UCLA — Ramasar had left shoulder surgery last October and missed the entire 1999-2000 season … This will be his fourth year in the program … As a sophomore in 1998-99, Ramasar started both of UCLA’s exhibition games, then in the regular-season, appeared in a career-high 13 games, including six of the Bruins’ last eight contests … A freshman walkon in 1997-98, he appeared in six games … As a frosh, Ramasar was a member of UCLA’s 1997-98 incoming freshman class that was nationally-rated No. 2 in the nation … One of the top players in the Inland Empire in 1996-97 as a senior prepster … Led J. W. North High School in Riverside to the CIF Finals at the Pond in Anaheim in both his junior and senior years.
2000 — Ramasar had left shoulder surgery on Oct. 18, 1999 and was sidelined for the entire season … The three-and-one-half hour procedure, to stabilize the joint and repair a cartilage tear, was performed at the UCLA Medical Center by Bruin team physician Dr. Gerald Finerman.
1999 — In 13 games, Ramasar averaged 2.7 minutes, 0.8 points and 0.2 rebounds and shot 23.1 (3-13) from the field and 66.7 (4-6) from the foul line … His season-highs were—nine minutes and six points vs. Washington State, h and one rebound, three times, last vs. Washington, h … At the Bruins’ annual end-of-the-year banquet, Ramasar was given the Elvin C. ‘Ducky’ Drake Memorial Award for competitive spirit, inspiration and unselfish contribution. NCAA Highlights — Ramasar did not play in UCLA’s loss to Detroit. Regular Season Highlights (last game-to-first game) — At Arizona, he played part of the game’s final minute … In the win over Washington, he played one minute and grabbed one rebound … Ramasar had a career-game in the victory over Washington State, playing a career-high nine minutes, scoring a career-high six points (2-5, 2-2) and grabbing career-high tying one rebound … In the win over Syracuse, he played one minute and scored the first basket of his career, finishing with two points … In the victory over USC, he played two minutes … AtCalifornia, he played the final seven seconds … Ramasar did not play against Stanford,a, Oregon State,h, Oregon,h, Washington,a, Washington State,a, and at Louisville … He played one minute at USC … Ramasar played one minute vs. Stanford … Ramasar did not play vs. California,h, Oregon,a, Oregon State,a, Arizona State,h, Arizona,h, Loyola Marymount or American U. … He played four minutes vs. CS Northridge … Ramasar did not play vs. UNLV or Oklahoma State in The Wooden Classic … Vs. Delaware State, Ramasar played seven minutes with a career-high tying one rebound … At The Puerto Rico Shootout, Ramasar played in two games, San Francisco (one minute) and Maryland (two minutes) … He played four minutes off the bench vs. Santa Clara and scored two points … Ramasar worked hard over the summer and during fall camp and earned a starting position at guard (opposite Earl Watson) in UCLA’s two exhibition games.
1998 — Ramasar played in six games (Alaska-Anchorage, CS Fullerton, USC, Washington State, Oregon and Kentucky) … His season highs included one point vs. USC,h; one rebound vs. Kentucky, CS Fullerton and Alaska-Anchorage; one assist vs. Kentucky; one steal vs. Alaska-Anchorage and seven minutes vs. Alaska-Anchorage. NCAA Highlights — Ramasar did not play in UCLA’s first two NCAA wins over Miami (FL) and Michigan … In the Bruins’ loss to eventual NCAA champion Kentucky, he played one minute and had a career-high one rebound and an assist. Regular Season Highlights (last game-to-first game) — Played one minute in the Bruins’ loss at Oregon and in UCLA’s win over Washington State in Pauley … Played two minutes in UCLA’s win over archrival USC in Pauley, adding a season-high one point … Came off the bench and played three minutes in the Bruins’ victory over CS Fullerton, getting a defensive rebound … At The Great Alaska Shootout, Ramasar played a season-high seven minutes in UCLA’s win over host Alaska-Anchorage, getting a career-high one offensive rebound and steal.
High School — As a senior in 1997, Ramasar averaged 18.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists … In 1997, during four CIF playoff games, he averaged 21.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists … In ‘97, Ramasar earned All-CIF and All-Conference honors, All Inland Empire from the Los Angeles Times and Cal Hi Sports and honorable mention All-America from USA Today … Entered his senior season as a second-team Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West selection … Captain of Riverside North in both his junior and senior seasons … North’s Athlete of the Year, Ramasar led North to three consecutive Ivy League Conference championships … In a varsity summer league game as a freshman, Ramasar once scored 48 points and in summer league play as an eighth-grader, he scored 69 points in one game.
Personal — Full name: Todd D. D. Ramasar … Right-handed … Born Aug. 24, 1979 in Fullerton … Parents: Oscar and Gigi Ramasar … One brother, Kirk … Greatest athletic thrill “was being accepted by UCLA to attend the University and to play for the Bruins” … Admires Orlando Magic standout Grant Hill … History major … Favorite academic class is English.
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Ramasar's 1998-99 Game-By-Game
Ramasar's 1997-98 Game-By-Game
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Minutes: 9 vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Field Goals: 2 vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Field Goals Attempted: 5 vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Three-Point Field Goals: 0
Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 1, twice, last vs. USC, 2/25/99
Free Throws: 2, twice, last vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Free Throws Attempted: 2, four times, last vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Rebounds: 1, six times, last vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Offensive Rebounds: 1, three times, last vs. Washington, 2/27/99
Defensive Rebounds: 1, three times, last vs. Washington State, 2/25/99
Assists: 1 vs. Kentucky, 3/20/98
Steals: 1 vs. Alaska-Anchorage, 11/28/97
Turnovers: 2 vs. CS Fullerton, 12/19/98
Blocked Shots: 0
Points: 6 vs. Washington State, 2/25/99