With a 69-42 defeat of Purdue the Gophers improved to 21-12 on the season and will play in the Big Ten Tournament championship game for the first time ever. Minnesota has now defeated every team that finished higher than them in the Big Ten.[details]
Personal: Sophomore Season (2007-08) > Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. > Third Team All-Big Ten selection by the conference's head coaches and media members. > Named to the Big Ten All-Defensive Team for the second consecutive season and led the conference in steals per game (2.27). > Played in 33 games, starting 28. > Averaged 6.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists. > Moved to ninth on Purdue's all-time steals list (139). > Led the team in assists for the second straight year with 95. > Had at least one steal in 30 of 33 games played. > Led the team in scoring in two games, in rebounding twice and in assists 11 times.
Freshman Season (2006-07) > Appeared 30 games with 24 starts. > Averaged 7.2 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. > Shattered Purdue freshman record for steals (51) with 64 takaways. > Named to the Big Ten's All-Defensive Team and ranked second in the conference in steals. > Led the team in assists (75), ranked third in scoring and fourth in rebounding (2.9). > Ranks in the top 10 among Purdue freshmen for games started (T-5th), steals (1st) and assists (5th).
High School (Huntington North) > Averaged 19.1 points, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior. > Member of the 2006 Indiana All-Star Team. > Led basketball team to an 18-3 record as a senior and also accumulated 1,336 yards passing and 997 yards rushing as quarterback for the football team. > Coached by Eric Foister.
Personal > Full Name ..... Christopher Scott Kramer. > Academic Major ..... Organizational leadership and supervision. > Birth Date ..... April 4, 1988. > Parents' Names ..... Jon and Susan Kramer > Has one brother, Matthew.