D.J. Gay
D.J.  Gay


Sun Valley, Calif.

High School:
Poly High





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At San Diego State
Played all 140 games since stepping foot on campus prior to the 2007-08 season... Started 120 games, including 71 straight to end his career... Became the 26th member of SDSU's 1,000-point club when he scored a career-high 30 at New Mexico (1-15-11)... Scored in double figures 56 times and had nine 20-point efforts... Led the team in scoring 18 times and in assists 53 times... SDSU Division I career ranks: first in games played, second in three-point field goal attempts, second in games started, third in three-point field goals, third in minutes played, fourth in consecutive games started, sixth in field goal attempts, eighth in assists, tied-ninth in steals, 12th in points, 12th in three-point field goal percentage, 19th in field goals, 20th in free throws.

As A Senior (2010-11 Season)
MWC Rankings: 2nd in assist-to-turnover ratio, 2nd in minutes played, 6th in three-point field goals made, 10th in assists, 10th in three-point field goal percentage, 20th in scoring
NCAA Rankings: 25th in assist-to-turnover ratio, 216th in three-point field goals per game
All-MWC first team, all-MWC tournament team, NABC all-District 17 team selection... Was one of 10 finalists for the 2011 Bob Cousy Award... Earned his first MWC player-of-the-week award on Feb. 14... Went 177 consecutive minutes without a turnover and recorded 23 assists during that time... The streak was snapped vs. New Mexico (2-16-11)... Had 22 games with one turnover or less and 13 with zero miscues... Played 37 or more minutes 19 times, including 50 vs. Temple... Played 40 or more minutes eight times... SDSU Division I single-season ranks: first in minutes played, fifth in three-point field goal attempts, sixth in three-point field goals... Scored in double figures 19 times and reached the 20-point plateau four times... Led the team in scoring seven times and in assists 20 times... Hit a team-best four three-pointers and finished with 20 points at Long Beach State (11-13-10)... Grabbed a career-high-tying six rebounds vs. Green Bay (11-20-10)... Scored all 14 of his points in the second half at California (12-8-10) and knocked down 4-of-5 from beyond the arc... Went 6-of-8 from the floor (4-5 3FG) to finish with 16 points, four assists and two steals vs. San Diego (12-11-10)... Put up a team-high 18 points vs. IUPUI (12-22-10)... Matched his season high for assists (6) at TCU (1-5-11)... Scored 15 of his 18 points in the second half at Utah (1-8-11)... Went off for a career-high 30 points after hitting a career-best seven three-pointers and nine free throws at New Mexico (1-15-11)... Posted his second straight 20-point game, the first time he accomplished the feat in his career, when he finished with 20 points (6 3FG) vs. Air Force (1-19-11)... Hit the game-winner with 1.8 seconds left in regulation at Colorado State (2-2-11)... Tied his season high with six assists and committed zero turnovers in 40 minutes vs. TCU (2-5-11)... Scored a game-high 15 points, had a season-high six assists, and recorded a career-high five steals vs. Utah (2-8-11)... Had game-high figures of 20 points and three assists, and zero turnovers in 40 minutes at UNLV (2-12-11)... Hit his second game-winner of the season, this time with 4.9 seconds left at UNLV (3-11-11) in the semifinals of the MWC Championship; he finished with 15 points... Played a career-high 50 minutes vs. Temple (3-19-11) in the third round of the NCAA Tournament... Scored a team-high 16 points (4 3FG) vs. No. 9/8 Connecticut (3-24-11) in the regional semifinal of the NCAA Tournament.

As A Junior (2009-10 Season)
MWC Rankings: 2nd in minutes played, 3rd in assist-to-turnover ratio, 8th in assists, t-10th in three-point field goals made
NCAA Rankings: 131st in assist-to-turnover ratio

