Olivier-Paul Betu
Olivier-Paul  Betu


Montreal, Canada

High School:
Worcester Academy (Mass.) '12

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 175


Organizational Studies


Aggies Return Home to Host CSUN, UC Irvine

UC Davis seeks season split against Matadors, faces Anteaters for the first time this season


Aggies Prep for Central Coast Challenge

Men's hoops hits the road for games at Cal Poly and UC Santa Barbara this week


Aggies End Three-Game Homestand Against Hawai'i

Matchup against the Rainbow Warriors is the lone game scheduled this week for UC Davis


Aggies Turn Tables in Second Half for 69-61 Win

UC Davis shoots 61 percent from the field after halftime to pick up first Big West win


Second-Half Surge Leads to an 80-74 Victory

All nine UC Davis players that saw action against Air Force scored; Aggie bench dominates Falcons reserves

WORCESTER ACADEMY: Earned three varsity letters for postsecondary program in Massachusetts... Averaged 15.1 ppg, 4.1 rpg in 2010-11 after scoring 18.0 ppg. in 2009-10 and 16.0 ppg. in 2008-09... Was regarded as one of the top players among New England Prep Schools by ESPN Recruiting Nation... The outlet ranked him 11th-best player in region's class of 2012... Grew up in Canada and was ranked fourth among guards and 18th among all players in Canada's class of 2012... Earned nomination to the 2011 Phase I All Canada Classic, a showcase for the country's top high school players.

PERSONAL: Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo... Majoring in organizational studies... Parents are Brice Betu Kumesu and Perpètue Ndomba... Raised in Canada and is fluent in French... Once scored 55 points in a game and also dunked over a 6-foot-10 player... Title of his autobiography would be "Good isn't Enough: The Story of Olivier Betu"... Father was a boxer and his mother played soccer... Would like to see basketball's three-second rule abolished... Favorite facility he's played in was Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium... Non-sports hero is Nelson Mandela... Would by his mother a house if he won a million dollars... Would compete in track and field if not playing basketball... Advice to youngsters is to stay confident and humble.