Lorrenzo Wade
Lorrenzo  Wade


Las Vegas, Nev.

High School:
Hargrave Military (Va.) Academy

Last College:
Univ. of Louisville

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 225




SDSU Men's Basketball-UNLV Postgame Notes

Men's Basketball-UNLV postgame notes


M. Hoops to Clash With Colorado State in MW Semifinals

M. Hoops to clash with CSU in MW semis


M. Hoops to Face Boise State in MW Quarterfinals

MBB to face Boise State in MW quarters


M. Hoops Opens MW Championship at UNLV on Wednesday

Men's Hoops opens MW tourney at UNLV


Men's Basketball Closes Regular Season Saturday at New Mexico

M. Hoops closes regular season at UNM


MBB: Utah at San Diego State

Photos from the Utah at San Diego State men's basketball game on Jan. 27, 2007.


San Diego State vs. Cal

San Diego State vs. Cal

One of the the Mountain West Conference's top players and should be considered a player-of-the-year candidate... Is an explosive player with great leaping ability... One of San Diego State's top finishers... Can disrupt offenses with his strength, length and ability to play the passing lanes... An offensive force who can get to the basket at will... An All-American, all-MWC and all-region candidate... Has the ability to play the shooting guard, small forward and power forward positions... Can knock down the mid-range shot... A team leader on and off the court... Continues to work on his three-point shooting.

As A Junior (2007-08 Season)
MWC Rankings: 5th in field goal percentage, 5th in assists, 8th in scoring, 9th in minutes played, t-19th in rebounding
Received first-team all-Mountain West Conference accolades and was a second-team NABC all-District 13 selection... MWC Player of the Week as announced Jan. 21... Played in all 33 games and earned the starting assignment 31 times, including 28 straight at one point... Had 27 double-digit scoring games and 49 for his career... Scored 20 points or more seven different times... Posted two double-doubles... Was SDSU's top scorer 13 times, the leading rebounder on seven occasions and leader in assists 15 times... Led the team in field goals (174), points (487), points per game (14.8), assists (119) and minutes played/average (1,059/32.1)... Also ranked second on the squad in blocked shots (20) and third in rebounds (150) and steals (33)... Appeared on SDSU's single-season list in numerous categories - 11th in minutes played (1,059), 13th in free throws (116), 18th in points (487), 24th in assists (119) and field goals (174)... A World Vision Classic all-tourney pick... Had 12 points, three rebounds and three assists in the season opener vs. Liberty (11-9-07)... Scored 18 points and dished out three assists vs. Portland (11-10-07)... Posted 18 points and five rebounds at Fresno State (11-11-07)... Scored a team-high 14 points to go along with six assists at San Diego (11-19-07)... Shared team-high honors with 17 points, including a career-high tying three treys at California (11-24-07)... Connected on eight field goals en route to an 18-point effort at LMU (11-28-07)... Scored 18 points on 7-for-12 shooting vs. Navy (12-17-07)... Was held to just seven points at Arizona (12-22-07), ending his seven-game double-digit scoring streak... Totaled 23 points, four assists and a season-best four steals vs. Sam Houston State (12-28-07)... Recorded a team-high 18 points to go along with eight rebounds vs. TCU (1-5-08)... Tallied 11 points, four assists and three rebounds vs. Northern Colorado (1-9-08)... Connected on nine field goals en route to 23 points at New Mexico (1-12-08)... Scored a game-high 20 points to go along with eight rebounds during a season-long 39 minutes vs. Utah (1-16-08)... Posted his first double-double of the season with 11 points and a career-high 13 rebounds vs. Wyoming (1-19-08)... Led the team with 21 points at BYU (1-23-08)... Dished out a game-high seven assists vs. UNLV (1-26-08)... Hit the game-winning three-pointer with 21 seconds left at CSU (1-29-08), capping off his second double-double of the season (18 points, 10 rebounds)... Tied a season high with two blocked shots, while scoring 14 points vs. Air Force (2-6-08)... Posted a team-high 21 points on 6-for-10 shooting vs. New Mexico (2-13-08)... Scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds to go along with a game-high five assists at Utah (2-16-08)... Made his 50th career start at Wyoming (2-19-08), recording 14 points and three assists... Scored a career-high 28 points on a personal-best 10 field goals vs. BYU (2-23-08)... Led the team with 21 points, nine rebounds and five assists at UNLV (2-26-08)... Came off the bench for the first time in 48 games, dishing out a career-high 11 assists vs. Colorado State (3-1-08)... Returned to the starting lineup at Air Force (3-8-08), totaling six points, five assists, two rebounds and two steals... Drained a career-best 10 free throws to go along with seven rebounds and five assists vs. Air Force in the MWC quarterfinals (3-13-08)... Played in his 100th collegiate game, scoring 10 points and dishing out five assists against Brigham Young in the MWC semifinals (3-14-08)... Battled illness and came off the bench in the first round of the NIT at Florida (3-19-08) to score 11 points and dish out a game-high seven assists in 30 minutes.