Honorable mention all-MWC... Averaged career-high figures in points and assists, and matched his career-best in rebounding... Only SDSU player to start all 34 games this season... Ended the season by playing in a team-high 103 consecutive games... Played 40 minutes in five of the final seven games and played 278 of a possible 280 minutes during that time frame... Had 19 double-digit scoring games, the second most on the team, and had two 20-point efforts... Led or tied for team-high assist honors 18 times and led the team in scoring on seven different occasions... Committed one turnover or less in 17 games... Enjoyed a career day with a then personal-best 22 points (4-8 3FG) at San Diego (12-2-09)... Had a career-high seven assists against Northern Arizona... Scored a game-high 18 points at Drake (12-22-09); also blocked a shot in overtime with two seconds left and SDSU up by two... Finished with 12 points and zero turnovers vs. BYU (1-23-10)... Put up a game-high 17 points and recorded a career-high five steals at Colorado State (1-30-10)... Played 45 minutes and produced 25 points on six three-pointers, while adding a team-best five assists at No. 15/23 New Mexico (2-6-10)... Played all 40 minutes at No. 13/11 BYU (2-24-10) and finished with a team-high 15 points and five assists... Led the team with 16 points vs. Colorado State (3-3-10)... Finished with 10 points and also had a game-high five assists and zero turnovers in 40 minutes at Air Force (3-6-10)... Played 40 minutes vs. No. 8/8 New Mexico (3-12-10) and had seven assists and zero assists in the MWC semifinals... Scored 11 points in the MWC title game at UNLV (3-13-10)... Posted a game-high 16 points vs. No. 15/14 Tennessee (3-18-10) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

As A Sophomore (2008-09 Season)
Played in every game for the second straight season... Made 23 starts... Reached double figures in scoring 10 times, which resulted in 10 Aztec victories... Produced two 20-point scoring efforts... Led the team in scoring twice and in assists six times... Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team honoree... Dished out five assists vs. Fresno State (11-22-08)... Scored a season-high 20 points vs. Hampton (11-29-08) in the Great Alaska Shootout title game... Logged seven points, two rebounds and two assists at Arizona (12-10-08)... Scored a season-high 20 points vs. CS Northridge (12-22-08)... Had three steals and 12 points against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12-29-08)... Connected on four three-pointers to score a team-high 15 points and grabbed a season-high four rebounds at Air Force (1-3-09)... Hit all four free throws to post 10 points for the third straight game vs. Air Force (2-7-09)... Connected on all five free throws to tie a then career high en route to 13 points at TCU (2-28-09)... Matched his career high with five assists vs. Weber State (3-17-09) in the first round of the NIT... Tallied six points, two rebounds, three assists and zero turnovers in the semifinals of the NIT vs. Baylor (3-31-09).

As A Freshman (2007-08 Season)
Played in all 33 games, while earning the starting nod 26 times, including the first eight contests and the final nine... Led the team with 45 three-point field goals and was third on the team in assists... One of five Aztecs to have more assists than turnovers... Scored in double figures in eight games... Committed one turnover or less in 23 of 33 games... Shot 37.2 percent from the three-point line, the 17th-best single-season percentage in school history and the fifth-best among freshman in the Division I era... He also ranked third in three-point field goal attempts, fourth in three-point field goals, ninth in minutes played and 10th in assists among SDSU Division I freshman... Became the first freshman point guard since Richie Williams to start a season-opening game under Fisher vs. Liberty (11-9-07)... Went for 10 points, four rebounds and four assists at Fresno State (11-11-07)... Tallied 11 points and four assists at LMU (11-28-07)... Scored 12 points on four three-pointers, while adding four assists vs. Sam Houston State (12-28-07)... Dished out a then career-high five assists vs. Northern Colorado (1-9-08)... Made his way back into the starting lineup at Utah (2-16-08), scoring a career-high 21 points on a personal-best six field goals... Logged an 18-point performance vs. Colorado State (3-1-08)... Matched his personal bests with six field goals and five treys en route to a game-high 17 points at Air Force (3-8-08)... Started, played 30 minutes and scored five points at Florida (3-19-08) in the first round of the NIT.

High School
Ended his senior season ranked fifth in California and 21st nationally in scoring, averaging 29.4 points per game... He also averaged 4.6 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 2.5 steals and shot 81.3 percent from the foul line as a senior... Led the Parrots to a 24-6 overall record, including a 9-1 mark in the Sunset Six League... In 2006-07, he had games of 30 or more points on 12 different occasions, scored at least 40 points three times and posted a school-record 56 points against Van Nuys High... Last year he was also the 13th-best prep player in three-point field goals made (243) and ranked 33rd in three-point field goals per game (3.7)... Chose SDSU after receiving interest from Arizona State, USC, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Oregon State, UC Irvine and Pepperdine.

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