Played in 21 games as a junior, drawing two starts and averaging 12.4 minutes on the year … scored 89 points (4.2 per game) and pulled down 60 rebounds (2.9 per game) … also collected nine blocked shots, six assists and four steals … for the season shot 46.5 percent from the field and 23.5 from 3-point range … tied for high-point honors by scoring a career-best 16 points during the season-opening victory over Northwestern State (11/14) ... pulled down nine rebounds against Dayton (11/20) on the opening day of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off ... came off the bench to make 4-of-8 shots and contribute nine points against K-State (12/20) ... made back-to-back starts at Alabama (1/6) and against Kentucky (1/10) at Reed Arena … played season-high 32 minutes against the Wildcats matching career high with three blocks.
Played in 34 games with 22 starting assignments during his debut season at Texas A&M ... averaged 23.3 minutes per game while shooting 40.7 percent for the season ... finished the year with 216 points (6.4 points per game) and 159 rebounds (4.7 rebounds per game) ... also notched 28 assists, 17 blocked shots and 16 steals ... narrowly missed a double-double during his first game as an Aggie, scoring 11 points to go along with eight rebounds vs. Buffalo (11/8) ... scored eight points with six rebounds against Mississippi Valley State (11/11) ... scored 12 points on 3-of-5 shooting from the floor and a 6-of-8 free throw mark against Prairie View A&M (11/19) ... led Texas A&M during the win over Sam Houston State (11/25) with 12 points and nine rebounds ... paced the Aggies with eight rebounds against McNeese State (12/14) ... hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 4.4 seconds left during a one-point Aggie win at Tennessee (1/11) ... After not playing in the first half, Space made his only two field goal attempts vs. the Vols, both from beyond the 3-point arc ... returned to the starting line-up at South Carolina (1/29), contributing seven points and three rebounds ... pulled down a career-best 13 boards against Alabama (2/20) ... emerged as the hero for the second time vs. Tennessee, hitting a game-winning 3-pointer with 2.4 seconds left in a 68-65 overtime win on Feb. 22 ... also pulled down a team-high seven boards vs. the Vols ... scored 12 points on 5-of-12 shooting during the second-round match-up against Missouri at the SEC Tournament (3/13) ... collected his first career double-double against Wyoming (3/19), finishing with 11 points and 11 rebounds ... led the Aggies in scoring with a season-high 15 points at Illinois State (3/24) during the second round of the CBI to close the season with three straight double-digit scoring games.
Sat out the season after transferring from Florida State.
Transferred to Texas A&M during the spring of 2012 after playing one season of basketball at Florida State ... suffered an early season injury as a freshman at FSU that limited him to only 10 games during the 2011-12 campaign ... was a member of the Seminoles’ first-ever ACC Championship team ... in limited action scored seven points and pulled down seven rebounds during 30 total minutes ... made his collegiate debut at Florida on Dec. 22, 2011 ... prior to FSU was a consensus four-star recruit, who was rated as the No. 18 small forward nationally by ESPN.com ... a national top-100 recruit out of high school ... a 2011 graduate of DeSoto High School where he averaged 17.4 points, 11.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 blocks as a senior ... led the Eagles to a 36-4 record and a trip to the regional finals in 2010-11 ... named first-team all-state and District 11-5A MVP for his efforts ... helped lead DHS to the 2009 5A state championship ... played AAU ball with the DFW Elite ... chose A&M over Texas, Florida, Oklahoma State and Arkansas.
Antwan Space was born June 14, 1993, in Chicago, Ill. ... mentored by an aunt, Yvonne Bush, and an uncle, Corby Bush ... has one brother Anthony Space ... lists the Cleveland Cavaliers as his favorite NBA team ... majoring in sociology ... in addition to Florida State was also recruited by Florida, Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri and Gonzaga ... joins a long line of recent athletes from DeSoto who have come to A&M, including Von Miller (football), Cyrus Gray (football), Tony-Jerod Eddie (football), Michael Richardson (football), Garrick Williams (football), Keith Davis (men’s basketball) and Sydney Carter (women’s basketball).