|High School:||Antelope Valley HS|
2010-11 Season (Senior)
Voted the CSUN Newt Meyers Memorial Sportsmanship Award ... Started 31 of the 32 games (#2 for a single season in school history) at the off-guard position ... Scored a season-high 13 points in three games ... Scored 13 points (6-for-7 from the free throw line) along with three assists against UC Davis (12/30/10) ... Tallied a season-high 13 points (4-for-6) along with four rebounds, two assists and a steal at Denver (12/4/10) ... Collected 13 points at Pacific (3/5/11) ... Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds at Air Force (12/2/10) ... Collected a career-high six assists with no turnovers against Pacific (12/28/10) ... Hit a team-leading .843 (43-for-51) from the free throw line.
2009-10 Season (Junior)
A starter in 15 games including five of the last eight games ... Scored in double figures in seven games including a season-high 18 points at UC Riverside (2/4/10) ... Averaged 4.7 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... Played in 32 games, second-best for a single season in school history.
Antelope Valley College
Helped the team to 47 victories in two seasons on the varsity ...An honorable mention all-conference selection during his sophomore season ... Averaged 12 points, six rebounds and three assists per game. ... Scored a career-high 22 points (6-for-8 from three-point territory) in a playoff game during his freshman season ... Garnered 14 rebounds in a playoff game during his sophomore season.
Antelope Valley High School
An outstanding competitor in basketball and track & field ... Helped lead the team to four winning seasons as a starter at shooting guard ... An all-league and co-MVP during his junior and senior seasons ... Helped lead Antelope Valley to post-season play in three of his four seasons on the varsity ... Averaged 15 points, five rebounds and three assists per game as a senior ... During his junior campaign, averaged 16 points, four rebounds and three assists per game ... Also competed in the 400 meter hurdles and as a member of the sprint relay teams ... A state qualifier in track & field.
Parents are Nancy Stevenson and Clinton Cody ... Has two older brothers (Clinton Cody Jr. who is 26, and Anthony Cody who is 23) ... Roots for the Los Angeles Lakers ... Lists Kobe Bryant, Ray Allen and Brandon Roy as his favorite NBA athletes ... Favorite actor is Bernie Mac and Martin Lawrence ... Favorite actress is Nia Long ... When he watches television, it is tuned to NBA TV, ESPN Sportscenter, and BET ... Loves lasagna, but stays away from liver ... Favorite band is Jagged Edge, and his favorite solo artist is Ludacris ... Chose Cal State Northridge because of the great opportunity to continue his education and his athletic career ... Listed his greatest sports moment when he scored a career-high 22 points (6-for-8 from three-point territory) in a playoff game for Antelope Valley College ... His best friend from another college is Donald Johnson from Cal State Bakersfield ... The best thing about being a student-athlete is "having another opportunity to lace up the shoes and compete" ... The toughest thing about being a student-athlete is "keeping a healthy body" ... His favorite pre-game ritual is to sleep, listen to his IPod, and watch basketball games ... Raymond relaxes by playing video games, reading and calling his mom ... His favorite website is "Facebook" ... The most famous person he has ever met is Tone Loc ... The person in history he most would have liked to have met was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... Would like to switch places for a day with Kobe Bryant, so he could score a career-high 81 points, win five NBA championships, and play basketball at the highest level ... Would like to have dinner with President Obama and Oprah Winfrey ... If he was forced to listen to one CD the rest of his life, it would be - The Red Light District by Ludacris ... IF he had one million dollars, he would invest most of it, and give the rest of it to his parents and brothers ... His advice to young people - be the aggressor in school, but conservative in the streets ... According to Raymond, no one knows how much he can eat ... The title of his autobiography would be "Changed Man" ... Can't imagine going a week without touching a basketball ... The one possession he could not live without is his cell phone ... If he could change one thing about the world today, it would be to change the prices of everything to the way it was back in the old days ... His greatest hero - God in Heaven, God on Earth ... Raymond says he respects the way God has sacrificed himself for the people of this world ... Pan African Studies major.
Raymond Cody - Career Highs
Points - 18 at UC Riverside (2/4/10)
Field Goals - 7 at UC Riverside (2/4/10)
3-Point Field Goals - 4 (2 games)
Free Throws - 5 at Cal State Bakersfield (2/10/10)
Rebounds - 8 at Air Force (12/2/10)
Assists - 6 vs Pacific (12/28/10)
Blocks - 1 (8 games)
Steals - 3 (4 games)