11.19.15 Basketball vs Temple at Puerto Rico Tip Off
2015-16 | Sophomore Season:
Appeared in 24 games with two starts • totaled 18 rebounds and 17 points with three steals, three blocks and an assist • made first collegiate start in season opener vs. UMKC, grabbing one rebound and one steal (11/13) • recorded two points, two rebounds and a steal in win over Missouri State (11/20) • scored two points, two rebounds and a block vs. Omaha (11/27) • scored on his only field goal attempt vs. Clemson (11/30) • posted two points and a rebound at Ohio State (12/30) • scored two free throws at Nebraska (1/16) • grabbed two rebounds at Indiana (1/30) • pulled down a rebound in win over Maryland (2/18) • scored two points with a rebound and a blocked shot in win over Rutgers (2/23) • dished first career assist against Wisconsin (3/2) • scored two points, two rebounds, one block and a steal at Rutgers (3/5).
2014-15 | Freshman Season:
Joined the team on December 18 • appeared in 13 games in a reserve role • made collegiate debut at Nebraska, playing five minutes (1/20) • grabbed a rebound against Purdue (2/7) • pulled down an offensive rebound in win at Iowa (2/12) • scored first career basket in seven minutes of action against Northwestern (2/18) • scored two points and two rebounds in win at Michigan State (2/26) • scored two points with two rebounds against Rutgers (3/11 - BTT) • posted two points and two rebounds against Ohio State (3/12 - BTT).
Played at the Canarias Basketball Academy in Spain under head coach Rob Orellana • prior to that, competed in Andorra along with more than three years in Torrejón, Spain.
Parents are Henriette Diatta and the late Jean Pierre Diedhiou • has four siblings: a twin brother Jean Pascal, and sisters Khady Anna, Marie Emilie, and brother Joe Philips • played soccer before started playing basketball at the age of 14 • enjoys hanging out with friends and dancing • major is undecided but plans to major in business.
Pitino, Mason Add NABC Honors
Gophers pick up coach of the year and second-team All-District 7 honors Wednesday.
Washington Named Mr. New York Basketball
Incoming Gophers point guard was selected the top high school player in the Empire State this season.
Gophers Fall to MTSU in NCAA First Round, 81-72
Amir Coffey had 17 points to lead Minnesota, while Dupree McBrayer added 16.