Jeremy Hemsley
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Jeremy  Hemsley

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

High School:
Damien High

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200

Position:
G

Experience:
2L

11/17/2017

MBB downs McNeese, 83-52

MBB downs McNeese, 83-52

11/14/2017

SDSU Men's Hoops-Arizona State Postgame Notes

Men's Hoops-Arizona State postgame notes

11/12/2017

Men's Basketball Heads to Tempe to Face Arizona State

Men's Hoops set to travel to ASU

11/10/2017

Dutcher Earns First Win in 91-52 Victory Over SDCC

M. Basketball tops SDCC, 91-52

11/10/2017

SDSU Men's Hoops-San Diego Christian Postgame Notes

SDSU-SDCC postgame notes

11/10/2017

Men's Basketball v San Diego Christian - Photos by Derrick Tuskan

Men's hoops opens up the season against SD Christian

03/01/2017

USATSI Gallery - Air Force @ San Diego State

USATSI Gallery - Air Force @ San Diego State

02/22/2017

USATSI Gallery - Fresno State @ Nevada

USATSI Gallery - Fresno State @ Nevada

02/19/2017

SDSU vs. UNLV

SDSU vs. UNLV February 19, 2017

02/15/2017

USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ Utah State

USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ Utah State

Bio entering 2017-18

As A Sophomore (2016-17 Season)
MW Rankings: 17th in scoring
Earned Mountain West honorable mention accolades from the coaches... Played in 32 games, starting a career-high 31 times... Averaged a personal-best 12.9 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 28.7 minutes... Made a career-high 56 three-pointers... Had 21 double-figure scoring games, including five 20-point efforts and one 30-point outburst... Led the team in scoring a team-high-tying 12 times and in assists 12 times... Made multiple three-pointers on 15 different occasions... Set career highs in points (25) and field goals (9), while adding a team-high-tying two assists and a game-high-tying three steals in just 28 minutes vs. San Diego (11-11-16)... Led the team with 14 points and two assists at No. 14/14 Gonzaga (11-14-16)... Led all players with 23 points on 9-of-12 shooting and five assists vs. San Diego Christian (11-16-16)... Had a team-high 15 points, three assists and a career-high two blocked shots vs. California (11-21-16)... He scored 10 straight late in the first half vs. the Golden Bears to extend SDSU’s six-point lead to 16... Had a career-high nine assists and zero turnovers, while scoring 14 points, vs. Savannah State (11-28-16) to become the first Aztec, and the 12th in Division I at game time, to have have a 9-assist, 0-turnover game vs. a Division I opponent since at least 1996-97... Established what was then a career high with 28 points (25 in second half, 6-6 3FG) on a career-high-matching nine field goals, including a personal-record seven three-pointers, at Grand Canyon (12-7-16)... At one point vs. the Lopes, he scored 14 straight points and finished by scoring 18 of the team’s final 22 points... His 7-for-8 performance from three-point range vs. GCU was tied for the second-best three-point field goal percentage in a Division I game at that point in the season (Micah Seaborn of Monmouth was 8-for-9 against South Carolina State on Nov. 26, 2016) and it was the highest three-point field-goal percentage ever for an SDSU player (minimum eight attempts), matching Al Faux’s 7-for-8 performance against Oklahoma State on Dec. 30, 2000... Knocked down 5-of-7 shots from three-point distance and finished with 20 points and a season-high three steals vs. Tulsa (12-23-16) in the semifinals of the Diamond Head Classic... Led the team with 16 points in a season-high 37 minutes vs. New Mexico (1-1-17)... Set a career high with 30 points in 33 minutes at Nevada (1-4-17)... He made a personal-best 12 field goals, six of which were three-pointers, had five assists and zero turnovers in 33 minutes vs. the Wolf Pack and it was the first 30-point game at SDSU since March 2014... His performance at Nevada made him the sixth player in Division I at game time with a line of at least 30 points, five assists and zero turnovers and the first at SDSU since at least 1996-97... Led the team in scoring (12), assists (4) and blocked shots (career-high 2), while grabbing a career-best seven rebounds vs. San José State (1-10-17)... Made three treys before finishing with a team-high 14 points to go with three assists vs. Utah State (1-14-17)... Poured in 17 points and led the team with three assists and two steals vs. Colorado State (1-28-17)... Shared the team lead with 13 points and added two assists at San José State (2-7-17)... Recorded 15 points and led the team with three assists and two steals vs. Nevada (2-12-17)... Made multiple treys (2) for the first time in five games and finished with 13 points at Utah State (2-15-17)... Was an efficient 6-for-8 from the floor to finish with 16 points vs. UNLV (2-19-17)... Led the team with 13 points and two assists vs. Fresno State (2-22-17).

