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Tre Mitchell

At UMass

  • A-10 First Team as a sophomore, A-10 Rookie of the Year and Second Team in 2019-20.
  • UM's leading scorer and rebounder in each of his two seasons.
  • Announced that he would enter the transfer portal on 3/15/2021.2)3) He subsequently committed to Texas.4)
  • Signed NLI on 4/17/2019.5)6)7)

2020-21 Sophomore year

Roster photo 2020-21

Atlantic 10 statistical categories, 2020-21 (All games, not just conference games)15)

  • 3rd in Points Per Game
  • 9th in Rebounds Per Game
  • 2nd in Field Goal Percentage
  • 5th in Effective Field Goal Percentage16)
  • 3rd in True Shooting Percentage17)
  • 1st in Player Efficiency Rating18)
  • 2nd in Box Plus/Minus19)
  • 7th in Offensive Rating20)
  • 13th in Defensive Rating21)
  • 3rd in Points Produced Per Game22)

(None of these ratings ranked among the top 10 nationally)

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 12/2223), 2/924), 2/1625), 2/2326), 3/127), 3/828)
  • 206 field goals made set a new UM program record for a freshman, breaking Jim McCoy’s mark of 193 in 1988-89.29) The 206 was also 3rd highest for any freshman in NCAA D1.30)
  • 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)31)
  • 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, 2019-20 (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 Percentage32)
  • 4th in Points Produced33)



Game logs from Sports Reference

Career highs

at UMass
Points37 - at La Salle (12/16/2020)
Field Goals13 - three times, last at La Salle (12/16/2020)
Field Goals Att.22 - vs Dayton (2/15/2020)
3-Point FG6 - vs Rhode Island (3/7/2020)
3-Point FG Att.9 - at Fordham (1/17/2021)
Free Throws10 - vs George Mason (12/30/2020, 2OT)
In reg time: 9 - at La Salle (12/16/2020)
Free Throw Att.14 - at La Salle (12/16/2020)
Rebounds19 - at Fordham (2/22/2020)
Assists5 - twice, last vs Saint Joseph's (1/29/2020)
Blocks3 - five times, last at Saint Louis (3/1/2021)
Steals3 - four times, last vs Saint Louis (3/5/2021)
Minutes42 - vs George Mason (12/30/2020, 2OT)
In reg time: 38 - at Rhode Island (2/4/2020)

Career highs from


  • June 2023: Entered the portal as a grad transfer.34) Had intended to stay at WV for one more season, but Bob Huggins' resignation changed his mind. Landed with John Calipari and Kentucky for the 2023-24 season.
  • 2022-23: Averaged 11.7 points and 5.5 boards in 30.0 minutes per game at West Virginia. Played in all of their 34 games, started 32.
  • 4/20/22: Entered the transfer portal again. College hoop reporter Jeff Goodman said Tony Bergeron may be trying to leverage himself another college assistant job as a package with Tre, something Bergeron did with UMass in 2019.35) Ultimately landed at West Virginia.36) Bergeron ultimately did not join the WVU staff.37)
  • Played the 2021-22 season for Texas, but only got 18.6 minutes per game. Played in 24 of UT's first 25 games, but the last came on Feb. 12, after which he did not return to the team.38)

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, Noah Fernandes, Ronnie DeGray, Preston Santos, and Matt Cross39)
  • Chose UMass out of his top six offers, including Georgia Tech, Indiana, Providence, Syracuse, and Virginia Tech40)
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