|High School:||Oak Hill Academy-Va.|
CAREER – Ranks on WSU’s all-time list for assists (T-13th – 263) and assists average (18th – 2.828).
JUNIOR (2015-16) – The only player to start all 31 games for the Cougars, averaged 30.7 minutes a game…led WSU and ranked 11th in the Pac-12 with 3.6 assists per game, ranking 225th nationally…second on the team and 24th in the Pac-12 with 12.7 points per game, while third on the team and 12th in the conference averaging .771 (84-109) from the free throw line… led the team in scoring 11 times throughout the season and had 21 double-figure scoring games...was second on the team with 27 total steals…scored a then-career-high 21 points in WSU’s second game of the season, a win over Idaho State (Nov. 20)… made a career-high 10 free throws on 12 attempts in that game…played a career-high 40 minutes in WSU’s overtime win over Texas State (Dec. 18)…recorded second career double-double against New Mexico (Dec. 25) at the Diamond Head Classic at Honolulu with 17 points, including a season-high 3 3-point field goals, and career-high 11 assists…in statistically the best season of his career, set career-highs in 11 different categories, highlighted by a career-high 28-point performance vs. Washington (Jan. 9)…two weeks later, made a career-high 12 field goals on a career-high 20 attempts vs. Colorado (Jan. 23)…attempted a career-high 6 3-point field goals in a 16-point performance against UCLA (Jan. 30)…hauled in 7 rebounds against Pac-12 opponent Stanford (Feb. 18), matching his career high previously set against two other opponents… blocked a career-high 2 shots against Oregon State (Feb. 28).
SOPHOMORE (2014-15) – Played in all 31 games for the Cougars, starting 30 of them…was third on the team in scoring 8.9 points per game led the team and ranked 10th in the Pac-12 and 222nd in the nation with 3.4 assists per game…ranked seventh in the Pac-12 and 162nd in the nation with a 1.8 assists/turnover ratio…had 14 doubl-figure scoring games and led WSU in scoring twice…scored a then-season-high 14 points against Missouri State at the Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage (Nov. 28)…tied that with 14 points against both UTSA (Dec. 6) and at Gonzaga (Dec. 10), respectively…had a career-high 4 3-pointers against UTSA…capped his span of five-straight games with 13 or more points with a then-season-high 18 points at Santa Clara (Dec. 13)…made a career-high 7 field goals in the game, going 7-for-9 from the field…scored double-figures in three-straight Pac-12 games, beginning with WSU’s second league game of the season at California (Jan. 4)…finished the streak by tying his career high with 20 points in WSU’s overtime win over Oregon, Jan. 15…dished out then-career-highs with 7 assists both at UCLA (March 1) and against Utah (March 5), respectively…had a career-high of 11 assists at home against Colorado in WSU’s overtime victory, notching his first career double-double at this game with 18 points (March 7)…led WSU with 17 points in the season finale against California at the Pac-12 Tournament…ranks on WSU’s sophomore single-season list for assists (sixth – 106) and assists average (ninth – 3.4).
FRESHMAN (2013-14) – Played in all 31 games for the Cougars, notching three starts…averaged 5.5 points, 1.5 assists, and 0.5 steals per game…led WSU in scoring twice…received his first collegiate start in the Cougars’ season-opener against CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 8)…had 8 points and shot .600 from the field…scored 13 points against Lamar (Nov. 16)…set his career high in scoring with 20 points at Gonzaga (Nov. 21)…made 6-of-11 shots from the field against the Bulldogs, including 2-of-3 from 3-point range…scored in double digits twice in Pac-12 play…tallied 10 points at Colorado (Feb. 5) and dished out 6 assists, his highest total in conference play…closed out the Cougars’ regular season schedule at home with a 14-point performance against UCLA (March 8)…was perfect from the field and made 2 3-pointers, matching his career high previously set against five other opponents.
HIGH SCHOOL – Attended Franklin High School in Elk Grove, Calif., before transferring to Oak Hill Academy in Mouth Hill, Va…became the first freshman to play on the varsity team at Franklin HS, helping lead the team to the league championship and the section championship…team also won the league championship his sophomore year, falling the semifinals in the section championships…he averaged 4.5 points, 3.8 assists and 3.1 rebounds as the Wildcats went 10-0 in the Delta Valley League…junior year he transferred to Oak Hill Academy where the team went 44-0 and was ranked No. 1 in the country, while being crowned national champions…eight student-athletes from that team went on to play Division I basketball on full scholarships…as a senior averaged 12.0 points, 4.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game as the Warriors finished with a 36-5 record and No. 18 national ranking…six student-athletes from that team went on to Division I teams.
PERSONAL – Born Ikenna Ugochukwu Iroegbu, March of 1995 in Sacramento, Calif…father Emineke and mother Beulah…brother Chuks Iroegbu was a walk-on on the WSU basketball team during the 2011-12 season and plays basketball at City College of San Francisco…has younger brother Uchenna…enjoys playing basketball, listening to music and being with his family…majoring in sociology at Washington State.
Minutes: 40 vs. Texas State, 12/18/15
Points: 28 vs. Washington, 1/9/16
Field Goals Made: 12 vs. Colorado, 1/23/16
Field Goal Attempts: 20 vs. Colorado, 1/23/16
3-Pt Field Goals Made: 4 vs. UTSA, 12/6/14
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: 6 (five times) at UCLA, 1/30/16
Free Throws Made: 10 vs. Idaho State, 11/20/15
Free Throws Attempted: 12 vs. Idaho State, 11/20/15
Rebounds: 7 (three times) vs. Stanford, 2/18/16
Assists: 11 (twice) vs. New Mexico (at Honolulu), 12/25/15
Blocks: 2 vs. Oregon State, 2/28/16
Steals: 3 at Arizona, 1/16/16
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