33 Chase Stigall
33 Chase Stigall
Height: 6-3
Weight: 196
Year: Senior
Hometown: New Castle, Ind.
High School: Chrysler
Position: G

Quick Hits:
•One of five players who played in all 36 games in 2012-13.
•Played in all 37 games, including 18 as a starter, in 2011-12.
•Starter in both of Butler’s 2011 Final Four games.
•Had a 12-1 record as a starter in 2010-11.
•One of three 2012-13 Butler players who were on two Final Four teams.

2012-13 Highlights:
Played in all 36 games, including three as a starter...tied for third on the team in three-point field goals...scored four points in Butler’s season-opener against Elon...played a season-high 18 minutes against Marquette at the Maui Invitational...sparked the Bulldogs with nine points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals in 24 minutes against #9 North Carolina in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational...had a season-high four rebounds in 10 minutes against Hanover...scored six points on big three-point field goals late in regulation and in the final minute of overtime to help lift the Bulldogs past top-ranked Indiana...hit two key three-point field goals in Butler’s victory at Dayton...came off the bench with seven points and three rebounds against #8 Gonzaga...scored a season-high 12 points and matched his season-high with four rebounds in 21 minutes against St. Bonaventure...matched his season-high with two assists and scored two points in eight minutes against Saint Louis in the A-10 Tournament semifinals.

2011-12 Highlights:
Starter in both of Butler’s exhibition games...had nine points and four rebounds against Northern State...scored 14 points in 20 minutes in Butler’s exhibition win over Franklin...hit six of nine three-point field goal attempts in the two exhibition contests...scored seven points in Butler’s win over Chattanooga...scored 11 points, all in the first half, against Louisville...posted his second consecutive double-figures scoring performance with 10 points against Savannah State...hit four three-point field goals and scored 14 points against Gardner-Webb...nailed a career-high five three-point field goals and scored a career-high 15 points against Oakland City...had nine points in a reserve stint against Valparaiso...had a team-high 10 points and matched his career-high with six rebounds against #8 Xavier...came off the bench with 11 points and five rebounds in Butler’s victory over Purdue...had six points and matched his career-high with four assists at Stanford...hit a key three-point field goal with 0:42 remaining to help lift Butler past Milwaukee at Hinkle Fieldhouse...hit four three-point field goals, including two in the final minute, and scored 12 points against Cleveland State at home...had three points and five rebounds at UIC...hit two clutch three-point field goals in the second half at Loyola...came off the bench with seven points and four rebounds against Wright State at Hinkle Fieldhouse...hit three three-point field goals and scored nine points against Indiana State in Sears BracketBuster X...came off the bench with six points against Milwaukee in the league tournament...had 10 points and three assists against Delaware in the first round of the CBI...posted three points and three rebounds in 12 minutes against Pittsburgh in the CBI semifinals.

2010-11 Highlights:
Played in all 38 games, including 13 as a starter...came off the bench with nine points and a career-high three steals at Siena...had six points and four rebounds at Loyola...came off the bench with five points against Duke...had seven points in a reserve stint against Stanford...scored six points and shared the team rebounding lead with a career-high six against Utah at the Diamond Head Classic...scored a career-high 11 points in 22 minutes against Florida State in th Diamond Head Classic...had nine points in 15 minutes against Washington State in the championship game of the Diamond Head Classic...scored seven points and had four rebounds in 22 minutes in Butler’s home win over Cleveland State...came off the bench with eight points in 26 minutes in Butler’s home win over Youngstown State...had  six points and first career blocked shot at Valparaiso...made first career start and scored two points at Cleveland State...hampered by a leg injury that limited him to 10 minutes against UIC in his second career start...finished with six points as a starter at Green Bay...scored seven points and had a career-high four assists at UIC...came off the bench with 10 points in 12 minutes in Butler’s final regular season game against Loyola...matched his career-high with six rebounds and added eight points in 29 minutes against Cleveland State in the semifinals of the Horizon League Tournament...scored six points and grabbed four rebounds against Milwaukee in the Horizon League Tournament championship game...had three points and four rebounds against Wisconsin in the Southeast Regional semifinals...scored nine points against UConn in the national championship game.

2009-10:  Saw action in 14 games...played a career-high eight minutes and grabbed two rebounds at Evansville...sustained a sprained right knee in Butler’s victory at Ball State...scored first collegiate point with a free throw in Butler’s home victory over Green Bay...hit first collegiate field goal, a three-pointer, in Butler’s home win over Youngstown State...matched his career-high with three points and recorded his first career assist at UIC...hit a key first half three-point field goal to help Butler’s comeback at home against Loyola.

2008-09: Sat out initial season as a redshirt.

High School: First team IBCA All-State guard at New Castle Chrysler High School...third team A.P. All-State in 2007-08...two-time all-conference performer...conference Player of the Year as a senior...McDonald's All-American nominee in 2007-08...team captain as a senior...named to the Indiana All-Star Team for the annual Indiana-Kentucky summer all-star series...named a "Central Six" Junior All-Star in 2006-07...ranked 19th in the state in scoring as a senior with a 21.2 average...tallied a career-high 39 points against Muncie South in 2007-08...had a career-best 14 rebounds twice...averaged 14.8 points as a junior and 12.0 points as a sophomore...set school freshman and sophomore scoring records...helped lead New Castle Chrysler to a 21-6 record and an Indiana 3A state championship in 2006-07...starting guard on Chrysler's 23-3 team in 2006-07...played on teams that set a school record with 18 consecutive victories between 2006 and 2007...helped high school squad to a 79-22 record over four varsity seasons...member of teams that won four sectional championships, one regional crown and one semi-state title...earned four varsity basketball letters...High School Coach: Steve Bennett.