2 Sekou 'Suki' Wiggs
2016-17: Repeated as First Team All-West Region and unanimous First Team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference selection after leading the GNAC in scoring for second year in a row ... top 25 finalist for Bevo Francis Award (top non-Div. I player in men’s college basketball) ... ranked 5th in NCAA Div. II with 24.4 points per game, topping 20-point mark on 21 occasions and 30-point mark on six occasions, including school-record four straight 30-plus efforts from Jan. 26-Feb. 4 ... set UAA career scoring average record finished 2nd in GNAC history at 24.2 ppg ... helped Seawolves to 21-8 overall record and GNAC runner-up finish with league ranks of 1st in scoring, 17th in rebounding (5.6 rpg), 13th in assists (2.8 apg), 10th in steals (1.2 spg), 15th in FT% (.759, 183-241), 8th in 3FGs per game (2.3) and 5th in minutes per game (34.3) ... averaged 25.2 points in 20 league games, boosted by school-record 46 points (14-17 FG, 7-8 3FG, 11-13 FT) in 98-92 win at Central Washington on Dec. 1 ... earned back-to-back GNAC Player of the Week honors and was USBWA National Player of the Week for Jan. 30-Feb. 5 after posting totals of 66 points (20-35 FG, 7-13 3FG, 19-23 FT), 7 rebounds and 6 assists in wins over No. 13 Western Washington and Simon Fraser ... named Seawolf Jamboree Most Outstanding Player with 27 points (5-7 3FG), 6 rebounds and 3 assists in 73-68 win over Cal State LA, and made all-tourney squad at GNAC/Pac West Challenge ... tied UAA single-game record with 17 free throws made (19 att.) in road opener at Chaminade and set new program mark with 53 minutes played in 3OT loss to Western Oregon in GNAC Semifinals ... on UAA single-season lists, finished 3rd in points (707), scoring average and free throws made (183), and 2nd in free throws made per game (6.3) ... on the Seawolves’ career lists, finished 1st in scoring average (24.2 ppg) and FT made per game (7.0), 2nd in FTs made (426), 5th in total points (1,477), 13th in steals per game (1.4), 16th in both assists (3.0) and rebounds (6.5) per game, and 15th in both games started (61) and double-doubles (9) ... also ranked in top 10 on four GNAC career lists – scoring avg. (2nd), FT made (426) and attempted (557), and minutes per game (34.6).

2015-16: Voted D2CCA Third Team All-American by nation’s sports information directors ... chosen GNAC Newcomer of the Year and unanimous First Team All-GNAC in voting by league’s coaches ... named to top 25 finalists list for inaugural Bevo Francis Award (top non-Div. I player in men’s college basketball) ... produced one of most prolific statistical campaigns in league history, with 770 points ranking No. 2 on UAA’s all-time list ... led GNAC in scoring (24.1 ppg, 11th nationally), defensive rebounding (6.3 drpg) and minutes per game (34.9), along with other league ranks of 3rd in rebounding (7.3 rpg), 3rd in steals (1.6 spg), 10th in assists (3.3 apg) and 11th in A/T ratio (1.3) ... set UAA and GNAC records by scoring at least 20 points in 21 straight games – both overall and to start a season – and finished year with nine straight 20-plus games (although NCAA does not keep official records on streaks, that string is known to be longest in Div. II since at least 2011-12) ... finished year with nine straight 20-plus scoring efforts ... set CCA Div. II Tip-Off Classic single-game scoring record with 34 points against Cal Baptist on Oct. 31, and tallied combined 50 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists in 2- and 4-point wins over Chaminade and Hawaii Pacific in November ... delivered two of eight double-doubles in impressive GNAC wins, tallying 33 points and 10 rebounds in 108-105 double-OT win at Western Washington, followed by 20 points and 10 rebounds in 76-71 home win over Alaska Fairbanks ... with six 30-point efforts, Wiggs became just seventh Seawolf with that many in a career ... easily broke UAA season records for FTs made (235), made per game (7.6), and attempted (316), while scoring average was No. 3 all-time; in raw numbers, was 2nd in points (770), coming just 43 shy of Jesse Jackson’s record 813 points in 1986-87 ... tied 32-year-old UAA single-game mark with 17 free throws made in OT loss at Central Washington, racking up season-high 37 points ... earned GNAC Player of the Week and GCI Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team honors after breaking 38-year-old tourney’s scoring record with 98 points, surpassing the 97 by Purdue legend Glenn Robinson from 1993 ... tied for 2nd-highest scoring game for UAA player in Shootout history with 35 in opener against eventual champ and NCAA Tournament darling Middle Tennessee ... led Shootout in scoring by more than 10 ppg, becoming first player to tally at least 30 in all three games ... other top efforts included 30 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists in OT win at UAF; 32 points (8-17 FG, 2-4 3FG, 14-16 FT), 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals in win at Saint Martin’s; 30 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in 91-87 loss to Div. I San Jose State; and 21 points (9-22 FG), 10 rebounds in 61-59 win at 8th-ranked Seattle Pacific ... voted Team MVP by teammates and coaches ... nominated for UAA’s Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year award.

Averaged 10.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 61 career games at Div. I program Idaho, including 29 starting assignments as sophomore … team’s third-leading scorer and second-leading distributor with 11.5 ppg and 81 total assists in 2014-15 … also made team-best 106 free throws, and his .455 field goal percentage was tops among perimeter players … along with career-high 22 points against Sacramento State, had career-bests of 7 assists, 8 rebounds and 3 steals in 2014-15 … as freshman, averaged 9.9 ppg and shot .469 from field, earning Western Athletic Conference Sixth-Man of the Year honors from … scored double figures 17 times in first season, including stretch of 10 straight games in February and March.

HIGH SCHOOL: Following successful career at traditional power O’Dea High School in Seattle, spent one season at Kingdom Prep Academy in Columbus, Ga., helping squad to NACA Division III national title … averaged 17.6 points and 4.8 assists in senior season at O’Dea, helping squad to 6th place at WIAA 3A State Tournament.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 8, 1994 in Seattle, Wash. … son of Tamikya St. Clair and Sekou Wiggs, Sr. … has three siblings … nicknames are 'Suki' and 'Wiggsy' ... psychology major.

Career Highs
Points — 46 at Central Washington, 12/1/16 (school record)
Rebounds — 13 vs UC Colorado Springs, 11/1/15
Assists — 9 vs CS Dominguez Hills, 11/21/15
Blocks — 3 at Concordia, