Franko House's Career Stats, Highs & Game-By-Game (PDF)
An All-MAC Second Team and MAC All-Defensive Team choice ... the only all-conference player also selected to the all-defensive team ... led Ball State at 12.2 points per game while also adding 5.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game ... one of only three players in the MAC to rank first or second on his team in points (427), rebounds (202), assists (75) and blocked shots (19), joining Toledo's Nathan Boothe and Kent State's Jimmy Hall ... tied the Ball State record with 35 games played (one of six players on the team to do it) and made 30 starts … played 27 minutes per game … ranked sixth in the MAC in field goal percentage (.541) and fifth in offensive rebounds per game (2.4) ... led Ball State and ranked 10th in the league in assists during conference play at 2.9 per game ... recoded three double-doubles on the season ... scored in double figures 24 times and had at least 15 points on 14 occasions ... scored career highs in back-to-back games with 20 points against Eastern Michigan (Feb. 27) and 23 versus Central Michigan (March 1) ... grabbed a career-best 13 rebounds in the CIT second-round game against UT Martin (March 20) ... handed out a career-high nine assists versus Western Michigan (Feb. 6).
Played in all 30 games and made 29 starts ... averaged 10.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game, ranking among the top three on the team in all three categories ... raised his scoring average to 11.9 points per game in MAC play ... ranked ninth in the MAC for overall field goal percentage (.502) and fifth for field goal percentage during conference play (.539) ... scored in double figures in 14 of Ball State's 18 conference games, including eight in a row at one point ... matched his then-career high with 19 points Feb. 7 against Toledo ... posted a pair of double-figure rebounding games, grabbing 10 boards Dec. 3 at Eastern Illinois and Feb. 28 at Toledo ... dished out a season-high five assists on two occasions -- Jan. 14 at Western Michigan and Feb. 4 versus Buffalo ... named the MAC West Player of the Week after helping the Cardinals open conference play with wins over Eastern Michigan and Central Michigan.
Played in all 30 games and made 21 starts ... averaged 6.0 points per game ... led all MAC freshmen with 5.2 rebounds per game ... scored in double figures six times, including five times against league opponents ... logged a season-high 19 points March 8 in the regular season finale at Northern Illinois and followed it up with 12 points March 10 at Ohio in the first round of the MAC Tournament ... pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds Nov. 18 versus Southeast Missouri ... recorded at least seven rebounds in a game 11 times ... handed out a season-best five assists Feb. 26 against Western Michigan.
Played at Concord High School for head coach Steve Austin ... a four-year starter for the Minutemen and a three-time Elkhart Truth All-Area First Team selection ... averaged 16.4 and 8.0 rebounds as a senior, while helping Concord to a 19-2 record ... managed 14.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game as a junior ... scored 15.0 points per game as a sophomore for Concord's sectional championship team ... played for the Indiana Elite AAU program ... also widely recruited in football, excelling as a tight end and defensive end for Concord.
Full name is Frankie Stanton House ... born Sept. 19, 1994 in Elkhart, Ind. ... son of Frank House and LeeAnn Shreiner-Evans ... has one brother and one sister ... intends to major in pre-pharmacy.