Arell Hennings
Arell  Hennings


Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Franklin HS '13

Last College:
Cochise College

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 150


American Studies


Championship season concludes at Utah in NIT

UC Davis led for most of Wednesday night's Round One game until Utah hit free throws and pulled away late


Aggies advance to Friday's 6:30 p.m. semifinal

UC Davis defeats UC Riverside for the third time this season, is one step closer to a successful Big West Tournament title defense


Aggies win Big West championship in double overtime

UC Davis' never-say-die attitude turns five-point deficit with 46 seconds left in overtime into the team's third championship in the last four seasons


Home win vs. UH sets up winner-take-all situation

UC Davis posts third 20-win season in the last four years with home win vs. Hawai'i, sets up a familiar opportunity in Saturday's 7:30 p.m. game at UC Irvine


TJ Shorts II hits another game-winner!

Junior guard's layup, with less than a second remaining, keeps UC Davis' title hopes alive entering final week of the season


UC Davis vs. Long Beach State (USATSI)

UC Davis vs. Long Beach State (USATSI) 02-03-2018


UC Davis Men's Basketball at Washington

Images from the UC Davis game at Washington

Arell Hennings - Pronunciation

2016-17: Scored three points and recorded two assists vs. Kansas (3/17) in the NCAA Tournament's Midwest Regional First Round... Posted a season-high three assists in the Aggies’ Big West Tournament championship game vs. UC Irvine (3/11)... Made a season/career-high four free throws, in as many attempts, vs. UC Riverside (2/11)... Matched a career/season high by hitting two free throws at Hawai’i (1/21)... Through his season/career-high 19 minutes, Hennings set an addition three new marks by scoring nine points, on four field goals and finished with three rebounds in the Aggies’ season opener vs. UC Santa Barbara (1/4)... Matched a career high by scoring seven points, the most against a Division I opponent, and set a new career high by canning two shots from three vs. Utah Valley (12/31)... Competed in front of a hometown crowd, for the first time as an Aggie, when UC Davis traveled to Seattle U (12/28)... Dished a season-high three assists and grabbed a season-high two rebounds against the Redhawks... Set or tied five season highs vs. William Jessup (12/17) in rebounds (2), assists (2), field goals (3), three-pointers (1) and steals (2)... Scored his first points as an Aggie, a three, in his team’s home opener vs. Holy Names (11/17)... One of UC Davis basketball’s four new players.

COCHISE COLLEGE: Led his team to a National Junior College Athletic Association Region 1 championship... That same season (2014-15), Hennings averaged 12 points and seven rebounds per game... Cochise College also won an Arizona Community College Athletic Conference title that year... Averaged 17 points and six assists per game the following season... The Apaches finished the 2015-16 season with a 27-6 record and won another NJCAA title... Earned All-America status from the NJCAA... Named Region 1 Most Valuable Player... Collected ACCAC and all-region first team honors... Throughout his two seasons, Hennings scored 979 points, recorded 437 assists and helped Cochise College win 49 of 67 games. By draining a collective 138 baskets from three, 42 percent of his points were scored from behind the arc.

FRANKLIN HS '13: Graduated in 2013.

PERSONAL: Oldest of Angel and Daryll Hennings' two children... Nalica is his younger sibling; she currently attends Western Washington University... Also attended South Kent Prep (Kent, Conn.) before enrolling at Cochise College... Most people do not know that he has been in two plays... Committing to UC Davis is his proudest personal accomplishment... KeyArena (Seattle) is his favorite facility that he has played in... Winning back-to-back regional championships is his career sports highlight... Would choose soccer if he could play another sport at UC Davis... Non-sports hero is his father... Studying music and visiting lakes are his favorite hobbies, other than playing basketball... The family environment and California weather are the reasons he chose UC Davis.

Year G-GS FG-FGA/Pct. 3FG-FGA/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct. Rebs. A Blk. Stl. Pts. Avg.
2016-17 27-0 16-48/.333 5-19/.263 14-19/.737 17 27 0 8 51 1.9
Totals 27-0 16-48/.333 5-19/.263 14-19/.737 17 27 0 8 51 1.9