Wil Hooker
Wil  Hooker

Dallas, Texas

High School:
Fresno State

Last College:
Fresno State

The greatest scorer in Fresno State history, Wil Hooker starts his third season at his alma mater as an assistant coach. Hooker was Fresno State?s equipment manager from 1995-98 while he finished his degree. In 1995, he served as an assistant coach for current UCLA assistant coach Jim Saia at Columbia College.

Hooker?s responsibilities with the Bulldogs include film breakdown and exchange and working with the Bulldogs? summer camps. During practice he works with the front court players.

Hooker is very familiar with the Bulldog program. Besides being the head manager for three years, Hooker was a stand-out player for the Bulldogs from 1989-92. He started 112 of 119 games while at Fresno State and ended his career as the Bulldogs? leading scorer with 1,739 points.

He also set career records for field goals made (262) and attempted (677), steals (183) and free throw percentage (.836) and he holds the single-season record for three-point field goals made (74). Hooker was the first Bulldog ever to total 1,700 points, 400 rebounds and 300 assists.

Hooker was named the Fresno State MVP in 1990 and 92, and was a second-team All-Big West selection in 1991-92. As a freshman, Hooker was named to the Big West All-Freshman team.

Hooker was born on July 22, 1970 in Dallas, Texas. Hooker and his wife, Tonya, were married Sept. 2, 2000.

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