2   Obi Muonelo
Obi Muonelo

Edmond, Okla.

High School:
Santa Fe High School

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 220



Quick Notes
• enters the 2009-10 season as the lone senior for OSU.
• should become the 34th 1,000-point scorer in OSU history as he needs just 61 points to reach that milestone.
• should become the 20th player in school history to record 500 or more rebounds in a career, needing 76 to reach that mark.
• is one of just two players in school history to have made eight three-pointers in a single game, accomplishing that feat twice.
• is the fourth-leading returning rebounder in the Big 12 Conference this season.
• enters the 2009-10 season with 165 career treys, the seventh-most in school history; needs just 33 shots from long range to move into the top three, but must make 64 to move past Adrian Peterson and into second place.

2008-09 (Junior Season)
• started 24 games and averaged 30.1 minutes per contest.
• recorded nine double-figure rebounding games and eight double-doubles.
• became the first guard in school history to lead the team in rebounding since the statistic was kept beginning in the 1952-53 season.
• became the 22nd player in school history and the first Cowboy guard to record 250 boards in a single season.
• recorded 24 double-figure scoring games, including 17 straight from late November to late January.
• scored a career-high 32 points at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and also grabbed 14 rebounds in that game. Was 12-of-22 from the floor, including 8-of-11 from three-point range.
• grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds against Gonzaga in the Old Spice Classic in Orlando, Fla., marking just the third time in school history that a guard has grabbed 15 boards.
• needs 61 points to join the 1,000-point club.
• also needs just 76 rebounds to become the 20th player in school history to record 500 boards in a career.
• only five times in school history has a player connected on eight or more treys in a single game ... Muonelo has accomplished the feat twice and Randy Rutherford did it three times.

2007-08 (Sophomore Season)
• started the final 14 games of the season, averaging 29.5 minutes per game during that span.
• recorded 16 double-figure scoring games, including two 20-point contests.
• scored a season-high 25 points at Oklahoma on Jan. 28.
• grabbed a season-high nine rebounds against Oral Roberts in the O'Reilly All-College Classic on Dec. 20.
• had 21 multiple-assist games during the season, including eight consecutive games to end the season; averaged 2.6 assists during that span.
• was named to the Big 12 all-reserve specialty team in a vote by the media who regularly cover the league.

2006-07 (Freshman Season)
• scored 16 points in his collegiate debut, the second-most by a freshman in a season opener by a Cowboy.
• reached double figures for the 10th-consecutive game with 11 points vs. Syracuse.
• streak of 10-straight games in double figures to start a career is the longest in school history.
• was named to the all-tournament team at the South Padre Island Invitational.
• dished out a career-high seven assists vs. Pepperdine and was 10-of-12 from the free-throw line vs. the Waves.
• established a career high with steals (6) vs. Texas Southern and also had a season-high eight rebounds.
• suffered a left leg injury that required surgery prior to the Tennessee game.
• missed 18 games due to the injury before returning at Baylor on March 3.
• scored a season-high 24 points at Nebraska on March 5, his first-career start.
• hit 8-of-11 three-point attempts against the Huskers, a team season high in both categories.

High School
• participated in the Jordan All-American Classic game and played in Madison Square Garden alongside Big 12 foes Kevin Durant (Texas) and Tweety Carter (Baylor). Played against Sherron Collins (Kansas).
• named to The Oklahoman's Super 5 team both his junior and senior seasons.
• named first-team All-State by the Tulsa World.
• averaged 19.6 points, 6.1 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 2.1 steals per game his senior year.
• ranked third in Class 6A in scoring, second in assists with 138, and 11th in steals with 60.
• became the 14th player to be named an Oklahoman Super 5 player on multiple occasions.
• is the fourth Cowboy to have been twice named to the Super 5 team, joining Richard Dumas (1986, 1987), Fred Burley (1989, 1990) and Terrence Crawford (1999, 2000).
• became the ninth Oklahoman Player of the Year to join the Cowboys.
• led his team to a state runner-up finish in 2006, falling to Putnam City in the Class 6A state championship game.
• named The Oklahoman's Player of the Year in 2005.
• averaged 18 points, 10.2 rebounds, three assists and 2.3 steals per game his junior year.
• two-time first-team all-Big City and the Big City Player of the Year in 2005.
• led Santa Fe to the Class 6A state title as a junior as the Wolves finished 25-4, defeating top-ranked Putnam City and No. 2 Bartlesville en route to the state title.
• was ranked as the nation's fourth-best shooting guard and the No. 19 prospect overall by
• chose Oklahoma State over Kansas, Oklahoma, Illinois and Texas.

Born June 21, 1988, Obi is the son of Edwin and Julie Muonelo. He has two brothers, Ike and Chudi, and a sister, Chioma. Obi enjoys watching movies, playing video games and fishing in his spare time. He is majoring in university studies at Oklahoma State.

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