Mark Hopkins
11  Mark Hopkins

San Antonio, TX

High School:

Last College:
Temple JC/Schreiner

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 180





No.2 seed WWU meets No.1 SPU for GNAC title on Saturday

Semifinal win over UAF should secure trip to regionals for Vikings


WWU faces Alaska Fairbanks in GNAC semifinal on Thursday at 5:15 p.m.

Vikings may need win or tourney title to reach West Regional


WWU on road, needs one win to clinch first-round bye at GNAC tourney

Post-season bound Vikings travel to Saint Martin's and Western Oregon


Vikings make final home appearance, host Central on Saturday

Five WWU seniors bid farewell to Carver Gym on ROOT Sports TV


Vikings make final two home appearances, host NNU and Central

Five seniors bid farewell to Carver Gym on ROOT Sports TV Saturday

COLLEGE: Saw action in nine games as junior in 2013-14 ... Averaged 1.1 points ... Outstanding defensive player ... One letter ... Did not attend school in 2012-13 ... Played in six games as sophomore at Temple (TX) Junior College in 2011-12 after 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.