Former Red Raider To Play Professionally for Tortona Orsi Derthona
Alan was one of three Red Raiders to play in each game (31) during the 2007-2008 season...had 25 starts during the season...second leading scorer with 13.1 ppg for the season...averaged 34 minutes per game for the year and had 5 games in which he played 40 minutes...scored 20 or more points in 4 games...his 30 points against Kansas State was a career best and made Alan the 35th Red Raider in school history to score at least 30 points in a game...he was 9-of-14 from the field, made 5-of-6 three-point attempts, dropped in 7-of-9 free throws, and grabbed a season best 7 rebounds... his .500 3-FG% (67-of-134) is a Tech best among those with at least 50 attempts in a season...at the end of the season, Alan ranked ninth among TT career players in 3-Pt FG made (112) and third among Red Raiders in 3-FG% (.446)...made at least four 3-pointers in 7 games...had 43 steals for the season...his .824 FT% (84-of-102) was tops on the squad...was perfect from the line in 12 games (45-of-45) including a career best 10-of-10 against Texas... earned Chevrolet Scholarship Program game honors against UT with Chevrolet awarding funds to the TT General Scholarship Fund...established Highest 3-point FG Pct. for a Tournament Game (min. 10 att.) in the Great Alaska Shootout making 9-of-11 attempts (.818)... Carrs/Safeway Player of the Game at the Shootout in Texas Tech's 73-63 win over Gonzaga with 28 points, 10-17 FG, 5-7 3FG, 3-4 FT, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and 5 steals...selected by a panel of sportswriters to the conference "All-Improved" squad...named to the Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team.
The Red Raider sophomore played in 31 games and made six starts... averaged 15.2 minutes per game with a season high of 37 minutes against Nebraska ...played 20 (or more) minutes in 10 games...earned his first start of the season against Bucknell...played 36 minutes and scored 15 points with 5-of-8 FG attempts (including 3-of-6 three-pointers), made both FT attempts, had five rebounds, three assists, and a steal...made 24-of-27 free throws during the season...perfect from the line (17-for-17) in nine games...averaged 4.2 ppg as a sophomore...scored double figures in five games with a season best of 15 points against Bucknell...shot .478 for the season (43-of-90) and shot .500 (or better) in 16 games...contributed points in 20 games...member of the Danish National Team.
Alan played his first game as a Red Raider in the season opener against San Jose State...he made both free throw attempts and had an assist...played in 32 games during the season and started five games...averaged 13.2 minutes per game for the season and played at least 20 minutes in seven games...in 36 minutes at Oklahoma State, Alan made all four three-point attempts, was 4-of-4 from the free throw line, had 2 rebounds, gave out 4 assists, and had 3 steals...made 21-of-26 (.808) free throw attempts for the year...was perfect from the free throw line six times totaling 16 points...made 5-of-8 three-point attempts in the win over Kansas State...registered double figures in four games...made at least one three-pointer in 14 games.
The 6-foot-3 senior averaged 18.7 points per game and shot 42 percent from three-point range...high school coach was Randall Durant...the Blue Raiders were 24-9 for the season and were ranked in the TABC top-twenty for the first time in over a decade...named District Newcomer of the Year for the L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, TX...named All-District First Team as a senior...named Class 5A all-Region...Texas 2005 McDonald's All-American nominee...moved to Texas from Rocky Mount, NC where he helped the Nash Central Bulldogs win the Big Eight North Tournament and a win in the Class 3-A state tournament in 2004...Rocky Mount All-Area Team as a junior.
Born September 10, 1986 in Mobile, Alabama...son of David and Helle Voskuil...has a brother (Bryan) and a sister (Abby)...father played basketball in Denmark...hobbies include basketball, music, and movies...completed his eligibility with the conclusion of the 2008-2009 season.