Chris Ross | #40 | C
Hometown: Spartanburg, S.C.
Previous School: Dorman H.S.
Saw action in all 32 games, while starting 30 contests … Third on the team with 5.0 rebounds per game and fourth in scoring, with 9.3 points per contest … Led the starters and ranked 11th in the South Atlantic Conference with a 51.5 field goal percentage … Scored a career-high 20 points at Lenoir-Rhyne (11/23/14) … Connected on a career-best 7-of-8 free throws at Brevard (1/22/14) … Pulled down a career-best 12 rebounds at Erskine (11/12/13) … Handed out three assists at Georgia College (12/16/13) … Logged a career-high 41 minutes vs. Wingate (12/04/13) … Shared the team lead and ranked 13th in the SAC with 24 blocked shots on the season … Posted a double-double (16 points and 12 rebounds) at Erskine (11/12/13) … Reached double figure scoring 13 times … Led the team in rebounding on four occasions … Ranked fifth in the conference with 71 offensive rebounds and 13th in total rebounds.
Played in every game, while drawing a starting nod on six occasions … Scored a career-high 10 points vs. Mars Hill (02/02) … Recorded a team career-high four blocked shots vs. Carson-Newman … Pulled down a career high seven boards at Young Harris (12/19) … Saw a career-high 29 minutes of action in the win past Montevallo (11/17) … Led the team with six rebounds at Tusculum … Led the team in blocked shots on 18 occasions.
Played in 12 games during his freshman season … Averaged six minutes a contest … Averaged 0.8 points and 0.6 rebounds per game … Connected on four-of-nine from the field and two-of-three from the free throw line … Scored a season-high four points in the win past Catawba … Recorded a season-high three rebounds in the win over Lenoir-Rhyne.
Native of Moore, S.C. … Post player who competed for the Dorman High School Cavaliers … Notched three double-figure outings during his senior campaign, highlighted by an 18-point night against Laurens High School.
Born on July 26, 1992 in Spartanburg, S.C. … Son of Melanie Hall and Jesse Ross … Majoring in Communications.