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Trey Lang

  • Player
  • Number: 13 (wore 21 in 2007-08)
  • Position: F
  • Height: 6' 7“
  • Weight: 240 lbs.
  • Hometown: Marietta, GA
  • High School: Wheeler H.S.
  • Prep School: none
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthdate: April 1, 1989

At UMass

  • Graduated in May 20121)

2011-12 Redshirt Senior year

Roster photo 2011-12

  • On team roster as a walk-on, but did not practice nor play in games all season, sitting out with knee injuries.2)

2010-11 Redshirt Junior year

Roster photo 2010-11

  • Saw action in four games, playing 3.0 minutes and scoring 1.0 points per game.
  • Two points and two rebounds vs. Seton Hall (12/11).
  • Played final five minutes vs. AIC (11/24) and scored fourth-career field goal.
  • Played final minute vs. TCU (11/22), grabbing one rebound.

Video: Player profile from UMass Athletics

2009-10 Redshirt Sophomore year

  • Returned to team as a walk-on. Played in 12 games, seeing 3.8 minutes per game with 10 points (0.8 ppg).
  • Made two free throws at Dayton (2/27), playing three minutes, also grabbed a rebound.
  • Tallied career-high three points on a basket and free throw vs. Grambling State (12/11).
  • Scored second-career field goal at Holy Cross (12/5) in late minutes.
  • Played career-high eight minutes vs. #2 Michigan State (11/28), grabbing two rebounds.
  • Netted first college field goal in four minute stint vs. St. Francis (11/24).
  • First-career college point on a free throw vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith (11/21) in Legends Classic.
  • Played career-high four minutes, grabbed a rebound and blocked a shot vs. Cornell (11/18).
  • Played three minutes at UCF (11/13) for career-high in playing time.

2008-09 Sophomore year

  • Did not play basketball, but attended UMass as a student.

2007-08 Freshman year

Pre-season report from Head Coach Travis Ford: “Trey is someone who has also impressed me in preseason workouts. For a freshman he is very strong and physical, he is very good around the basket. What we need to work on with him is perimeter skills, getting his shot off quicker, jump shot and understanding how we play. But physically I think he is going to be ready to play and contribute, we just need him to continue be aggressive every single day, but I have been pleased with him. Trey is a post player we have been looking for as he possesses both size and strength. He comes from one of the best basketball programs in America. Trey's got a great bloodline of basketball. His dad was a 12-year veteran in the NBA. He has a great work ethic and very good skills. He is a player who I believe will get better every single day through individual instruction. Trey is going to have a great career at UMass.”

  • Freshman reserve forward has played in four games.
  • Grabbed two rebounds against CCSU (12/22).


Current stats available from UMass or StatSheet

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds
2008-09Not part of team
2011-12Injured - out for season

Expanded stats from StatSheet

Career Highs

Points3 - vs Grambling (12/11/2009)
Field Goals1 - four times, last vs AIC (11/24/2010)
Field Goals Att.2 - vs AIC (11/24/2010)
3-Point FG0
3-Point FG Att.0
Free Throws2 - twice, last vs Seton Hall (12/11/2010)
Free Throw Att.2 - three times, last vs Seton Hall (12/11/2010)
Rebounds2 - three times, last vs Seton Hall (12/11/2010)
Assists1 - vs Cornell (11/18/2009)
Blocks1 - three times, last vs La Salle (1/10/2010)
Minutes8 - vs Michigan State (11/28/2009)


Courtesy: UMass Athletics

  • Favorite Musical Artist: Lil Wayne
  • Favorite Sports Movie: Love and Basketball
  • Best Sporting Event I Ever Attended: Ohio State vs. Florida
  • Favorite TV Show: Martin
  • Favorite Sports Broadcaster: Bill Walton
  • Favorite Pro Sports Team: Denver Nuggets
  • Pro Sports Team I Would Like To Play For: Whoever
  • Favorite Athletes: Kevin Garnett, Carmelo Anthony
  • Childhood Idol: Wilt Chamberlain
  • Hobbies: Going out and chillin
  • Team I'd Like To See Added To The Schedule: North Carolina State
  • Best Player I Ever Faced: Glenn Robinson
  • Magazine Cover I'd Like to Be On: Slam/GQ
  • Most Famous Person I Ever Met: Dominique Wilkins
  • My Most Prized Possession: My phone
  • Place I'd Like to Visit: Home
  • I Wear My Jersey Number Because: I have always worn it
  • If I Didn't Play College Basketball I Would Play: Nothing
  • Who Had the Greatest Impact on My Life: My family
  • Pre-game Rituals: Wear game socks under outfit
  • Most People Don't Know This But: I'm definitely not a 5
  • One Thing I Wish I Were Better At: being polite
  • If I Had $1 Billion Dollars I Would: Be rich


Prep School / High School

  • Graduated from Wheeler High School in Marietta, GA
  • Averaged 10.0 points and 6.0 rebounds as a senior
  • Posted the sixth-best single-season total of blocked shots (67) as a senior
  • Rated the No. 18 recruit from the state of Georgia
  • Also was a 70 percent free throw shooter
  • Wheeler High School program is one of the best in Georgia producing alumni such as Shareef Abur-Rahim (Cal, NBA), D.A. Layne (Georgia), Antawn Dixon (Florida State) Jamareo Davidson (Alabama) and Sharaud Curry (Providence)
  • Was also recruited by Oregon, Rhode Island, Wake Forest and Auburn


  • Andrew Charles Lang III
  • Born April 1, 1989 in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Son of Andrew and Bronwyn Lang
  • Brother of Chad
  • Father Andrew Lang was a 12-year veteran in the NBA playing with the Suns, Bucks, Knicks, 76ers, Hawks and Timberwolves
  • Father and mother were both college basketball stars at the University of Arkansas
  • Undeclared major
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