2007-08 Appeared in all 31 games, starting 16 times averaged 5.0 points and 4.3 rebounds per game while shooting .527 (59-112) from the field led the team with 23 blocked shots and was third on the squad with his 56 assists (1.81 apg) had a career-best 5 blocks on January 3 at UC Santa Barbara scored in double figures 6 times on the year had career-high's of 17 points and 10 rebounds in the 49ers 77-52 home win over Loyola Marymount on December 5 had 12 points against Cal State Northridge (2/20) and at Pepperdine (11/21) dished out a career-best 5 assists at Washington (11/26) and at home against San Francisco (12/18) scored 10 points against Montana State and Washington.
CLACKAMAS (2006-07) Freeman led Clackamas Community College to the 2007 NWAACC Championship with a 29-4 record and an undefeated Southern Region title (14-0) he was selected MVP of the Southern Region and was the MVP of the NWAACC Tournament Freeman averaged 18.1 points and 14.4 rebounds per game for the Cougars while shooting .642 (217-338) from the field and .707 (128-181) at the free throw line was named the Southern Division Player of the Week on January 23, was MVP of the Clackamas Holiday Tournament and he was selected to the Lower Columbia Tournament All-Star Team Freeman led the conference in offensive, defensive and total rebounds, was second in blocked shots, fourth in field goal percentage and 17th in scoring average of his 447 total rebounds, 137 were on the offensive glass he also tallied 78 assists, 48 blocks and 43 steals in 31 games recorded two triple-double's on the year during Clackamas' run through the NWAACC Tournament, Freeman averaged 23.3 points and 15.5 rebounds per game en route to tournament MVP honors, breaking the tournament rebound record in an opening round 87-75 win over Blue Mountain, Freeman tallied 20 points and 17 rebounds in the quarterfinals he had 19 points and 17 rebounds in an 87-86 win over Highline during the semifinals, Freeman scored a career-high 36 points (14-19 fg's) and added 18 rebounds as the Cougars defeated Walla Walla 75-65 in the championship game vs. Bellevue, a 67-56 Clackamas triumph, he had 18 points and 10 rebounds after beginning the season at 8-4, and suffering back-to-back losses at the Clackamas Crossover Tournament, the Cougars won their final 21 games of the season.
CLACKAMAS CC (2005-06) Sat out the year due to injury.
CLACKAMAS CC (2004-05) As a freshman Freeman averaged 12.9 points and 10.6 rebounds per game in helping lead his squad to a 24-7 mark and a third place finish in the NWAACC he was named second team All-Southern Division while leading the team in rebounding (12 rpg) and finishing second in scoring (12 ppg).
|WEST ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL Lettered three years in basketball at West Albany High School averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds per game his senior season was a two-time second team All-Valley League selection helped lead West Albany to its first winning season in 10 years his senior campaign was a member of the Oregon ICE club team for three years.
PERSONAL Born July 30, 1986 in Corvallis, Oregon father, Gary, was a professional basketball player with the Milwaukee Bucks (1970-71) is a communication studies major.