2021-2022 Season Stats
Courtesy of Marquette Athletics
BIG EAST Player of the Week (Jan. 24)
Naismith Men's Player of the Week (Jan. 24)
Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team
BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Nov. 22, Jan. 31)
ALL-BIG EAST First Team
BIG EAST Most Improved Player
USBWA All-District V Team
NABC All-District 5 Team
Most Valuable Player
BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Dec. 7)
2021-22 Season Notes (RFr.): Owns team-best five double-doubles … Opened season with double-double (17 points, 11 rebounds) vs. SIUE (Nov. 9) … Posted back-to-back double-doubles for first time in career with identical performance against New Hampshire (Nov. 12) … Scored 21 points on 5-of-8 shooting from deep versus Ole Miss (Nov. 18) in the Charleston Classic … Named to All-Tournament Team after leading team to championship game and to BIG EAST Honor Roll (Nov. 22) … Finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds in win over Providence (Jan. 4) … Scored game-winning 3-pointer with 11.9 seconds left in 57-54 victory at Villanova (Jan. 19) … Named BIG EAST Player of the Week (Jan. 24) for first time in career … Also named Naismith Men’s Player of the Week (Jan. 24) … Netted personal-best 33 points on 11-of-19 shooting in win at Seton Hall (Jan. 26) … Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll (Jan. 31) … Scored 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds in win over St. John's (Mar. 5) … Named to ALL-BIG EAST First Team (Mar. 6) … Named BIG EAST Most Improved Player (Mar. 7) … Led the league in scoring (18.2 ppg.) in conference games.
2020-21 Season Notes (Fr.): Scored 10 points in collegiate debut vs. UAPB (Nov. 25) … Followed that effort up with 10 points and eight rebounds against Eastern Illinois (Nov. 27) … Grabbed 13 rebounds vs. Ok. State (12/1) … Finished with 18 points against No. 4 Wisconsin (Dec. 4), including game-winning tip-in at the buzzer on missed free throw … Named BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Dec. 7) … Chipped in 11 points and nine rebounds in win at nationally ranked Creighton (Dec. 14) … Scored 8-of-10 points in second half at Georgetown (Jan. 2) and added seven rebounds … Chipped in 11 points, six rebounds and three blocked shots in 22 minutes against Providence (Jan. 12) … Shot 4-of-6 from the floor and finished with 13 points and seven rebounds at St. John’s (Jan. 16) … Chipped in 12 points and eight rebounds in 35 minutes of action at Providence (Jan. 27) … returned to the court at UConn (Feb. 27) after missing majority of previous seven games with ankle injury … Scored 14 points off the bench against the Huskies … made first start of season at DePaul (March 2).
Prior to Marquette: Consensus nationally ranked prep prospect, rated by ESPN.com, 247Sports.com and Rivals.com … A three-year letterwinner at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute … Helped the program to two-straight state titles (three overall) under head coach Sam Brand in 2018 and 2019 … Engineers became the first public school program in state history to claim three consecutive Class 3A championships … Concluded three-year career with 1,374 points, third most in program history … As a senior, was a Maryland Basketball Coaches Association First Team All-State honoree … Also an all-metro honoree and named co-player of the year … Team finished 24-2 … Averaged 19.3 points, 13.4 rebounds and 4.4 blocked shots per game in 2019-20 … Concluded the season with 18 double-doubles … First team all-city pick as a junior … Averaged 17.3 points and 9.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 3.2 blocks per game and finished with 16 double-doubles … Earned all-metro first team accolades for the second-straight season and was named All-USA Maryland Basketball Second Team by USA Today … In 2017-18, claimed second team all-metro honors and was also tabbed second team all-state … Engineers also earned a city championship en route to the state title … Attended Calvert Hall High School as a freshman in 2016-17 and has competed on the summer league circuit with Team Melo … Participated in the 2019 Men’s Junior National Team minicamp in October.
Personal: Born April 12, 2002 in Baltimore, Maryland … Son of Chantia Richardson and Keith Lewis … One of six siblings (Kennedy Carpenter, Ryan Lewis, James Taylor, Shynard Lewis, Keshawn Lewis) … Majoring in communications.