Markus Carr

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Markus Carr
Personal information
Born (1979-07-20) July 20, 1979 (age 37)
Sun Valley, California
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Listed weight 185 lb (84 kg)
Career information
High school Palmdale (Palmdale, California)
College Cal State Northridge (1998–2002)
NBA draft 2002 / Undrafted
Playing career 2003–present
Position Point guard
Career history
2003–2006 Guaiqueríes de Margarita
2006–2007 Soproni Aszok
2007–2008 Reims CAUFA
2008–2009 Górnik Wałbrzych
2010–2012 BC Vienna

Markus Carr (born in Sun Valley, California), also known as M. Carr, is an American basketball player who played in several European countries and South America (France, Venezuela, Poland, Bosnia and Hungary), . Most recently, Carr has played three (3) seasons for the BC Vienna in Liga.1 Austria (2009-2012) . In the season 2014/15 he played for the "Raiders Villach" Liga.2. Carinthia, both of the Austrian Basketball League ABL Bundesliga.

College / Professional basketball career[edit]

Carr had a college basketball career where he averaged 16.0 points per game his senior year at California State-Northridge in 2002. In his third season at Cal State Northridge, Carr led the Big Sky Conference as well as the Nation in Assist with 8.9 assist per game. Carr is the Cal State Northridge all-time leader in Assist and Steals in the history of the program.

Achievements 2014 Cal State Northridge University Athletic "Hall of Fame" Inductee (http://csunshinetoday.csun.edu/athletics/four-named-to-csuns-athletic-hall-of-fame/) 2012 Austrian All Star Basketball Team Selection 1998 - 2002

- NCAA: Led the Big Sky Conference and the entire Nation in  "Assist"  with 8.9 assist per game.
- Set Big West record in Steals with 11 steals in a single game
- Set new CSUN Basketball record for most consecutive Free-Throws made with 32 in a row
- CSUN Men's Basketball  All-Time leader Assist & Steals
- Three time All League Selection from (Big Sky & Big West 1999-2002)

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