Lindsey Drew

Senior | Height/Weight: 6-4 / 180 | Position: Guard
Lindsey Drew

NOTES
• Sophomore Lindsey Drew has embraced the traditional point guard role. Drew is averaging a MW-high 4.8 assists per game and set a career high with nine against Oakland in the Great Alaska Shootout.
• Broke current Charlotte Hornet Ramon Sessions’ sophomore single season assists record, now with of 162.
• Has made eight of his last 11 threes in the last four games with a total of 25 all season.
• Has managed to keep the ball safe with all his assists, second in the Mountain West and 42nd in the country with a 2.6 assist-turnover ratio.
• Tied his career high with four steals against Fresno State, also dishing out six assists.
• Eclipsed 10 points for the first time since the game against Fresno State on Jan. 21. He netted 14 against the Spartans to tie his season high (at Wyoming).
• Recorded 10 rebounds for the third time this season and first time in conference play against Utah State, adding four assists to his line.
• Set his season high with 14 points at Wyoming. His nine rebounds left him one shy of his second double-double of the season.
• Has had six or more assists in 13 games this season, most recently with six vs. Fresno State.
• Put up a career-high four blocks with no turnovers against SDSU.
• Has drained a career-high three threes in three games this season, including vs. Buffalo, vs. UCI and most recently at San José State.
• Came just two assists short of a triple-double at Bradley, ending the night with 14 rebounds, 11 points and eight assists. It was his first career double-double.

2016-17 (So.): 
Has made eight of his last 11 three-pointers coming over five games and just 25 all season ... Netted seven points in the MW Championship game victory and grabbed six rebounds ... Made his only two 3-point attempts in the USU quarterfinal game and added four assists, a steal and a block in 36 minutes ... His 162 assists this season set the sophomore school record that was held by current Charlotte Hornet Ramon Sessions ... Netted 38 points in the last five games and 28 in the previous nine ... Seven points, three rebounds, and three assists with no turnovers in 36 minutes vs. Colorado State at home ... Tied his season high with 14 points at SJSU and tied his career-high with three made 3-pointers ... Double figure game at SJSU was his seventh of the season and first since Jan. 21 at home versus Fresno State (13 pts) ... Appeared in all 34 games and started 30 on the season ... Tied for game honors with 10 rebounds and had four assists in the home win over Utah State ... Tops the MW and is 69th nationally averaging 4.8 assists per game ... Second in the conference with a 2.7 assist to turnover ratio ... His seven assists in the home win over UNLV marked the 12th time this season he dished out six or more assists in a game ... Dished out a career-high nine assists in the GAS win over Oakland, added seven points and five rebounds ... Netted nine points, grabbed seven rebounds, had three steals and two assists in 38 minutes at Utah State ... Did a little bit of everything in the Pack’s home win over New Mexico finishing with five points, six rebounds, five assists and three steals ... Two first half fouls limited his playing time at Boise State but did tie for game-high honors with five assists, blocked two shots and recorded three steals in 35 minutes ... In the Fresno State home game totaled 13 points, dished out six assists and grabbed three rebounds in 35 minutes before fouling out of the game ... His 162 assists is more than the 103 he had all last season ... Produced the usual Drew line in the home win over Air Force, nine points, four rebounds, eight assists and just one turnover ... Scored 14 points in the win at Wyoming ... Nine rebounds against the Cowboys left him one shy of his second double-double of the season ... In the win over SDSU finished with six assists, no turnovers, six rebounds, seven points and a career-high four blocks in 36 minutes ... Grabbed double figure rebounds with 10 in the win over UCSB and added seven points and dished out four assists in 38 minutes ... Scored 12 points in the win over UC Irvine ... Tied his career-high with three made 3-pointers against UCI which also occurred vs. Buffalo in the GAS ... Had six assists and no turnovers in the UCI game ... Nearly posted a triple-double at Bradley finishing with 11 points, a game and career-high 14 rebounds and eight assists in 39 minutes to record his first career double-double ... Named to the Great Alaska Shootout all-tournament team after averaging 6.7 points, 6.3 rebounds and 8.3 assists in 34.3 minutes per game ... Seven double figure scoring games have been vs. Iona (11) at home, vs. Buffalo (11), at Bradley (11), vs. UCI (12), at Wyoming (14), vs. FS (13) and at SJSU (14) ... One rebound shy of a double-double finishing with nine rebounds to go along with the 11 points at home against Iona.

