|High School:||Shadle Park HS|
JUNIOR (2014-15) – Played in 30 games for the Cougars…averaged 16.5 minutes per game, 4.3 points, 1.2 rebounds, and 1.1 assists…made 35 of his 97 3-point attempts for a .361 clip…shot .377 from the field…collected a career high 4 rebounds at Santa Clara (Dec. 13)…at home against Oregon (Jan. 15), broke many of his career and conference highs with 16 points, 5 assists, 5 made field goals, 2 free-throws made, and 4 3-pointers made, as the Cougars pulled out a 108-99 overtime win…at home against Oregon State (Jan. 17) played a career high 34 minutes…had a span of seven games (Dec. 28 thru Jan. 21) where he averaged 9.4 points and shot .548 (17-for-31) from 3-point range.
SOPHOMORE (2013-14) – Played in 20 games for the Cougars, notching one start…averaged 4.2 minutes per game, 1.6 points, 0.4 rebounds, and 0.1 assists…got lone start in WSU’s season-opener against CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 8), converting his lone shot attempt, a 3-pointer…scored in each of WSU’s first three games, including a career-high 6 points against Lamar (Nov. 16)…scored in final three nonconference games…tied his career high and had a Pac-12 best 6 points against Oregon (Jan. 26)…also made a 3-pointer in each of the games at Oregon State (Feb. 20) and at Oregon (Feb. 23)…started Washington State’s home-opener against CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 8) and hit his only shot attempt of the game, a 3-pointer…tied his career-high of 6 points against Lamar (Nov. 16) and Oregon (Jan. 26)…the 6 points against Oregon were also a career-high in conference play…made 9 of his 23 three-point attempts …shot .391 from beyond the arc…shot .393 from the field.
FRESHMAN (2012-13) – Played 16 games for the Cougars…averaged 6.9 minutes, 1.3 points, 0.9 rebounds, and 0.3 assists…shot .333 from the field…started season with a career-high 3 rebounds at home against Eastern Washington (Nov. 10)…played a career-high 14 minutes and collected a career-high 4 assists at home against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 24)…scored a career-high 6 points against Idaho State in Kennewick (Dec. 29)…scored only Pac-12 points, a 3-pointer, at Arizona (Feb. 23).
HIGH SCHOOL – Earned four letters in basketball at Shadle Park High School under head coach Tim Gaebe…also lettered one year in both baseball and golf…as a freshman the Highlanders compiled a 20-7 overall record, becoming district champions while qualifying for State…averaged 12.0 points and 7.0 rebounds as a sophomore…named second team All-Greater Spokane League as team became district and regional champions…Highlanders placed sixth at State championship with a 22-6 overall record…served as team captain as a junior…played six games and team compiled a 4-2 record before breaking a bone in his left foot in December of 2010…missed the remainder of the season, but averaged 19.0 points and 10.0 rebounds a game in those six games…the team won just one more game the entire season…named team’s Most Inspirational…served as team captain once again as a senior…was a McDonald’s All-American Nominee and first team All-GSL.
PERSONAL – Born Brett Robert Boese, November of 1993 in Spokane, Wash…father Wayne is the vice president of sales for American Associated Pharmacies…mother Carolyn is the director of student accounts at Gonzaga University…has older sister, Ashley…uncles Jim and Dave Meredith played basketball at WSU in the 1970s…Jim was drafted by the Cavaliers in the 10th round of the 1971 NBA Draft…in free time enjoys golfing, listening to music and watching movies…majoring in social sciences at Washington State.
Minutes: 34 vs. Oregon State, 1/17/15
Points: 16 vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
Field Goals Made: 5 (twice) vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
Field Goal Attempts: 10 (twice) vs. Oregon State, 1/17/15
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 9 vs. Oregon State, 1/17/15
Free Throws Made: 2 vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
Free Throws Attempted: 4 vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
Rebounds: 4 at Santa Clara, 12/13/14
Assists: 5 vs. Oregon, 1/15/15
Blocks: 1 (twice) vs. UTSA, 12/16/14
Steals: 1 (seven times) vs. Colorado, 3/7/15
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