Completed his undergraduate degree in Marketing in the Spring of 2011.
Pursuing his master's degree in Sport Management while playing his final season of basketball.
Serving on the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Council for the 2012 academic year. Also representing the basketball program at UGA's Student-Athlete Leadership Academy.
An early-season starter in place of Trey Thompkins at the `4' position.
Season-best contributions came likely against Notre Dame: seven points in 32 minutes.
Also logged significant time at wins over Colorado (34 min.) and St. Louis (32).
Suffered a broken nose in a collision with teammate Travis Leslie in the St. Louis game. Wore a protective mask until January.
Season scoring high of 11 came in win over High Point.
Perhaps his most important contribution all season came off the bench in win at Arkansas. Provided much-needed energy to the slow-starting Bulldogs with six rebounds in just nine minutes of action.
Named as Georgia's representative on the annual SEC Community Service Team.
Sat out the 2010 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfers.
Earned nationwide notoriety from his blog -- www.passersremorse.com -- which featured a series of trick shots performed by various artists.
2008-09 Season (@Furman):
Started six of the Paladins' 30 games, averaging 5.4 points and 3.1 rebounds.
Career-high 17 points against Ga.Southern came during a 3-game, mid-February stretch in which he scored 13, 15 and 17 points.
Selected to the Southern Conference All-Conference Academic team.
Started nine of 30 games and averaged 5.5 points and a team second-best 3.9 rebounds per game.
Started the season's last nine games, including a 9-point, 9-rebound game vs. UNC-Greensboro and a 13-point effort at Davidson.
First Milton HS product ever to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship.
Finish his career as Milton's all-time leading scorer with 1,601 points and also had over 700 rebounds and 152 blocked shots.
Three-time team MVP, three-time all-region, adn three-time AJC all-area selection.
2007 first-team All-State and selected to play in the annual GACA All-Star Game.
Full Name: Connor James Nolte
Birthdate/Birthplace: April 2, 1989 in Milwaukee, Wis.
Parents: Kurt and Julie Nolte
Graduate Program: Sport Management
Favorite TV Shows: Sports Nation, Friday Night Lights, Parks and Recreation
Favorite Video Game: FIFA 2012
Favorite Beverage: Dr. Pepper
Favorite Academic Subject: Marketing
Most Challenging Subject: Accounting
Interests & Hobbies Outside Basketball: Creating videos, photography, disc golf
Hidden Talents: Good bowler (career high of 255)
My teammates describe me as: Old
My role models away from sports: My parents
Adjectives that I would use to describe myself: Funny, Driven, Believer
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm Proudest Of: Earning my bachelor's degree; SEC Honor Roll; SEC Community Service Team
Athletic Accomplishment I'm Proudest Of: Starting 3 games on an NCAA Tournament team
I got started playing basketball: Playing on my Fisher Price hoop in the basement
I chose my jersey number because: It was the only number left my freshman year in high school when I dressed for the varsity team
What drives me to excel in basketball? I've been blessed with a gift and can't let it go to waste.