2015-16 (Fr.): Earned a starting spot in his first season in the program … Appeared in 37 games and started 36 … Only game he missed was the third game of the season at Hawai`i with an ankle injury … Helped the Pack become the first MW and Nevada team to win a postseason championship as the Wolf Pack captured the CBI … His 56 steals set the Nevada record for a freshman … Ranked 68th national with the 56 steals … Fourth in the MW averaging 1.5 steals per game and tied for fourth in conference play averaging 1.7 per game … Finished eighth in the MW blocking one shot per game in conference action … In six CBI games averaged 7.8 points, 4.3 assists, five rebounds and 1.2 steals per game … On the season averaged 5.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.5 steals and 0.8 blocks in 28.8 minutes per game … Three double figure scoring games on the season with 12 vs. Fresno Pacific, 13 at Colorado State and a season-high 16 in the first game of the CBI vs. Montana … Of the 16 points in the Montana game, 14 were scored after halftime … Three-pointer with 1:35 to play against Montana put the Pack up 70-68 and they did not trail the rest of the game ... Also had six assists, three rebounds, a steal and did not commit a turnover playing 38 minutes vs. the Grizzlies … Led the Pack with eight rebounds in the game at Boise State ... Also scored eight points, blocked two shots and collected three steals at BSU ... Dished out a season-high eight assists, grabbed a season-high nine rebounds, and scored eight points playing a season-high 43 minutes in the overtime win over Colorado State ... Block in 23-of-37 games played ... Made the final two free throws in the USU home game to seal the victory ... . Three blocks in back-to-back games vs. BSU and at Wyoming ... Steal in 29 games and two or more steals in 18 games ... Season-high four steals twice vs. Fresno Pacific and at New Mexico ... Six assists vs. Coastal Carolina tied for game-high honors and six in the Santa Clara game was a game high ... Scored in double figures for the first time in his career finishing with 12 points against Fresno Pacific ... Tied for game high honors with seven rebounds in the FPU contest and grabbed a game-high seven rebounds at Cal State Fullerton … Free throw with 21 seconds to play in regulation tied the Pacific score at 65 and sent the game into overtime ... Filled the stat sheet in his first collegiate start in the win over Coastal Carolina ... Scored four points but had six assists, five rebounds, two blocks and three steals playing a game-high 38 minutes against CCU ... Did not commit a turnover in the CCU game … Earned his first letter.

HIGH SCHOOL
Named the City Section, All-City and All-Open Division Player of the Year his senior season at Fairfax High School ... CIF Los Angeles City Section Wooden Award recipient ... Averaged 14.2 points, 9.6 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game for coach Harvey Kitani ... The Lions went 32-3 on the season, 11-1 in league play and captured the Los Angeles city championship ... FHS ended the year ranked 23rd nationally ... Scouthoops.com ranked him as a three-star recruit ... Ranked as the 25th best point guard nationally, third in the state of California and fifth in the west.

PERSONAL
Undecided on major ... Son of Larry and Sharon Drew ... Father played 10 years in the NBA, was the head coach of the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks and is currently an assistant coach with the Cleveland Cavaliers ... Brother Larry II played at North Carolina and UCLA while his brother Landon is a senior at Cal State Northridge ... Enjoys listening to music and watching movies ... Chose the Pack over Cal and Oregon State .... Career highlight was winning the city championship ... Sports hero is Lebron James.