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Jamal Mashburn Jr. - Men's Basketball - University of New Mexico Lobos Athletics

Jamal Mashburn Jr.






195 lbs.



Previous School



Miami, Fla.

• Three-time All-Mountain West guard who has led New Mexico in scoring in 2021-22 and 2022-23
• Had a 48-game consecutive double-figure scoring streak from December 2021 to February, 2022, the second-longest streak in Mountain West history
• Became just the fifth Lobo (sixth time) to average over 20.0 ppg in Mountain West play (21.0 ppg to lead the conference in 2022-23)

• Ended his UNM career 10th in career scoring (1,629), ninth in career field goals (568), 14th in career free throws (356), 10th in career FT% (.815) and 19th in career 3-pointers (137)
• Fourth Lobo in history to score over 1,600 points in a three-year span (Ruben Douglas, Charles Smith, Luc Longley)

• 3rd Team All-Mountain West (media)
• All-Mountain West Tournament Team
• Started all 28 games in which he appeared
• Averaged 14.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game
• Scored in double figures in 23 games, including three 20-point games
• Season-high 29 points (including 22 in the first half) vs. UT Arlington (Nov. 16)
• Scored 27 points vs. Toledo in Ball Dawgs Classic (Nov. 21)
• Had 17 points, including game-tying and go-ahead threes in the final minute, at Nevada (Feb. 13)
• Had 21 points vs. San Diego State in MW Championship game (Mar. 16)
• Tri-Captain

• 1st Team All-Mountain West (coaches) and 2nd Team All-Mountain West (media)
• 1st Team NABC All-District and USBWA All-District
• Led the Mountain West in scoring at 19.1 ppg and 21.0 ppg in conference games
• Scored in double figures in 32 of 34 games, including 17 20-point games and two 30-point games
• Scored 651 points, ranking eighth most in a season in UNM history
• Mountain West Player of the week (Jan. 23) after 25 pts vs. Boise State (Jan. 20) and 20 vs. San Jose State (Jan. 17)
• Had a career-high 33 points at Nevada (Jan. 23)
• Had 32 points at Air Force (Feb. 10)
• Had 27 points (9-11 FG, 7-7 FT), four rebounds and three assists at San Jose State (Feb. 17)
• Had 22 points at No. 23 San Diego State (Jan. 14)
• Had 20 points, including go-ahead free throws in the final minute, at Wyoming (Dec. 31)
• Had 17 of his game-high 23 points in the second half of comeback win vs. USF (Dec. 12)
• Lobo Classic All-Tournament Team
• Preseason All-Mountain West
• Co-Captain

• 3rd Team All-Mountain West (coaches and media)
• Only Lobo to start all 32 games
• Averaged 18.2 ppg to lead UNM in scoring and his 582 points rank T-19th in program history for a season
• Scored double figures in 31 of 32 games, including 14 20-point games
• One of two Mountain West players to score in double figures in every conference game of the season
• Set career highs of 29 points and eight assists vs. Utah State (Jan. 8)
• Scored 27 points at Fresno State (Feb. 28)
• Had 23 points (9-12 FG) and a career-high six rebounds vs. San Jose State (Jan. 28)
• Had 24 points vs. Air Force (Feb. 26)
• Had 26 points vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 6)
• Had 26 points vs. Towson (Nov. 26)
• Scored 26 points vs. UAB (Nov. 25)
• Tri-Captain

• Appeared in all 29 games, starting the last eight
• Averaged 8.2 points and 1.6 assists per game
• Scored double figures in 12 games, including in 10 of the last 12 games of the season
• Scored a career-high 19 points at Indiana in his first career start (Feb.17)
• Had 18 points vs. Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament (Mar. 11)
• Had 10 points for first career double-figure game vs. Boston College in ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Dec. 8)
• Had a career-high four assists in a win over No. 7 Michigan (Jan. 16)
• Had five points in collegiate debut vs. Green Bay (Nov. 25)

• Played at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire
• Helped the school to a pair of prep National Championships
• First-Team All-NEPSAC as a senior
• Played at Gulliver Prep in Miami before transferring to Brewster
• Played AAU ball for Team Breakdown and PSA Cardinals
• Helped PSA Cardinals reach the Elite 8 of the Peach Jam, averaging 25.0 points per game in the tournament

• Birthday is Sept. 29
• Son of Michelle and Jamal Mashburn
• Has four siblings: Taylor, Jordan, Kwame and Heavenly
• Father, Jamal, Sr., played at Kentucky for Rick Pitino from 1991-93, where he was the 1993 SEC Player of the Year and a consensus first-team All-American, before playing 12 seasons in the NBA, earning third-team All-NBA honors in 2003 with the New Orleans Hornets