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Tyler Hubbard
Tyler  Hubbard


Washington, D.C.

High School:
Montrose Christian

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 178


2015-2016 (Senior): Finished his career ranked third in program history in 3-pointers made (189) and attempted (553)… Also was tied for sixth in career games played (119)… Averaged 9.5 points per game while playing in all 30 contests… Tallied three or more from behind the arc 12 times during the season… Hit four or more threes 16 times during his career… Made five threes, three during a 16-0 first-half run, and finished with 17 points against Lafayette (1/30)... Hit five threes, four in the second half and one in overtime, at Boston University (1/18)... Knocked down four threes and had 15 points at Lafayette (1/2)... Hit 10-of-10 free throws and finished with a team-high 18 points against American (12/30)... Matched his career-best with three assists at Fairfield (12/22)... Knocked down six threes and scored 20 at Siena (11/28)... Hit six first-half threes, and his seven in the game are tied for second-most in school single-game history, at Saint Bonaventure (11/21)... Made four 3-pointers in the first seven minutes of the game at UMBC (11/18)... Scored 18 of his team-high 21 points in the first half against Tennessee State (11/13) and made 4-of-5 threes in the season-opener.

2014-2015 (Junior): Played in all 30 games and started 25 for Loyola, finishing the season as the Greyhounds' No. 2 leading scorer... Averaged 10.8 points per game, good for 18th in the Patriot League... Scored 10 or more points 19 times and had four contests with 20 or better... Knocked down 64-of-173 3-pointers (.370) and was seventh in the League with 2.1 made per game... His 64 3-pointers made rank ninth in school single-season history... Tied for game-high honors with 17 points at Holy Cross (2/25)... Made 4-of-5 from 3-point range and scored a game-high 16 at Bucknell (2/18)... Led all scorers with 14 points and also tied his season-high with five rebounds in a win over Lafayette (2/11)... Scored 11 of his 17 points during a late second-half run at Lafayette (1/14)... Tied his career-high with five 3-pointers against the Leopards... Tallied all 16 of his points in the first half when he was 6-of-6 from the field and 4-of-4 from 3-point range at Lehigh (1/10)... Scored 16 points at Navy (12/31), however all came in the first half... Finished with 21 points, 13 in the second half or overtime, to lead all players against Fairfield (12/28)... Hit 4-of-5 3-pointers against Mount St. Mary's (12/6)... Recorded a career-high for the second game in a row with 23 points against Siena (11/29)... Made 17-of-18 free throws against the Saints... His 17 free throws made were the second-most by a Loyola player in school history... Scored a career-high 21 points, making five 3-pointers and all six of his free throws at Syracuse (11/25)... Hit 3-of-6 from 3-point range and later made 4-of-5 free throws down the stretch and scored a team-high 15 against Cornell (11/16)...Made three first-half 3-pointers and was 4-of-7 in the game to finish with 12 at Texas Tech (11/14).

2013-2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in 30 games, starting seven, for Loyola... Averaged 6.2 points per game... Made a team-high 44 3-pointers... Made two free throws with 4.4 seconds left to lead Loyola to a 67-65 win at Navy (3/1)... Had nine points in the game against the Mids... Dished out a career-high three assists against Holy Cross (2/26)... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds at Lehigh (2/8)... Knocked down 6-of-7 3-pointers and scored a career-high 20 points in the win over American (2/5)... The six threes are tied for sixth-most in school history and are the most by a Loyola player since Robert Olson and J'hared Hall each had six at Manhattan on January 7, 2011... Scored a season-high 13 points, making 4-of-6 from behind the 3-point arc at Holy Cross (1/29)... Saw a career-high 30 minutes of action in a starting role against the Crusaders... Made his first career collegiate start against Colgate (1/25)... Made 3-of-5 from behind the arc and scored 12 points against Lehigh (1/11)... Finished with 10 points in 15 minutes at Miami (12/30)... Scored 11 points and had four rebounds against Catholic (12/4)... Hit his second of two threes with less than two minutes left against Fairfield (11/16), pushing Loyola's lead to six... Knocked down threes on consecutive possessions at Cornell (11/10) in the first half, the initial giving the Greyhounds their first lead of the game.

2012-2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 29 games in the Greyhounds' backcourt during his first collegiate season... Averaged 2.8 points per game... Scored 11, making 3-of-7 3-point shots, in 28 minutes of action against Binghamton (11/9) in the season-opener... Dropped 17 points, making 6-of-7 shots and 4-of-5 3-pointers, against UMBC (11/14)... Had 11 points in the Greyhounds' next game, a win over Norfolk State (11/17) in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic at Mohegan Sun Arena... Earned Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week honors after that stretch... Scored six against both Towson (11/26) and at Coppin State (11/28)... Tallied seven points in his MAAC debut versus Niagara (12/5)... Came off the bench to score three points in 17 minutes at Manhattan (1/25), knocking down a key second-half 3-pointer against the Jaspers... Hit a three and two free throws to tally five points in the CIT First Round win over Boston University (3/19).

2011-2012 (Freshman): Did not play in a game and received a non-participatory redshirt season.

Before Loyola: Served as captain at Montrose Christian School, the alma mater of former Greyhound Shane Walker... Helped the Mustangs finish No. 2 in the Powerade Fab 50 National Basketball Rankings after they won the ESPNRise National High School Invitational... Led all players in the Washington D.C. Metro area in 3-pointers made with 80 during his senior season... Averaged 12.7 points... Started for the District All-Star team at the Capital Classic, scoring 11 points in just 17 minutes.





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