It was apparent from the start that Tray Woodall was an adept passer. In his first college game in 2008, he dished out five assists in 15 minutes against Fairleigh Dickinson. Scoring, on the other hand, wasn't as easy. In 10 games that season, which was shortened because he took a medical redshirt, Woodall never scored more than four points. Woodall eventually grew into the role of a scorer and tonight he can do something only six others in the history of Pitt basketball have achieved.