CAREER: Ended his career as WWU's all-time leading scorer with 1,867 points, breaking the old mark of 1,844 points by Grant Dykstra ... a two-time First Team All-GNAC selection (junior and senior seasons) ... ranked 2nd in WWU history with 277 made 3-pointers ... 7th in GNAC history in total points, 6th with 670 field goals made (WWU record) and 3rd with 277 3-pointers ... played in 121 career games (tied for 7th in GNAC history, making 109 starts ... four-time GNAC Player of the Week, tied for 3rd-most selections by a WWU player ... scored in double-digits in 91 of 121 games (75.2%) and totaled 40 games with 20 or more points ... also had 7 contests with 30+ points, with a career-high 39 points Jan. 7, 2016 at Alaska Fairbanks.
|WWU Career Scoring Leaders||Points||Avg|
|1. Jeffrey Parker (2013-17)||1,867||15.4|
|2. Grant Dykstra (2002-06)||1,844||16.3|
|3. Ryan Diggs (2002-06)||1,783||16.4|
|4. Jared Stevenson (1996-2000)||1,728||16.2|
|5. Mike Palm (1999-2003)||1,649||14.9|
|6. Manny Kimmie (1986-90)||1,624||12.9|
|7. Harold Doyal (1991-95)||1,571||13.4|
|8. John Allen (2010-13)||1,480||15.4|
|9. Ira Graham (2004-05, 2006-09)||1,465||16.1|
|Jeff Dick (1990-94)||1,465||12.9|
|WWU Career 3-Pointers Made||3FG|
|1. Jared Stevenson (1996-2000)||279|
|2. Jeffrey Parker (2013-17)||277|
|3. Grant Dykstra (2002-06)||266|
|4. Jeff Dick (1990-94)||234|
|5. John Allen (2010-13)||198|
WWU Career Rankings:
- Points: 1,867 (1st) – broke record held by Grant Dykstra (1,844)
- Scoring Average: 15.4 (7th)
- Field Goals: 670 (1st) – old record was 646 by Grant Dykstra
- Field Goals Attempted: 1410 (1st) – old record was 1,340 by Grant Dykstra
- 3-Point Field Goals: 277 (2nd) – record is 279 by Jared Stevenson
- 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 675 (2nd) – record is 678 by Jared Stevenson
- 3-Point FG Percentage: 41.0% (10th)
GNAC Career Rankings (at end of career):
- Points: 1,867 (7th)
- Field Goals: 670 (6th)
- 3-Point FG: 277 (3rd)
- Games Played: 120 (T7th)
- Games Started: 109 (T10th)
- GNAC Games Played: 76 (T1st)
- GNAC Games Started: 72 (T2nd)
- Averaged 15.9 points per game to rank 11th in the GNAC.
- Named First Team All-GNAC for the second season in a row.
- Started all 31 games helping lead WWU to the GNAC regular-season and conference tournament championships, and No. 3 seed in the NCAA II West Regional.
- Finished his career ranked 17th among active Division II players in total points (at end of 2016-17 season).
- Scored in double-digits in 25 of 31 games, with 10 games with 20+ points.
- Season high 32 points at Cal State East Bay (11/12) and vs. Northwest Nazarene (1/19).
- Recorded pair of double-doubles: 24 points, 10 rebounds (11/27 vs. Quest) and 13 points, 11 rebounds (2/18 at NNU).
- Became WWU's all-time leading scorer in GNAC semifinal vs. Saint Martin's (3/3).
- Averaged 17.9 points (5th in the GNAC) and 4.8 rebounds (ranked 26th in GNAC).
- Ranked 16th in WWU history for single-season scoring average (17.9 points).
- Started all 31 games, averaging 31.5 minutes per game (total of 975).
- Shot .465 from the field (19th in GNAC), .384 from 3-point range (16th in GNAC) and .785 for free throws (13th in GNAC).
- Led the GNAC with 78 3-pointers made (2.5 per game).
- Named First Team All-GNAC.
- Named GNAC Player of the Week (Jan. 4-10).
- Scored career-high 39 points Jan. 7 vs. Alaska, the 8th-most points in single-game WWU history.
- Recorded three 30+ point performances (39 - 1/7 vs. Alaska, 32 - 2/27 at Saint Martin's, 31 - 3/3 vs. Alaska Anchorage).
- Second-team GNAC all-star as sophomore after being GNAC Preseason all-star.
- MVP of WWU Chuck Randall Classic and twice named GNAC Player of the Week.
- Chuck Randall Coaches award winner.
- Only Viking to start all 31 games, averaging team-leading 15.6 points per game.
- Shot 43.4 percent (79-of-182) from 3-point range and 50.7 percent (178-of-351) from floor.
