David Webber
Position: Hall of Fame Class of 2012
Other Position: Men's Basketball; 1999-2002
Webber Videos
David Webber
Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Release: 07/24/2012
2001 Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and honorable mention Associated Press All-America selection … one of 16 finalists for the 2001 Oscar Robertson National Player of the Year Award presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association … named first team All-MAC in 2001 and honorable mention in 2000 and 2002 … ranks third on CMU’s career scoring list with 1,774 points and 10th in scoring average with a mark of 16.3 points per game … finished his career ranked second and currently ranks fifth in three-pointers made with 183 … led the Chippewas to the 2001 MAC championship … led the MAC in scoring as a junior (18.4 ppg) and ranked third as a sophomore (19.2) and sixth as a senior (17.7) … scored 51 points against Ball State on Feb. 24, 2000 to set a Rose Arena record and rank as the second-best single game overall in school history … recipient of CMU’s prestigious Bill Boyden Leadership Award in 2001 … named MAC Player of the Week seven times during career …  four-year starter and led the team in minutes played as a freshman … played professionally in the Continental Basketball Association and the International Basketball League … attended training camp with the NBA’s Sacramento Kings … the Farmington Hills native is currently living in his hometown.