The Waves beat the Toreros at home two weeks ago.
CAREER: After four seasons at Pepperdine, left as the school's fifth all-time leading shot blocker with 120 ... Appeared in 90 games and made 32 starts ... Averaged 2.8 points and 2.7 rebounds in 13.5 minutes ... Shot 49.1% from the field.
PEPPERDINE 2007-08: Appeared in only seven games as a senior ... Averaged 2.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 9.3 minutes ... Missed the first 11 games of the season due to a broken thumb ... Left the team after head coach Vance Walberg's resignation and did not return ... Had season highs of nine points, four rebounds, three blocks and 19 minutes, all vs. Hope International ... Also pulled down four rebounds with four points in his season debut at BYU.
PEPPERDINE 2006-07: Averaged 3.9 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.2 blocks in 16.6 minutes as a junior ... Played in 31 games and started six ... Ranked second in the WCC in blocked shots ... His blocked shot figures (68 total, 2.2 per game) rank third on Pepperdine single-season records list ... Shot 60.5% from the field ... Reached double-figures twice, scoring 10 points at San Francisco and vs. Saint Mary's ... Blocked 11 shots vs. Portland to set a WCC single-game record ... Blocked a shot in 24 of 31 games and had 16 multi-block games ... Had season highs of 28 minutes (at Gonzaga), eight rebounds (at Loyola Marymount and at Santa Clara) and three steals (at Santa Clara).
PEPPERDINE 2005-06: Appeared in 26 games and started 18 as a sophomore ... Averaged 3.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 17.4 minutes a contest ... Ranked third in the WCC in blocked shots ... Had two double-digit scoring games and 10 games with multiple blocked shots ... Started the first 17 games of the season ... Had a career-high 15 points vs. UC Irvine and 13 points vs. Cal State Northridge ... Played one of his most notable games at Kansas, setting career highs for rebounds (10) and minutes (38) and a season-high five blocks.
PEPPERDINE 2004-05: Played in 26 games while starting eight as a redshirt freshman ... Averaged 0.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in 7.1 minutes a contest ... Made his collegiate debut against East Carolina and blocked two shots ... Scored a season-high four points three times (vs. Siena, vs. Azusa Pacific and at Bradley) ... Made first career start versus Arkansas State and registered a season-high seven rebounds ... Played a season-high 17 minutes vs. Gonzaga ... Blocked two shots on three occasions.
PEPPERDINE 2003-04: Redshirted his true freshman season after suffering a knee injury during the summer ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bishop Miege High School in Shawnee Mission, Kan., in 2003 ... Averaged 14 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks in helping the Stags to a 21-4 record as a senior ... A McDonald's All-American candidate ... Selected All-Metro second team and All-Johnson County by the Kansas City Star ... Named the Eastern Kansas League's Most Valuable Player ... One highlight from his senior year was a blocked shot in overtime that preserved a 50-48 win and gave his class its first-ever win against Rockhurst ... Team finished fourth in the Kansas Class 5A playoffs his senior year ... Averaged 8.9 points, 7.0 rebounds and 8.3 blocked shots as a junior ... Named the Kansas Defensive Player of the Year ... Played a key role in helping Bishop Miege to the 2001 Kansas state title when he set a state tournament record with 14 blocked shots ... Bishop Miege advanced to the state playoffs during all four of his years and won a total of 86 games.
PERSONAL: Born in Kansas City, Mo. ... Son of Kenneth and Sandra Henry ... Siblings include Kendra and Shaunteria ... Received the Ursuline Award, a Christian Athlete Award ... Majoring in advertising ... Chose Pepperdine because "of its Church of Christ affiliation."
FAVORITES: Enjoys graphic design ... Favorite pro basketball player is Dwyane Wade ... Favorite pro basketball team is the Detroit Pistons ... Favorite movie is Blade ... Favorite things about basketball are "the competitiveness and the camaraderie."