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Ryan Bass
Ryan Bass

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dayton, Ohio

High School:
Dunbar

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170

Position:
Guard

Experience:
Communication

Twitter:
@Boom33_



11/09/2014

GETTING TO KNOW OAKLAND'S NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

The Golden Grizzlies will once again play one of the toughest schedules in the country.

01/10/2014

OU'S BASS WILL NOT RETURN TO BASKETBALL TEAM

The senior guard is attending classes at Oakland.

10/01/2013

RYAN BASS LEAVES OAKLAND BASKETBALL TEAM

The senior guard left for reasons unrelated to athletic participation or academic performance.

09/26/2013

OAKLAND BASKETBALL OPENS PRACTICE ON FRIDAY

The Golden Grizzlies will have their first team practice from 6-8 a.m. in the O'rena.

03/10/2013

Oakland Falls to Fort Wayne, 91-72, at The Summit League Tournament

The Golden Grizzlies shot 35% in the game.

02/23/2013

Postgame Press Conference

Coach Kampe, Travis Bader, and Ryan Bass talk about their team's victory over Morehead State.

02/09/2013

Oakland wins 88-83

Highlights of Oakland defeating South Dakota State 88-83

02/02/2013

Oakland wins at Omaha 96-81

Highlights from Oakland's win at Omaha 96-81

01/24/2013

Oakland wins 89-71

Travis Bader scored 47 points and set a school record by hitting 11 3-pointers in one game.

01/12/2013

Oakland fell to NDSU 73-65

Oakland vs. North Dakota State Highlights

02/23/2013

Oakland vs. Morehead State

Golden Grizzlies hosted the Eagles in the Ramada BracketBusters Game

02/09/2013

Oakland vs. South Dakota State

The men's basketball team hosted their third straight league leader as South Dakota St played in the O'rena on Saturday

01/24/2013

Oakland vs. IUPUI

The Golden Grizzlies and Jaguars battled in the O'rena on Thursday night.

01/19/2013

Oakland vs. South Dakota

The Oakland men's basketball team took on the Coyotes of South Dakota Saturday evening in the Athletic Center O'rena.

01/17/2013

Oakland vs. Kansas City

The men's basketball team took on Kansas City to open up a four-game homestand Thursday in the O'rena

Overview:An athletic point guard that became more of a scorer in 2011-12 ... Solid defender and was named MVP of his district all-star game after scoring 36 points in high school ... Tremendous leaping ability ... Received a grade of 83 on ESPN.com and can affect the game with speed and quickness ... Won a conference championship in the high jump after clearing 6 feet, 7 inches in high school.

2011-12 Highlight Video

Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

2012-13 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Reached a career-high tying 22 points on a career-high 4 3-pointers at North Dakota State (1/12), finishing 9 of 15 from the floor
▪ Scored 15 points, blocked a career-high 2 shots and made a season-high 3 triples at South Dakota State (1/10)
▪ Posted 20 points on 7 of 15 shooting vs. Omaha (1/3)
▪ Made the game-winning jumper with 1.6 seconds left at Eastern Michigan (12/22), finishing with 9 points
▪ Returned to the lineup and dished out a career-high 6 assists at Ohio (12/8)
▪ Dished out a career-high tying 5 assists at Texas Southern (11/20)
▪ Responded with a 4-for-5 shooting night at Boise State (11/13), scoring 11 points in 10 minutes of action
▪ Reached double figures with 12 points and matched his career-best in steals with 4 in the opener vs. Albion (11/9)

2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Tallied 5 assists in a career-best 4 games
▪ Posted a career-best 8 double-figure scoring games
▪ After missing his first 9 attempts from behind the arc, went 14-for-33 since (42%)
▪ Led team to CIT Final Four after scoring 13 points per game and shooting better than 50% from three
▪ Tallied a career-high 22 points on 3 of 4 long-range shooting vs. Buffalo (3/17) in a career-high 33 minutes
▪ Dished out a career-high tying 5 assists in regular-season finale at South Dakota (2/25)
▪ Went 2-for-2 from behind the arc and scored 13 points to go with 5 assists vs. IPFW (2/11)
▪ Made a career-best 3 of 4 treys at IPFW (1/14), finishing with a career-high 15 points before fouling out
▪ Finished with 9 points and career-high 5-for-5 from the free-throw line against NDSU (12/28)

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Averaged 3.1 points and 1.7 assists per game in league play
▪ Returned to his hometown of Dayton at Wright State (11/23) and dished out a then season-high two assists and had no turnovers in six minutes
▪ Broke out against Southern (11/26), tallying six points, four rebounds and three assists in 13 minutes
▪ Tallied four assists at No. 2 Ohio State (12/23), committing just one turnover in 12 minutes of action
▪ Top performance came at IPFW (1/15), scoring a career-high 11 points, going 4-for-4 from the free-throw line
▪ Went 3-for-4 from the floor and scored seven points in 13 minutes at North Dakota State (1/22)
▪ Led the team with four assists to just one turnover at Western Illinois (2/3)
▪ Played in a season-high 21 minutes at IUPUI (2/5), going 3-for-4 from the floor and dished out a season-high five assists
▪ Tallied a career-best two steals versus North Dakota State (2/17)
▪ Went a season-best 5-for-6 from the free-throw line in regular-season finale at Southern Utah (2/26)
▪ Scored four points and had one steal in 11 minutes in the semifinals of Summit League tournament versus South Dakota State (3/7)

High School
▪ Two-year letterwinner in basketball
▪ Played his final season at Dunbar under coach Pete Pullen and junior season at CJ High School under coach Joe Staley
▪ Led team to state title as a senior
▪ Garnered all-state, all-tournament and all-area honors
▪ Participated in District 15 Ohio North-South Kings of the Court All-Star game
▪ Two-time athlete of the week by Channel 7 during senior campaign
▪ Broke single-game school record with a 12-for-12 performance against Massanutten Military Academy
▪ Lettered in track and field and won a conference title in the high jump

Top Athletic Performance
▪ Making the game-winning shot at Eastern Michigan (12/22/12) to give Oakland a two-point win

Personal
Full Name: Ryan Phillip Bass
Birthdate: June 27, 1992
Parents: Russell Bass and Bettina Long
▪ Cousin Daequan Cook played college ball at Ohio State and was an NBA first round draft pick of the Philadelphia Sixers. He currently plays for the Oklahoma Thunder.
Sister: Brittany Price (24)

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland
1. Program
2. Must win attitude
3. Strong Academics

CAREER HIGHS

Points
22 (2 times), Last at North Dakota State (1/12/13)

Rebounds
6 (3 times), Last at Kansas City (2/16/13)

Assists
9 vs. IUPUI (1/24/13)

Field Goals
9 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)

Field Goal Attempts
15 (2 times), Lastat North Dakota State (1/12/13)

3-Pt. Field Goals
4 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)

3-Pt. FG Attempts
8 at North Dakota State (1/12/13)

Free Throws
9 at Kansas City (2/16/13)

Free Throw Attempts
10 at Kansas City (2/16/13)

Steals
4 (3 times), Last at Ohio (12/8/12)

Blocks
2 at South Dakota State (1/10/13)

Minutes
41 vs. Morehead State (OT) (2/23/13)

Miscellaneous
Double-Figure Scoring: 21
20-point Scoring: 3
5 or more Assists: 9

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