the game at 59-59 on two free throws by Zachery Peacock, the Seminoles scored the final seven points of the game...two crucial points in the second half on a jumper to give Florida State a 45-37 lead - the Seminoles needed both of his points as Georgia Tech outscored the Seminoles 32-27 to tie the game and send it into overtime...scored his career-high of 23 points to go along with seven rebounds and two steals in the Seminoles' 68-66 victory over No. 18/19 Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Jan. 24)...led both teams with 14 second half points with 10 coming in the final 12 minutes of the games as Florida State held on for the victory...tied the game at 65-65 with a free throw with 2:40 remaining in the game and started a late 3-1 Seminole charge to win the game...scored six of eight Seminole points in a three minute span to help Florida State maintain a lead late in the game...in the final 15 minutes of the games, neither team led by more than three points and their were four times - extolling the importance of Singleton's 14 second half points...in final 12 minutes of the second half, he gave the Seminoles the lead twice, extended a lead one and brought the Seminoles to within one point twice on either field goals or free throws...(vs. Maryland): averaged 8.5 points, 11.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...shot .833 from the free throw line as he made five of six free throw attempts in the two games during the regular season against the Terps...scored his first ACC double-double of his sophomore season with 12 points and 14 rebounds to go along with three blocked shots as the Seminoles fell in College Park, 77-68, in their second conference road game of the season (Jan. 10)...scored eight of his 12 points in the second half as Florida State mounted a comeback and outscored Maryland 41-36 over the second 20 minutes of the game...the Seminoles trailed by as many as 16 in the first half and brought the deficit to as little as three with just over 12 minutes remaining to be played in the game...the multi-talented sophomore scored six points in the first eight minutes of the half as Florida State outscored Maryland 18-7 to get back into the game...earned 10 rebounds and two blocked shots in the second half as the Seminoles held the Terps to 42 percent shooting and came within a defensive stop of tying the game...limited to five points and eight rebounds as the Seminoles were held off in their home building by Maryland (Feb. 4) in falling to the Terps in Tallahassee, 71-67...scored all five of his points in the second half as the Seminoles played for the victory...a dunk by Singleton brought Florida State to within one at 60-59 at the 4:05 mark...the Seminoles were outscored 11-8 in the final four minutes of the game...(vs. Miami): averaged 6.5 points and 5.5 rebounds to go along with 2.0 steals per game in two games against Miami...had four assists, four steals and two blocked shots as the Seminoles took both games of the two-game regular season series against the Hurricanes...totaled 10 points, three steals, two rebounds and two blocked shots in leading the Seminoles to the 71-65 victory over Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 6)...his seven points in the first half allowed Florida State to own a 32-31 halftime lead...it was his defense (along with three important points) in the second half that helped the Seminoles earn the win...a steal and a lay-up by Singleton at the 15:32 mark of the second half tied the game at 37-37 while a blocked shot with 12:55 left in the game allowed Florida State to keep a five points lead at 45-40...following his jumper at the 15:32 mark, the Seminoles were tied by the Hurricanes one more time but never trailed during the remainder of the game as they extended their lead to as many at 12 in winning the game at home...scored three huge points in Florida State's 61-60 victory over the Hurricanes on the road in Coral Gables (March 6)...his only basket of the game was the Seminoles' second basket in the game and gave Florida State a 4-0 lead...though the Seminoles led for the majority of the games that same only one tie and two lead changes, his basket loomed large as Florida State won by one point...Florida State guard Luke Loucks scored the game-winning basket - a 3-pointer - with 1:52 left in the game for the final basket of the game and the game-winning margin...