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    Mohamed Hachad
    Mohamed Hachad

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Montreal, Quebec (Canada)

    High School:
    Champlain-St. Lambert

    Height / Weight:
    6-4 / 200

    Position:
    G



  • Finished his career ranked third on NU's all-time steals list with 167.
  • Played in 111 career games, ranking him 11th on NU's all-time list, with 84 starts.
  • Scored 923 points over his career, averaging 8.3 points per game.

    2005-06: Second on the team with 11.8 points per game ... Led the team with 42 steals and 5.0 rebounds ... Named to the 2006 All-Big Ten Defensive Team as voted on by the league's head coaches ... Averaged 15 points over his last seven games ... Recorded career-highs in scoring (25) and field goals (11) in the win over Wisconsin (2/23/06) ... Had 20 points, including a career-high four 3-pointers, in the win at Purdue (1/25/06) ... Had a 17-point effort at Illinois (2/15/06) with three 3-pointers and 19 at Ohio State (2/18/06), scoring 15 straight Wildcat points in the second half ... Recorded double-figures in scoring 18 times, second on the team behind Vukusic ... Returned to the starting lineup Jan. 21 vs. Illinois (scored 14 points) for the first time since undergoing an appendectomy Dec. 28 ... Scored 15 of his 17 points after halftime in the overtime win over Delaware State (12/3/05) ... Finished fourth in the Big Ten with a .580 shooting clip in Big Ten games ... Sank a career-high nine free throws (9-of-12) at Michigan Jan. 18 ... Finished fifth in the Big Ten in steals (1.62) and 22nd in scoring (11.8 ppg) ... Was 17th in scoring in conference action (12.9) ... Had a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Ohio State (3/1/06) ... also had nine rebounds against Charlotte (11/14/05) and at Ohio State (2/18/06) ... Played a career-high 42 minutes in the overtime win at Purdue (1/25/06) ... Had 17 games with 30 or more minutes.

    2004-05: Had streak of 61 consecutive starts end at Wisconsin (2/2); came off the bench the last 10 games of the regular season before starting both games in Big Ten Tournament ... One of just three players to play in all 31 games (a school record) ... Ended season with seven straight double-figure scoring games (14.4 ppg in that span) ... Finished second on the team, 12th in Big Ten with 1.35 steals per game ... In Big Ten play, finished 14th in conference in steals per game (1.25) and field-goal percentage (.496) ... Set career highs with 23 points, nine rebounds in Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal vs. Illinois (3/11) ... 17 points, seven rebounds in Big Ten Tournament first round vs. Michigan (3/10) ... Scored 10 points, added five rebounds and four assists at Indiana (3/5) ... 10 points, five rebounds, five steals vs. Michigan State (3/2) ... Scored 14 points, added seven rebounds and three assists vs. Michigan (2/27) ... Led team with 15 points, tied a then-career high with eight rebounds at Illinois (2/23) ... Dropped 13 points, six rebounds vs. Penn State (2/19) ... Came off bench to score team-high 14 points (6-of-8 FG) at Wisconsin (2/2) ... 12 points, four rebounds at Penn State (1/22) ... 11 points, two assists, four steals vs. Indiana (1/5) ... 13 points, seven rebounds, three steals vs. Delaware State (12/27) ... Recorded 18 points, added seven rebounds vs. Chicago State (12/4).

