TAMU Men's Basketball BIO
0 Andrew Young
During his first season in Aggieland, played in 32 games as a reserve … contributed 2.8 points and 2.9 rebounds per contest while averaging 13.1 minutes … shot .356 from the floor and .711 from the free throw line … also collected 12 blocks, eight assists and six steals on the year … scored a season-high nine points against Stephen F. Austin (12/5), before collecting a personal-best 10 rebounds during his next outing, which came against Oklahoma (12/15) at Chesapeake Energy Arena during the All-College Classic … played a season-high 23 minutes during the four-overtime contest against Tennessee (2/23) … chipped in seven points and four rebounds vs. Missouri during the SEC Tournament.
Played two seasons at Monterey Peninsula College for coach Blake Spiering ... averaged 21.8 points and 14.2 rebounds during the 2011-12 campaign, leading the state of California in both categories despite being double- and triple-teamed every game ... shot nearly 66 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free throw line ... named an all-conference and first-team all-state by the California Community College Athletic Association ... named to the dean’s list ... graduated from Monterey High School, where he also competed in water polo and on the swim team ... all-state selection in water polo ... before MHS, attended North Eugene High School, helping the Highlanders capture the 2010 state championship.
Andrew Young is the son of Frank and Cynthia Young ... born March 23, 1991, in San Diego, Calif. ... has three sisters, Meghan, Colleen and Shila, and a brother, Matthew ... majoring in sociology ... in his spare time, enjoys drawing ... chose Texas A&M over Oregon, N.C. State and Vanderbilt, among others.