(vs. North Carolina): scored a team-high 19 points, pulled down eight rebounds, blocked three shots and was credited with two steals as Florida State defeated NIT participant North Carolina in the only meeting between the two teams during the 2009-10 season...shot .500 percent from the field (seven of 14), made three 3-point shots and was a perfect two of two from the free throw line as Florida State defeated the Tar Heels, 77-67, at the Dean E. Smith Center for the Seminoles' first win in that building under Leonard Hamilton...totaled 15 points in 18 minutes of playing time as Florida State forged a 48-33 lead at the intermission of the game...began the game on a twine tickling note with a 3-point shot only 38 seconds into the game to put the Seminoles up 3-0...the Seminoles did not look back from there as the led the entire game and never trailed...his second basket of the game - only 25 seconds later - gave Florida State a 6-3 lead...from there, the game was never tied again as he second 3-pointer of the game at the 18:57 mark proved to be the game winning basket...his third 3-point field goal of the game at the 5:58 mark put the Seminoles up 36-23 (+15)...the Seminoles shot .474 percent from the field and made 12 3-poinrt field goals in gaining the victory...(vs. NC State): averaged 14.0 pints, 5.5 rebounds 2.5 blocked shots and 2.0 steals in two games against NIT participant NC State...totaled 22 points, pulled down eight rebounds, blocked four shots and was credited with two steals as the Seminoles fell to the Wolfpack, 88-81, in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...scored a team-high 15 second half points as the Seminoles scored 50 points after the intermission as they attempted to rally past the Wolfpack...after trailing by as many as 13 early in the second half, Singleton's work help the Seminoles cut their deficit to as little as four with just in der seven minutes remaining in the game...scored nine points in the final 55 seconds of the game on two 3-point shots and by making all three shots of a three-shot fouls with 24 seconds remaining...his third shot in the stretch of three free throws made brought the score to 86-81 in favor of the Wolfpack - but that was as close as the Seminoles got in falling at home...(vs. Virginia): scored 12 points and pulled down eight rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against Virginia...also blocked one shot and led the Seminoles with three steals in Florida State's 69-50 victory over Virginia in Charlottesville (Feb. 17)...his 12 points in the Seminoles' victory over the Cavaliers ranked as one of the six game during which he led the Seminoles in scoring during the season...set the tone for the Seminoles with the first basket of the game - a 3-pointer - only 45 seconds into the game...he sent the Seminoles out of the gate and propelled them to a commanding first half and a 33-24 halftime lead...scored nine second half points to lead the Seminoles to the win...pushed Florida State's lead to 19 with three of four free throws in a 44 second span with under seven minutes to play in the second half...a dunk at the 3:48 mark gave Florida State a 23-point lead with 3:48 remaining in the game - its largest lead of the game in gaining the road win...(vs. Virginia Tech): scored two points and pulled down two rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NIT participant Virginia...the Seminoles defeated the Hokies, 63-58, in Tallahassee in a win that would pay big dividends at the end of the season...the Seminoles' victory over Virginia Tech on Jan, 16 allowed Florida State to earn the No. 3 seed in the ACC Tournament as it finished tied for third place in the ACC standings with the Hokies as both teams finished with identical 10-6 records...the win gave the Seminoles the first tie breaker...his only basket of the game came during an early spurt and gave Florida State a 10-2 lead with only 5:27 elapsed in the game...his basket would prove to be meaningful as the Hokies clawed their way back into the game and brought their deficit to within two with under nine minutes remaining in the second half...(vs. Wake Forest): scored five points and pulled down a game high eight rebounds in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...he was a defensive demon with eight rebounds and four steals as Florida State limited the Demon Deacons to 47 points to tie the school record for fewest points allowed in an ACC game...gave Florida State its first lead of the game with a 3-pointer at the 13:12 mark of the first half against the Demon Deacons...the Seminoles trailed 6-0 in the first two minutes of the game before being forced to take two back to back timeouts in order to stem the tide of the game...the timeouts worked as Florida State got itself back into the game and led 31-25 at the halftime...with Singleton's scoring and defensive help the Seminoles outscored Wake Forest 31-19 to go into the intermission with the lead...the Seminoles did not trail in the second half thanks to two free throw shots by Singleton at the 9:54 mark...his two free throws gave Florida State a 41-38 lead...both were important free throws as Wake Forest got to within one point on three different occasions in the final 10 minutes of the game...came up a steal with five seconds left in the game to seal the win for Florida State...picked the pocket of Wake's Ari Stewart with five second left and the Seminoles' clinging to a 49-47 lead...Florida State held the Demon Deacons without a field goal attempt in the final six minutes of the game, to a total of 22 second half points and only nine points in the final 10 minutes of the game...Singleton and the Seminoles' defense held All-American and 2010 NBA First Round Draft selection Al-Farouq Aminu scoreless for the only time in his career...