3 - Bruce Horan
Bruce Horan
Born: 10/20/1983
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: New Castle, Ind.
High School: Chrysler
Position: G
Seasons at Butler: 3rd season
2004-05: Played in all 28 games, including 22 as a starter...led the Bulldogs in three-point field goals and minutes played...ranked third on the team in scoring...second player in Butler history to record 200 career three-point field goals...posted the fourth-highest Butler single season total for three-point field goals with 84...hit three or more three-point field goals in 16 of 28 games...led the Horizon League in three-point field goal percentage and ranked second in the league in three-point field goals...scored 13 points in Butler's victory at Youngstown State...hit four three-point field goals and scored 12 points while grabbing a career-high eight rebounds at UW-Milwaukee...nailed five three-pointers and finished with 15 points in Butler's victory over Detroit...had 11 points, four rebounds and a career-high five assists in Butler's home win over Loyola...matched his career-high with six three-point field goals and scored a team-high 18 points at UIC...nailed five three-point field goals and led the Bulldogs with 15 points at Detroit...hit a clutch three-pointer with 0:53 left to send the game at Loyola into overtime...hit five three-point field goals and posted a team-high 15 points against IPFW...shared the team scoring lead with 13 points at Indiana State...scored 17 points at Ohio...tallied 15 points and grabbed five rebounds in Butler's win over Miami...notched 14 points and seven rebounds against Greenville...hit seven of eight three-point field goal attempts and scored a team-high 21 points in Butler's exhibition game victory over St. Joseph's. 2003-04: Played in all 30 Butler games, including 29 as a starter...led the Bulldogs and finished second in the Horizon League in three-point field goals...finished third on Butler's single season chart for three-pointers (96)...given first collegiate start against Quincy...scored 12 points in Butler's win at Northern Iowa....tallied 11 points against Michigan...notched 14 points and grabbed five rebounds at Ball State...hit four three-point field goals and scored 12 points against Evansville...led the Bulldogs with 15 points at Bradley...had 12 points against Indiana State...hit a three-point field goal in the final minute to send home game against Detroit into overtime...nailed a three-point field goal at the end of regulation to send the Youngstown State game into overtime and then hit a three-pointer with 0:10 left in overtime to provide the game-winner...hit a career-high six three-point field goals and tallied 18 points against Wright State in Hinkle Fieldhouse...hit six three-point field goals and notched a career-high 22 points at Loyola...had a team-high 15 points at Detroit...shared the team lead in scoring with 14 points, including two game-clinching free throws in overtime, in Butler's win over Ohio...tallied 11 points against UW-Green Bay in the Horizon League Tournament...led the Bulldogs with 18 points against UIC in the league tournament, while matching his career-high with six three-point field goals. 2002-03: Saw action in 31 games during initial season with the Bulldogs...ranked third on the team in three-point field goal percentage (.412)...stood sixth on the team in three-point field goals made...all 21 field goals came from beyond the three-point arc...came off the bench and hit five straight three-point field goals in the first half against Hawaii in the championship game of the Rainbow Classic...posted season-highs of 15 points, five rebounds and 26 minutes played against Hawaii...hit three of three attempts from the three-point line in Butler's victory at Miami (Ohio)...was perfect on three attempts from the three-point arc in Butler's win over Ball State...saw first collegiate action in Butler's season-opening victory at IPFW. High School: All-state guard at New Castle Chrysler High School, the same school that produced Steve Alford, Brandon Miller and Darnell Archey ...finished his high school career in 13th place on Chrysler's all-time scoring list with 971 points ...leading scorer in the rugged North Central Conference as a senior ...averaged 21.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists in final high school season ...posted a high-game of 39 points against Marion...had four total games with 30 or more points as a senior ...team captain in final prep season ...two-year all-conference performer ...earned first team all-area recognition in 2002 ...selected as MVP of the 2001 Hall of Fame Classic, a tournament that included Indiana's "Mr. Basketball" Sean May ...earned Academic All-State honors ...helped high school team to 52 wins over three seasons ...led prep squad to a conference championship as a junior ...earned three basketball letters ...National Honor Society student ...signed with the Bulldogs following his senior season ...High School Coach: Steve Bennett. TMTM