Bears' Players Postgame Press Conference: Oklahoma St.
2010-11 Finished sixth on the club in scoring (5.5) and was third in blocked shots (15) ... Played 31 games for the 26-9 Bears, providing a key spark off the bench for the 2010-11 MVC regular-season champions ... Scored 4 points in an 11-minute stint vs. Murray State (3/15/11) in NIT first round win ... Played in two of three games at MVC Tournament, compiling 6 points and 17 minutes off the bench ... In just 9 minutes vs. Drake (2/15/11), he tallied 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting. Has not scored in three games since then ... Notched 5 points, 3 rebounds and a three-pointer in win at Illinois State (2/12/11) ... Had 8 points vs. UNI (1/30/11) for his best offensive output in 5 games with season-high 10 FGA ... Earned 20 minutes vs. Creighton (1/22/11) and responded with 6 points, 5 rebounds and a blocked shot ... Knocked down his third trey of the season against Indiana State (1/19/11) ... Tallied double figures for first time in 9 games with 10-point production against Southern Illinois (1/12/11) ... Sparked key MSU run in first half during win at Wichita State (1/9/11) with final 7 points of the period for MSU ... Recorded his fifth MSU dunk in win over Arkansas State (12/22/10) with 6 points and 3 assists ... Scored 12 points and had game-high (and career-high) 8 rebounds in win over Central Arkansas (12/4/10) ... Tallied 13 points off the bench on 4-of-6 from the field and 4-of-4 at the line with 5 boards vs. UALR (12/1/10) ... Scored 5 points in 16 minutes against Pacific (11/23/10) ... Shared team-high scoring honors with Weems in 13-point outburst against Pepperdine (11/22/10) with 7-for-7 effort at the FT line and 3-for-4 from the field ... Notched 7 points off the bench at Tulsa (11/19/10) with 4 rebounds in 19 minutes ... Sat out the Tennessee game (11/17/10) in the NIT second round with an illness ... Played 22 minutes with 8 points and 5 boards in win over Arkansas State (11/16/10) in Preseason NIT.
2009-10 Had team-high 16 points in CIT finals win over Pacific (3/30/10) with 5 rebounds and 7-for-10 shooting effort ... Earned only start of the season vs. Middle Tennessee (3/17/10) and tallied 4 points and 1 rebound in CIT first-round win ... Had 8 points, 3 rebounds in MVC Tournament win over Evansville (3/4/10) ... Snapped a nine-game stretch without scoring in double figures with an 11-point outburst in win over Drake (2/24/10), going 3-for-5 from the field and 5-for-5 at the line ... Matched career high with 6 rebounds at SIU (2/3/10) ... Hit a three-pointer for the third straight game in win over Evansville (1/27/10) with 5 points and 4 rebounds ... Played big off the bench in game at Creighton (1/24/10) on ESPNU with 7 points, 3 rebounds and a three-pointer ... Matched career-best scoring output with 17 points on 8-of-12 shooting in win over Indiana State (1/19/10) to go along with a share of game-high 5 rebounds ... Named MSU Coors Player of the Week for Jan. 11-17 after posting 24 points off the bench and shooting .500 from the field in two-game stretch at Drake and Bradley ... Scored team-high 17 points at Drake (1/12/10) to match career high and was 5-of-6 at the line ... Played career-best 26 minutes and blocked 4 shots in win over Illinois State (1/1/10) ... Hit a pair of three-pointers and dished out career-best 3 assists in win at Evansville with 12-point effort (12/29/09) ... Hit game-tying layup to force overtime at Arkansas (12/22/09) as time expired in regulation ... Also had two dunks, a drawn charge, 25 minutes, and 9 points at Arkansas ... Scored 14 points at UALR (12/2/09) in just 19 minutes on 6-of-8 shooting with 5 rebounds ... Posted double figures in four straight games (11/21-12/2/09 ... Posted career-high 17 points in win over Tulsa (11/28/09), including 8-of-12 from the field, his second career trey. He also fouled out of his first career game ... Earned All-Tournament honors for Hispanic College Fund Challenge, scoring 30 points off the bench and blocking 4 shots in three games ... Shared team-high honors in scoring with 13 points vs. Eastern Michigan (11/22/09) ... Shared team-high rebounding (6) vs. Citadel (11/21/09) with 3 blocked shots ... Had 4 dunks on the season and led the Bears in scoring and rebounding three times each ... Scored in double figures 9 times.
2008-09 Sat out the 2008-09 season in residence after transferring from the University of Colorado in 2008 ... He practiced with the Bears and learned the Missouri State system under first-year head coach Cuonzo Martin.
2007-08 - University of Colorado Played in 14 games for the Buffaloes, earning one start as a true freshman, while averaging 8.1 minutes ... Earned his first college start in win over Colorado Christian (11/20/07) with season highs in points (7), rebounds (5), field goals (3), and minutes (22) ... Scored three points in his first collegiate game against Florida A&M (11/15/07) ... Played extensively in home game against Stanford (12/2/07) with 19 minutes and recorded two rebounds and a blocked shot ... Hit only three-pointer of season at Wisconsin (11/17/07) while snagging three rebounds ... Posted four boards in 46-point win over Grambling (12/29/07) ... Saw action in five Big 12 games, including nine minutes at Oklahoma State (2/6/08) in a three-point outing ... Scored his only 2 conference points in home game against Texas Tech (2/20/08) ... Led team with an .818 free throw percentage ... Averaged 6.7 rebounds per 40 minutes ... Coach Jeff Bzdelik's team was 12-20 overall with a 3-13 mark in the Big 12 and 6-9 record at home.
High School Recorded five triple-doubles as a senior at Ringwood (Okla.) High in 2006-07, while averaging 18.0 points, 11.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocked shots ... Was a four-year starter and letterman for coach Mike Thompson ... Red Devils posted back-to-back 22-4 seasons in 2005-06 and 2006-07 while claiming three straight Cherokee Strip Conference titles ... Named Cherokee Strip MVP, Cherokee Tournament MVP, was a McDonald's All-America nominee as a senior, while helping his team to conference, district, and regional titles ... Was an Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association All-State selection his junior and senior seasons ... Team was 23-8 his sophomore season and made the first of two straight state tournament appearances, including the school's first appearance in 35 years ... In three seasons, he blocked a school-record 336 shots ... Team won three straight district and league tournament titles his last three seasons, while he earned All-Orient and Cherokee All-Tournament honors on three occasions ... Also played baseball at Ringwood High as a standout pitcher and first baseman.
Personal Caleb Coy Patterson was born 4/3/89 in Duncan, Okla. ... He is the son of Rodger, Jr. and Stephanie Patterson of Ames, Okla. ... Has two younger brothers, Kyler and Camden ... Majoring in Psychology ... Posted a 3.45 GPA in the 2010 spring semester ... His mother, Stephanie, played college basketball at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma ... His aunt Lynn Ramsey played college basketball at Western Oklahoma State and Cameron University ... Has played ball with Golden State (NBA) forward Anthony Randolph ... Used to be a competitive rodeo participant ... Considers himself a great cook ... Likes watching Americas Got Talent, Jersey Shore, and East Bound and Down ... Favorite movies are Transformers 2, Transformers, and Avatar ... Biggest sports thrill was playing Kansas in Boulder his freshman season before more than 10,000 fans ... Wants to play professional basketball and coach after college.