At the 15:12 mark of the second half of the North Carolina A&T game (February 4), Henry passed Keith Williams (1983-87) to become the 49ers all-time assists leader...Finished his career as the 49ers all-time assists leader with 566 career assists...At the 15:54 mark of the first half of the UAB game (January 22), Henry passed Eddie Basden (2001-05) setting the 49ers career steals record...Finished his career with a school-record 296 career steals...Against College of Charleston, he became the 25th player in school history to score 1,000 career points...Scored 1,238 career points which ranks him 18th in the program’s history in career scoring...Finished his career with 61 double-figure scoring games, nine 20-point scoring games, seven double-figure rebounds games and four double-doubles...In the 2014-15 season, he ranked first in Conference USA and 9th in the nation in steals per game at 2.38...In the 2014-1 season, he ranked second in Conference USA and 26th in the nation in assists per game at 5.4...Participated in the 2015 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament...Summer, 2014, he attended the prestigious invitation-only CP3 Elite Guard Camp hosted by NBA All-Star Chris Paul in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
At Charlotte: 2014-15 - Named third-team All-Conference USA as well as to the Conference USA All-Defensive team...Recorded 14 double-figure scoring games including scoring 15 points against Middle Tennessee in the Conference USA Tournament in his final college game...Tallied two 20-point scoring games...Had 19 games with at least five assists including a stretch of seven straight games and he recorded a career-high 12 assists at Middle Tennessee (January 24)...Typical Pierria Henry game with his inprint all over the boxscore with 12 points, five rebounds, six assists and two steals in the 49ers season-opening win at Elon (November 16, 2014)...Grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds and dished out a season-high nine assists against #17 Miami (November 25)...Scored the game-winning basket in dramatic fashion with a three-point basket at the overtime buzzer in the 49ers 66-63 overtime win at UNC Asheville (November 30)...Solid all-around game with 20 points (seven-for-ten from the field and two-for-three from beyond the arc), eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals against College of Charleston (December 16)...For the second straight season, he recorded six steals against Appalachian State...In his return to the state of West Virginia, he scored 19 points, dished out nine assists, recorded six steals and grabbed five rebounds in the 49ers road win at Marshall (January 10)...Scored a season-high 21 points (including 4-for-4 from the field, 2-for-2 from three and 11-for-12 from the line) with seven rebounds, four assists and two blocks in the 49ers win over North Texas (January 15)...Scored seven points, dished out eight assists, grabbed five rebounds, recorded four blocks with three steals at UTSA (February 14)...Played all 45 minutes of the Louisiana Tech (February 19) game, he scored 14 points with eight assists and only three turnovers in the game...Scored five points in the final 39 seconds of the 49ers come-from-behind win at Rice (February 28).
2013-14 - Named third-team All-Conference USA as well as to the Conference USA All-Defensive team...Named third-team All-Conference USA by College Sports Madness...Only player in Conference USA and one of only a handful of players in the nation that averaged double-figures (12.3 ppg) and at least five rebounds (5.1 rpg) and five assists (5.8 apg) per game...Tallied a career-high 175 assists, which was the seventh highest single-season total in school history...Ranked second in Conference USA and 23rd in the nation in assists per game at 5.8...Ranked second in Conference USA and 26th in the nation in steals per game at 2.13...Recorded 21 double-figure scoring games and five 20-point scoring games...Led the 49ers in scoring at 12.3 points per game and he averaged 13.4 points per game in Conference USA play...Had 18 games with at least six assists and three games with at least five steals...Another solid game against #13/#14 Michigan (November 24) when he scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out six assists (passed to Terrence Williams led to the game-winning shot against Michigan)...Recorded his first career double-figure assists game with 10 assists against Marshall (February 15)...Recorded his second career double-figure assists game with 10 against Old Dominion (March 2) and only had two turnovers in that game...Had one of the best games of his career with 23 points (including three three-point field goals and six-for-six from the line), seven rebounds, seven assists, four steals and two blocked shots against North Carolina A&T (January 4)...Started the season off with another solid all-around game with 17 points, eight rebounds, five steals and three assists in the 49ers season opening win over ETSU (November 8)...Recorded his first 20-point scoring game of the season with team-high 21 points at College of Charleston (November 12)...Nearly recorded a triple-double with 10 points, a career-high tying nine assists and seven rebounds vs. Kansas State (November 21)...Scored 18 points including the final six points of regulation which included the game-tying basket in the 49ers victory over Tulsa (January 16)...Nearly recorded a triple-double against Tulsa with 18 points, nine rebounds and eight assists in a career-high 41 minutes...Named College Sports Madness Conference USA Player of the Week (January 20), after averaging 16 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and three steals in the 49ers victories over Tulsa and North Texas. ..Recorded his third 20-point scoring game of the season with 20 points at Louisiana Tech (January 23)...Recorded his fourth 20-point scoring game of the season with 20 points to go along with five rebounds and four assists at East Carolina (February 27)...Scored a season-high 26 points (19 points in the second half) with seven rebounds and four assists on the road at Marshall (March 6)...Saw his consecutive starts streak end at 50 after missing the Davidson (December 4) game due to a bone bruise on his left knee.
