Tyler  Les
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Peoria, Ill.

High School:
Peoria Notre Dame HS '10

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185

Position:
G

Major:
Sociology

2014-15: At the end of the regular season, Tyler Les was ranked No. 3 in three-point field goal percentage (.468) and No. 6 three-point field goals made per game (2.03)... Ranked No. 2 among all active Big West players this season with 209 career three-point field goals... Scored six points, on two three-point field goals, in his final game as an Aggie when UC Davis visited Stanford in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament (3/17)... Tied a career high by leading all Aggies with seven rebounds vs. Hawai'i (3/13) in his team's Big West Conference tournament semifinal... His three, with just under seven minutes remaining, gave UC Davis the lead for good in its quarterfinal game against CSUN (3/12)...

Tyler Les with sociology/criminology instructor Shane Logan on Hamilton Court at the Pavilion

Eighty-nine percent of baskets made throughout his career are from long range... One of four seniors who made their final appearance on Hamilton Court in the Aggies' season finale vs. UC Irvine (3/7)... Set two new career highs by sinking nine threes - the most ever scored by an Aggie against a Division I team - and posting 28 points vs. Hawai'i... His nine treys were the most scored by an Aggie in a game this season, the last one scored broke a 61-61 tie and game the Aggies the lead for good... That shot also doubled as his 200th career three-pointer... Tied for No. 2 in the country with eight other players for the most threes in a single game; the nation's leader (Chase Fischer, BYU) set the season-high mark against Division II competition (10 3FGM, Chaminade)... Scored in double figures for the third straight game when he finished with 14 points vs. Cal State Fullerton (2/12) - That was the second straight game where Les posted 14 points... Scored a season-high 18 points, which included a season-high seven free throws made, at UC Irvine (2/5)... Finished a perfect 6-for-6 from the line to set a new career high at Hawai'i (1/22)... Earned a team-high seven assists, one shy of his career best, against Cal Maritime (1/3)... Every point scored by Tyler Les through his team's first nine games was a three; he has connected on 15 shots from distance and made all three shots from the stripe on the one occasion he was fouled from behind the arc (at Air Force; 12/20)... Drained the game-tying three at the buzzer to force overtime vs. Utah State (11/26); UC Davis ended up winning that game, 77-70... Drained one shot from three and recorded four assists in his first game played in more than a year when the Aggies hosted Holy Names (11/16)... Also earned his 100th career assist in that same game.

2013-14
:
Redshirted.

2012-13: Ended the season ranked No. 3 in the Big West Conference with a .446 three-point field goal percentage... Posted 10 or more points in four games... Scored nine points, all from three, to set a new season high at Sacramento State (11/20)... Led the team in scoring with 18 points and recorded four of his team's 10 three-point field goals vs. Eastern Washington (12/17)... Set a new season high with four rebounds recorded at UC Irvine (12/29).... Scored 12 points on three three-pointers and three free throws, and set a new career high with seven assists vs. UC Riverside (1/26)... Sank two baskets from three, and tied a season high by making all three free throws taken against Hawai'i (2/14) to finish with 11 points... Earned a career-high eight assists vs. Northern Colorado (2/23)... Posted 10 points, his fourth double-figure game of the season, and tied his season high with four rebounds at UC Riverside (2/28).

2011-12: Started 10 of 31 games played... Made at least one three-pointer in 28 games... Averaged 9.7 ppg... Finished with 82 three-pointers, one off the single-season school record... Tied an Aggie record with eight treys at San Jose State (12/20), scoring a career-high 24 points in the process... His three-pointers at San Jose State were T-No. 17 in NCAA Div. I last year, his percentage was T-No. 4... Canned five three-pointers at Cal State Northridge (1/14), one of seven games where he made at least four from behind the arc... Shot .410 from distance... Ranked T-No. 4 in the Big West for three-pointers per game (2.4) and No. 6 in pct.... Was No. 45 and No. 27, respectively, among Div. I shooters in both categories as well... Had streaks of 14 straight and 10 straight games with at least 1 trey made... Shot .833 from the line (20 of 24)... Made 83 percent of his field goals from three-point land... Had a season-high six rebounds at UC Riverside (2/4)... Averaged 35.0 min/game over the last seven games of the season.

2010-11: Appeared in 25 games as three-point specialist... Averaged 7.0 min/game... Took 18 shots, 17 of them from beyond the arc... Made 17 of 34 treys (.500) including a 4 of 5 effort against Notre Dame de Namur (.800)... Made 3 of 4 at UC Riverside (2/26) and twice was perfect 2 for 2 - vs. Southern Utah (12/21) and Pacific (1/22)... Played a season-high 23 minutes and dished a season-best five assists in ESPNU's BracketBuster matchup against Hawai'i (2/19)... Finished the year with a 3.2 assist/turnover ratio (16 A, 5 TO).

PEORIA NOTRE DAME HS '10: Played at Peoria Notre Dame High School under coach Eddie Matthews... Was an All-Conference selection in the Mid-State 6 Conference, also receiving All-State Honorable Mention as a senior... Named to the Peoria Journal Star All-Area Team... Was the 2009 3A three point champion... Shot 51 percent from beyond the arc during his career... Averaged 15 points, three rebounds and four assists per game as a senior... Played in the Illinois vs. Indiana (IBCA) All-Star game, finishing with 18 points primarily based on his 4-for-4 effort from three.

PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif.... Major is sociology... Parents are Jim & Jodi Les... Jim, a seven-year NBA veteran, is the Aggies' men's basketball coach... Has two younger sisters, Amber and Hannah.

Year G-GS FG-FGA/Pct. 3FG-FGA/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct. Rebs. A Blk. Stl. Pts. Avg.
2010-11 25-0 18-37/.486 17-34/.500 6-8/.750 9 16 0 1 59 2.4
2011-12 31-10 99-235/.421 82-200/.410 20-24/.833 52 33 0 14 300 9.7
2012-13 31-7 49-110/.445 45-101/.446 16-21/.762 48 50 0 14 159 5.1
2014-15 32-1 69-151/.457 65-139/.468 30-32/.938 52 48 0 10 233 7.3
Totals 119-18 235-533/.441 209-474/.441 72-85/.847 161 147 0 39 751 6.3