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Tre Mitchell

  • Player
  • Seasons: 2019-20, 2020-21
  • Number: 33
  • Position: C
  • Height: 6' 9“
  • Weight: 240
  • Hometown: Pittsburgh PA
  • High School: Elizabeth Forward (PA)
  • Prep School: Woodstock Academy
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthday: September 241)

At UMass

  • Signed NLI on 4/17/2019.2)3)4)

2020-21 Sophomore year

  • November: Named to the Pre-Season Atlantic 10 First Team.5)6) Named to the watch list for the Karl Malone Award.7)

2019-20 Freshman year

Roster photo 2019-20

  • Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year (UM’s first since Rashaun Freeman in 2004, sixth in program history).
  • Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team (UM’s first since Chris Lowe in 2006).
  • Atlantic 10 Second Team. UM’s last A-10 Team member: Luwane Pipkins (Second Team) in 2018. Mitchell is also the last UM freshman to make an A10 Team since Marcus Camby in 1994.
  • Six-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week winner, the first 6x for a Minuteman since Rashaun Freeman in 2004. Won the honor in each of the season’s last five weeks, the first Minuteman to set a streak of five, and first in the A-10 to do that since Rhode Island’s Lamar Odom in 1988-99. Awards for weeks ending 12/228), 2/99), 2/1610), 2/2311), 3/112), 3/813)
  • 206 field goals made set a new UM program record for a freshman, breaking Jim McCoy’s mark of 193 in 1988-89.14) The 206 was also 3rd highest for any freshman in NCAA D1.15)
  • 548 points scored in the season, which was seven points shy of the UMass rookie record (McCoy 555 in 1988-89). (Mitchell could have set a new high if not for the 3/12 VCU game getting cancelled.) His 548 points was 4th among NCAA D1 freshmen.
  • 17.7 points per game led the team, was fifth overall in the Atlantic 10, and was best in the A10 among freshmen.
  • In conference play, Mitchell led all scorers with a 20.4 average, ahead of Dayton’s Obi Toppin (20.2).
  • 222 rebounds were 17 shy of the UMass freshman mark (Horace Neysmith 239 in 1981-82).
  • Only freshman in the Atlantic-10 to record a 30+ point game this season.
  • Started all 31 games in the season.
  • Scored in double-figures in 29 games. Tallied 10+ rebounds 6 times. Double-doubles in 6 games.
  • See the season stats for other categories in which he led the team.
  • Nearly got a double-double (10 points, 9 rebounds) in his debut versus UMass-Lowell (11/5).
  • Hit his first career 3, and finished with 18 points, 7 rebounds, in the win at Fairfield (in Bridgeport) on 11/9.
  • Tallied his first 20 point game in the win versus Northeastern (11/12), shooting 8-15 overall with 3 threes.
  • Season-lows of 5 points in 17 minutes on 11/16 as the romp over Central CT (89-43) let him rest.
  • Scored 10 points but held to a season-low 2 rebounds as defending national champ Virginia held him in check (11/23).
  • First double-double came vs St John’s on 11/24, with 14 points and 12 rebounds.
  • Named to the All Tournament Team for the Air Force Reserve Tip Off Tournament (games versus CCSU, Rider, Virginia, and St. John's)16)
  • First 20+ point game came versus Yale on 12/11, with 10-14 shooting from the floor, and 4-4 from the line. Also dished 5 assists with 0 turnovers.
  • Back-to-back 20+ point efforts, with 23 against Maine (12/20).
  • Logged 41 of the 45 minutes at Saint Louis (1/5), tallying 20 & 9. Also made a season-high 9 free throws (on 11 shots).
  • Scored 28, on 11-19 FG shooting, versus St. Bonaventure (1/15).
  • Notched another double-double at George Mason (1/22) with 14 & 12.
  • Scored 25 and snared 8 to help the UM win over Duquesne (1/25).
  • 30 point game at Rhode Island (2/4), hitting a season-high 13 shots (out of 20).
  • Shot another high percentage versus George Mason (2/9), going 7-10 from the floor and finishing with 16 points.
  • Tallied 26 & 10, on 11-22 shooting, in the rematch versus Dayton (2/15).
  • Scored 24 in the win over Saint Louis (2/18).
  • Took over the Fordham game (2/22) with 15 points and 11 rebounds in the second half, which was the first double-double in a half since Terrell Vinson tallied 11 and 11 in the second half on 1/5/2012, also against Fordham. Finished the night with 15 & 19, for the most rebounds in a game for UM in four years (Antwan Space, 17, 2/14/2016).
  • Notched another double-double with 19 & 15 in the win over VCU (2/26).
  • Nearly got another double-double with 24 & 9 in the road win at La Salle (3/4)
  • Scored a season/career high 34 against Rhode Island (3/7). The 34 points were most for a UMass freshman since Jim McCoy’s 35 versus Saint Joseph’s on 3/4/1989, and third-most for a freshman in UMass history.
  • Finished the season with 4 double-doubles in the last 7 games, averaging 22.9 and 10.7.

Atlantic 10 statistical categories (All games, not just conference games)

  • 4th in Points (1st among freshmen)
  • 5th in Points Per Game
  • 3rd in Field Goals Made and Attempted (both overall and 2-pointers)
  • 6th in Field Goal Percentage (overall)
  • 10th in 2-point Field Goal Percentage
  • 7th (tie) in Free Throws Made
  • 7th in Defensive Rebounds
  • 8th in Total Rebounds
  • 10th in Rebounds Per Game
  • 9th in Blocks and Blocks per Game
  • 2nd in Usage Percentage17)
  • 4th in Points Produced18)

Statistics

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds
SeasonGPGSMinAvgFGFGA%FGFGA%FTFTA%OffDefTotAvgPFFOATOBlkStPtsAvg
2019-20313195630.8206428.48137112.33099136.728451772227.293358101323154817.7

Game logs from Sports Reference
Career highs from RealGM.com

Pre-UMass

High School / Prep School

  • Connecticut Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in 2019
  • Four-star recruit according to Rivals and ESPN
  • Ranked 72nd nationally by Rivals and 17th positionally for centers
  • Ranked 73rd by ESPN
  • Led Woodstock Academy to a 38-2 record in 2018-19
  • Averaged 16.6 points, 13.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.6 blocks per game in 2018-19
  • Helped guide the Centaurs to a 35-5 mark in 2017-18, averaging 13.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks per game as Woodstock Academy reached the semifinals of the National Prep Tournament
  • Scored over 1,000 points in two years for the Centaurs
  • Two-time Power 5 Conference AAA Player of the Year
  • Named the Hoophall Classic Most Valuable Player twice
  • Played prep hoops in 2017-18 with fellow UMass player Dibaji Walker, and in 2018-19 with TJ Weeks and Preston Santos.
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