HOUSTON - College of Charleston's Andrew Goudelock (Stone Mountain, Ga.) led the West squad to a 113-108 victory over the East squad with game-high tying 21 points in the 2011 Reese's College All-Star Game held Friday night at Reliant Stadium, site of the 2011 NCAA Men's Final Four.
The 6-foot-2 senior guard shot 8-of-17 from the floor including five three-pointers and also had one assist and one steal. Goudelock shined all weekend and was a local fan favorite after being crowned the State Farm and Mercedes Benz 3-Point champion on Thursday night at the University of Houston's Hofheinz Arena.
"It has been a fun experience," said Goudelock, CofC's all-time leading scorer and one of the greatest players in Southern Conference history. "I wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to come to Texas and do some great things. It's an honor to have participated in such a prestigious game and 3-point event. I am happy we won today and it was a really good weekend for me."
Goudelock will travel next to the 2011 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament to be held on April 6-9 in Portsmouth, Va. The Portsmouth Invitational annually serves as a pre-NBA Draft camp featuring the best players in all of college basketball. He was one of 64 players across the country to receive an invitation to Portsmouth. Goudelock will team up with Jeff Allen of Virginia Tech, Papa Dia of SMU, Jon Diebler of Ohio State, Justin Harper of Richmond, Sam Muldrow of South Carolina, Justin Hurtt of Tulsa and Jacob Pullen of Kansas State on the Roger Brown's roster.
"I have a lot of workouts and training coming up in preparation for Portsmouth," Goudelock said. "It will be a really hard grind over the next two weeks. I want to show people I can do more than shoot. If I work hard, like I always do, I know I will have a great shot (at the NBA Draft)."
CofC Fans can follow Goudelock and his basketball journeys on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/3Goudelock