Mark  Hopkins
11  Mark Hopkins
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Antonio, TX

High School:
Randolph

Last College:
Temple JC/Schreiner

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190

Position:
G

Experience:
1V

Age:
23


05/18/2015

Anye Turner takes four awards at WWU Banquet

Evan Scholten receives two honors

04/30/2015

WWU Alumni, Slam to meet in exhibition game

Sunday, May 17 at 3 p.m. - Carver Gym

03/07/2015

Vikings fall to Seattle Pacific, 81-68, in GNAC title game

WWU's 10-game winning streak snapped, season ends at 20-11

03/07/2015

WWU takes on SPU in GNAC final for third straight year

Vikings' win streak at 10 after upending No.1 WOU in semifinal

03/06/2015

WWU faces No.1 seed and regular-season champion WOU in GNAC semifinal

Vikings stretch streak to nine games with first-round win over UAA

COLLEGE: Competed in 25 games as senior in 2014-15 … Rich Baxter Hustle award winner … Averaged 1.7 points and 1.0 rebounds … Had season highs of nine points vs. Simon Fraser on 2/25/15, five rebounds vs. Multnomah OR on 11/25/14 and three assists vs. Quest BC on 12/2/14 … Saw action in nine games as junior in 2013-14 … Averaged 1.1 points … Two letters … Did not attend school in 2012-13 … Played in six games as sophomore at Temple (TX) Junior College in 2011-12 before suffering torn MCL … Started as freshman in 2009-10 at NCAA Division III Schreiner College located in Kerville, TX … Averaged 10.0 points and was team’s defensive MVP as Mountaineer.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 2A all-State and District 27 Most Valuable Player as senior at Randolph High School in Universal City, TX … Also all-area and all-region pick … MVP at three regular-season tournaments and named to two state all-star games … Helped Ro-hawks to 31-3 record, best in school history, district championship and title game of regional tournament … Set school records for points in season (686, 22.5 avg.) and career (2,160) … District MVP as junior, averaging 19.0 points, as well as all-area and all-region choice … MVP of two regular-season tourneys … District’s Newcomer of Year as sophomore, averaging 19.0 points … Started and lettered three years … Also earned two letters in football, track and cross country … All-district cornerback in football as senior and all-region in cross country as sophomore and junior.

PERSONAL: Major is communications … His brother, Moton, played football at University of Tulsa and currently for Montreal Alouettes in Canadian Football League … Has twin brother, Matthew.


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