The Fresno State men's basketball team held its annual awards banquet earlier this week at Pardini's.
Steven Shepp and Jonathan Wills, senior guards of Fresno State men's basketball team, play their final regular season game on Saturday night and say farewell to Fresno State as graduation approaches in less than three months.
Rodney Terry and the Bulldogs are pumped to play in front of a packed house when LA Tech visits the Save Mart Center for the final time in a WAC game.
Fresno State continues stretch-drive homestand when Louisiana Tech visits Save Mart Center on Thursday night.
Steven Shepp and Jonathan Wills were honored in a pre-game ceremony.
Fresno State 60-54 over Utah Aggies
Fresno State Bulldogs vs. Idaho Vandals
Bulldogs vs. Cougars
Hawaii 74, Fresno State 68 (OT)
Photo by Rick Dodd
Last updated: Feb. 9, 2012
2010-11 (Junior): During his junior season, he averaged 3.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game ... played in 30 out of 31 games, with 12 starts ... logged at an average of 19 minutes in his 30 games played ... draining 39 of 114 (34.2%) field goal attempts, 4 of 25 (16%) from beyond the 3-point arc and 33 of 49 (67.3%) at the charity stripe ... in WAC contests, he averaged 2.5 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game while shooting 23.5 percent from the field.
2009-10 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season due to NCAA guidelines on Division I transfers
University of New Mexico (Freshman/Sophomore): An excellent perimeter defender and key contributor in Steve Alford's backcourt, who efficiently directed a potent Lobo offense ... started 19 games over two years as UNM recorded a 15-4 record in those contests ... played in 66 of 67 the Lobos' contests over his two years at UNM ... as an underclassman, he averaged 2.8 points, 1.1 assists and 0.8 rebounds per game with an overall 38.5 percent field goal percentage (60-156) and 38.3 percent 3-point field goal percentage (33-85) ... recorded 182 points, 73 assists, 50 rebounds and 18 steals ...during his sophomore season, averaged 2.2 points, 1.0 assists and 0.6 rebounds per game ... drained a career-best 45.5 percent field goal percentage (25-55) and 40.0 percent field goal percentage (10-25) ... also averaged 12.9 minutes in the last 18 games to help the Lobos to a co-regular season Mountain West Conference championship ... scored a season-high eight points and six assists against Air Force while he played a career-high 25 minutes ... drilled a game-deciding 3-pointer in a 76-73 double overtime victory at Colorado State ... drained a pair of 3-pointers in the final 11 minutes of the title-clinching win at Wyoming ... tied his season-high eight points with a perfect 3 for 3 mark from the field and converted both free throw attempts in MWC Tournament against Wyoming ... during his freshman season, averaged 3.4 points per game with a crisp 38.3 percent 3-point field goal percentage... started the last 11 games of the season and 17 total games as UNM recorded a 14-3 record in those contests ... finished eighth in the MWC in assists to turnovers ratio (39-21, 1.86) ... earned the team's most improved award, led the Mountain West Conference with an impressive 4.00 assists to turnover (24-6) ratio in conference contests, including a 24 assist to four turnovers clip in the final 12 games, and scored a career-high 13 points on the road at Colorado.
Mayfair HS: During his senior season, he averaged 20.8 points and nine rebounds per game to lead Monsoons to 24-7 record ... nominated for Lakewood, Calif., area men's basketball player of the year ... named first-team All-CIF, a top 15 senior in California and Most Outstanding Player at the Redondo-Pacific Shores Classic ... over the course of his senior and junior seasons, converted more than 70 3-pointers at 40 percent clip ... named second-team All-SCIBCA/AAF as a junior ... during his freshman and sophomores seasons, played quarterback on the football team and ranked as a top 15 high school quarterback.
Personal: Born March 10, 1989 in California ... parents are Alvin and Jean Wills ... has two brothers, Alvin Jr. and Hajji, and one sister, Nicole ... favorite athlete is Sean Taylor because was great, dedicated and a beast of a football player ... most admires his also recruited by Arizona State, California, Colorado, Oregon State and Portland State.
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