#4 Reid Shackelford
Pos: G
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
Year: GR
Major: Master of Business Administration
Parents: Rod & Beth
Birthday: May 26
Hometown: Murrieta, CA
High School: Murrieta Valley
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2016-17:  A proven scorer, he returns for his senior season fighting to keep his starting job…his biggest transition this year will be playing with teammates who are just as talented…scores in bunches…will continue to stretch defenses with a lethal perimeter game…not afraid to take the big shot…enjoys the dribble-attack game with no fear of taking opponents to the basket…winds up shooting a lot of free throws and is a marvelous converter at the line…a tough-minded athlete with a fiery, hard-nosed style of play, very conducive to the team’s defensive system…connects well with teammates, especially those who play the point…creates well, too, finding open teammates when defended on the perimeter…an outspoken leader, he challenges teammates to play better….on the cusp of hitting the 1000-point plateau.

2015-16:  The club’s long-distance sharpshooter lived up to his moniker, giving the Mustangs a lethal threat from behind the arc…poured in a career-high 64 trifectas, highlighted by seven threes at Biola on 2/9/16 en route to 31 points…drained at least four treys in eight other games…tallied a career-high 32 points at Menlo on 12/10/15, when he went 11-19 overall from the field and 5-10 from behind the arc…hit in double figures 23 times and finished third in the GSAC in scoring (18.8ppg)…performed magnificently from the free throw line, nailing 87.2% of his attempts for the seventh-highest single-season mark in program history…went 10-10 from the stripe at Vanguard on 1/30/16 and didn’t miss a free throw in 13 other games…led the squad in assists, dishing out a season-high six twice…paced the club in steals, recording multiple thefts in 13 games…displayed impressive endurance, averaging nearly 33 minutes a game.

2014-15:  Enjoyed a breakout campaign as a starter on the wing, displaying a perimeter game that stretched opponent defenses…played in every game and made 25 starts…averaged just under 12ppg and scored in double figures 22 times…scored a career-high 28 points, featuring a season-best six three-pointers, against Concordia on 12/2/14…finished second on the team with 61 three-pointers…drained three or more trifectas in a game on nine occasions…hit nearly 90% of his attempts from the charity stripe, canning a season-best nine tosses against La Sierra on 11/18/14…had the third-most assists on the club, dishing out a season-high five vs. San Diego Christian on 1/17/15.

2013-14:  Adjusting to a higher level of hoops quickly, he played in all of the club’s 31 games, making two starts and averaging over 20 minutes per outing…developed into a long-range threat, finishing third on the team with 41 three-pointers…poured in a season-high five treys for a season-best 15 points against Mt. Marty of South Dakota on 12/30/13…recorded 13 other games with at least two trifectas…tallied 10 points vs. West Coast Baptist in his collegiate debut on 11/7/13 and followed that with seven more double-digit showings…pulled down a season-best seven rebounds vs. Bethesda on 12/14/13 and handed out a season-best four assists twice.

2012-13:  Redshirted

Murrieta Valley HS:  Played two years of varsity ball for the Nighthawks, playing both backcourt spots…was a spot starter as a junior and gained a regular job in his final prep season…played on teams that went a combined 49-6, won two Southwestern League championships, and advanced to a pair of CIF Southern Section Division 2A playoff semi-final appearances…as a senior, he gained first-team all-league, first-team All-Riverside Area and All-CIF honors after averaging 18ppg, 3.5apg, and four rebounds per game.The club’s long-distance sharpshooter lived up to his moniker, giving the Mustangs a lethal threat from behind the arc…poured in a career-high 64 trifectas, highlighted by seven threes at Biola on 2/9/16 en route to 31 points…drained at least four treys in eight other games…tallied a career-high 32 points at Menlo on 12/10/15, when he went 11-19 overall from the field and 5-10 from behind the arc…hit in double figures 23 times and finished third in the GSAC in scoring (18.8ppg)…performed magnificently from the free throw line, nailing 87.2% of his attempts for the seventh-highest single-season mark in program history…went 10-10 from the stripe at Vanguard on 1/30/16 and didn’t