(vs. Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament): scored eight points, pulled down four rebounds and blocked two shots in the Seminoles' game against Gonzaga in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. (March 19)...all eight of his points came in the second half as Florida State rallied to get back into the game after falling behind at the half...the Bulldogs won the game, 67-60...seven of his eight points came in a span of 1:59 as he was the offensive catalyst for the Seminoles in the second half...began a stretch in leading the Seminoles to a 35-26 game-ending run that brought the Seminoles to within four points at the 2:21 mark of the game...(in The Old Spice Classic): averaged 15.0 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.0 steals and was named the Most Valuable Player in leading Florida State to the championship of the prestigious Old Spice Classic at the Milk House at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla....Shot .516 from the field (16 of 31) and .667 from the 3-point line (six of nine) in leading the Seminoles to victories over Iona of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Alabama of the SEC and Marquette of the Big East for the Seminoles' second in-season tournament championship during Singleton's career...he also helped the Seminoles to the championship of the Global Spots Classic during his freshman season...scored 13 points, pulled down seven rebounds, earned four steals and blocked two shots as the Seminoles defeated Iona, 54-49, in the first round of the tournament...it was a game that the Seminoles led for the entire second half but was a game that the outcome wasn't certain until the final buzzer...scored four points - all on free throws - in the final 3:54 of the game to help the Seminoles gain the win...two free throws at the 3:54 mark gave Florida State a 47-42 lead and two more free throws gave the Seminoles a 51-47 lead with 1:42 remaining...the Seminoles ran out the clock from there to win 54-49...led all scorers with 14 points and six rebounds as Florida State defeated Alabama, 60-51, to advance to the championship game (Nov. 27)...was a perfect three of three from the bonusphere as he scored nine of his 14 points in the game from long range...10 points on two made 3-point field goals in the first half helped Florida State to a 30-25 advantage at the intermission...all 10 of his first half points came in the final 4:42 of the half after Alabama had taken a six point lead (its' largest of the game)...he scored on a tip-in at the 4:42 mark to cut the Seminoles' deficit to three at 22-19, scored on a lay-up after his steal at the 3:41 mark to mark to being the Seminoles to within one at 22-21 an pushed the Seminoles' lead to 27-22 with a 3-pointer at the 2:08 mark...he added a second 3-piointer less than two minutes late to give Florida State its 30-25 lead at the half...Florida State kept its lead and led by as many as 13 in gaining the all-important neutral site win over the Crimson Tide of the SEC...the crowing gem of the tournament with an double-double performance of 18 points and 10 rebounds to go along with four steals and one blocked shot in the Seminoles' miraculous come from behind 57-56 victory over Marquette in the championship game of the tournament...totaled 14 second half points to pull the Seminoles back from a 12 points half time deficit and from as much as a 17-point backlog in the second half...he scored 14 of Florida State's 39 pints in the second half (.358 percent) as the Seminoles outscored the Golden Eagles, 39-26, in the second half to win the game after trailing 30-18 at halftime...began the Seminoles' comeback with a lay-up at the 14:55 mark to cut Marquette's lead to 15 at 39-24...his basket ignited the Seminoles' offense as from there as the Seminoles outscored the Golden Eagles, 35-17 in the final 15 minutes of the game...in the final 11 minutes, he scored 10 of the Seminoles' final 25 points of the game...his most important bucket came on a tip-in with 3:07 remaining in the game to tie the scored at 50-50...Florida State outscored Marquette, 7-6, in the final three minutes to win the game...(vs. Florida): scored 14 points and pulled down four rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...was a perfect four of four from the free throw line to go along with two blocked shots and three steals as the Seminoles fell, 68-52, in Gainesville (Nov. 24)...

