GREEN BAY CAREER
Selected to the All-Horizon League First Team in 2012-13.
Voted to the NABC All-District 12 Second Team in 2012-13.
Named to Preseason All-Horizon League Second Team in 2012-13.
Scored 539 points in 2012-13, the most points scored by a Phoenix sophomore in program history.
In 2012-13, broke program records for free throws made in a season (159) and game (17).
Named to Horizon League All-Newcomer Team as a freshman in 2011-12.
335 points scored as a freshman were the third most by a Phoenix freshman in the Division I era and the most since Tony Bennett scored 516 in 1988-89.
Named Horizon League Player of the Week on four occasions (Feb. 18, 2013; Dec. 23, 2012; Nov. 12, 2012; Feb. 27, 2012).
Tied career-high 31 points in the Horizon League Championship semifinal against Valparaiso (3/9).
Reached double figures in 31 of 34 games as a sophomore, including eight 20-point games.
Scored 18 points and tied a career high with three three-pointers at UIC (1/31).
Scored 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting at Detroit (1/5).
Named Horizon League Player of the Week on 12/24 after posting 17 points and eight assists against South Dakota.
Scored 20 points and added five assists and zero turnovers in upset win over Marquette (12/19).
Led all scorers with 22 points against Southern Illinois (12/15), sinking 11-of-13 free throws.
Tallied a game-high 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting against North Dakota State (11/24).
Scored 31 points in season opener against Chicago State (11/10), earning Horizon Leaue Player of the Week honors (11/10).
Outburst against CSU was first 30-point game for the program under Brian Wardle.
Made 17-of-19 free throws, setting a new school record for free throws made in a game.
Led all Horizon League freshmen in points (13.8), assists (4.5) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.0), ranking eighth, third and tied for first in the three categories overall.
Posted first career double-double with 17 points and 10 assists against Youngstown State (2/14).
Scored 25 points on 10-of-14 shooting and dished out six assists against Milwaukee (2/4).
Played in three uniforms in gutsy effort against Butler (1/28), scoring 14 points and totaling seven assists.
Tallied 11 points and tied a career-high with seven assists against Valpo (1/26).
Scored in double figures for the fifth-straight game with 15 points at Cleveland State (1/20).
Had 16 points and the game-winning free throws with three seconds left against Wright State (1/12). Added a career-best six rebounds in that contest.
Posted the best game of his young career at Milwaukee, scoring 20 points (1/7).
Had 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting and dished out a career-high seven assists at Valpo (12/31).
Scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds at Butler (12/29).
Played a career-high 33 minutes and totaled eight points, four rebounds and four assists against Loyola (12/3).
Notched 18 points against Michigan Tech (12/13).
Scored all 11 of his points in the second half at Virginia (11/25).
Became the first true freshman to start at point guard since Rahmon Fletcher in 2007.
Grabbed a season-high five rebounds at Indiana State (11/21).
Playing 29 minutes, had nine points and five assists at NDSU (11/16).
Tallied six points and three steals in collegiate debut against Mary (11/11).
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Named to Chicago Sun Times All-Public League Second Team as a senior at Marshall High School.
Scored 14 points and had four assists in Chigo United Hoops All-Star Classic.
Led his team to 28 wins and a third-place finish in Class 3A Tournament in 2009-10.
Averaged 18 points in the Illinois State Tournament.
Played in the IBCA All-Star game along with Phoenix teammate Greg Mays.
McDonald's All-American nominee
Full name is Keifer Jerail Sykes
Is the son of James and Lisa Sykes
Is majoring in communications