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2013-14 Men's Basketball
Filip Cvjeticanin
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Filip Cvjeticanin
Filip Cvjeticanin

POS.F
HT.6-9
WT.218
YR.Jr.
HOMETOWNZagreb, Croatia
PREVIOUS SCHOOLAmerican School of Madrid

 Career Stats

As A Junior (2013-14) | Game-By-Game Stats

As a Sophomore (2012-13) | Game-By-Game Stats
Appeared in 35 games and averaged 13 minutes per game … recorded a season-high 14 points in 23 minutes against Mercer on Jan. 2 … brought in a season-high eight rebounds against Southeastern on Dec. 18 … was 2-for-2 from three-point range against UNF on Jan. 7 … recorded two blocks against Lipscomb on Feb. 16 … finished second in the Atlantic Sun with a three-point percentage of .430.

Bahamas Summer of Thunder Tour (Summer of 2012)

Averaged 16.7 points and 6.3 rebounds per game during 3-0 foreign tour … reached double figures in each game … bolstered rebounding figure with 16-point and 12-rebound performance in the finale against the Grand Bahamas All-Stars (Aug. 10) … made seven three-pointers … opened with 15 points against the Commonwealth Bank Giants (Aug. 8) … finished with 19 points on 7-of-15 from the field, including 3-of-5 from deep, against the Mailboat Cybots (Aug. 9) … 12 rebounds against the Grand Bahamas All-Stars included five on the offensive end.

As A Freshman (2011-12)
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Developed into a big scoring threat off the bench during the second half of the season … averaged 6.8 points and 1.8 rebounds … finished second in the Atlantic Sun with a 43 percent shooting clip (56-130) from three-point land and was 13th in the conference with 1.8 treys per contest … made a three-pointer in 26 of 32 games, sinking multi-threes in 17 outings … led the team with 12 double figure outings off the bench … reached double-digits in five of the last seven games, averaging 10.3 points and 3.3 rebounds over three games at the A-Sun Tournament … shot 45 percent (76-170) from the floor, while adding seven steals and five blocks over 15.4 minutes per game … led the team in scoring twice … made his first collegiate and lone start of the season against Ave Maria (Nov. 14) and had a season-high six rebounds … was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field, including two from beyond the arc, for 10 points against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 17) … knocked down 4-of-6 from three at Nebraska (Dec. 7) for 12 points … had back-to-back games with 10 points on the road at UNF (Jan. 7) and Jacksonville (Jan. 9) … team’s leading scorer at Belmont (Jan. 16) with 11 points on 3-of-6 from three … followed 12 point-performance against Longwood (Jan. 24) with a season-high 17 points in 20 minutes in a win over Kennesaw State (Jan. 28) … scored 11 points in the second half against the Owls, making a season-high five trifectas (5-6) in the game … averaged 10.3 points over the final seven games of the season in which he reached double figures five times … made 19-of-45 from beyond the arc over the seven games, highlighted by 5-of-10 from deep against Stetson (Feb. 17) that resulted in 15 points … opened the A-Sun Tournament with 11 points in a win over No. 3 seed USC Upstate (Mar. 1) … scored 10 of FGCU’s first 13 points in the A-Sun Championship against No. 1 seed Belmont (Mar. 3) and finished with all 13 of his points in the first half on 5-of-10 from the field to go along with five rebounds.

High School
Attended the American School of Madrid (Spain) as a senior, but played with Asefa Estudiantes junior team … reached double figures in all three games at the Madrid U-18 Tournament as Estudiantes competed for a spot in the Spanish Nationals … opened with 12 points against Fuenlabrada before leading the team to a win over Torrejon … drilled a trio of three-pointers to finish with 13 points against Torrejon … spent three previous years at Zagrebacka Umjetnicka Gimnazija HS in Croatia.

Personal
Son of Danko Cvjeticanin and Nika Antunac … born on Jan. 11, 1993 … born in Spain and then moved to Croatia … father was a member of the Yugoslavian Silver Medal squad at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, and the 1992 Croatian Silver Medal team at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona … proud of his family; Marga Pirjac (stepmother), Vladimir Cvjeticanin (grandfather), Duska Cvjeticanin (aunt), Masa Katic (aunt) and Olga Buha Cvjeticanin (great aunt) … communications major.