College: Western Washington
Hometown: Federal Way, WA
Standout at Federal Way High School ... Averaged 15.0 ppg and was a McDonald's All-American nominee as a senior.
COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Highline Community College, winning NWAACC championship as a freshman ... Transferred to Western
Washington and averaged 12.6 ppg, 6.1 apg, and 5.4 rpg as a junior ...
Named GNAC's Newcomer of the Year in
2008-09 and helped Vikings win league title ... Ranked ninth in NCAA
Division II in steals as a junior with 73 and 14th as a senior
with 80 ... Was WWU's best free throw shooter in 2009-10 at 86.2 percent
... Named first team all-GNAC as a junior and senior, and all-NCAA West Region as a senior.
PROFESSIONAL: Averaged 12.9 ppg, 6.7 apg, and 4.9 rpg in 23
games with Slam in 2010, Scoring in double figures in all but three
games and finished with 3 double-doubles ... Ranked second
on team in steals with 55, twice recording a single-game high of 5 ...
Posted teamís best assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.3:1 ... His 6.7 assists
per game average in 2010 ranked fifth-best in the league and first among rookies
... Ranked fourth in the IBL in 2011 with 6.4 assists per game ...
Scored a season-high 26 points on 5/30/11 vs. Portland ... Posted a
triple-double on 5/28/12 vs. Japan with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 10
assists ... Selected as IBL's 2012 Defensive Player of the Year after
leading league with 2.9 steals per game ... Was chosen as MVP of 2012
IBL Championship game after leading Slam with 29 points ... Named an IBL All-Star in 2010,
2011 and 2012 ... In 2013, led IBL in steals with 2.8 per game and
ranked second in assists with 6.8 average ... Enjoyed a statistical resurgence in 2014, leading Slam in scoring with 23.5 ppg and ranking second in IBL in assists with 6.6 apg ... Finished season
shooting 49% from three-point ranked with a team-leading 50 makes ...
Tied for game-high scoring honors in IBL Championship game with 31