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Trent Buttrick

  • Player
  • Seasons: 2021-22
  • Number: 0
  • Position: F
  • Height: 6' 8“
  • Weight: 240
  • Hometown: Bloomsburg PA
  • High School: Bloomsburg HS
  • Prep School: Community School of Naples (CSN)
  • Transfer From: Penn State
  • Birthday: October 18, 1998

At UMass

  • Announced his intention to transfer in, and play a graduate year, on 4/7/2021.1)2) UM confirmed the signing on 4/15/21.3)
  • Coach Matt McCall comments on the signing: “We're very excited to welcome Trent to our program in 2021-22. Trent brings significant size and strength to our roster, along with the ability to stretch the floor and a tenacity under the bucket will greatly benefit our team. Having played four seasons in the Big Ten, he will be able to pull from his experience facing some of the top players in the country when going against the talented bigs in the Atlantic 10. Trent is a high character kid. We're confident that the way he conducts himself on and off the floor will rub off on his teammates. We're looking forward to having Trent join our program.”4)

Pre-UMass

Penn State

Senior 2020-21

  • Played in all 25 of PSU's games, started in two.
  • Averaged 3.0 points and 3.0 rebounds, shot .500 from 2-pt and .348 from 3-pt territory.
  • Snared 5 boards and stole 2 in the win over VCU (12/2).
  • Four points, 3 boards, 2 assists, and a steal in 14 minutes of work at VA Tech (12/8).
  • Set a new career high 7 rebounds at Michigan (12/13).
  • Tied the high 7 rebounds in the next game, versus Illinois (12/23). Also scored 6 points, dished 2, and tied his career high in blocks with 3.
  • Tallied 6 pts, 5 boards in 13 minutes at Purdue (1/17).
  • Notched 5 & 4 in 16 minutes in the win over Rutgers (1/21).
  • Tallied 4 & 4 in consecutive games, at Wisconsin (2/2) and vs Maryland (2/5).
  • Scored 8 points, snared 4 boards, and stole 3 at Iowa (2/21).
  • Good numbers on senior night (vs Minnesota 3/3): 13 pts, 3 three-pointers, 7 boards, all tying career high marks. Also logged 2 blocks and a steal.

Junior 2019-20

  • Saw action in 18 games and 10 Big Ten games behind starter Lamar Stevens.
  • Made key contributions in limited minutes.
  • Was perfect from the field in four games.
  • Went 2-2 from field in last three appearances with four total rebounds.
  • Maryland Eastern Shore (11/5): Played season-high 15 minutes. Had two points and three rebounds. Added an assist and block.
  • Wagner (11/9): Nailed 3-pointer and picked up a steal.
  • Bucknell (11/19): Grabbed an offensive rebound.
  • Wake Forest (12/4): Connected on a free throw and had an offensive rebound.
  • at No. 6 Ohio State (12/7): Scored two points and had one offensive rebound.
  • Alabama (12/14): Had an offensive rebound in third-straight game.
  • Central Connecticut State (12/20): Scored season-best eight points, all in second half. Connected for a triple and five free throws. Tied career-best totals with five rebounds and a steal.
  • No. 21 Ohio State (1/18): Dominated at the rim for critical block to sustain Nittany Lions’ momentum going into halftime. Had a defensive rebound.
  • Northwestern (2/15): Grabbed an offensive rebound.
  • at Indiana (2/23): Pulled down two rebounds and made a field goal.
  • at Northwestern (3/7): Had one basket for two points and an offensive rebound. Tied with Curtis Jones Jr. for team lead in blocks (1).