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Averaged 8.1 points (fifth on the team), 4.9 rebounds (third), 1.5 steals (second) and 1.3 blocked shots (second) as he averaged 26.9 minutes played per game (second) in earning Freshman All-America Honorable Mention and All-ACC Freshman Team Honorable Mention honors as he helped lead the Seminoles to the NCAA Tournament and to the first appearance in the ACC Tournament championship game in school history...ranked second on the team with 34 3-point field goals made and was second on the team with 65 offensive rebounds...one of only four Seminoles to play in all 35 games and one of only two who started at least 34 games...ranked 10th in the ACC among all players with 54 steals and a 1.5 steals per game average and was second in the league among freshman with only Georgia Tech's Iman Shumpert (64 steals / 2.1 spg) finishing ahead of Singleton among all conference freshman...ranked ninth among all players in the ACC with 47 blocked shots and a 1.3 blocked shots per game average...he was the ACC's fourth leading blocked shot artist among all league freshmen...also ranked fifth in the ACC among all freshmen with his 8.1 points per game scoring average, fifth among ACC freshman with his 4.9 rebounds per game average, fourth with his 26.9 minutes played per game average and tied for third with two double doubles...only the third freshman in school history to earn a double-double in his career debut with 12 points and 17 rebounds as the Seminoles defeated Jacksonville (Nov. 15) in the 2008-09 season opener...double-doubles in two of his first three games with 12 points and 17 rebounds at Jacksonville and 10 points and 10 rebounds against Stetson at home (Nov. 20)...double figure rebounds (10 each) in victories over Cal (Nov. 29) and No. 21/23 Florida (Dec. 7)...his rankings among freshmen all-time at Florida State were phenomenal: 47 blocked shots (third highest all-time among Seminole freshmen), 54 steals (third highest), 102 3-point field goals attempted (third highest), 34 3-point field goals made (fourth highest), 172 rebounds (fourth highest), 95 free throws attempted (fifth highest), 58 free throws (six highest), 4.9 rebounds per game (tied for seventh highest) and 282 points (seventh highest)...named the ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 15, 2008 for his performance in the Seminoles' victory at Georgia State on Dec. 13...scored 11 points, pulled down three rebounds and blocked one shot in Florida State's road win over the Panthers in his return to Atlanta, Ga...totaled 54 steals and 47 blocked shots - he was the only player in the ACC who earned at least 50 steals and at least 45 blocked shots during the 2008-09 season...was one of only seven players in the nation - and the only freshman - to earn at least 50 steals and to block at least 45 shots...he was joined by only Marques Blakely (Vermont; 67 steals and 88 blocked shots; a senior in 2009-10), Kenneth Faried (Moorehead State; 68 steals and 68 blocked shots; a junior in 2009-10), Tony Gaffney (Massachusetts; 61 steals and 115 blocked shots; a senior in 2009-10), Damian Johnson (Minnesota; 58 steals and 60 blocked shots; a senior in 2009-10), Damian Sanders (Duquesne; 71 steals and 79 blocked shots; a junior in 2009-10) and Diamon Simpson (St. Mary's; 61 steals and 57 blocked shots; eligibility completed)...the Seminoles' leader with four games of 10 rebounds or more (17 at Jacksonville, Nov. 15, 2008; 10 vs. Stetson, Nov. 20, 2008; 10 vs. California, Nov. 29, 2008; 10 vs. Florida, Dec. 7, 2008), ranked third on the team as the Seminoles' leader in rebounds 10 times and tied for second on the team with two double-doubles (12 points and 17 rebounds at Jacksonville, Nov. 15, 2009; 10 points and 10 rebounds vs. Stetson, Nov. 20, 2008)...averaged 11.5 points and a team-leading 6.5 rebounds in helping lead the Seminoles to the championship of the four-game Global Sports Classic...he was Florida State's second-leading scorer as the Seminoles gained victories over Coastal Carolina (Nov. 22), Western Illinois (Nov. 24), Cincinnati (Nov. 28) and Cal (Nov. 29)...shot .542 from the field (13 of 24) and .739 (17 of 23) from the free throw line in helping the Seminoles to the four consecutive victories...averaged 9.0 points and 4.6 rebounds in 14 games against NCAA Tournament teams...Florida State's second leading scorer and had 21 blocked shots and 20 steals as the Seminoles won six games during the season against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament...averaged 6.1 points and 4.6 rebounds in seven games against teams that played in the 2009 NIT...blocked eight shots and had seven steals against NIT teams as a freshman...scored in double figures in five of the first six games of his career including a 17-point outburst in the Seminoles' victory over Coastal Carolina in the first round of the Global Sports Classic...freshman season-high of 18 points in the Seminoles' 82-69 victory over Western Kentucky (Dec. 28) in the Orange Bowl Classic...