USU Head Coach Stew Morrill And Staff Present Yearly Accolades
In all, approximately 51 percent of USU's student-athletes earned a 3.2 GPA to qualify for the awards.
Of its 45 academic all-WAC selections, Utah State had 18 student-athletes from women's indoor track honored and 15 from men's indoor track, along with five from both gymnastics and women's basketball, and two from men's basketball.
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Strong, physical post player... Considered one of best post defenders on team... Shows continued progress on offensive end... Gets to the free line a lot, so making his free throws will be very important... Is left-handed... Has played in 60 career games, second most of any active Aggie player behind Ben Clifford.
2012-13 SEASON (SO):
Saw action in 27 games, making one start, against Texas State (3/7)... Averaged 2.6 points, 2.7 rebounds and 0.4 blocks per game while playing 11.8 minutes of action per game... Made 47.6 percent field goal shooting (20-of-42), as well as 55.8 percent at the free throw line (29-of-52)... Had a career night against BYU (2/19), setting four new season highs, as well as set or tying four career-best marks, by recording new season-high nine points, tying his career-high, while also posting new career-bests with two assists and four blocks in a career-best 25 minutes... Logged six points and five rebounds with two assists in Illinois State game (2/23), adding three rebounds at Louisiana Tech (2/28), along with three points and five rebounds at UT Arlington (3/2), then notched six points, six rebounds, two blocks, one steal and one assist in lone start of season against Texas State (3/7), adding a career-high 6-of-10 outing at the charity stripe... Posted his season-high scoring output in back-to-back games against New Mexico State (2/16) and BYU (2/19), as nine points at BYU bettered previous season-high of six points set against NMSU, and also grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against NMSU and was one rebound shy of tying his career-best eight, while playing a previous season-high 20 minutes... Posted five or more points in seven games for the year... Snared three or more rebounds in 15 games on season, including eight in a row near end of season... Came up big in Idaho home game (1/5), blocking one shot and snaring three rebounds in critical times, and then was huge in win at Idaho (1/31), scoring four points, including first dunk of season, and played a huge role in defensive success in last three road wins... In addition to BYU game, also had multiple blocked shots against Texas State (3/7), one of six games with at least one rejection, including averaging one blocked shot per game in each of the last eight regular-season games... Tied career-high of three assists a total of three times on the season... Earned academic all-WAC accolades.
2011-12 SEASON (FR):
Played in 34 games, starting two, during his first season at Utah State... His two starts were in consecutive games at home against Utah Valley (12/6) and at Wichita State (12/10)... Finished the season averaging 2.1 points and 2.5 rebounds in 9.3 minutes per game... Shot 60.5 percent from the field (26-of-43) and 48.6 percent at the free throw line (18-of-37)... Posted career-high nine points against Louisiana Tech (3/8) in the quarterfinals of the WAC Tournament as he was 3-of-4 from the field and 3-for-4 at the free throw line... Had career-highs of eight rebounds against both Utah Valley (12/6) and UC Santa Barbara (2/18), and recorded five-plus rebounds five times during the year... Played a career-high 23 minutes at Pacific (12/3)... Led the team in rebounding twice during the year... Ranked third on the team with six dunks... Earned academic all-WAC honors.
Earned first-team all-state honors from the Salt Lake Tribune and second-team all-state honors from the Deseret News as a senior at Sky View (Utah) High School during the 2007-08 season as he averaged approximately 18.0 points, 11.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game, while shooting 58.0 percent from the field and 77.0 percent at the free throw line... During his senior year, he scored a career-high 40 points and had a career-high 23 rebounds in the same game against Highland (Idaho) High School... Also earned all-region honors as a prep senior and was his team's Most Valuable Player as both a junior and senior.
Full name is Jordan Daniel Stone... Born in Rexburg, Idaho... One of five children of Dan and Angela Stone... Enjoys spending time outdoors and road trips... Majoring in statistics/actuarial science... Served a two-year LDS Church Mission in New York City, N.Y., and returned in October, 2010.
Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG Pct. 3FG Pct. FT Pct. Pts. Avg. Reb. Avg. PF-D Ast. TO Blk. Stl. 2012 34-2 317-9.3 26-43 .605 0-0 .000 18-37 .486 70 2.1 86 2.5 36-0 4 11 4 3 2013 27-1 319-11.8 20-42 .476 0-0 .000 29-52 .558 69 2.6 74 2.7 25-0 10 14 10 3 Totals 61-3 636-10.4 46-85 .541 0-0 .000 47-89 .528 139 2.3 160 2.6 61-0 14 25 14 6