Matt Mitchell
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Matt  Mitchell

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Riverside, Calif.

High School:
Roosevelt High

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 230

Position:
F

Experience:
1L

06/12/2018

SDSU Men’s Basketball Adds Ed Chang to Program

SDSU Men’s Basketball signs Ed Chang

06/11/2018

SDSU Releases Men’s Basketball Conference Schedule

M. Basketball 2019 MW schedule released

05/30/2018

Jalen McDaniels to Return for Sophomore Season

McDaniels to return to Men's Hoops

05/15/2018

SDSU Men’s Basketball Adds Aguek Arop to Program

M. Hoops adds Aguek Arop to program

05/14/2018

Malachi Flynn Joins SDSU Men’s Basketball Program

Flynn joins Men’s Basketball program

Bio entering 2018-19

As A Freshman (2017-18 Season)
Named to the Wooden Legacy all-tournament team... Played in all 33 games and started 32 times... Averaged the third-most minutes on the team (26.5)... Posted 10.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals... Tied for the team lead with 49 three-pointers, making 35.8 percent of his attempts... Made at least one three-point field goal in 24 of his last 30 games... Connected on 45.0 percent from the field, third best among Aztecs with at least 100 field-goal attempts... Made 71 of his final 140 field-goal attempts (50.7 percent) over the last 18 games of the year and 47-for-75 from two-point range (62.7 percent)... Reached the double-digit scoring plateau 20 times... Led the team in scoring six times and in rebounding and assists three times apiece... Had at least one steal in 19 of his final 25 games (30 steals)... Finished the season ranked second in three-pointers (49) and free throw percentage (.765), fifth in points (346), seventh three-point field-goal percentage (.358), eighth in minutes played (874) and efficiency points (350), tied for eighth in free throws (65), ninth in efficiency average (10.61) and points-rebounds-assists (534), and tied for 10th in steals (36) in the school’s Division I freshman record book... Ranked first among Mountain West freshmen in assists per game and three-pointers, and second in scoring... Started the first game of his career in his SDSU debut vs. San Diego Christian (11-10-17) and was the 15th freshman to start a season-opening game with Dutcher on the bench, dating back to the 1988-89 campaign, and the 10th while Dutcher has been at SDSU... The others are Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Jerod Ward, Albert White, Bradley Jackson, Steve Sir, Brandon Heath, Richie Williams, D.J. Gay, Tim Shelton, Kawhi Leonard, Trey Kell and Jeremy Hemsley... Set career highs in points (31), steals (3), field goals (10) and three-pointers (7) to go with six rebounds vs. Eastern Illinois (11-20-17)... His seven treys were tied for the fourth most in school history, the most ever by an SDSU freshman, and tied for the second most by an Aztec in Viejas Arena history... He had the most points by an Aztec freshman since 2003 (Evan Burns)... His 31 points were the fourth most by a freshman this season… He became one of five freshmen nationally at game’s end to score at least 30 points… His seven three-pointers were tied for the second most nationally at the conclusion of the game... Had 12 points and a career-high nine rebounds vs. Washington State (11-26-17)... Played a then-career-high 35 minutes and produced 13 points and a career-high six assists vs. California (12-9-17)... Shared the team lead with 15 points and played a career-high 36 minutes vs. No. 12/15 Gonzaga (12-21-17)... Blocked a career-high three shots, while adding a team-best four assists vs. Air Force (2-3-18)... Scored a game-high 21 points and had a career-high three steals vs. UNLV (2-17-18)... Tied his career high with three steals vs. Boise State (2-27-18)... Had 13 points, five rebounds, three assists and a career-high three steals vs. No. 22/22 Nevada (3-9-18) in the MW semifinals.

High School
A three-star forward, according to Rivals and Scout and was named The Press-Enterprise's HSGametime Boys Basketball Player of the Year for the 2016-17 campaign... Helped Roosevelt High School (26-8; 10-0) win its first Big VIII League title, capture the CIF Southern California Regional championship and claim the CIF State Division I crown... Finished with senior-season averages of 25.4 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.2 steals, while making 41 percent of his three-point attempts and 89 percent from the charity stripe... Posted 10 games with at least 30 points, had 26 games where he scored a minimum of 20, and recorded 16 double-doubles... In three seasons at Roosevelt, helped the Mustangs to a 71-22 overall record and a 27-3 league record... Prior to his time at Roosevelt, he guided King High School as a freshman to a CIF Southern Section Division IA championship.

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