UND M Basketball BIO
Troy Huff
Player Profile:
Troy Huff 726147
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 174
Year: Senior
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.
High School: Brookfield Academy
Major: General Studies
2012-13 (Junior): Became the first UND player to be named to a Division All-America Team, earning a spot on the Lou Henson Mid-Major Team ... Earned All-Big Sky first team honors and was one of two unanimous selections ... Named to the NABC All-District 6 Team ... One of two Big Sky players to be named Big Sky Player of the Week three different times (Dec. 31, Jan. 21 and March 4) ... Won the Big Sky scoring title with a career-high average of 19.2 ppg ... Also led the league with 2.5 spg average (59 total) ... In 19 Big Sky games, averaged 19.7 ppg (second) and 6.9 rpg (sixth) to go along with 2.4 spg (second) ... Became the 32nd player in UND history to reach the 1,000-point plateau and finished the season ranked  11th on the all-time scoring charts (1,353 points) ... Just the second player in UND history to score at least 400 points in his first three seasons ... With those career-high 59 steals, moved into second place on UND's all-time list with 149 ... The 59 steals are the sixth most in a single-season by a UND player ... Was fourth in the Big Sky with five double-doubles on the season ... Broke his jaw during a 12-point outing in the season opener at Kansas State (Nov. 9) ... Returned to the floor after missing eight games and reached double figures in 23 of his final 24 games of the season ... Posted 12 20-plus point scoring games and had a career-high 34 point effort in road win at Eastern Washington (March 2) ... Shot a career-high 35.6 percent from 3-point range, making at least one 3-pointer in 22 of 25 contests ... Earned his first Big Sky POW honor after scoring 14 points and pulling down 12 rebounds off the bench in just his second game back from the injury in a home win over Bowling Green (Dec. 29) ... Returned to the starting lineup in a home win vs. Montana State (Jan. 12), scoring 20 points and grabbing nine rebounds vs. the Bobcats ... Scored a then career-high 26 points, including a game-winning putback with under three seconds to play to help erase a 22-point deficit at Northern Arizona (Jan. 26) ... Earned second Big Sky POW honor after home sweep of Eastern Washington and Portland State - averaged 21.5 ppg in those two wins ... Third Big Sky POW honor came in road sweep of those same two schools - averaged 26.0 ppg as UND wrapped up No. 3 seed in Big Sky Tournament ... Named to the All-Big Sky Tournament team after scoring 15 points in quarterfinal win over Southern Utah (March 14) and 22 points in two-point loss to Weber State (March 15) in semifinals ... Also scored 22 points in Postseason Tournament game at Northern Iowa (March 19) ... Earned third letter.

2011-12 (Sophomore):
Earned All-Great West second team honors for the second consecutive season after leading the team and ranking fifth in the GWC with a 13.1 ppg clip … One of two UND players to start all 32 games, also led the team with a 13.2 ppg clip in GWC games … Total of 872 points through his sophomore season is the third highest in UND history … Reached double figures in a team-high 23 games and scored a season-high 25 points at Chicago State (Feb. 9) … Made 5-of-9 3-pointers in the win over the Cougars … Reached the 20-point plateau on four different occasions, including a 22-point effort at New Mexico (Jan. 7) … Posted his first of two double-doubles on the season at Bradley (Nov. 19) with 22 points and a season-high 12 rebounds … Dished out a career-high six assists vs. Western Illinois (Nov. 26) … Finished season with a career-high 63 … Ranked seventh in the GWC in rebound (5.9/g) and fourth in steals (1.6/g) … Led the team with 16 points at Kansas (Dec. 31) … Had his second double-double of the season with 15 points and 10 rebounds in a home win over Chicago State (Jan. 28) … Named to the All-Great West Tournament team for the second straight season after averaging a team-best 16.0 ppg in victories over Texas-Pan American (Mar. 9) and NJIT (Mar. 10) … Had 15 points and eight rebounds in the championship game vs. the Highlanders … Closed the season with a 15-point effort vs. Drake in the opening round of the Tournament … Finished the season with 50 steals, including back-to-back games with a career-high five steals in home wins over Texas-Pan American (Feb. 27) and Utah Valley (Mar. 3) … Earned second letter.

2010-11 (Freshman): Broke the UND freshman scoring record with 452 points during the team’s run to the Great West Conference Tournament title ... Earned All-Great West second team honors and Freshman All-America honors ... Started 22 games and appeared in all 34 ... Part of a freshman class that produced more of its team’s points than any other Division I team in the country ... Led the team with a 13.3 ppg average and upped that to 14.8 ppg in Great West contests ... As a starter, averaged 15.2 ppg ... Shared team-high honors with 25 double-figure scoring games, including the last 14 games of the campaign ... Named to the Great West All-Tournament Team after averaging 14.3 ppg in UND’s three victories, including 15 in the championship game victory over South Dakota (March 12) ... Scored 20 points in the CIT Postseason game at Air Force (March 15) ...  Tallied three double-doubles during the season with 15 points and 13 rebounds vs. Longwood (Jan. 9), 21 points and 10 rebounds at Chicago State (Feb. 12) and a season-high 31 points and 12 rebounds at Houston Baptist (March 3) ... Reached 20-plus points on eight occasions, including a game-high 21 points in his return to his home state at Wisconsin (Nov. 16) ... Scored 14 points in his first career start at Green Bay (Dec. 20) ... Made a season high five 3-pointers in the victory over South Dakota School of Mines (Dec. 30) ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: A three-year starter for Brookfield Academy, earned Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division 3 first team all-state honors as a senior after averaging 22.0 ppg ... Named the Midwest Classic Conference North Player of the Year ... Honorable mention Associated Press all-state team member as well ... Ranked No. 15 among Wisconsin high school players in the class of 2010 by ... Averaged 16.2 ppg as a junior and was named second team all-league for the Midwest Classic Conference South by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel ... Averaged 17.1 ppg as a sophomore.

Personal: Major is undecided ... Son of Theresa Huff and Troy Dawson ... Mother played collegiately at Wisconsin and finished her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder ... She also played professionally in Spain.

 Huff's Career Statistics
















Stl Pts Avg.



893 165-376 .439 39-117 .333 83-133 .624 157 4.6 51 36 75 10 40 452 13.3
2011-12 32-32 905 149-377 .395 23-118 .195 99-158 .627 189 5.6 59 63 76 15 50 420 13.1
2012-13 25-19 804 174-388 .448 37-104 .356 96-145 .662 173 6.9 38 30 56 7 59 481 19.2
2013-14 34-33 994 210-467 .450 42-139 .302 190-250 .760 231 6.8 57 41 64 10 79 652 19.2
Totals 125-106 3596 698-1608 .434 141-478 .295 468-686 .682 750 6.0 205 170 271 42 228 2005 16.0
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