(vs. Boston College): scored eight points and pulled down five rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the 2008-09 season against NCAA Tournament participant Boston College...blocked two shots and earned a game-high tying three steals...all eight of his points came in the second half as the Seminoles worked ferociously to hold onto a lead...his eight points (two dunks, one 3-pointer and one free throw) during the second half all cut into Boston College's lead during the second half...a dunk at the 11:06 mark cut the Eagles' lead to one point with 11:06 remaining and a free throw with 3:10 left in the contest cut the Seminoles' deficit to 66-63...the Eagles held on to win the game, 72-67, in Chestnut Hill (Feb. 24)...(vs. Clemson): averaged 7.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...tied for the team high with six assists and six steals in the two-game regular season series sweep over the Tigers...scored five points, pulled down six rebounds and earned a game-high tying four steals in the Seminoles' momentum-building 65-61 victory over Clemson on the road in Clemson (Feb. 7)...helped the Seminoles recover from as much as a 19-point second half deficit to steal the important win on the road...Florida State rallied from a 14-point deficit with 11:57 left in the game to stun the No. 10 ranked Tigers and the partisan crowd at Littlejohn Coliseum...all five of his points scored during the game came in the second half...a 3-point shot at the 11:38 mark began the Seminoles' comeback in earnest as he made the score 48-37...beginning with his 3-point shot at the 11:38 mark, the Seminoles outscored Clemson 29-13 to gain the four point victory...a Singleton dunk closed the gap to four at 59-55 with 3:12 left before the buzzer...during the final 11:38 of the game he was responsible for five points and a steal that led directly to a lay-up for Jordan DeMercy...grabbed the final rebound of the game with 10 seconds left to seal the game for Florida State...the win improved Florida State's record to 18-5 and 5-3 in the ACC...totaled 10 points, two steals, one blocked shot and one rebound in the Seminoles' victory over No. 12 Clemson, 73-66, in Tallahassee (Feb. 28)...was one of three Seminoles to score in double figures in only 20 minutes of playing time because of foul trouble...all 10 of his points came in the second half as Florida State held the lead for virtually the entire game...biggest of his 10 second half points came on a lay-up to push Florida State's lead back out to seven points with 1:45 left in the game soon after Clemson had closed to within three points with 3:30 remaining in the game...a free throw shot with 41 seconds left in the game gave the Seminoles a commanding 10-point lead and sealed their win over the ranked Tigers...(vs. Duke): averaged 9.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in three games against NCAA Tournament participant and ACC Tournament champion Duke...shot .500 from the field (11 of 22) to go along with four blocked shots and three steals against the Blue Devils...scored six points and added three rebounds as the Seminoles played host to the Blue Devils in Tallahassee (Jan. 10)...scored four of the Seminoles' 14 total points in the first half as Florida State trailed the Blue Devils, 19-14 at halftime...he was one of only three Seminoles to score points along with Toney Douglas (six points) and Solomon Alabi (four points) as Florida State played one of its top defensive halves of the season...the Seminoles held the Blue Devils to 25 percent shooting from the field in the first half and to .429 shooting for the game...a second-half tip-in cut the Blue Devils' lead to 11 as the Seminoles worked to whittle away at as much as a 25 point deficit to fall by only eight points...scored eight points to go along with four rebounds and one steal as the Seminoles traveled to play at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham (March 3)...the Seminoles led by six at halftime and had an advantage of two points with just over two minutes left in the game before falling, 84-81, in a hotly contested match-up...scored three points (on a jumper and a free throw) in a 26 second span to give Florida State a 57-55 lead with 10:27 left in the game...another lay-up at the 9:44 mark vaulted the Seminoles into the lead again by a score a 59-58...earned a steal with 13 seconds left in the game and the Seminoles trailing by five...the ensuing shot by Deividas Dulkys was just off the mark and free throws by Gerald Henderson secured the three-point win at home for the Blue Devils...best performance of his first post-season with 15 points and a game-high nine rebounds as the Seminoles played No. 7 ranked Duke in the championship game of the ACC Tournament at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta (March 15)...scored his 15 points as he tied for game high honors with four made 3-point field goals...also blocked a game-high three shots as the Seminoles set a high bar by playing the ACC Tournament championship game for the first time in school history...scored 11 second half points as the Seminoles outscored the Blue Devils 48-44 in the second half to lose by 10, 79-69...was instrumental in Florida State's comeback with a 3-pointer to cut the deficit to eight (42-34) with 13:39 remaining and a tip-in at the 11:20 mark to cut the deficit to seven (45-38)...seven was as close as Florida State could get in falling in its first ever ACC Championship game...