Quinton Hosley
Quinton  Hosley

Harlem, N.Y.

High School:
Abraham Lincoln (Denver, Colo.)

Last College:
Lamar Community College



  • 2006 Second Team All-WAC
  • 2006 WAC All-Newcomer Team

    2005-06: In last six games made 35-of-40 free throws and 37-of-42 in last seven games ... had season-highs in points (35), field goals (10) and 3-pointers (5) versus Nevada ... second Bulldog to post 30 points in a game at the Save Mart Center ... at the SMC, averaged 19.1 points and 9.4 rebounds per game to go along with 12 double figure scoring games (seven 20-point games) and four double-doubles ... in last 14 games, had nine double-doubles and averaged 18.9 points and 8.7 rebounds per game to go along with 16 blocks, 15 assists and 19 steals ... in last 24 games, averaged 18.7 points and 9.4 rebounds per game while collecting 26 blocks, 28 assists and 43 steals ... had 13 10-plus rebound games, 25 double figure scoring games (one 30-point game & 12 20-point games) and 12 double-doubles ... had season-high seven steals versus New Mexico State ... made season-high 13 free throws against UC Santa Barbara ... had season-best 17 rebounds against Utah State ... made Bulldog debut by posting a double-double in the season-opener against Cal Poly and scored 29 points to go along with 10 rebounds ... played in season-high 41 minutes versus Utah State ... opened year with 13 double figure scoring game streak in which he averaged 19.3 points & 10.1 rebounds per game (8 double-doubles) to go along with 38 steals and 14 blocks ... set/tied nine Save Mart Center records this season -- vs. Nevada: points (35), field goals (10) and field goal percentage (.714, 10-14); vs. Utah State: rebounds (17) and free throws attempted (16); vs. UC Santa Barbara: free throws (13) and free throw percentage (.867, 13-15); vs. Norfolk State: tied steals (4); vs. CS Northridge: tied field goal attempts (21) ... Named Xbox Live WAC Athlete of the Week (Jan. 23) after averaging a double-double (26.5 ppg/11.5 rpg while shooting 50.0 percent from the field (17-34), 57.1 percent beyond the arc (8-14) and 11-for-13 (.846) from the free throw line and posting his ninth double-double on year) ... finished as the `Dogs leading player in 10 categories: field goal attempts (414), field goals (169), rebounds (257), offensive rebounds (92), defensive rebounds (165), steals (58), blocks (31), points (522) and scoring (18.6) ... set school's ninth-best single-season free throw mark (137) ... posted the best rebound average (9.2) since 2000 ... 12th Bulldog to lead the team in both scoring and rebounding ... one of eight WAC players to lead their team in two statistical categories (points/rebounds) ... tied for third in the WAC for the most double-doubles (12) ... in the final overall WAC stats, ranked No. 1 in steals per game (2.07), No. 3 in scoring (18.6) and rebounding (9.2), No. 2 in offensive rebounds (3.29), No. 3 in defensive rebounds (5.89), No. 4 in minutes played (35.07), No. 7 in blocked shots (1.11), No. 8 in free throw percentage (.749), No. 9 in 3-point field goals made (1.68), No. 10 in field goal percentage (.408) ... in the final WAC games, only, ranked No. 4 in rebounding (8.9), No. 4 in steals (1.56), offensive rebounds (3.13), defensive rebounds (5.75) and 3-point field goals made (2.19), No. 6 in scoring (18.2), No. 7 in blocked shots (1.19), No. 8 in free throw percentage (.733), No. 10 in field goal percentage (.403) ... named team's Most Valuable Player and Best Rebounder ... started and played all 28 games ... in the 17 weeks of the NCAA stats, ranked four weeks in points per game, 13 weeks in steals per game and 15 weeks in rebounds per game ... finished No. 35 nationally in rebounds (9.2), 56th in points (18.6) and 61st in steals (2.1).

    Lamar Community College (2004-05): First team Division I JC All-American ... first team all-region and all-conference pick who averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 2.1 steals per game while shooting better than 80.0 percent from the free throw line for the Antelopes ... helped team to a 25-8 record and a region play championship his final season ... in his freshman year, averaged 19 points and nine rebounds per game ... wrapped up junior college career as school's all-time leading scorer and rebounder.

    Abraham Lincoln High (Denver, Colo.): Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... garnered first team all-state ... also selected first team all-city ... team MVP ... played with current Bulldog Hector Hernandez.

    Personal: Born March 25, 1984 ... parents are Ronald Mathias and Hazel Hosley ... has a younger brother, Marion, and a younger sister, Miles ... hobbies include weather, cooking and traveling ... favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett ... biggest athletic thrill is playing in crunch time ... admires his mother the most ... recruited by Kansas State, Providence, St. John's, Portland State, Baylor, Oklahoma, among others ... part of Fresno State's Big Heroes-Little Heroes program.

    Fresno State Career Statistics

    200628-28982 (35.1)169-414.40847-137.343137-183.7492579.274-13869315852218.6
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