12 - Andrew Bock
Andrew Bock
Height: 6-2
Weight: 185
Year: RS-So.
Hometown: Rialto, Calif.
High School: Eisenhower HS
College: Creighton
Position: G

2010-11:
Andrew redshirted the 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

Creighton University:
Andrew attended Creighton University his freshman year of college ... At Creighton, Bock played in 21 games, averaging 8 minutes and 2.1 points and making 82.8% of his free throws.

High School:
Bock attended Carter High School in Rialto, Calif., for his freshman and sophomore year ... After his sophomore year, Bock was named team MVP after leading the team to 11 wins, averaging 17.0 points and 6.1 assists per game ... Andrew earned all-league honors at Carter High School as both a freshman and sophomore, before transferring to Eisenhower High School ... Bock played his final two years at Eisenhower, also in Rialito ... As a junior, he averaged 18 points and eight assists per game while shooting 86 percent at the line ... Bock led Eisenhower to the state title as a senior, scoring a team-best 17 points in the championship game ... In his senior year, he averaged 21.3 points, 6.9 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game for the Eagles ... Bock was named Most Valuable Player of the Citrus Belt League while also earning first-team all-CIF honors in California's Southern Section as a junior ... Andrew won the John R. Wooden Award for Division II as state's high school player of the year and was first-team all-state.

Personal:
Andrew Bock was born in Fontana, Calif. ... His hometown is Rialito, Calif. ... He is the son of Rob and Lisa Bock ... Andrew starts his first year at Pacific with a business major ... In his free time, Andrew likes to play basketball and video games.

Coach Thomason on Bock:
"Andrew is a transfer from Creighton that we recruited out of Eisenhower High School and we're really happy to have him at Pacific. He can shoot the ball well and is an extremely good passer. He has a good feel for the game and will have a great impact on our team in the future."