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Mekeli Wesley


Full Name:
Mekeli Tiu Wesley
Position:
Forward
College:
BYU
Height:
6-9
Weight:
240
High School:
Provo HS, Provo, Utah
Birthdate:
February 2, 1979
Birthplace:
Suva, Fiji

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press as a senior.
  Named Mountain West Conference Player of the Year and the MWC Tournament MVP.
  Joined Shawn Bradley as the only Cougar to earn conference tournament MVP honors and is the fifth Cougar to be named conference player of the year, joining former NBA star and head coach Danny Ainge, Tim Saarelainen and former NBA players Devin Durrant and Michael Smith.
  Finished his career ranked third all-time in free throw attempts (651), fourth in free throws made (509) and seventh in field goals (570), field goal attempts (651) and points (1,740).
  Holds BYU single-game free throw record (16).
  At Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaged 10.3 points and 6.7 rebounds in 24 minutes.


AT BYU
  As a senior, was BYU's leading scorer (17.2 ppg) and rebounder (5.2 rpg).
  Led BYU to a share of the conference title for the first time since 1992-93 and the first tournament title since 1991-92.
  Named to the MWC First Team.
  Led BYU in scoring 19 times and reached double figures in 28 of 33 games.
  Had a season-high 30 points against New Mexico, shooting 11-for-12 from the floor, leading the Cougars to the MWC Tournament title.
  Scored better than 20 points 13 times.
  Had 29 points and 11 rebounds at Wyoming.
  Was a two-time MWC Player of the Week.

  As a junior, finished second on the team in scoring (16.8 ppg) and first in rebounding (5.8 rpg).
  Was named to the MWC Second Team.
  Finished sixth in the MWC in scoring and had the highest single-game conference total with 34 points against Wyoming.
  Led the team in scoring 17 times and scored in double figures in 30 of 33 games.
  Scored 20 or more points 11 times.
  Scored 26 points in back-to-back wins over Denver and Arizona State.

  Suspended for first semester of his sophomore season before returning to the team.
  Tied for second in scoring (11.0 ppg) and was third in rebounding (4.9 rpg).
  Scored 17 points in an upset win over TCU in the conference tournament.
  Scored a season-high 24 points at New Mexico.

  As a freshman, started 29 of 30 games and was selected to the WAC Newcomer Team.
  Finished second on the team in scoring (13.5 ppg) and rebounding (5.0 rpg).
  Named MVP of the Cougar Classic.
  Had five games of 20 or more points and two games over 30 points.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 30 129 313 .412 130 168 .774 151 33 406 13.5
1998-99 19 70 168 .417 57 68 .838 93 24 209 11.0
1999-00 33 192 397 .484 143 193 .741 192 52 556 16.8
2000-01 33 179 349 .513 179 222 .806 181 45 569 17.2
TOTALS 115 570 1221 .465 509 651 .782 617 154 1740 15.1
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 18-for-61 (.295); 1998-99, 12-for-42 (.286); 1999-00, 29-for-78 (.372), 2000-01, 32-for-76 (.421). Totals: 91-for-257 (.354).


 
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