Aggies Ink Combo Guard To Signing Class
USU vs Santa Clara 11/19/2014
USU vs UAFS Men's Basketball 11/07/2014
USU vs Texas 10/31/2014
USU vs Fresno State February 22, 2014
Utah State University vs University of New Mexico, January 28, 2014
Changing jersey number from 10 to 1... A solid offensive player who continues to improve on defensive end... Good shooter and ball-handler.
Saw action in 14 games... Averaging 1.4 points, 0.3 rebounds and 0.2 assists while playing 5.4 minutes per game... Shot 36.8 percent (7-of-19) from the field, including 35.7 percent (5-of-14) behind the three-point arc, as well as making only free throw attempt... Made Aggie debut in Southern Utah game (11/12/13), snaring one rebound in seven minutes of playing time... Netted pair of three-pointers at San Diego State (2/18/14) for new career-high of six points, doubling his previous career high... The SDSU game was also his first multi three-pointer game, as he hit at least one trey in four games on the season... Tallied previous season-high of three points in three different games, netting a three-pointer in both the San Diego Christian (12/28/13) and New Mexico (1/28/14) games, before hitting his first two-point basket and his first free throw as an Aggie at Wyoming (2/1/14)... Played in season-high 10 minutes in UNLV game (1/22/14) in his hometown of Las Vegas, swiping first steal as an Aggie... Matched season-high with 10 minutes in Fresno State game (2/22/14)... Netted first points as an Aggie with a three-pointer in the San Diego Christian (12/28/13), adding another three-pointer against New Mexico (1/28/14)... Tallied first assist of Aggie career in Mississippi State game (11/23/13), adding another helper against Utah Valley (12/14/13)./p>
Was a two-year starter at Sierra Vista Mountain High School in Las Vegas, Nev., and was a two-time first-team all-Nevada State Class 4A honoree, as well as earning first-team all-region honors, being named co-MVP of region... Also earned all-Sunset-Southwest League honors and was two-time team MVP for Sierra Vista... As a senior, he averaged 17.7 points, 5.3 assists and 5.9 rebounds per game, helping the Mountain Lions to the state semifinal appearance... Netted 20-plus points in 13 games his senior season, including two over 30, highlighted by season-high 35 points... Also recorded 17 games with five or more assists, including two with double-figure helpers, paced by season-high 11... Posted two games with double-digit rebounds, highlighted by season-high 11 boards... In junior season, tallied 27 points, seven assists and eight rebounds per game.
Full name is Viko Kekoa Noma'aea... Born in San Francisco, Calif... Oldest of six children of Vico and Robin Noma'aea, with four brothers and one sister... Major is undeclared-business... Name is pronounced Vee-ko No-muh-eye-uh.