Neil P. Dougherty
Has seen action in 77 career games, earning three starting assignments.
Needs just 27 points to reach 100 for his career.
Has been recognized for his work in the classroom by both the Mountain West Conference and Conference USA.
Named to the MWC's Academic All-Conference Team.
Set career highs in points (39), assists (38), rebounds (26) and steals (9).
Averaged 14.7 minutes per game, an increase of nearly 10 minutes per contest over the previous year.
Ranked fourth on the team in assists with an average of 1.6 per outing and had the Horned Frogs' top assist-to-turnover ratio with 38 assists to 29 turnovers.
Dished out a career-high six assists versus BYU on Feb. 25 in his first career start.
Was in the starting lineup for the Frogs' final three regular-season games, including the national televised victory over Utah.
Averaged 22.2 minutes and 3.0 assists over his last six games played.
Against the Cougars, nailed two free throws and played 30 minutes to match a career high.
His seven points at MWC champion San Diego State on Feb. 18 were a season high and just one shy of a career best.
Established a career high by playing 30 minutes against the Aztecs and also tied a personal best with three rebounds.
Picked up each of his nine steals during conference play.
Injured his left knee during preseason workouts and underwent successful surgery that forced him to miss just the first six games of the year.
Returned to action for the first time against Tulane on Dec. 7.
Played in a career-high 30 games on the year, seeing 5.4 minutes of action per contest.
Averaged 0.7 points, 0.6 rebounds and 0.4 assists.
Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2005 for achieving a grade point average of at least 3.0.
Earned the Dr. James Cash Academic Award for having the team's best grade point average.
Was one of three recipients of the first-ever Work Ethic Award at the team's annual banquet.
Had 12 assists to 11 turnovers on the year.
Scored a career-best eight points vs. Louisville in the C-USA Tournament on perfect 2-for-2 shooting from 3-point range.
Scored four points in 15 minutes at Vanderbilt.
Matched a career high with two rebounds on six occasions, five of which occurred in TCU wins.
Tied a career-best effort with three assists in a Frog win over Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Posted a career-best three steals against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Played 10-plus minutes in four straight December games, with a high of 21 against Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Entered the scoring column in the Frogs' first three games of the season.
Tabbed to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for the 2003-04 academic year.
Appeared in 23 games in his first year at TCU, playing 89 total minutes.
Averaged 0.6 points and 0.5 rebounds per contest as a true freshman.
Saw game action in each of the Frogs' first 11 contests and scored his first collegiate points in the season opener against Texas-Arlington.
Also dished out a season-high three assists and had a season-best two rebounds in his debut against the Mavericks.
Scored his first points of the league season on a pair of free throws at Memphis on Mar. 3.
Backed that up with a season-high five points in 11 minutes of work at UAB in the regular-season finale on Mar. 6.
Connected on his first career 3-pointer and made both of his free throw attempts against the NCAA Tournament-bound Blazers.
Made the trip to Milwaukee, but sat out the Marquette game on Feb. 3 due to an illness.
Played in 11 of TCU's 16 conference games.
Saw three minutes of action at the point guard spot against No. 1 Kansas, his favorite school while growing up, on Dec. 1.
Converted 2-of-3 free throws and had a pair of rebounds against Stephen F. Austin on Dec. 8.
Played a season-high 12 minutes vs. Grambling State, dishing out two assists.
High School Career
Averaged 9.1 points, 6.4 assists and 4.0 rebounds as a senior at North Crowley High School.
Shot 81 percent from the foul line.
Was named the Fort Worth Region's Newcomer of the Year by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Played at Free State High School in Lawrence, Kan., prior to moving to Fort Worth.
Was a two-year starter at point guard for the Firebirds.