DeAndre Mathieu Career Stats and Highs
2013-14 | Junior Season:
All-Big Ten honorable mention selection led the team and ranked fourth in the Big Ten in assists (160/4.2 apg) averaged 12.0 points per game, second among teammates registered 24 double-digit scoring games started every game, one of two players to do so scored two points and dished out a career-high nine assists in his Gopher debut against Lehigh (11/8) scored a then career-high 15 points in 30 minutes against Montana (11/12) contributed a career-high 17 points and dished out six assists against Coastal Carolina (11/19) finished with 10 points and five assists against Wofford (11/21) tied a career-high with 17 points against Chaminade (11/27) scored 11 points, dished out five assists and grabbed three rebounds against New Orleans (12/7) contributed 15 points including career-high three 3-pointers, two steals, two assists and a rebound against South Dakota State (12/10) scored career-high 27 points and added four assists, two steals and a rebound against Omaha (12/20) scored nine points and six rebounds with four assists and a steal against Michigan (1/2) scored 11 points with four assists, one steal and a rebound against Purdue (1/5) led the team with 16 points and added four rebounds, three steals and an assist at Penn State (1/8) scored eight points, including overtime-forcing layup at end of regulation, and added three assists and two rebounds at Michigan State (1/11) scored team-high 13 points with five assists, four rebounds and three steals vs. Ohio State (1/16) scored 18 points with five rebounds and three assists vs. Wisconsin (1/22) recorded 13 points, four assists and one rebound at Nebraska (1/26) scored nine points, five assists, three rebounds and two steals vs. Northwestern (2/1) Scored 15 points with three assists, two steals and two rebounds at Purdue (2/5) scored 16 points, five assists, three rebounds and two steals vs. Indiana (2/8) scored eight points, six rebounds and six assists at Wisconsin (2/13) led the team with 18 points and added four rebounds and two assists at Northwestern (2/16) scored 12 points with three assists, three rebounds and a steal at Ohio State (2/22) chipped in 19 points, seven assists, three rebounds and a steal in win over Iowa (2/25) pulled down career-high seven rebounds and added nine points, five assists and three steals at Michigan (3/1) posted 16 points, six assists, three steals and three rebounds vs. Penn State (3/9) scored 13 points, five assists, three steals, two blocks and two rebounds vs. Penn State (3/13 - BTT) scored team-high 18 points, five assists and two rebounds vs. Wisconsin (3/14 - BTT) contributed 14 points, two rebound, one assist and a steal vs. Saint Mary's (3/23 - NIT) scored 17 points, four assists, four rebounds and a steal vs. Florida State (4/1 - NIT) scored 13 points with seven assists and two steals against SMU (4/3 - NIT).
2012-13 | Sophomore Season (Central Arizona College):
Played one season at Central Arizona College named an NJCAA First-Team All-American named the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Year finished with averages of 17.1 points, 6.5 assists and 6.1 rebounds per game shot 52 percent from the field led the Vaqueros to the second round of the NJCAA Division I Tournament scored a season-high 29 points in a win at Eastern Arizona College also posted a pair of 28-point games during the season.
2011-12 | Freshman Season (Morehead State):
Spent freshman campaign at Morehead State (Ky.) played in 29 games and made nine starts, including seven straight to end the season finished with averages of 2.9 points, 1.5 assists and 1.1 rebounds per game averaged 3.5 points in conference play.
A graduate of Knoxville Central High School was the Knoxville News Sentinel's 2011 PrepXtra Boys' Basketball Player of the Year and a member of the 2011 Tennessee Sports Writers Association's Class AAA All-State Team averaged 20.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, 8.1 assists (against 2.2 turnovers) and 4.8 steals per game as a senior (2010-11), leading the Central Bobcats to a second consecutive appearance in the Region 2-AAA semifinals averaged 17 points, eight assists and three steals per game as a junior was named to the News Sentinel's PrepXtra First Team, meaning he was one of the top six players from a coverage area of 65 schools was a three-time recipient of the District 3-AAA Player of the Year award and led Central to back-to-back 25-win seasons as an upperclassman.