#35 Jackson 'Buddy' Boeheim
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6'3" 188 lbs Guard
HS: Brewster Academy Wolfeboro, NH
HS: Jamesville-DeWitt DeWitt, NY
Born: 11/1999 Syracuse, NY
Season Stats
Season Cl Pos G GS Min FG FGA % FT FTA % 3Pt 3PA % Asst Reb DReb OReb Fls DQ TO ST BS Pts PPG APG RPG
2018-19 Fr G 32 5 546 72 189
38.1%
26 33
78.8%
47 133
35.3%
33 52 34 18 38 0 25 18 3 217 6.8 1.0 1.6
2019-20 Fr G 32 32 1140 177 434
40.8%
40 56
71.4%
97 262
37.0%
69 61 49 12 54 2 47 35 6 491 15.3 1.7 1.9
Career    
64
37
1686
249
623
40.0%
66
89
74.2%
144
395
36.5%
102
113
83
30
92
2
72
53
9
708
11.1
1.6
1.8

Buddy Boeheim is a guard for the Syracuse Orange basketball team.

Buddy Boeheim Syracuse BasketballBoeheim would start the first two games of his freshman season due to injuries to senior guard Frank Howard. Boeheim would struggle to shoot in those two games, and would move to a reserve role. He would struggle to shoot early in the season. However, as the year proceeded, his game improved, and he would shoot well in ACC conference play, making 40.7% of his ACC three point attempts. Boeheim became a regular part of the seven man rotation. He would start both ACC tournament games when Tyus Battle hurt his back, and Boeheim would play well. He scored a season high 20 points against Pittsburgh in a win in the first round, and 15 against Duke in a second round loss.

Boeheim improved his shooting range and accuracy for his sophomore season. He was recognized as being one of the top three point shooters in the ACC, and was the second leading scorer on the Orange team. He had a chance of breaking the Syracuse season three point shooting record, but lost the opportunity when the season was cut short due to Covid-19. He would have a season high 26 in a win over Georgia Tech and then later the same amount in two point win over Virginia Tech. Boeheim would lead Syracuse to a 63-55 overtime upset of #18 Virginia; he scored nine of his fourteen points in the overtime period, including a desperation shot as time expired on the shot clock.

Buddy is the son of legendary Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim.

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