21 Arjun Chandar
21 - Arjun Chandar
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 150
Year: SR
Hometown: Miami, Fla.
High School: Miami Country Day
Position: G

2012-13:

As a senior appeared in 10 games scoring 2 points and dishing out an assist at La Verne (1/16/13) and then scored the final bucket for the entire senior class (student-athletes who played all four years) with a 3-pointer versus La Verne on Senior Night (2/19/13)… Voted Citizen of the Year for fourth straight year

2011-12:

As a junior, appeared in eight games ... Hit 3-pointer against Whittier (1/28/12)

2010-11:

As a sophomore, appeared in four games, including win versus Eastern
Nazarene (12/13/10) ... Team Citizen of the Year Award for second straight year

2009-10:

As a freshman, appeared in five games ... Drained a buzzer-beating 3-point bomb from the left corner at Pomona-Pitzer ... Voted Citizen of the Year by teammates

High School:  

Valedictorian...Mu Alpha Theta president...Debate captain...Honor Societies...National Merit Finalist...Basketball and cross country most improved awards...Cross country captain, MVP, and regional competitior

Personal:

Mechanical Engineering and Business Economics Management major...Born November 10, 1990 in Miami, Fl...Wants to be an Aerospace Engineer...Spent 2012 summer as a design engineer intern at Hydra Electric in Burbank...SURFed in 2010 with Erik Snowberg (American American Politics and Modern Christianity)...Academic All-SCIAC in 2011 and 2012...Perpall Speaking Competition semifinalist in 2011 and 2012...Lists his hobbies as playing sports, reading, following current events, and video games...Favorite team is the Miami Heat and his favorite player is Dwyane Wade...Most exciting research project is working in tandem with a college in Kerala to develop engineering solutions to ongoing problems there...Son of Jay and Jayanbhi ... Siblings are Bharat and Shalini

"Basketball kills me. It demands so much from me both physically and mentally that at times I feel as though I am running on fumes. And yet, when it ends each day, I always leave the court thinking, 'I love this game.'"