|Langston Morris-Walker Biography|
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Career Statistics Through 2014-15 Season
2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
2013-14 Game-by-Game Statistics
2012-13 Game-by-Game Statistics
JUNIOR (2014-15): Played in all 31 games and started 30 … Averaged 9.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.0 steals and 0.1 blocked shots in 30.5 minutes per game … Scored in double figures in 16 games and grabbed double-figure rebounds in three games … Posted first career double-double in the season opener against Rice with 11 points and 10 rebounds (11/14) … Posted second career double-double with careers highs of 22 points and 11 rebounds at Washington State (1/17) … Had career highs with eight field goals, 16 field goal attempts and three steals at UCLA (2/11) ... Also had three steals against Colorado (2/21) … Made a career-high four 3-pointers at USC (2/14) ... Played a career-high 39 minutes against Washington State (1/17) ... Also had career highs with nine free throw and 10 free throw attempts at Washington State ... Had a career-high eight assists against DePaul (12/18).
SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Played in 29 games and started 17 … Averaged 4.0 points, 2.1 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 0.2 steals in 18.0 minutes per game … Finished 10th in the Pac-12 in three-point field goal percentage at 39.5 percent (17-for-43) in conference games … Tied career highs with 11 points and nine field goal attempts, and set career highs with four field goals and seven three-point attempts at USC (2/27) ... Got first career blocked shot against Washington (2/22) ... Made a career-high four free throws at Oregon (2/16) ... Had career highs with two assists and nine field goal attempts and tied a career best with six rebounds against UCLA (2/2) ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds against USC (1/30) ... Played a career-high 31 minutes against Oregon (1/19) ... Tied a career high with two steals against California (1/11) ... Scored in double figures for the first time with 11 points at Utah (1/4) … Got first career start against Quinnipiac (12/29) ... Made a three-pointer against SIUE (11/26) to put the Beavers over the 100-point mark.
FRESHMAN (2012-13): Played in 26 games … Averaged 1.8 points, 0.8 rebounds, 0.2 assists and 0.2 steals in 9.7 minutes per game … Had career highs with nine points, three field goals, three three-pointers and four three-point attempts against Washington State (1/26) … Had career-high two steals at USC (1/19) … Grabbed three rebounds against Chicago State (12/16) and Texas-Pan American (12/31) … Played season-high 24 minutes against Arizona (1/12) … Scored first career points on a jumper against Purdue (11/16) … Also pulled down first career rebound against Purdue … Made first career three-pointer against Howard (12/19) … Had first career steal against Grambling State (12/8) .. Dished out first career assist against Montana State (11/25) … Played four minutes in college debut in season opener against Niagara (11/9).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Berkeley High School in Berkeley, Calif. in 2012 … Ranked the 29th best small forward and 139th best player in the nation by Rivals.com … Ranked the 126th best player in the country by Bob Gibbons, who annually publishes a ranking of the top 150 high school players in the United States … Named a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com … Lettered four years and started three of those for head coach Damion McNeil … Averaged 21.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, 6.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game as a senior … Named Alameda/Contra Costa Athletic League (ACCAL) Most Valuable Player in 2011 … Selected to ACCAL All-League First Team after junior and senior seasons and Second Team after sophomore season … Named MVP at inaugural Yay Area’s Finest All-Star Classic in 2012 and MVP at 2nd Annual and 3rd Annual Norcal Clash … Played AAU with the Oakland Soldiers.
PERSONAL: Born June 27, 1994 in Miami, Fla. … Mother is Dale Morris … Has four siblings: Miles Morris-Walker, Michael Durant, Taymar Turner and Julian Morris-Walker … Julian is twin brother and both were adopted at birth … Chose Oregon State because “the high character people, my teammates that I will play with, the small college town and Coach Robinson as a role model and mentor” … Biggest athletic thrill is “getting to semis in Nike Peach Jam and finishing as the No. 2 team in the country in AAU” … Started playing organized basketball in the seventh grade … Favorite athlete is Rudy Gay … Hobbies include photography, editing film and athletic training … Contemplated profession is a physical therapist/personal trainer … Majoring in Human Development and Family Science.CAREER HIGHS
Points: 22 at Washington State (1/17/15)
FG Made: 8 at UCLA (2/11/15)
FG Attempted: 16 at UCLA (2/11/15)
3-PT Made: 4 at USC (2/14/15)
3-PT Attempted: 7, four times, last vs. Colorado (2/21/15)
FT Made: 9 at Washington State (1/17/15)
FT Attempted: 10 at Washington State (1/17/15)
Rebounds: 11 at Washington State (1/17/15)
Assists: 8 vs. DePaul (12/18/14)
Blocked Shots: 1, three times, last vs. Washington (2/8/15)
Steals: 3, two times, last vs. Colorado (2/21/15)
Minutes: 39 at Washington State (1/17/15)