(vs. Georgia Tech): averaged 3.0 points and 4.5 rebounds in two games against Georgia Tech...a team leading six blocked shots (3.0 blocks per game) in the two games against the Yellow Jackets including the Seminoles' victory in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals...scored five points and pulled down four rebounds and was a defensive demon with five blocked shots in helping lead Florida State to a 64-62 win over Georgia Tech at the Georgia Dome in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals...his five blocked shots is tied for the third most in a single game in the ACC Tournament by a freshman...all five points came in the first half and helped Florida Sate jump to a 33-27 lead...the halftime lead was important as the Yellow Jackets took a late lead before Florida State's Derwin Kitchen won the game for the Seminoles with an old fashioned three-point play with seven seconds left in the game....it was Singleton defensively who helped the Seminoles take control of the game in the final four minutes...he earned a steal at the 3:48 mark to help preserve a one-point Florida State lead, pulled down a defensive rebound that began a break that resulted in a lay-up by Uche Echefu and a 61-58 lead with 3:18 remaining and blocked a shot by Alade Aminu with 2:09 remaining and the Seminoles clinging to a three point lead...one point and five rebounds in the Seminoles' victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 5)...also blocked one shot and earned one steal in the Seminoles' 62-58 come-from-behind win at home...his one point on a free throw proved vitally important as it cut the Georgia Tech lead to three with 11:52 remaining in the game...his free throw began a 25-17 game ending run that saw Florida State go from as many as six points down with 14:14 left to six points up with 29 seconds left in the game...(vs. Maryland): scored nine points, pulled down six rebounds and blocked five shots in Florida State's only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...totaled two points and three rebounds in the overtime period as Florida State won the game, 76-73, at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...totaled four points in the first half to spur the Seminoles to a 29-27 lead at the intermission...scored three second half points as the game was sent into overtime by a late Maryland basket and scored two points as Florida State outscored the Terps, 10-7, to gain the win...was outstanding defensively in the second half with four blocked shots to take four potential baskets away from the Terps in the tightly contested game...blocked shots came at the 13:47 mark with the Seminoles holding a 44-38 lead, at the 10:50 mark with Florida State holding a 52-43 lead, at the 10:10 mark with the Seminoles up 52-45 and at the 2:57 mark with Florida State up 64-58...all led to the important victory - the Seminoles' second ACC win of the season...made two free throws in the final 16 seconds of the overtime period to seal the victory for Florida State his first extra session free throw came at the 0:16 mark and put the Seminoles up 74-72...his second free throw closed out the Terps at the 0:01 mark to mark the final score 76-73...(vs. Miami): averaged 5.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Miami...totaled three blocked shots and two steals as the Seminoles and the Hurricanes split the regular season series with each team winning on its home court...scored six points, added two rebounds and two blocked shots as Florida State traveled to play at Coral Gables (Jan. 21)...the Hurricanes outscored the Seminoles 17-12 in the final four minutes of the game to take the 75-69 victory...scored two first half points and four in the second half as the Seminoles worked to take the lead...tied the game at 46-46 with a steal and a spectacular dunk with 12:36 left in the game...scored five points and pulled down three rebounds in Florida State's 80-67 victory over Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 18)...three points in the second half came on a 3-point shot that gave the Seminoles a 36-31 lead with 18:33 left in the game...the Hurricanes led at halftime and his 3-point shot allowed the Seminoles to start building their lead to as many as 13 in gaining the victory...was part of the Seminoles' defensive effort on All-ACC First Team selection Jack McClinton as the Seminoles collectively held him to 13 points and zero assists...(vs. North Carolina): averaged 7.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots in two games against NCAA National Champion North Carolina...scored eight points, pulled down two rebounds and blocked two shots in the Seminoles' game against No. 3 North Carolina in Tallahassee (Jan. 28)...an important 3-point shot brought the Seminoles to within one at the 8:51 mark and helped the Seminoles cut as much as a 13-point deficit to one...the Seminoles took the lead on a lay-up by Luke Loucks at the 8:29 mark...a blocked shot on a Deon Thompson lay-up attempt allowed the Seminoles to maintain a 68-63 advantage with 6:35 remaining...the see-saw ending culminated in a 3-point shot by Bob Cousy award winning point guard Ty Lawson at the Buzzer to give the Tar Heels the 80-77 victory...scored seven points to go along with two rebounds and one blocked shot in helping the Seminoles knock off No. 1 