Matt Shrigley
Matt  Shrigley


San Diego, Calif.

High School:
La Costa Canyon High

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 190




SDSU-SJSU Men's Basketball Postgame Notes

MBB postgame notes vs. SJSU


SDSU Men's Basketball Press Conference Quotes

MBB press conference quotes


Men's Basketball Closes Regular Season Saturday at New Mexico

M. Hoops closes regular season at UNM


Men's Hoops-Air Force Postgame Notes

Men's Hoops-Air Force postgame notes


Men's Hoops-Air Force Postgame Quotes

Men's Hoops-Air Force postgame quotes


USATSI Gallery - Air Force @ San Diego State

USATSI Gallery - Air Force @ San Diego State



SDSU vs. UNLV February 19, 2017


USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ Air Force

USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ Air Force


USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ UNLV

USATSI Gallery - San Diego State @ UNLV


San Diego State vs. Utah State

Jan. 14, 2017

Bio entering 2016-17

As A Junior (2015-16 Season)
Played in 18 games... Averaged 2.4 points and 1.0 rebounds in 11.8 minutes... Fourteen of his 15 field goals were of the three-point variety... Added 11 assists against six turnovers, two blocked shots and two steals... Reached double figures in scoring twice... Committed one turnover or less in 17 of 18 games... Played double-digit minutes in 12 of his last 16 games... Made 50 percent of his three-point attempts in four NIT games (7-14)... Suffered an ACL tear in his right knee on July 20 and had surgery July 28... Sat out and rehabbed until making his debut in January vs. Utah State (1-23-16)... Had one rebound in nine minutes off the bench vs. the Aggies... Played 10 minutes and finished with one rebound and one blocked shot at UNLV (1-30-16)... Saw his most minutes on the floor of the season at the time (11) and grabbed a season-high four rebounds vs. Colorado State (2-2-16)... Made his first four three-point attempts, to tie his career high, en route to 12 points, and added a career-high six assists vs. Air Force (2-13-16)... Made his first two-point field goal since the 2015 NCAA tournament (vs. Duke) and turned in five points at Wyoming (2-24-16)... Knocked down a pair of three-pointers for six points and added two rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot vs. IPFW (3-15-16) in the first round of the NIT... Tied his career high with four three-pointers (4-4) and matched his season high with 12 points in 19 minutes vs. Washington (3-21-16) in the second round of the NIT... Had three points and matched his season high with one steal vs. George Washington (3-29-16) in the semifinals of the NIT.

As A Sophomore (2014-15 Season)
Played 30 straight games after suffering an elbow injury in the preseason, which forced him to miss the first six contests of the year... Started 17 of the final 21 games of the season, including 15 of the last 16 conference games (did not start on Senior Night)... Averaged 5.1 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.0 assists... Knocked down a career-high 41 three-pointers, which were the second-most on the team... Had at least one assist in 10 of the final 12 games of the year and in 23 of 30 games overall... Scored in double figures four times and led the team in assists three times... Knocked down multiple three-pointers 10 times, had multiple steals five times and committed one turnover or less 23 times... Scored two points and had one assist in 17 minutes vs. San Diego (12-4-14) in his first action since suffering his left elbow injury against Point Loma... Matched his career high with five rebounds vs. UC Riverside (12-22-14)... Reached double figures in scoring for the first time when he finished with 11 points vs. San Diego Christian (12-27-14)... Scored all of his 14 points in the second half at Fresno State (1-3-15) and made a career-high four three-pointers... Started for the first time of the season against New Mexico (1-6-15) and finished with eight points, two rebounds, one assist, one blocked shot and two steals in a then-career-high 26 minutes... Credited with a career-high three steals at No. 25 Wyoming (1-14-15)... Had a season-high three assists vs. UNLV (1-17-15)... Went 6-for-7 from the floor, including 4-for-5 from deep, and finished with a career-high 16 points at Colorado State (1-24-15); The six field goals and four three-pointers were career highs... Matched his season high with three assists vs. Nevada (3-7-15)... Made a career-high four three-pointers en route to 12 points vs. St. John's (3-20-15) in the second round of the NCAA tournament... Had six points and two steals vs. Duke (3-22-15) in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

As A Redshirt Freshman (2013-14 Season)
Saw action in all 36 games and received the starting nod three times... Averaged 5.2 points and 1.6 rebounds in 15.8 minutes... Made the second-most three-pointers on the team (40), while shooting the third-highest percentage (.354)... Blocked 12 shots, the fourth-highest total on the team... Scored in double figures nine times (seven off bench) with SDSU winning all nine... Led the team in scoring once... Knocked down multiple threes 12 times and the Aztecs were undefeated in all 12 games... Committed one turnover or less 27 times... Made a career-high four three-pointers to finish with 12 points vs. College of Charleston (11-28-13)... Earned his first career start and finished with five points, two assists and one blocked shot vs. Southern Utah (12-18-13)... Scored 11 points and made a team-best two three-pointers in his second straight start vs. McNeese State (12-21-13)... Registered 12 points and posted career highs in rebounds (5) and assists (4) in a starting role vs. St. Katherine College (12-27-13)... Established a career high with 15 points after knocking down a personal-best five field goals, which included a personal-record four three-pointers vs. Utah State (2-18-14)... Made his first five field-goal attempts, including his first four from behind the arc, and finished with 14 points, all of which were scored in the second half at UNLV (3-5-14). The five baskets and four three-pointers matched his career high... Had a season-high five rebounds in the MW semifinals at UNLV (3-14-14)... Nailed both of his three-point attempts and finished with six points vs. New Mexico State (3-20-14) in the second round of the NCAA tournament... Saw action vs. North Dakota State (3-22-14) and No. 4/5 Arizona (3-27-14) in the NCAA third round and Sweet 16, respectively.

As A Redshirt (2012-13 Season)
Used his redshirt season in his first year with the program... Practiced with the team throughout the campaign... Proved invaluable as a member of the scout team... Worked hard on all aspects of his game, including shooting, ball-handling and defense... Worked hard in the weight room and gained considerable strength.

High School
Led La Costa Canyon to a 35-3 record and a perfect 8-0 mark in league action during his senior season... Helped the Mavericks to the San Diego Section and Southern California Regional titles in 2011-12 after averaging 16.5 points... LCC reached the 2012 CIF Division II state championship game... gave him a scout grade of 92 and four stars... The website listed him as the ninth-best player in California, the 12th-best in the region and the 18th-best at the shooting guard position... Earned three stars from, and rated him as the 27th-best shooting guard nationally... Was named the CIF San Diego Section Player of the Year... Earned fourth-team all-state accolades and was a first-team Division II selection from Cal-Hi Sports... As a junior at LCC in 2010-11, he averaged 18.4 points, 7.1 rebounds, 2.1 blocks, 1.8 assists and 1.6 steals, while helping his squad to a 29-5 record.

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