Sophomore 2018-19

  • Played in 26 contests and started two, UMBC (12/29) and at Michigan (1/3).
  • Posted Penn State individual season bests for both field goal (1.000, 5-5) and 3-point field goal percentage (1.000, 3-3) with a career-best 13 points at Alabama.
  • North Florida (11/9): Opened season with a game- and career-high three blocks in a career-best 20 minutes of playing time. Added four points and two rebounds.
  • Jacksonville State (11/12): Grabbed five rebounds to tie his career-best total. Hit a 3-pointer. Shared game-high honors in blocks category with Josh Reaves and Lamar Stevens (1).
  • At DePaul (11/15): Had key assist in second-half comeback to take game to overtime. Scored five points with a trey and two free throws.
  • vs. Wright State (11/20): Connected on 3-point basket for fourth-straight game. Had two rebounds and added an assist.
  • vs. Bradley (11/21): Registered a block and had one free throw.
  • Virginia Tech (11/27): Entered game and less than a minute later, knocked in a three-pointer for fourth tie of game.
  • at Maryland (12/1): Pulled down two defensive rebounds.
  • at Duquesne (12/19): Hit jumper to give Nittany Lions lead in second half. Had one block to tie three teammates for game-high total.
  • at Alabama (12/21): Led Penn State in scoring with career-best 13 points. Went 5-5 from the field, 3-3 from behind the arc, both Penn State individual season bests for field goal and 3-point field goal percentage. Had five points and three rebounds in seven minutes of play in first half. Tied career best with 20 minutes played.
  • UMBC (12/29): Made first career start and played 11 minutes. Shared team- and game-high in block total (1).
  • at Michigan (1/3): Made second start and played 10 minutes.
  • Wisconsin (1/6): Scored three points and added a rebound.
  • at Nebraska (1/10): Had a rebound in second half.
  • Michigan State (1/13): Collected then-Big Ten career-best two rebounds.
  • at Minnesota (1/19): Grabbed an offensive rebound and laid it up for two points in the first half. Added two free throws in second period for Big Ten-best four points. Snagged steal in first half.
  • Rutgers (1/26): Had a defensive rebound.
  • Nebraska (2/19): Battled for offensive rebound.
  • at Illinois (2/23): Spelled Mike Watkins in first half and had one rebound.
  • Maryland (2/27): Had three rebounds in three minutes of action.

Freshman 2017-18

  • Played in 10 games.
  • Fairleigh Dickinson (11/12): Pulled down a defensive rebound in one minute of action in collegiate debut.
  • Oral Roberts (11/24): Played four minutes. vs. Pittsburgh (11/20): Scored two points with three rebounds in three minutes of play.
  • George Washington (12/9): Was first off the bench and grabbed career-best five rebounds in then-career-best seven minutes of action.
  • Coppin State (12/30): Made first career three-point field goal.
  • Nebraska (1/12): Recorded block in two minutes of action.
  • Temple-NIT (3/14): Saw action in first-round NIT win.
  • Utah-NIT (3/29): Inserted into the lineup in second half of NIT championship game.

Statistics

SeasonSchoolGGSMPMPGFGFGAFG%2P2PA2P%3P3PA3P%FTFTAFT%PTSPPGORBDRBTRBRPGASTSTLBLKTOVPFFO
2017-18Penn State100363.6210.20015.20015.20002.00050.537101.0001770
2018-19Penn State2621937.41439.359611.545828.286810.800441.71120311.24474290
2019-20Penn State180693.8722.31848.500314.21468.750231.3118191.1123550
2020-21Penn State25233313.32666.3941020.5001646.348811.727763.02452763.01313922532
CareerPenn State7946318.049137.3582144.4772893.3012231.7101481.949871361.718192038942

Game logs from Sports-Reference.com

Career Highs

Through the end of the 2020-21 season

Points13 - twice, last vs Minnesota (3/3/2021)
Field Goals5 - at Alabama (12/21/2018)
Field Goals Att.7 - vs Minnesota (3/3/2021)
3-Point FG3 - twice, last vs Minnesota (3/3/2021)
3-Point FG Att.6 - vs Minnesota (3/3/2021)
Free Throws5 - vs Central CT State (12/20/2019)
Free Throw Att.6 - vs Central CT State (12/20/2019)
Rebounds7 - three times, last vs Minnesota (3/3/2021)
Assists2 - four times, last vs Nebraska (3/10/2021)
Blocks3 - twice, last vs Illinois (12/23/2020)
Steals3 - at Iowa (2/21/2021)
Minutes23 - vs Illinois (12/23/2020)

Additional source: RealGM.com

High School

  • Played baseball and basketball at Community School of Naples (CSN) as a junior and senior
  • Averaged 18.1 points and 10.8 rebounds for Seahawks as a senior
  • Posted 17 double-doubles and set both the career (314) and single-game (23) record for rebounds
  • Registered six blocks in a game and averaged 1.5 blocks in his senior season
  • Named the Naples Daily News Sports Award winner for basketball and selected to the all-area first team as a senior
  • Finished his two-year career at CSN with 873 points, a total that ranks in the top five in school history
  • Played two years of varsity basketball and football at Bloomsburg (Pa.) High School before transferring to CSN

Personal

  • Full name is Trent Elliot Buttrick
  • Parents are George Buttrick and Diane Johnson
  • Has seven siblings and is the youngest of five brothers, Jared, Justin, Christian (a Penn State graduate), Quinn and Lincoln, and one sister, Laine
  • Studied recreation, park, and tourism management at Penn State
  • Born October 18, 1998, in Washington D.C.
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