2012-13 - Named to the A-10 All-Defensive team...Named Most Outstanding Player at the Great Alaska Shootout...Named A-10 Player of the Week (March 11) after recording double-doubles against Duquesne (18 pts. & 10 rebs.) and Saint Joseph’s (12 pts. & 11 rebs.)...49ers were 18-10 this season when Henry dishedout at least two assists and had seven games with at least five assists...Played one of the best games of his career with a career-high 28 points went 12-for-15 from the line including going 8-for-11 from the line in the final four seconds of 49ers dramatic A-10 Tournament win over Richmond...Recorded his third straight double-double with 28 points and a career-high 12 rebounds against Richmond...Recorded his first career 20 points scoring game against La Salle...Ranked 8th in the nation in steals (2.55 steals per game)...One of two Niners to start every game...Stat stuffer who seems to have numbers all over the boxscore (points, rebounds, blocks, assists and steals) after each game...Nearly recorded a triple-double against Texas State, scored 12 points, grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds and dished out a career-high tying seven assists...After missing his first free throw he connected on nine straight against Georgia Southern...Scored the 49ers last six points (including the game-winning basket with a difficult jump shot from the baseline over a Davidson defender with 24 seconds left in the game)...Scored 11 points (5-5 from the line), grabbed eight rebounds, dished out five assists and recorded four steals against Davidson...Against Florida State, he recorded a career-high six steals which is the most steals by a Niner since Charlie Coley had seven steals against Richmond, Feb. 2, 2008...Recorded his second career double-figure rebounds game with 10 boards against Rhode Island....Scored 14 points and dished out a career-high nine assists at Temple...Recorded his third career double-figure rebounds games with 11 rebounds against VCU...Solid game in the 49ers road win at #10 Butler with a team-high 17 points, four steals, three assists and only one turnover in 33 minutes.
2011-12 - Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team...Earned A-10 Rookie of the Week honors twice...Ranked seventh in the nation and second in the A-10 at 2.6 steals/game...Broke 28-year old 49ers freshman record with 72 steals (previous record was 54 by Keith Williams in 1984)...ESPN.com’s Dana O’Neil: mid-season A-10 Rookie of the Year...Stat stuffer has highs of 14 pts; 9 rebs; 7 asts; 5 steals...Had nine games in double figures...Recorded a team-high with 96 asts (3.4/gm) Tied for 3rd most by a 49er freshman.
At South Charleston High: 2011 Class AAA Player of the Year runner-up...Earned All-State honors twice...Scored over 1,300 career points (top five all-time for Black Eagles)...In 2011 earned first-team All-State honors...In 2011, he was named Kanawha Valley Player of the Year and Charleston Daily Mail Player of Year...Averaged 20 pts; 12 rebs; six assists; five steals and two blocks as a senior...Averaged 16.2 points; 8.0 rebounds; 6.0 assists; 5.0 steals as a junior...Named first team all-state in football...Led Black Eagles to two state football titles; Championship game MVP as a junior...Broke Randy Moss’ record for longest TD reception in title game with an 89 yard touchdown reception...As a junior, he led the state in interceptions with 13...Played AAU ball with West Virginia Wildcats.
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