    2003-04: Started every game ... Finished second on the team with 57 steals, which is also sixth on NU's single-season list ... Placed fourth in the Big Ten with 1.97 steals per game (third/2.25 spg in Big Ten contests) ... Had 11 double-figure scoring games (NU 7-4) ... Led NU with four steals in Big Ten Tournament loss to Michigan State (3/12) ... Scored 13 points, added five rebounds, three assists and three steals in Big Ten Tournament win over Penn State (3/11) ... Dished out a career-high eight assists in win over Iowa (3/3) ... Scored 14 points, added four rebounds and two steals at Illinois (2/28) ... Dropped nine points and led NU with six rebounds and four steals in win vs. Indiana (2/25) ... Scored 16 points, added five steals vs. Penn State (2/14) ... Only basket, a three-pointer, provided game-winning points in NU's 40-39 win at Purdue (2/11) ... Scored 11 points, added four rebounds, four assists, four steals at Ohio State (2/4) ... Filled box score with 13 points, seven rebounds, season-high six assists, four steals vs. Minnesota (1/31) ... Scored 10 points, dished out five assists vs. Michigan State (1/21) ... Equaled season high with 18 points and led NU with five rebounds at Indiana (1/17) ... Notched 10 points and eight rebounds in win over No. 25 Illinois (1/14) ... Has led NU once in scoring and once in rebounding this season ... Scored season-high 18 points, added four assists and four steals in win at Iowa (1/10) ... 12 points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals at Bowling Green (12/6) ... Knocked down team-high 14 points vs. Northwestern State (11/29) ... Scored six points and had team-leading seven boards in season opener vs Colorado (11/21).

    2002-03: Played in 25-of-29 games, starting the last 13 ... Finished fourth on the team with 26 steals ... Notched season highs with seven rebounds and five assists in Big Ten Tournament loss to Illinois (3/14) ... Had seven points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals in 20 minutes during NU's Big Ten Tournament win over Minnesota (3/13) ... Had seven points and team-high six rebounds vs. Ohio State (3/5) ... Scored nine points, dished out three assists and collected four steals vs. Illinois at the United Center (2/22) ... Had 10 points in win over Purdue (2/12) ... Broke out with 12 points, six rebounds, four assists and six steals (five in the first half) in win over Indiana (2/5) ... Had five points and three rebounds at Ohio State (2/1) ... Scored nine points and had three assists in 22 minutes at Minnesota (1/25) ... Tallied seven points vs. Long Island (1/4) ... Scored first career points vs. New Hampshire (11/25).

    High School: Played two years at Champlain St-Lambert ... Named "Mr. Quebec" by a panel of Canadian sportswriters ... Second team All-Star ... Team captain of Quebec All-Stars vs. Toronto All-Stars ... Cavaliers were ranked second in Quebec and fifth in Canada in 2000-01 and third in Quebec in 2001-02.

    Personal: Born Mohamed Kamal Hachad in Casablanca on 7/22/83 ... Parents are Badreddine and Es-Sahib Rachida Hachad ... Father played basketball for Morocco's national team ... Chose Northwestern over Kansas, Baylor, Boston College, Marquette, Kent State and Rutgers ... Economics major.

    Hachad's Career Highs

    • Points: 25 vs. Wisconsin (2/23/06)
    • Rebounds: 10 vs. Ohio State (3/1/06)
    • FG: 11 vs. Wisconsin (2/23/06)
    • 3-pt FG: 4 at Purdue (1/25/06)
    • FT: 9 at Michigan (1/18/06)
    • Assists: 8 vs. Iowa (3/3/04)
    • Steals: 6 vs. Indiana (2/5/03)
    • Minutes: 42 at Purdue (1/25/06)

    Hachad's Career Stats

    Year G-GS MIN FG-A PCT 3P-A PCT FT-A PCT REB AVG A TO BL ST PTS AVG
    2002-03 25-13 420-16.8 42-108 .389 11-45 .244 13-32 .406 52 2.1 37 38 7 26 108 4.3
    2003-04 29-29 881-30.4 91-218 .417 26-100 .260 32-55 .582 107 3.7 66 50 8 57 240 8.3
    2004-05 31-21 833-26.9 108-255 .480 15-64 .234 37-72 .514 136 4.4 46 56 10 42 268 8.6
    2005-06 26-21 788-30.3 119-224 .556 18-47 .383 51-84 .607 129 5.0 45 76 8 42 307 11.8
    Totals 111-84 2922 360-765 .470 70-256 .273 133-243 .547 424 3.8 194 220 33 167 923 8.3