March 07, 2017
After the men’s basketball season came to a close and the women’s basketball season winds down, the Scribe spotlighted highlights from the graduating seniors’ basketball careers at UCCS.
Jen Vigil #13
Career shooting: .399 percent
Career 3-point: .387 percent
Career field goal: .787 percent
Career average points per game: 8.3
Career steals: 129
Senior communication major Jen Vigil has played as a guard since ‘14-‘15 season. This year, she was voted by conference coaches onto AllRMAC Second Team, and is on the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll for the second year in a row with a 3.43 GPA.
Vigil is a leader for the team, starting all games for UCCS this season. She is third on the team in scoring with 10.6 points per game, leads in assists at 3 per game, steals at 1.7 per game and three-point shots at 2.3.
Brittany Hernandez #35
Career shooting: .478 percent
Career 3-point: .366 percent
Career field goal: .785 percent
Career average points per game: 17.9
Career blocks: 144
Career average rebounds: 8.3
Forward Brittany Hernandez is on the All-RMAC First Team for the third straight season, making it every year she has played. Hernandez was the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week on Dec. 19 and Feb. 13 this season.
Hernandez holds the UCCS career-rebounding record with 725, is second with 1,553 points and sixth with 168 steals. She led the team in scoring at 15.9 points per game, second in three-pointers per game at 1.3 and is first in rebounds per game at 8 and blocks per game at 1.1
Tori Fisher #11
Career shooting: .498 percent
Career field goal: .745 percent
Career average points per game: 8.9
Career blocks: 49
Career average rebounds: 5.8
Forward Tori Fisher has grown into a leader on the women’s basketball team since 2012. Fisher earned national recognition as the United States Basketball Writers Association Division II Women’s National Player of the Week, and was named to the AllRMAC First Team this season.
Fisher set the UCCS singlegame rebounding record with 23 against Fort Lewis on Jan. 7. She is second on the team in scoring at 12.2 points per game, second in rebounds at 2.6 and first in free throws made per game at 2.4.
Tim Haas #3
Career shooting: .452 percent
Career field goal: .553 percent
Career average points per game: 3.5
Career average rebounds: 5.8
Senior guard Tim Haas has been part of the men’s basketball program for four years. He played in the 2014-2015 season when the men’s program upset Metro State University in the RMAC championship.
Haas’s best game this season was against South Dakota Mines when he scored a season high of 10 points on Feb. 7.
TreShawn Wilford #2
Career shooting: .435 percent
Career 3-point: .276 percent
Career field goal: .612 percent
Career average points per game: 8.5
Career steals: 137
Career rebounds: 493
TreShawn Wilford has played as a guard for the men’s basketball team since 2013. This year, he was honored with a spot on the All-RMAC Second Team. Wilford is second in the RMAC with 1.8 steal per game and third with 7.4 rebounds per game.
He leads the team in scoring and free throws made at 12.4 points per game and 3.7 shots made, rebounds at 7.6 and steals at 1.8 per game.