2014-15 Men's Basketball Roster

Igor Hadziomerovic

12 Igor Hadziomerovic

  • Height
    6-4
  • Weight
    214
  • Class
    Senior
  • Hometown
    Melbourne, Australia
  • Highschool
    Australian Institute of Sport

Biography

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BOISE STATE CAREER
SENIOR (2014-15): Appeared in 33 games, including 19 starts...career highs for games played, minutes (785), points (166), rebounds (102), assists (88), field goal percentage (.455) and three-point percentage (.417)...played 16 minutes in season opener against San Diego (Nov. 14)...six points, four rebounds, team-high four assists in double-overtime win against Montana (Nov. 18)...made first start of season at No. 3 Wisconsin (Nov. 22)...played season-high 20 minutes against Idaho (Nov. 25) and led Broncos with four assists...hit three-pointer to halt 15-3 Vandal run after lead was trimmed to one...tied for team lead with 12 points against Adams State (Dec. 9), first time leading Broncos in scoring in career...also led team with five assists and blocked a shot...scored seven points and had team-high six assists with zero turnovers against Northwest Nazarene (Dec. 11)...started against Southern Utah (Dec. 14) and matched career high with eight rebounds...played 35 minutes in overtime win against Houston (Dec. 22) with four assists and zero turnovers...also blocked a shot and made a steal...two steals and seven points in 25 minutes against Loyola (Dec. 23)...led Broncos with two steals and three assists at Colorado State (Dec. 31), also grabbed seven rebounds...seven points on 3-of-4 shooting against Utah State (Jan. 3) to go with team highs of four assists and two steals...seven points, three rebounds and three assists at Wyoming (Jan. 10)...played 23 minutes off bench at New Mexico (Jan. 18), grabbed four rebounds and recorded five assists...scored seven points to go with five rebounds and four assists in 16 minutes against San José State (Jan. 21)..nine points, including two triples at Air Force (Jan. 24)...scored 10 points to go with three rebounds and three assists against Colorado State (Jan. 27), second MW game scoring in double figures in career...game-high five assists in start against Air Force (Feb. 11)...played 32 minutes at UNLV (Feb. 18), tied career high with eight rebounds to go with five points, five assists and a block...seven points and two assists against Nevada (Feb. 21)...eight points, four assists against New Mexico (Feb. 24)...nine points and five rebounds at San José State (March 4)...seven points, five rebounds against Fresno State (March 7) on senior night to help Broncos clinch regular-season title...scored 11 points, including 5-of-5 free throws, at MW Championship vs Air Force (March 12)...career-high six free throws against Wyoming (March 13), going 6-for-6...finished 11-for-11 from free throw line at MW Championship...three points and two rebounds against Dayton in NCAA Tournament First Round (March 18)...one of three Broncos all-time to start two NCAA Tournament games.

JUNIOR (2013-14): Appeared in 32 games, including 17 starts...grabbed career-high eight rebounds against South Carolina (Dec. 23)...matched career high with seven assists against Simpson (Nov. 15)...scored in double figures for the first time on the year with 13 points at New Orleans (Nov. 23), also had six assists...scored 12 points and pulled down seven rebounds against Portland State (Nov. 29)...hauled in seven rebounds versus Carroll College (Dec. 5)...played 23 minutes at Wyoming (March 1), most minutes in last 13 games, scored nine points (most since Jan. 4) and had five rebounds (most since Dec. 23)...scored 10 points against San Jose State in first round of Mountain West Championship (March 12).

SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Appeared in 29 games on the season, including 26 starts...averaged 5.2 points per game...scored in double figures in four games, including a season-high 15 points against Oakland (Nov. 13)...went a career-best 5-for-8 (.625) from the floor against Idaho (Dec. 20) en route to 10 points...career-high six rebounds - all defensive - against LSU, Dec. 14...registered another six-rebound game against New Orleans (Dec. 23)...season-high six assists against Seattle (Dec. 2)...had at least four assists in seven games...career-high two blocks against Fresno State (Jan. 23).

FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 15 games during his debut season with the Broncos, starting four...played in each of the first 10 games before suffering a foot injury in practice prior to the Denver game (Dec. 17), and returned to the line-up against Colorado State (Feb. 15)...start against Colorado Christian (Nov. 11) marked the first start by a Bronco freshman in a season-opener since Coby Karl in 2003-04...averaged 4.9 points and 1.5 rebounds on the season...scored a career-high 18 points against Cal State Northridge (Nov. 19), with 17 points coming in the second half...knocked down a career-best 5-of-7 (.714) from the 3-point line against the Matadors...also scored in double figures against Idaho State (10; Dec. 5)...season-high three steals against the Matadors...led the Broncos in the statistical category four times...season-high seven assists against Indiana State (Dec. 3) led the team...season-high five rebounds at LSU (Dec. 10) tied for the team high. HIGH SCHOOL
Scholarship holder at the Australian Institute of Sport...represented the Australian U19 National Team at the World Championships in Latvia in the summer of 2011...helped lead squad to a sixth-place finish, averaging 10.9 points per game...averaged 19 points on 52 percent shooting in 2011...added 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game...averaged 23 points and five assists per game for the Victoria State squad that won the U20 National Tournament. MAJOR - Undeclared

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