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Isaiah Dahlman
Isaiah Dahlman

Class:
Senior

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 195

Position:
G

Hometown/High School:
Braham, Minn./Braham Area


12/06/2006

Michigan State vs. IPFW (12-6-06)

Michigan State vs. IPFW (12-6-06)

12/06/2006

Michigan State vs. IPFW (12-6-06)

Michigan State vs. IPFW (12-2-06)

Career Stats
Dahlman Career Game-By-Game Stats

The Word
Wing player with good size and length • Owns a variety of moves and has good ball skills, allowing him to score from many different spots on the court • Has worked to develop consistency in his outside shooting • His versatility and experience could create more opportunities as a senior.

2008-09
Appeared in 16 games • Co-recipient of MSU's Unsung Player Award • Averaged 0.8 points and 0.6 rebounds per game • Scored a season-high six points against Alcorn State (12/13) in seven minutes • Scored two points against North Carolina (4/6) in the NCAA Championship game • Academic All-Big Ten.

2007-08
Appeared in 19 games • Averaged 1.1 points and 0.5 rebounds per contest • Scored a season-high six points vs. Penn State (2/20), connecting on two 3-pointers, while also adding a season-best two rebounds • Scored four points vs. IPFW (12/15) • Played a season-high 10 minutes against San Jose State (12/19) • Academic All-Big Ten.

2006-07
Appeared in 26 games, starting eight • Ranked fourth on the team with 30 assists (1.2 apg) • Averaged 6.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 25.6 minutes in his eight consecutive starts between Dec. 16 (Chicago State) and Jan. 14 (Illinois) • Scored a career-high 11 points vs. Chicago State, adding four rebounds and four assists • Also scored in double figures against UW-Green Bay (12/23) and The Citadel (11/12), scoring 10 points in each contest • Scored nine points in three other games • Grabbed a career-high six rebounds against both IPFW (12/6) and Belmont (12/19), while recording four rebounds in four other contests • Dished out a career-high five assists vs. Youngstown State (11/9), tallying four assists in three other contests • Played more than 30 minutes in four contests, including 38 against both Chicago State and Belmont • Missed seven games (1/20 - 2/13) with an injury in his right foot.

High School
Posted a three-year record of 95-4, including 65 straight wins in one stretch, playing for Coach Bob Vaughan at Braham Area High School, winning three-straight Minnesota 2A state championships • Finished his career with 3,366 points, becoming Minnesota's all-time leading scorer in boys' basketball • Averaged 33.6 points, 6.5 rebounds and 4.9 assists as a senior, shooting 59.8 percent from the field • Earned Minnesota's Associated Press Player of the Year and Minnesota Mr. Basketball accolades • Named MVP of the 2006 Class 2A All-Tournament Team • 2006 St. Paul Pioneer Press Player of the Year • 2006 Second-team EA Sports All-America honoree • Three-year team captain • Named the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Class 2A Player of the Year by Minnesota Basketball News • Named to Street and Smith's All-America Fourth Team in fall 2005 • Rated the No. 13 small forward and No. 61 player overall by Scout.com • Averaged 28.2 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists as a junior • His team posted a 33-0 record in his junior season, finishing with a No. 19 national and a No. 4 regional ranking from USA Today • Earned 2005 Associated Press Player of the Year honors in Minnesota, while being the only junior on the AP all-state first team • Averaged 27.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists as a sophomore, leading Braham to a Class 2A state championship • 2004 Associated Press all-state honoree • Three-time conference MVP, earning all-conference honors as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior • Participated in the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival • Also a standout wide receiver and defensive back for high school football team • Member of the National Honor Society • Played AAU basketball for Howard Pulley Panthers.

Personal
Born Nov. 12, 1987 • Son of Nathan and Kathy Dahlman • Brother, Noah, plays Division I basketball at Wofford • Grandson of Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer John Kundla, former coach of the Minneapolis Lakers and Minnesota Golden Gophers • Communication major.

Dahlman's Career Highs
Minutes: 38 - two times, last vs. Belmont (12/19/06)
Points: 11 - vs. Chicago State (12/17/06)
Rebounds: 6 - two times, last vs. Belmont (12/19/06)
Assists: 5 - vs. Youngstown State (11/9/06)
Field Goals: 4 - vs. IPFW (12/6/06)
Field Goal Attempts: 8 - vs. Chicago State (12/16/06)
3-Point Field Goals: 2 - two times, last vs. Penn State (2/20/08)
3-Point FG Attempts: 3 - two times, last vs. Penn State (2/20/08)
Free Throws: 5 - vs. Chicago State (12/16/06)
Free Throw Attempts: 6 - two times, last vs. Loyola (MD) (12/30/06)
Steals: 2 - two times, last vs. IPFW (12/6/06)
Blocks: 2 - two times, last vs. Belmont (12/19/06)