|High School:||Montgomery Blair HS|
As a senior played in all 25 games… Averaged 3.6 ppg and, 1.6 rpg… Scored in double figures four times, including 14 points versus MSOE (11/17/12) and 12 points to go with a career-high 9 rebounds versus RPI (11/18/12) at the MSOE Tip Off Tournament where he was named to the all tournament team… Career high 4 assists versus Santa Cruz (12/15/12)… Team Mr. Hit Re-Hit award winner
As a junior, played in 25 games ... Averaged 5.8 ppg, 1.7 rpg, and shot 37 percent ... Scored in double figures seven times, including the final five games of the season when he shot 22 of 40 from the field and 13 of 16 from the free throw line ... Career-high 20 points versus Whittier (2/15/12) ... Season-high five rebounds versus Pomona-Pitzer (1/14/12) ... Career-high three steals on three separate occasions
As a sophomore, played in 22 games and started 3 ... Averaged 1.2 ppg and 1.4 rpg ... Played season-high 32 minutes in overtime game versus Redlands (1/12/11) ... Season-high four points against Southwestern College (12/3/10) and Pomona-Pitzer (2/9/11) ... Tied career-high of three assists and set high of two steals at Redlands (2/5/11)
As a freshman, appeared in 24 games and started 4 ... Career-high 10 points against Whittier ... Scored six points and had career-highs with eight rebounds and three assists versus Pomona-Pitzer ... Nailed two 3-pointers on three separate occasions
National Merit Finalist ... Maryland all-state in volleyball ... Outstanding Senior Award
Computer Science major...Born August 29, 1991 in Nanchung, China...Wants to be an engineer or work on Wall Street...Working at Facebook as a software engineer intern during summer of 2012 ... Internship at IGN in San Francisco during summer of 2011 ... SURFed in 2010 with Steve Chien of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (Onboard automated processing of SAR (synthetic aperture radar) data for autonomous unpiloted vehicles and autonomous spacecraft)...Son of Shuibang and Liping...Has two brothers named Andrew and Timothy
"At a college as rigorous as Caltech, basketball is a challenge, an escape, and a passion."