- Ranked third in GNAC in 3-point makes per game at 2.5 and sixth in scoring.
- Scored double-figure points in team-high 25 games.
- Had career highs of 31 points vs. Simon Fraser on Feb. 26 and 15 rebounds vs. Multnomah OR on Nov. 25.
- Also had 30 points vs. Thompson Rivers BC on 12/15/14, hitting 7-of-13 3-pointers.
- Made at least one 3-pointer in 26 of 31 contests.
2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman):
- Played in all 28 games, making 16 starts, as redshirt freshman in 2013-14.
- Averaged 11.9 points, shooting 48.2 percent (122-of-252) from the field and 43.2 percent (57-of-132) from 3-point range.
- Scored double-figure points 16 times.
- Posted season highs of 25 points vs. Northwest Nazarene on 2/20/14 and 10 rebounds at Montana State Billings on 2/13/14.
- Made 3-pointer in 24 games.
- Hit five 3-pointers in three contests, one time in just six shots from beyond the arc against Alaska Fairbanks on 3/6/14.
- Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Received all-Bay Area and Bay Shore Athletic League honorable mention as senior at Salesian High School ... Helped Pride to 34-2 record, Bay Shore Athletic League, North Coast Section, Northern Region and California Interscholastic Federation Division IV state championships ... Averaged 11.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots ... Had 22 points and 10 rebounds vs. nationally ranked Trinity High School KY ... Granite Bay HS Grizzly All-tournament ... As junior, played on 26-12 team that won league, sectional and regional titles and reached state title contest ... Started and lettered two years ... Attended Division I McClymonds High School as freshman and sophomore ... Started as sophomore and earned two letters ... As freshman, member of Warriors team that took Oakland Athletic League and Northern Region crowns and reached state championship game.
PERSONAL: Major is behavioral psychology.
Points: 39, at Alaska -- 01/07/16 Rebounds: 15, Multnomah -- 11/25/14 Assists: 4, Quest -- 11/27/16 Steals: 3, at Seattle Pacific -- 02/25/16 Blocks: 2, 5 times FG made: 15, at Alaska -- 01/07/16 FG attempts: 28, at Alaska -- 01/07/16 3FG made: 8, at Alaska -- 01/07/16 3FG attempts: 17, at Alaska -- 01/07/16 FT made: 9, at MSU Billings -- 01/26/17 FT attempts: 10, at MSU Billings -- 01/26/17
Pair of Thanksgiving Tournaments Hosted in Bellingham
WWU will host the Chuck Randall Classic and Lynda Goodrich Classic in Carver Gym
Strong Second Half Lifts Vikings to Comfortable Victory
Daulton Hommes scores game-high 26 points in 108-81 win over Douglas College
Vikings Host Douglas College in Men's Basketball
1-1 Vikings have four players averaging double-figures in scoring after first week of 2017-18 season
No. 22 Vikings Fall to Hawaii-Hilo, 80-76
Vikings suffer first loss of the season despite 22 points from Daulton Hommes and double-double from Deandre Dickson
No. 22 Vikings Open Season with 87-45 Victory Over Notre Dame de Namur
Logan Schilder leads five Vikings in double figures with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 5 blocked shots
No. 22 Men's Hoops Opens 2017-18 Season This Weekend
Vikings host Hawai'i-Hilo, Notre Dame de Namur and Simon Fraser for the PacWest/GNAC Challenge at Carver Gym
Vikings Handle Quest in Exhibition Finale, 118-54
Daulton Hommes scores game-high 23 points on 8-for-11 shooting, Deandre Dickson adds 18 points and 9 rebounds
Vikings Selected to Repeat as GNAC Champions
WWU earned 7 of 11 first-place votes coming off GNAC regular-season and conference championships titles
Trio of Vikings Named to All-GNAC Preseason Team
Deandre Dickson, Daulton Hommes and Trey Drechsel named Preseason All-GNAC
White Tops Blue 95-75 in Annual Scrimmage
Deandre Dickson scores game-high 31 points, WWU returns to Carver Gym on WECU Court
Viking Jam Set for Wednesday at 7 pm
The WWU basketball teams will be showcased at WECU Court in Carver Gym
Blue-White Game Saturday Opens Men's Hoops Preseason
The annual Blue-White scrimmage is set for Saturday at 5 pm on WECU Court at Carver Gym
Vikings Men's Hoops Selected for National ESPN3 Game
WWU’s Feb. 1 game at Central Washington will stream live on ESPN3
Men's Basketball Announces 2017-18 Schedule
WWU will play 28 regular-season games in return to Carver Gym
Men's Hoops Helps Move in New Students to WWU Dorms
Vikings role up sleeves for campus and community service