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Kody Stattmann

200 lbs.
Cairns, Australia
St. Augustine's College
High School / Club
Kody Stattmann - Men's Basketball - Virginia Cavaliers

• Played four games
• Averaged 3.5 ppg and 1.8 rpg
• Shot 58.3 percent from the field
• Sidelined for 15 games due to non-COVID-19 related cardiac issue
• Scored eight points in 12 minutes vs. Towson (11/25/20)
• Dished out two assists vs. Saint Francis (12/1/20)
• Returned to lineup, recording one block at Florida State (2/15/21)
• Lettered

• Started 10 of 24 games
• Averaged 3.6 points and 2.4 rebounds
• Shot 33.7 percent from the field, 26.9 percent from 3-point range and 66.7 percent from the free throw line
• Missed four games due to illness and two games with a concussion
• Scored career-high 11 points with seven rebounds at Boston College (1/7/20)
• Scored 10 points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds against Virginia Tech (1/4/20)
• Finished with eight points and made first career start against JMU (11/10/19)
• Blocked a career-high three shots against Columbia (11/16/19)
• Had career-high four assists vs. Syracuse (1/11/20)
• Scored five points vs. Clemson (2/5/20) after missing two games with a concussion
• Made career-high two 3-pointers vs. Boston College (2/19/20)
• Named to the ACC Honor Roll
• Lettered

• Played 18 games
• Made collegiate debut vs. Towson (11/6/18)
• Scored first career points with six points vs. Coppin State (11/16/18)
• Scored nine points and made first career 3-pointer vs. Morgan State (12/3/18)
• Made NCAA Tournament debut vs. Gardner-Webb (3/22/19)
• Represented Australia at the FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup, averaging 10.3 points in seven games

• Played high school basketball at St. Augustine’s College
• Averaged 31 points to lead the Australian U17 Emus men’s basketball team to a gold medal at the 2017 FIBA Oceania Championships in Guam
• Earned all-star honors and was the highest point scorer in the 2017 FIBA Oceania Championships
• Tallied 25 points per game to lead the U18 Queensland North basketball team to a silver medal at 2017 nationals
• Member of the Queensland Basketball League’s Cairns Marlins in 2017
• Selected to compete in the U20 Queensland State Team in February of 2018

• Kody Wade Stattmann
• Son of Darryll and Tonya Stattmann
• Has one younger brother, Ky
• Enjoys swimming and playing video games
• Chose Virginia for its high standards, facilities and academics
• Career goal is to play basketball at a professional level
• Sociology major
• Recipient of the 2021-2022 Rogers Family Bicentennial Scholarship Fund