Tim Shelton
Tim  Shelton


Fresno, Calif.

High School:
Clovis West High

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 240




Men's Basketball-Fresno State Postgame Quotes

M. Hoops-Fresno State postgame quotes


Men's Basketball news conference quotes

Men's Basketball news conference quotes


Men's Hoops-Air Force Postgame Notes

Men's Hoops-Air Force postgame notes


Men's Basketball Heads to Gonzaga for College Hoops Marathon

M. Hoops to face Gonzaga on Monday


#AztecMBB to Face No. 16/16 Utah Monday on ESPN2

#AztecMBB to face No. 16/16 Utah Monday on ESPN2


NCAA Tournament Practice - March 15

Photos from the Aztecs' practice in preparation for Friday's second round game against NC State.


SDSU Men's Hoops vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)

SDSU Men's Hoops vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)


SDSU vs. Colorado State (AP - 3/9/12)

SDSU vs. Colorado State (AP - 3/9/12)


No. 21 San Diego St. vs. Boise St.

No. 21 San Diego St. vs. Boise St.


SDSU vs. Colorado State (AP - 2/25/11)

SDSU vs. Colorado State (AP - 2/25/11)

As A Junior (2010-11 Season)
Played in 31 games, his most since 2008-09 when he played in 34 games... Averaged1.6 points and 1.5 rebounds in 9.4 minutes... The coaching staff monitored his minutes for games and practices with his history of knee injuries... Played 10 or more minutes 14 of his 31 outings... Had best game of season vs. Green Bay (11-20-10) with a season-best eight points, three rebounds and one assist in 15 minutes... Played a season-high-matching 20 minutes at Miami (Ohio) (11-22-10)... Grabbed four rebounds at California (12-8-10)... Gathered a season-high five rebounds in just eight minutes vs. UC Santa Barbara (12-18-10)... Went 3-for-3 from the field en route to six points and grabbed three rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench vs. IUPUI (12-22-10)... Played a season-high-tying 20 minutes and contributed two points, two rebounds, a season-high two assists and a steal at Utah (1-8-11). Also drew four offensive fouls on the Utes... Produced four points (2-3 FG), three rebounds, a season-high two assists and zero turnovers in 19 minutes at New Mexico (1-15-11)... Tied his season high with two assists vs. Air Force (1-19-11)... Posted three points and three rebounds in just six minutes at No. 9 Brigham Young (1-26-11)... Missed the Wyoming in Laramie due to illness, but returned in the next game vs. Colorado State (3-5-11) and had two points and one rebound... Had two points and two rebounds in four minutes vs. Utah (3-10-11) in the quarterfinals of the MWC Championship... Knocked down his third straight three-point field-goal attempt vs. No. 8/8 BYU (3-12-11) in the MWC championship game and finished with three points and one rebound in five minutes... Logged 10 minutes in the second-round NCAA Tournament game vs. Northern Colorado (3-17-11)... Played four minutes vs. Temple (3-19-11) in the NCAA Tournament third-round outing... Saw a minute of court time vs. No. 9/8 Connecticut (3-24-11) in the NCAA Tournament West Region semifinal contest.

As A Sophomore (2009-10 Season)
Had his season cut short after having exploratory knee surgery on Feb. 3... Played in nine games and started twice, while averaging 12.9 minutes... Averaged 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds... Did not play the first eight games of the season due to off-season microfracture knee surgery, his third major knee surgery... Saw his first action of the season vs. CS Fullerton (12-9-09) and finished with three points and two assists... Played seven minutes and had four rebounds and two assists vs. Arizona (12-12-09)... Had an assist in seven minutes at Arizona State (12-19-09)... Scored three points, while playing 16 minutes at Drake (12-22-09)... Scored three points and grabbed three rebounds vs. UC Riverside (12-29-09)... Enjoyed his best game of the year by recording a season-high eight points, four rebounds, three assists, one steals and one block in 26 minutes vs. New Mexico (1-5-10)... Started his first game of the season at Wyoming (1-9-10) and produced six points, on a career-high two three-pointers, and a career-best four assists... Scored for the third straight game and ended with five points and four rebounds at UNLV (1-13-10)... Missed the TCU (1-16-10), at Utah (1-19-10), vs. BYU (1-23-10), at Colorado State (1-30-10) and vs. Air Force (2-2-10) games due to a sore knee before having season-ending surgery.

