2012-13:Scored 10 or more points in 12 games, and 20 or more points in one game... Posted two new season highs of 13 points and six rebounds at Nevada (11/28)... Grabbed seven rebounds, made five field goals and blocked two shots, all season highs, vs. San Jose State (12/5)... Set a new season highs with 14 points and three assists vs. Eastern Washington (12/17)...
Josh Ritchart with economics associate professor and NCAA faculty athletics representative Scott E. Carrell outside Dutton Hall.
Scored a season-high 15 points on a season-high six field goals at UC Irvine (12/29)... Made all five of his free throws to set a new season high vs. Cal Poly (1/10)... Scored 12 points vs. UC Santa Barbara to record his fifth-straight double-digit scoring effort for the Aggies (1/12)... Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds at Cal State Northridge (1/17)... Recorded rebound No. 300 in that same game against the Matadors... Scored a season-high 22 points, made a season-high five threes and earned a season-high four assists at Pacific (2/2).
2011-12: Named a starter in 26 of 30 games played and lead all regulars in scoring (11.3) and field goals (112)... Ended the season ranked 14th in the Big West in scoring... Started the year on a tear, hitting double figures in his first 8 games, including 21 vs Bryant and 19 versus both Stanford (11/18) and Eastern Washington... Named to the Basketball Traveler's Classic All-Tournament Team, a tournament hosted by San Diego State, after averaging 16.7 ppg... Shot .369 from three-point territory, fourth-best in the Big West, and finished second on the team with 69 treys... Canned a career-high seven threes at home against Long Beach State (2/11)... Made a three-pointer in 27 of 30 games and had at least one in his first 11 games, a streak he matched near the end of the season... Scored a career-high 24 points against Long Beach State (2/11)... Had double-doubles of 16 pts, 13 rebs against Cal State Northridge (2/9) and 16 pts, 12 rebs at Seattle (2/20)... Named Big West Player of the Week on Feb. 27 for his efforts against Cal State Fullerton and Seattle... Against the Titans and Redhawks that week, he averaged 18 ppg and 10 rpg... Led the team in scoring 10 times and owned or shared top rebounding honors in 10 games.
2010-11: BIG WEST CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR... FRESHMAN MID-MAJOR ALL-AMERICAN by CollegeInsider.com... Played in all 30 games and was named a starter vs. Southern Utah (12/21) and final two regular-season games... Averaged 7.9 ppg and 2.5 rpg... Ranked 2nd in the league behind teammate Ryan Sypkens in 3-point pct. (.409)... Enjoyed breakout game at UCLA (12/13), scoring a season-high 23 points on 9-of-12 shooting... Was 5 for 6 from three against the Bruins... Made five treys on three occasions throughout the season... Sank all five shots from distance at Pacific (2/12), the last of three-game stretch where he went 13 of 17 from beyond the arc (.765)... Scored 20 points at Cal State Fullerton (12/28)... Also scored at least 10 points in nine games... Grabbed a season-best eight boards in the Aggies' season finale against Fullerton (3/5)... Blocked three shots against Notre Dame de Namur (12/4).
FOREST LAKE CHRISTIAN HS '10: Played at Forest Lake Christian High School under coach Dave Thomas... A four-year letterwinner, Ritchart earned MVP honors as a senior... Helped lead his team to a section championship as a sophomore in 2008 after going 22-10 record on the season... Recorded 26 points, 15 rebounds and eight blocks per game as a senior... Was a 2010 McDonald's All-American nominee... Earned selections to the All-Central League, All-CIF Div. V and 2010 ESPN All-State teams... Was MVP of the Sacramento Optimist All-Star game... Received the A. Dale Lackey Scholarship from the CIF and is a member of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF). PERSONAL: Born in Mountain View, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Tom and Mary Lou Ritchart... Has three siblings, Andrew, Laura and Sara... Favorite sport to play other than basketball is badminton... Sports hero is Kevin Durant.