As A Freshman (2015-16 Season)
MW Rankings: 7th in free throw percentage, 20th in scoring
Named Mountain West Freshman of the Year by the conference head coaches... Earned all-MW third-team accolades from the coaches and media... Played in 37 games and started 25 times... Averaged 12.0 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.8 assists in 27.4 minutes... Scoring and assist averages were second on the team... Added 27 steals and 12 blocked shots... Scored 443 points, which was the second-highest total by an SDSU freshman... Shot a team-high 75.9 percent from the free throw line, which was the top accuracy by a freshman in SDSU single-season history... Made 42 treys at a 35.6-percent clip, which ranked second and third on the team, respectively... A bruised right foot forced him to miss one game and he did not start the remaining 12 games... Reached double figures in scoring 26 times, which was the second most on the team... Had a team-high four 20-point scoring efforts... Led the team in scoring 14 times and assists 13 times... Committed one turnover or less 18 times... Started in his debut and posted a game-high 20 points, six rebounds and team-high five assists vs. Illinois State (11-13-15)... Was the second straight true freshman to start at point guard (14th-ever freshman to start season opener for Steve Fisher)... Had the highest scoring and assist output by an Aztec starting freshman in a season opener under Fisher... Became the first Aztec freshman to put up at least 20 points, six rebounds and five assists since Kawhi Leonard in 2009... The aforementioned stat line was the 21st occurance at SDSU since 1996-97... Made a career-high four three-pointers en route to a game-high 16 points and added a personal-best six assists vs. East Carolina (11-23-15)... Had 14 points and a career-high six rebounds vs. No. 14/13 California (11-26-15)... Scored 20 points and led the team with four assists vs. Nicholls (12-10-15)... Had 20 points after scoring SDSU's first eight points of the game and connecting on his first six shots from the field, including a career-high four three-pointers vs. San José State (1-6-16)... Had 16 points and a game-high five assists vs. Colorado State (2-2-16)... Went a career-best 10-for-10 from the free throw line to finish with a career-high 23 points to go with a personal-best six rebounds vs. New Mexico (2-6-16)... Scored a team-high 18 points and had three steals at Fresno State (2-10-16)... Had 13 points and a career-high four steals at Wyoming (2-24-16)... Had 13 points and a team-high five assists with no turnovers vs. Washington (3-21-16) in the second round of the NIT.

High School
Is ranked No. 63 on the ESPN 100, No. 72 on the 247Sports Composite and No. 74 on the Rivals 150... Is a four-star recruit by the aforementioned recruiting services, is considered the 20th-best player at his position, the 13th-best in the region and the eighth-best in California, according to ESPN... Averaged 21 points, seven rebounds and seven assists as a senior, en route to being named the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year... Led Damien High to a California CIF Division III state championship and played in the 2015 Ballislife All-American Game in his final season... Other senior season accolades: MaxPreps California All-State First Team, Southern Section All-Open Division Team, John Wooden Southern Section Division 3 Player of the Year, San Gabriel Valley Tribune All-Area Player of the Year, Inland Daily Bulletin All-Area Team... As a junior, he averaged 22.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 2.0 steals, according to MaxPreps... In four varsity seasons, MaxPreps credits Hemsley with career averages of 17.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 2.0 steals while leading the Spartans to a 103-22 record.

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