As A Redshirt Freshman (2008-09 Season)
MWC Rankings: 2nd in offensive rebounds, 6th in field goal percentage, 15th in rebounding
Earned a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA before the start of the 2008-09 season making him a redshirt freshman... Played in 34 games and made 13 starts... Averaged 7.9 points, while shooting 50.2 percent from the field, and 4.7 rebounds... Reached double figures in scoring nine times... Had his first three career double-doubles... Led the team in scoring three times, in rebounding on nine different occasions and in assists once... Started his second season opening game of his career as a freshman vs. UCSD... Was the 11th freshman to do so under Fisher... He started vs. Liberty as a true freshman in 2007-08... Recorded seven points and five rebounds vs. UCSD (11-15-08)... Scored eight points and collected four rebounds vs. Fresno State (11-22-08)... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds and tied his career best with four free throws vs. Western Carolina (11-28-08) in the quarterfinals of the Great Alaska Shootout... Recorded seven points, six rebounds and a career-high three steals vs. Seattle (11-28-08) in the semifinals of the Great Alaska Shootout... Contributed five points and five rebounds in the championship game vs. Hampton (11-29-08) at the Great Alaska Shootout... Had a perfect shooting night at Northern Colorado (12-3-08) after going 6-for-6 from the field, 2-2 from three-point distance and 3-for-3 from the free throw line en route to a career-best 17 points... Scored 12 points vs. San Diego (12-6-08)... Also had a game-high seven rebounds vs. USD... At
Arizona (12-10-08), he contributed a team-high 13 points, eight rebounds and a personal-best two blocked shots... Had his first career double-double
with a career-high tying 17 points, on a personal-record seven field goals, and a personal-best 10 rebounds vs. Saint Mary's (12-13-08)... Collected a game-high tying six rebounds and added seven points in a starting role vs. UCSB (12-20-08)... Dished a career-high four assists and contributed a team-best seven rebounds vs. CS Northridge (12-22-08)... Started and went for nine points and six rebounds vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12-29-08)... Grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds and had three blocks, while adding eight points at Air Force (1-3-09)... Notched six points vs. Utah (1-10-09)... Went for eight points at Wyoming (1-14-09)... Had three rebounds and assists apiece and added five points off the bench vs. New Mexico (1-21-09)... Scored 11 points and grabbed two rebounds at BYU (1-24-09)... Scored five points in 15 starting minutes before hurting his knee; knee was fine, but was held out
for precautionary reasons at Colorado State (1-31-09)... Did not travel to UNLV (2-3-09) to rest knee... DNP vs. Air Force (2-7-09) due to sore knee...
Returned to the rotation and scored seven points at Utah (2-11-09)... Recorded 11 points, and five rebounds vs. Wyoming (2-14-09) and scored in double figures for the sixth time this season... Started at New Mexico (2-21-09) and scored six points... Scored 13 points vs. BYU (2-24-09)... Grabbed nine rebounds and scored seven points at TCU (2-28-09)... Tallied a team-high 14 points and grabbed five rebounds vs. Colorado State (3-4-09)... Collected a career-high 12 rebounds vs. UNLV (3-7-09)... Recorded 10 points at UNLV in the MWC quarterfinals (3-12-09)... Scored four points and contributed three rebounds vs. BYU in the MWC semifinals (3-13-09)... Scored six points vs. Utah in the MWC championship game (3-14-09)... Finished with four points and five rebounds vs. Weber State (3-17-09) in the first round of the NIT... Had six points vs. Kansas State (3-20-09) in the second round of the NIT... Contributed five points, two assists and tied for the team lead with six rebounds vs. Saint Mary's (3-25-09) in the NIT quarterfinal round... Tallied 10 points and seven rebounds vs. Baylor (3-31-09) in the semifinals of the NIT.

As A Freshman (2007-08 Season)
Played in four games, making three starts before he underwent left knee surgery on Nov. 20... Was announced by Steve Fisher as out for the season prior to the LMU game (11-28-07)... Finished the season as one of four Aztecs to average double figures in points (10.0)... Ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.552) and fourth in rebounding average (4.8) despite his injury... Scored in double figures twice in his four games played... Joined D.J. Gay as the fifth and sixth Aztec freshmen and the 10th and 11th overall to start a season opener under Fisher... Began his Aztec career with nine points and four rebounds vs. Liberty (11-9-07)... Scored a career-high 12 points and added five rebounds and two steals vs. Portland (11-10-07)... Grabbed a personal-best eight rebounds and four assists, while scoring 11 points at Fresno State (11-11-07)... Missed the UC San Diego game (11-17-07) due to a sore knee... Returned to the lineup after missing one game and had eight points on 4-of-6 shooting at San Diego (11-19-07)... Sat out the California game (11-24-07) due to knee surgery.

High School
Underwent knee surgery and played in four games his senior season... As a junior, he led his team to a 30-3 overall record, including a perfect 10-0 mark in the Tri-River Athletic Conference (TRAC), and an appearance in the CIF Division I finals where they fell just three points shy of the state title... In that game, the 2005-06 TRAC co-MVP, recorded 15 points and eight rebounds... Guided Clovis West to a 2006 final national ranking of No. 17 by MaxPreps.com, No. 18 in the USA Today Super 25 poll and No. 21 by SI.com... At a regional level, Clovis West finished No. 4 in the USA Today Regional poll and was rated the fourth-best prep team in California according to MaxPreps.com... Was a McDonald's All-American nominee... Helped Clovis West to the CIF Championship in 2004-05... Calhisports.rivals.com listed him as one of the best players in California, while scout.com described him as a slasher, who is physical, a tough defender, has good foot quickness and a well put-together body... Considered Cal Poly, Fresno State, Mississippi State and Wake Forest before choosing SDSU.

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