GREEN BAY, Wis. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) - Green Bay guard Rahmon Fletcher (Kansas City, Mo.) recently ended a four-year standout career with the men's basketball program. As a senior in 2010-11, Fletcher was named to the All-Horizon League Second Team after averaging 15.7 points per game. It was the fourth time in as many seasons that Fletcher had received a postseason award from the Horizon League.
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Below is a look at's impressive career in a Green Bay uniform by the numbers:
4 - Consecutive seasons that Fletcher's scoring average was in double figures.
10 - The Kansas City native ranks among the top-10 all-time in 10 major statistical categories, including points (fifth), scoring average (t-10th), field goals made (sixth), field goals attempted (fourth), three-point field goals made (t-eighth), three-point field goals attempted (eighth), assists (fifth), steals (second), games played (third), games started (first).
13.1 - Fletcher's career scoring average while at Green Bay.
18.5 - Scoring average in 29 home games as a junior and senior.
20 - The jersey number that Fletcher donned while at Green Bay.
65.6 - Percentage of career games in which the 5-10 guard scored in double figures.
77.2 - Green Bay's winning percentage at the Resch Center during Fletcher's career with the Phoenix.
83 - Total number of wins that Green Bay accumulated in four seasons with Fletcher on the roster.
123 - Fletcher's number of career starts, the most by any Phoenix player in the history of the program.
197 - Fletcher ranks second all-time in career steals with 197. He trails only former teammate Terry Evans, who had 237 from 2004-09.
1021 - Combined points scored by Fletcher in his junior and senior campaigns.
1678 - Career point total which ranks fifth all-time in Green Bay history.