Ended his career as a four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain ... Was the Deacons' only scholarship senior in 2008-09 ... Spent most of his time at the shooting guard position his final three years on campus after playing mainly point guard as a freshman ... Good medium to long-range shooter ... Emerged as a leader on the team in 2007-08 and continued that role as a senior in 2008-09 ... Superb free throw shooter who finished with a career mark of 79.1 percent from the charity stripe ... Ranks eighth all-time at Wake Forest with 129 career three-point field goals ... Also ranks seventh in school history in career three-point field goal attempts with 414.
Played in 29 games and made one start ... Served as a team captain for the second straight season ... Was the only scholarship senior on the roster ... Received the team's Skip Prosser Award, which goes to the player who best represents the values and virtues displayed by Coach Prosser, including integrity, character, trustworthiness and an emphasis on academics ... Played an average of 11.6 minutes per game ... Averaged 4.1 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... Tied for second on the team with 22 three-point field goals ... Shot 32.8 percent (22-of-67) from beyond the arc ... Ranked fifth on the team with 27 steals ... Led the Deacons in scoring in one game and led the team in assists once ... Opened the season with seven points and three steals vs. N.C. Central (Nov. 14) ... Had eight points and five assists in a season-high 27 minutes vs. UNC Wilmington (Nov. 19) ... Scored six points vs. Winston-Salem State (Nov. 24) ... Had eight points and made 6-of-8 free throws vs. Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 27) ... Made 4-of-6 free throws in final 30 seconds against the Titans ... Pulled down four boards vs. UTEP (Nov. 28) ... Recorded eight points, four rebounds and three steals vs. Baylor (Nov. 30) in the championship game of the 76 Classic ... Scored seven points vs. Indiana (Dec. 3) ... Had seven points vs. Bucknell (Dec. 6) ... Matched his career-high with five three-pointers in six attempts, scoring a season-high 17 points, vs. Wright State (Dec. 14) ... Made his first five attempts from beyond the arc against the Raiders ... Turned in six points at Richmond (Dec. 19) ... Had five points at ECU (Dec. 22) ... Scored six points vs. Radford (Dec. 30) ... Had three steals and hit a pair of three-pointers vs. North Carolina (Jan. 11) ... Scored three points vs. Virginia Tech (Jan. 21) ... Played 10 minutes off the bench vs. Duke (Jan. 28) ... Hit a three-pointer at Georgia Tech (Jan. 31) ... Had five points and a block at NC State (Feb. 11) ... Missed his first career game due to a groin injury vs. Florida State (Feb. 14) ... Hit a key second-half three-pointer at Virginia (Feb. 28) ... Made his only start of the season on Senior Day vs. Clemson (Mar. 8) ... Scored five points and had two steals vs. Maryland in the ACC Tournament (Mar. 13) ... Saw action off the bench vs. Cleveland State in the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 20).
Served as a team captain ... Saw action in all 30 games with 12 starts ... Was the only upperclassman to make a start for the Deacons ... Played an average of 23.0 minutes per game, the fifth-most on the team ... Averaged 8.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game ... Scored 6.6 points per game in conference play ... Led the team with an 84.3 (43-of-51) free throw percentage ... Made 16-of-20 free throws in the last five minutes of games ... Won the team's "Best Free Throw Shooter" award ... Made a team-high 45 three-point field goals ... Fifth on the team with 29 steals ... Scored in double figures 11 times and led Wake in scoring twice ... Shined in the season opener Nov. 9 against Fairfield, scoring a team-high 17 points ... Tied his career-high with five three-pointers on six attempts ... Had eight points and four boards Nov. 19 vs. N.C. Central ... Scored 12 points and made all four of his free throw attempts Nov. 29 at Charlotte ... Turned in 12 points and three steals against USC Upstate on Dec. 1 ... Poured in a season-high 18 points in a loss at nationally-ranked Vanderbilt on Dec. 5 ... Made 6-of-10 from the floor, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc, against the Commodores ... Began a streak of 14 straight made free throws by going 2-of-2 at Vandy .... Had a season-high three steals Dec. 8 at Georgia ... Finished with 12 points and three rebounds against Bucknell on Dec. 16 ... Scored 14 points on 5-of-12 shooting Dec. 19 vs. USF ... Began ACC play with five points and three assists against Virginia Tech on Dec. 23 ... Scored 15 points and made all four of his free throw attempts Dec. 30 vs. Air Force ... Had back-to-back nine-point performances vs. Presbyterian (Jan. 2) and BYU (Jan. 8) ... Turned in 10 points and a season-high five rebounds Jan. 20 against Florida State ... Had arguably his best performance of the season Feb. 6 vs. Georgia Tech ... Played a career-high 34 minutes and scored a season-best 18 points on 7-of-15 shooting ... Followed with 15 points against Virginia on Feb. 9 ... Dumped in another 11 points against Georgia Tech on March 1 in Atlanta.