ranked North Carolina in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament in the Georgia Dome on Atlanta (March 14)...the Seminoles' victory over the top ranked Tar Heels vaulted Florida State into the ACC Tournament championship game for the first time in school history...all seven of his points came in the second half as Florida State outscored the Tar Heels, 44-38 to take the 73-70 win...five points in a two-minute span late in the game helped the Seminoles extend their lead and take the victory...a jumper at the 4:48 mark gave Florida State a 66-62 lead and a 3-pointer at the 2:48 mark put the Seminoles up 69-65...was an important 3-point shot as the Tar Heels were able to tie the game and take as much as a one-point lead but never extended their lead out of reach of Florida State...the Seminoles advanced to play Duke in their first ever ACC championship game with the win...(vs. NC State): scored four points and pulled down two rebounds to go along with three steals in the Seminoles' only game against NC State...a starter in his first road game in ACC play as Florida State traveled to play in Raleigh (Jan. 13)...scored the first basket of the game on a lay-up to give Florida State a 2-0 lead at the 19:29 mark...a put-back dunk at the 11:39 mark once again put Florida State ahead 13-12...the Seminoles took the lead for good at the 7:52 mark of the first half and led virtually the entire second half in claiming the 78-65 win...(vs. Virginia): averaged 6.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in victories over Virginia during the 2008-09 regular season...was a perfect two-of two (1.000 percent) from the free throw line as the Seminoles' swept the regular season series with a 73-62 win in Charlottesville (Jan. 24) and a 68-57 win in Tallahassee (Feb. 10)...earned a total of two blocked shots and four steals against the Cavaliers as a freshman...scored seven points and pulled down a game-high seven rebounds as the Seminoles won on the road to improve their record to 16-4 and 3-2 in the ACC...the win was the Seminoles second ACC road win of the season...totaled two first half points and five second half points as the Seminoles led the game wire-to-wire to gain the win...a Singleton 3-point shot gave Florida State its largest lead of the game - 21 points at 54-33 - with 10:31 remaining in the game...scored five points (all in the second half) as Florida State recovered from a halftime deficit to top the Cavaliers at home...his 3-pointer with 15:18 left in the game gave Florida State at 29-26 lead and helped them begin to take the game over...his shot from the bonusphere helped Florida State run out to a quick 9-6 second half advantage in taking control of the game...added two free throws to extend the Seminoles' lead to 12 at 60-48 with 1:31 left in the game...(vs. Virginia Tech): averaged 4.5 points and 3.0 rebounds against NIT participant Virginia Tech as Florida State took the season series from the Hokies...totaled three blocked shots and two steals in leading the Seminoles to the regular season sweep...scored five points and pulled down two rebounds to go along with two blocked shots as the Seminoles earned a come-from-behind victory over Virginia Tech in Blacksburg (Feb. 21)...all five points came in the first half and allowed the Seminoles to take a commanding 43-33 lead at the intermission...scored four points in a 39 second span of the first half to set the Seminoles on the path to victory...a lay-up after his own offensive rebound at the 18:55 mark put Florida State up 4-3 and a dunk after his own steal at the 18:16 mark gave the Seminoles an early 8-3 advantage...a second half block on a lay-up attempt by Virginia Tech's Dorenzo Hudson proved to be one of the biggest plays of the game...his block came at the 10:43 mark with the Seminoles down 49-47..the block helped Florida State's defense hold the Hokies scoreless over a nearly four minute span at the same time the Seminoles' offense was not working at full blast...the Seminoles tied the game just over two minutes later as the teams traded baskets over the next eight minutes...the Seminoles won the game on a buzzer beating jumper by Toney Douglas for the 67-65 road win...the win improved the Seminoles record to 21-6 and 8-4 in the ACC...scored four points and pulled down four rebounds as the Seminoles closed out the regular season with a 63-53 victory over Virginia Tech in Tallahassee (March 8)...the victory pushed the Seminoles record to 23-8 overall and 10-6 in the ACC -- good for a fourth place finish in the ACC standings for the 2008-09 season...all four of his points came in the first half and helped the Seminoles take a 32-25 lead at the intermission...(vs. Wake Forest): scored five points and pulled down three rebounds in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...scored four second half points as Florida State worked from behind in their largest deficit of the season...Wake won the game at home, 86-63 (Feb. 14)...(In three games during the ACC Tournament): averaged 9.