As A Sophomore (2006-07 Season)
MWC Rankings: 4th in steals, 9th in blocked shots, 10th in defensive rebounding, 13th in minutes played, 14th in assists
Honorable mention all-Mountain West Conference... Played in all 33 games and made 24 starts, including all 16 in MWC action... Logged the fourth most minutes on the team (1,037)... Shot at least 50 percent from the field in 15 contests... Was second on the team in blocked shots with 39... Dished out the third-most assists on the team (85) despite playing small forward for most of the season... Made 53.9 percent of his two-point field goal attempts... Tied Mohamed Abukar for the second-best field goal percentage (.472) among those with at least 161 shot attempts... Started the final 20 games to end the season... Scored 11 points vs. Murray State (11-10-06), his first game as an Aztec... Posted 12 points at Saint Mary's (11-11-06) despite foul trouble... Tied a then career-high with 14 points vs. Seattle Pacific (11-12-06)... Established a then career-high with 15 points and five assists and matched his then career best with seven rebounds against UCSD (11-15-06)... Added eight points and four rebounds vs. Cal (11-18-06)... Posted 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting off the bench at UCSB (11-25-06)... Scored 14 points in a reserve role by making a then career-high seven field goals vs. San Diego (11-29-06)... Grabbed eight rebounds and hit two three-pointers and two free throws en route to 12 points at Western Michigan (12-2-06)... Had his best game of his Aztec career with a personal-best 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting, including a career-high three three-pointers vs. Campbell (12-12-06)... Blocked three shots and added six rebounds and seven points vs. LMU (12-16-06)... Tallied seven points and four rebounds at Washington State (12-21-06)... Had a personal-best four blocks, three steals and 11 points vs. Lafayette (12-30-06)... Had three steals and added six rebounds in a starting role vs. Wyoming (1-3-07)... Posted nine points and two blocks at BYU (1-6-07)... Started against Colorado State (1-13-07) and contributed nine rebounds and 13 points... Delivered a lifetime-best 12 rebounds and added 13 points (first career double-double), four assists and three steals vs. New Mexico (1-17-07)... Posted 11 points, seven rebounds and three steals at Air Force (1-20-07)... Recorded his second career double-double in the last three games with 11 points and 11 rebounds at UNLV (1-23-07)... Scored 12 points, grabbed a team-high seven rebounds and had five assists vs. Utah (1-27-07)... Connected on eight field goals and had four steals at TCU (1-31-07); he also added 19 points and six rebounds... Blocked three shots, had three assists and two steals vs. Air Force (2-6-07)... Credited with five assists and had three steals, two blocks, six rebounds and nine points at CSU (2-10-07)... Turned in a great all-around performance with 15 points (7-11 FGs), a career-high five steals, four rebounds, three blocks and two assists vs. UNLV (2-13-07)... Contributed 16 points, nine rebounds and eight assists at New Mexico (2-20-07)... Notched 10 points, five rebounds and three assists vs. BYU (2-24-07)... Recorded three steals and three assists at Utah (2-27-07)... Contributed seven rebounds, four assists and four steals vs. TCU (3-3-07)... Had a career-best nine assists vs. CSU at the MWC tournament (3-8-07)... Recorded seven points, four rebounds and four assists in the first-round NIT game at Missouri State (3-14-07)... Scored a team-best 16 points and tied Richie Williams for team-high rebounding honors with eight in the second-round NIT game at Syracuse (3-19-07)... Also added a team-high three blocks and four free throws against the Orange.

As A Redshirt (2005-06 Season)
Sat out the 2005-06 season due to NCAA transfer rules... Practiced with the team throughout the season.

As A Freshman at Louisville (2004-05 Season)
Played in 35 games for a Louisville team coached by Rick Pitino that went 35-5, including 14-2 in Conference USA and advanced to the NCAA Final Four... Played double-figure minutes in 18 games... Logged a career-high 21 minutes in games against East Carolina (1-19-05) and at Tulane (1-29-05)... Scored a career-high 14 points vs. Tennessee State (1-2-05) on 5-of-8 shooting and later matched the total on Jan. 29 at Tulane on 5-of-8 from the field... His five field goals made in both those contests were also a personal best... Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in his sixth game of the season against North Carolina A&T (12-17-04)... Also matched the rebound figure vs. East Carolina (1-19-05)... In the ECU contest, he was perfect from the free-throw line going 4-for-4... Recorded his third double-digit scoring game of the season, scoring 10 points against UAB in the Conference USA tournament (3-11-05)... Ranked sixth on the team with seven dunks... Ended the season playing in 21 consecutive games.

High School
Averaged 14 points and four rebounds in 2001-02 for a Cheyenne (Nev.) High team that posted a 30-5 record and was a state runner-up... A 2003 first-team all-state, all-region and all-division selection... Named co-MVP of the 2003 state tournament where he averaged 21.5 points in six postseason games helping Cheyenne to its first-ever state title... Scored 20 points in the title game after recording 22 points and 14 rebounds in the semifinals... For the 2002-03 season, he averaged 17.2 points and 6.8 rebounds as the Desert Shields compiled a record of 31-1 along with claiming the Class 4A crown... Played his final prep season at Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy where he averaged 14.3 points and guided Hargrave to a 25-1 record and the nation's top ranking among prep schools.

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