Played in all 31 games and started 18 times ... Played an average of 18.7 minutes per game ... Was Wake's fourth-leading scorer with 8.4 ppg ... Averaged 11.5 ppg in Wake's 15 victories ... Led the team in three-point field goals (44) and attempts (120) ... Shot a solid 36.7 percent from behind the arc ... Shot 79.3 percent (65-of-82) from the free throw line ... Would have ranked in the top 10 in the ACC in that category but lacked the minimum number of attempts ... Reduced his turnovers to just 32 for the season (1.0 pg) ... Scored in double figures 10 times ... Led the Deacs in scoring three times ... His five three-point field goals vs. Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament were the most by a Deacon player in 2006-07 ... Made 37-of-45 free throw attempts in the final five minutes of games ... Began the season like gangbusters ... Scored 19 points and made 4-of-6 three-point field goals in the opener vs. James Madison ... Followed that effort with 20 points in an overtime win at Bucknell ... Scored 14 points in 17 minutes Dec. 2 vs. Georgia ... Erupted for 19 points and made 9-of-10 free throws against Georgia Tech Jan. 30 ... Poured in 20 points, made 4-of-7 three-point field goals and 6-of-6 free throws in Feb. 17 win over Miami ... Turned in a remarkable performance March 8 vs. Georgia Tech in the opening round of the ACC Tournament ... Scored a career-high 22 points, made 5-of-6 three-pointers and 7-of-10 free throws.
Played in all 34 games ... Started 16 times ... Averaged 21.7 minutes per game overall and 23.9 mpg in ACC contests ... Made 18 three-point field goals ... Shot a solid 77.2 percent from the free throw line ... Ranked second on the team with 67 assists ... Averaged 7.8 points per game in ACC play ... 13 of his 18 three-point field goals came in conference games ... Hit the "freshman wall" in March, when he averaged just 1.4 points per game for the month ... Scored in double figures seven times ... Got his career off to a good start with 11 points and a three-point field goal in the season opener vs. Mississippi Valley State ... Followed that effort with eight points and four assists against George Mason Nov. 11 ... Made 2-of-3 three-point field goals Nov. 25 vs. Appalachian State ... Scored 12 points and grabbed 7 rebounds Jan. 15 at Maryland ... Scored a then-career-high 16 points in Jan. 18 win over Georgia Tech ... Matched career-high with 16 points and went 6-of-6 from the free throw line Jan. 24 against Florida State ... Recorded 13 points and four assists Feb. 8 against Boston College ... Scored 10 points and made his only three-point attempt Feb. 14 in his first trip to Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium.
A 2005 graduate of Rio Grande High School ... Played four seasons under coach Ron Garcia at Rio Grande ... As a senior, averaged 18.5 points, 5.6 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game for the Ravens ... Managed those numbers despite being the center of attention by the opposing defense ... Averaged 19.8 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game as a junior ... Named the Gatorade State Player of the Year in New Mexico in 2003-04 ... Three-time first team all-state honoree ... Four-time all-city selection ... Finished his career as the all-time leading scorer and assists leader at Rio Grande ... Scored 2,700 career points, grabbed 1,000 career rebounds and dished out more than 1,000 assists ... Twice named to the Jayhawk Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Played AAU ball for the Texas Bluechips under coach Mitch Malone ... Rated as the 52nd-best prospect nationally in 2005 by Hoopmasters.com ... Ranked 19th academically in a class of 351 at Rio Grande ... Named All-Academic City ... Earned honor roll all four years.
Given name is Harvey Lee Hale, Jr. ... Son of Harvey, Sr. and Jennetta Hale ... Has two sisters ... Born June 13, 1986 in Amarillo, Texas ... Says his nickname is "H2" ... Received his degree in communication in May of 2009 ... Chose Wake Forest because of "the coaching staff, to get away from New Mexico and to play in the ACC" ... Selected Wake Forest over offers from Arkansas, Arizona State, DePaul, Florida and Oklahoma ... Committed to the Demon Deacons in September 2004 despite not having step foot on the campus.