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in three ACC Tournament games as the Seminoles advanced to the ACC Tournament championship game for the first time in school history...shot well from the field (.526, 10 of 19) and from the 3-point line (.600, six of 10) and led Florida State with nine blocked shots in the three-game event...five points and five blocked shots in the Seminoles' quarterfinal victory over Georgia Tech (March 13)...seven points and two rebounds in 17 minutes of play in the Seminoles' victory over No. 1 ranked and top seeded North Carolina in the Seminoles' semifinal win over the Tar Heels that sent Florida State to its first ever ACC Tournament championship game appearance...scored 15 points on four-of five shooting from the 3-point line in the ACC Tournament championship game against Duke...(vs. Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament): scored 12 points and pulled down three rebounds to go along with two steals in the Seminoles' NCAA Tournament game against Wisconsin (March 20)...the game was played at the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Id., and was the Seminoles' first NCAA Tournament game since 1998...six points in each half as the Seminoles fell as the No. 5 seed to the No. 12 seed Badgers 61-59 in overtime...six first half points on two 3-point shots spurred the Seminoles to a 31-19 halftime lead...his long range shots came within 37 seconds of each other that gave Florida State a 26-29 lead with 3:05 remaining until halftime...scored four second half points and added two in the overtime period...two second half free throws at the 11:14 mark gave Florida State a 39-27 lead and a jumper in the paint put Florida State up 46-39 with 4:34 left in regulation...gave Florida State another lead in the overtime period with a jumper from the paint to move the Seminoles ahead 56-55 with 3:09 left in the game...Wisconsin outscored the Badgers, 5-3 from that point to take the win and move on to the second round...(vs. Florida): scored eight points and pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds in the Seminoles' game against NIT participant Florida...the Seminoles' won the game at home, 57-55, against the No. 21/23 ranked Gators (Dec. 7)...the game was Florida State's first of the season and Singletons' first career game and victory over a ranked team...of his eight points, six came in the first half and two in the second...gave Florida State its first lead of the game with a 3-point shot that ranked as the Seminoles' first basket of the game to give the Seminoles a 3-2 lead...added a second 3-point to give the Seminoles a 10-7 lead with 12:02 left in the first half...his second 3-pointer broke a tie and put the Seminoles up 10-7 - a lead they would hold for the rest of the half on their way to a 26-25 halftime lead...his two second half points came on two-of-two free throws at the 4:53 and tied the game for the fourth time at 49-49...his two free throws spurred a 10-6 game-ending run for the Seminoles which led to Florida State's 57-55 win...

AT DUNWOODY: Graduated from Dunwoody High School in 2008...averaged a double-double of 21.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 4.7 blocked shots in leading Dunwoody to a 27-4 record and into the semifinals of the 3A state championship tournament during his senior season...earned All-State First-Team honors in Class 3A as a senior...the No. 3 ranked team in the final 2008 state Class 3A rankings...played only one season at Dunwoody after transferring from Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga...Dunwoody was the No. 1 overall seed in the 2008 Georgia State High School Tournament and Singleton led Dunwoody to the Region 5 Class 3A regional title...earned one quadruple-double, four triple-doubles and 16 double-doubles during his senior season...named to the All-Tournament team at the 2008 Beach Ball Classic as he helped Dunwoody to a 2-2 record in the national event...averaged a double-double of 19 points and 15 rebounds in the four game set played by the Wildcats...led Dunwoody to regional tournament victories over Southside and Blessed Trinity to win the regional championship and over Gainesville, Franklin County and Flowery Branch to reach the Final Four of the tournament....Dunwoody fell to Carver of Columbus in the state tournament semifinals...the Wildcats won 18 consecutive games during the season with zero losses coming during the months of January or February...led Dunwoody to the championship of the Martin Luther King Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., with victories over Lee (Fla.) and the Jackson Academy of Applied Technology in January of his senior season.

AT CHEROKEE: Attended Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga. as a freshman, sophomore and junior...averaged a double-double of 19.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 blocked shots as a junior...averaged a career-high 20.3 points and 8.2 rebounds as a sophomore and a double-double of 13.0 points and 11.7 rebounds as a freshman starter on the varsity at Cherokee...led Cherokee to its first state tournament appearance in 25 years during his sophomore season.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 21, 1989...Chris is the son of Stephanie Langston of Canton, Ga., and Carl Singleton of Estill, S.C...selected Florida State over Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Cincinnati, Louisville, Tennessee, Florida and North Carolina.


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