2015-16 (Junior): Named a Lou Henson Mid-Major All-American and a finalist for Lou Henson Mid-Major Player of the Year Award ... Named the College Court Report Mid-Major Player of the Year after a bracket-style fan vote that started with 64 of the best players at that level of college basketball ... Named to the Big Sky All-Conference First Team ... Became first player in UND’s Division I history to average more than 20.0 ppg, finishing the campaign with a 20.1 ppg clip ... Ranked third in the Big Sky in scoring in both overall (20.1 ppg) and league games (20.6 ppg) ... Top shooting guard in Big Sky play, knocking down 52.3 percent from the field and was second in 3-point percentage (45.8) ... Recorded first known triple-double in UND men’s basketball history with 13 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in a home win over Idaho State ... Named the Lou Henson National Player of the Week and Big Sky Player of the Week on March 1 after averaging 36.0 ppg in home wins over Portland State (Feb. 25) and Sacramento State (Feb. 27) ... Set a UND Division I single-game scoring record with 38 points in the win over the Vikings, going 15-for-20 from the field ... Added 34 points in the win over the Hornets, making 11-of-12 field goals, including a career-best 5-for-5 effort from beyond the arc ... Reached double figures in 30 of 32 games during the season, scoring 20-plus points in 15 games and 30-plus points on four different occasions ... Earned third letter.
2014-15 (Sophomore): Only player to start and appear in all 30 games during the campaign ... Led the team in scoring in both overall (12.4 ppg) and Big Sky games (14.6 ppg) ... Ranked fifth in Big Sky only games with 5.0 apg and sixth in overall games (4.2/g) ... Also led team in steals (40; 1.5/g) and was second in rebounding (128; 4.3/g) ... Paced team in scoring in nine games, including the last six where he averaged 22.0 ppg ... Registered 19 double-figure scoring games and had five straight 20-plus point scoring games during that stretch to close the season... Scored a career-high 28 in regular-season finale at Northern Colorado (Mar. 7) ... Posted first career double-double with 14 points and a career-high 10 assists in an overitme loss to Northern Colorado (Jan. 17) ... Finished one rebound shy of a triple-double in home win over Idaho State (Jan. 31), finishing with 15 points, matching his career-high in assists (10) and pulling down a career-high nine rebounds ... Earned second letter.
2013-14 (Freshman): Played in all 34 games during his true freshman season, earning a start in 14 contests ... Scored a season-high 17 points in his collegiate debut vs. Minnesota Morris (Nov. 10) ... Also dished out four assists, which was a season-high that he would reach three more times, including a game at eventual Final Four particpant Wisconsin ... Averaged 4.2 ppg and 1.9 rpg throughout the campaign ... Made a season-high three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points in a Big Sky road game at Portland State (Feb. 1) ... Shot 77.8 percent from the foul line and made 25 of his last 27 attempts to close out the campaign (92.6 percent) ... Averaged 4.6 ppg and 4.6 rpg in three Big Sky Tournament gamges ... Grabbed a season-high six rebounds in the semifinal victory over Portland State (Mar. 14) ... Had at least one steal in final seven games and finished campaign with 35 swipes ... Started a stretch of 10 straight games from Jan. 18-Feb. 20 ... Earned first letter.
BEFORE UND: Prepped at Park Center High School and scored more than 2,000 points during his varsity career ... As a senior, named the 2013 Minnesota Mr. Basketball honoree after leading his team to the Class 4A state title game ... Averaged 23 points during his senior season en route to earning First Team Class 4A All-State honors and First Team Star Tribune All-Metro honors ... As a junior, he averaged 26 points per game and was a second team all-state and all-metro performer ... Also a two-time All-Northwest Suburban Conference team honoree.
PERSONAL: Majoring in social sciences ... Son of Raynard and Janice Hooker.
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