David Cunningham

Senior | Height/Weight: 6'4"/195 | Position: Guard
David Cunningham

NEVADA:   Earned a spot on the roster his freshman year at an open walk-on tryout and is now in his fourth year in the program  ...  Hard worker who provides the team with an excellent practice player and is a great teammate  ...  Has seen action in 24 games in three seasons.

2017-18 (Jr.): Did not begin the year on the roster but joined the team second semester  ...  Appeared in five games, playing five minutes  ...  Scored two points in the Mountain West Tournament vs. San Diego State  ...  Member of the Nevada team that captured a second consecutive regular season MW title and reached the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament  ...  

2016-17 (So.): Member of the Pack’s first MW regular season and tournament championship teams  ...  Saw action in five games  ...  Played on squad that reached the NCAA Tournament  ...  Did not record a statistic in his five appearances.

2015-16 (Fr.): Earned a spot on the team as a walk-on in an open tryout … Member of Nevada’s CBI Championships team … Appeared in 14 games on the season off the bench … Made two postseason appearances in the Mountain West Championships versus New Mexico and the semifinal home game with Vermont in the CBI … Scored his first collegiate points with a 3-pointer in the Fresno Pacific game making his only attempt ... Made both free throw attempts at Wichita State and had an assist in five minutes of action ... All-three field goal attempts on the season were three-pointers ... Earned his first letter.

Played his high school basketball at Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, Calif. for coach David Gonzales … Earned first-team Capital Valley Conference honors his senior year … Team MVP senior year … Played club basketball for Team Sage from 2010-14 for coach Sheridan Crite.

General business management major ... Son of Rick and Stephanie Cunningham … In his free time likes to follow the NBA, NCAA Basketball and English Premier League Soccer … Chose Nevada for its academics and he liked the school … Sports hero is Chris Paul for being calm in the clutch.