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Jaelen House - Men's Basketball - University of New Mexico Lobos Athletics





170 lbs.



Previous School

Arizona State


Phoenix, Ariz.

• First Lobo in history, and just the third player in Mountain West history, to have consecutive seasons with at least 500 points and 125 assists
• Set the UNM single-season record with 86 steals in 2022-23, ranking second nationally at 2.69 spg
• Two-time All-Mountain West guard who was the only MW Player on the USBWA Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List in 2022-23

• 1st Team All-Mountain West (media), 2nd Team All-Mountain West (coaches) and MW All-Defensive Team
• 2nd Team NABC All-District and USBWA All-District
• Started 32 of 34 games (missed two due to injury)
• Averaged 16.9 points and 4.7 assists per game
• Set the UNM single-season record with 86 steals, ranking second nationally at 2.69 spg
• Became just the fourth player in Mountain West history with over 40 steals in conference play in a year
• Only MW Player on the USBWA Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List
• Mountain West Player of the Week (Jan. 16) after wins over Oral Roberts and San Diego State
• Had 28 points, seven rebounds, six assists and three steals vs. Wyoming in MW 1st Rd. (Mar. 8)
• Double-double with 17 points and 10 assists at Nevada (Jan. 23)
• Had 29 points, six rebounds and four steals at No. 23 San Diego State (Jan. 14)
• Had 26 points (10-14 FG, 5-6 3FG) and five assists vs. Colorado State (Dec. 28)
• Had 17 points, five rebounds and six steals at Saint Mary’s (Nov. 30)

• 3rd Team All-Mountain West (coaches and media)
• Started 31 of 32 games (missed one due to injury)
• Averaged 16.9 points and 4.5 assists per game
• Scored double figures in 23 games, including eight 20-point games
• Had four 30-point games, T-8th most in UNM history
• Recorded 68 steals, 7th on UNM’s single season list and most by a Lobo since 1987-88
• Shot 88.9% from the free throw line, 3rd-best in UNM history
• Set career highs of 42 points (15-22 FG) and eight rebounds at Air Force (Feb. 5)
• Had 34 points and six assists vs. No. 22 Wyoming (Feb. 15)
•  76 points (at AF, vs. Wyo.) were the most by a Mountain West player in consecutive conference games since 2011 (BYU’s Jimmer Fredette)
• First career double-double with 18 points and a career-high 13 assists vs. San Jose State (Jan. 28)
• Scored a career-high 31 points at New Mexico State (Nov. 30)
• Had 18 points, seven assists and a career-high eight steals vs. Grambling State (Nov. 15)
• Had 30 points in the season-opener vs. FAU (Nov. 10), the 2nd-most points by a Lobo in their UNM debut

• Appeared in 21 games off the bench
• Averaged 5.3 points and 1.5 assists per game
• Scored double figures in three games
• Had 13 points and four assists vs. Houston Baptist (Nov. 29)
• Scored 13 points at Colorado on 5-7 shooting (Mar. 4)
• Matched a career high with five assists vs. Washington State in the Pac-12 Tournament (Mar. 10)

• Appeared in 30 games off the bench
• Averaged 3.9 points and 1.2 assists per game
• Had four double-figure scoring games
• Scored a career high 20 points vs. Rider (Nov. 17)
• Matched his career high with 20 points on 5-7 3FG vs. Texas Southern (Dec. 28)
• Scored seven points in his collegiate debut vs. Colorado in Shanghai, China (Nov. 8)
• Had 14 points and a career-high five assists vs. Central Connecticut (No. 14)

• Played at Shadow Mountain High School, where he was coached by his uncle, former NBA point guard Mike Bibby
• Averaged 21.6 points and 5.3 assists as a senior
• Four-star recruit by 247Sports and the No. 12 point guard in the class of 2019
• Had 30 points and 14 steals in the 2018 Arizona High School Championship game to lead Shadow Mountain back from a 22-point second half deficit to win the title over Tucson Salpointe Catholic

• Birthday is May 2
• Son of Charlsie and Eddie House
• Has three siblings, Kalek, Kaden and Carter
• Father, Eddie, played at Arizona State from 1997-00 where he was the 2000 Pac-10 Player of the Year, is still the school’s all-time leading scorer and has his No. 5 retired, before playing 11 seasons in the NBA, winning a title with the 2008 Boston Celtics
• Uncle, Mike Bibby, played at Arizona where he helped the Wildcats win the 1997 NCAA Championship and was a consensus first-team All-American in 1998, before playing 14 seasons in the NBA
• Grandfather, Henry Bibby, helped UCLA win three NCAA titles from 1970-72 before playing nine seasons in the NBA and later coached in both the NBA and college, including 10 seasons as the head coach at USC (1996-04)