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Running with the legendary BABC program Eldridge was the point man for his tenure with the program. Winning countless games through out the country Eldridge became a general that college coaches wanted. Eldridge was apart of the last classes of the Boston Shoot Out, one of the most amazing high school tournaments of all times. Weighing all options carefully Eldridge decided to attend UNCG on a basketball scholarship.
Eldridge was a four-year letter winner for the Spartans from 1998-2002 and helped the Spartans post three winning seasons during his career, including a 20-win campaign in 2001-02. He was part of the Spartans 2001 NCAA Tournament team that won the Southern Conference Tournament title and finished with a 19-12 record on the year. As a senior, he led the Spartans to the SoCon North Division co-championship and an appearance in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) with a 20-11 record.
Eldridge was a two-time SoCon First Team selection (2001 & 2002) as well as a two-time SoCon All-Tournament recipient (2001 & 2002). He is the Spartans’ all-time leader in assists with 584 and led the team all four years in assists. He holds the UNCG single-season records for assists with 182 in 2002 and also owns the second (179) and eighth (142) highest marks in program history.
During the 2001-2002 season, he was ranked 9th in the Nation and 1st in the SoCon in steals, 23rd in the nation and 3rd in the conference in assists, UNCG All-Time leader in steals, All-Time leader in assists, and 5th All-Time Leading Scorer. The Spartans won the 2002 Southern Conference regular season title and earned a bid to the NIT.
Playing Career :
2002-2003 North Charleston Lowgators Charleston, SC
2003-2004 Uniara Araraquara, Brazil
2004-2006 Rio Claro Rio Claro, Brazil
2006-2007 Kager Gdynia Gdynia, Poland
2007-2008 Basket Kwidzyn Kwidzyn, Poland
2008-2009 Polpharma Starogard Gdansk, Poland
2009-2010 Latina Latina, Italy
2010-2011 Prokom Gdynia (Euroleague) Gdynia, Poland
2011-2012 Minsk 2006 Minsk, Belarus
2012-2013 Hacettepe Univ Ankara, Turkey
Summer 2013 Titanes de Licy Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep
2013-2014 Polpharma Starogard Gdansk, Poland