• Named First Team All-American by Associated Press, Sporting News, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, NBC Sports, and Bleacher Report
  • Named Second Team All-American by United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC)
  • U.S. Basketball Writers Association Oscar Robertson Trophy Finalist (LINK)
  • Naismith Trophy Semifinalist (LINK)
  • John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 List
  • 2014 American Athletic Conference Sportsmanship Award
  • Unanimous First Team All-American Athletic Conference
  • All-District V honoree by United States Basketball Writers Association
  • National Assocation of Basketball Coaches District 25 First Team
  • 2013 World University Games participant with USA Basketball
  • 2013-14 Preseason First Team All-American Athletic Conference
  • American Athletic Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 10) after averaging 24.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 4.0 three-pointers
  • American Athletic Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 3) after averaging 23.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists
  • AT&T National and American Athletic Conference Player of the Week (March 10) after averaging 29.0 points, 2.5 assists and shooting 54.3 percent to help UC clinch the conference title
  • Nine-time selection to AAC Honor Roll


  • 15th Nationally in Scoring (701 points)
  • Sixth Nationally in Career Scoring (2,145 points) and one of 10 active players in the country with over 2,000 career points
  • Seventh Nationally in Career Three-Pointers (313)
  • Led American Athletic Conference in regular season scoring (20.6 points per game)
  • Led league in three-pointers (2.7 per game)
  • Third in conference in free throw percentage (.845)
  • Ranked sixth in the league in minutes played at 33.8 per game.


  • Against ranked teams in 2013-14: 24.7 ppg, 43.7% field goal shooting, 34.8 percent three-point shooting
  • Last 13 games: 23.1 ppg, 39 three-pointers, 84.4 percent free throw shooting
  • Last five minutes of the game versus ranked teams: Averaging 6.7 points and made 28-of-33 from the foul line
  • Led Cincinnati in scoring each of the last 18 games and 31 of 34 contests this season
  • With his 10th point in a 28-point performance against No. 11/5 Louisville, Kilpatrick became just the second player in Cincinnati history to reach 2,000 career points, joining the legendary Oscar Robertson.
  • Has scored over 20 points in 18 games, including 28 at then-No. 12 Louisville (Jan. 30), 26 versus then-No. 22 UConn (Feb. 6), 34 versus then-No. 20 Memphis (March 6), all Bearcats victories, and 28 versus No. 11 Louisvlle (Feb. 22).
  • Holds Cincinnati record for consecutive games played (140) and minutes played (4,315)
  • Has scored in double-figures in 66 of the last 70 games, as well as 110 times in his career
  • Among UC players, ranks second in victories (101), second in field goals attempted (1,687), fourth in field goals made (707) and fifth in steals (166)
  • Career Game-by-Game Stats: Senior | Junior | Sophomore | Freshman



Sean Kilpatrick's Leagacy at UC (FOX 19)

Film Session with ESPN's Seth Greenberg (Courtesy ESPN)

Giving Them Their Due - Jay Bilas on Kilpatrick (ESPN.com)

Cincinnati's Sean Kilpatrick was worth the wait (NCAA.com)


Sean Kilpatrick Clips Binder (PDF)

Growing as a Player, Beaming as a Father (New York Times)

For Sean Kilpatrick, college degree tops NBA on list of goals (Lohud Journal News)

Cincy's Kilpatrick sheds tears, Memphis defenders in emotional Senior Night victory (SportingNews.com)

Cincinnati Guard Sean Kilpatrick Grows Into One of Nation's Most Valuable Players (SI.com)

Former redshirt Sean Kilpatrick finishing out historic career (CBSSports.com)

Top 10 Clutch Performers (ESPN.com)


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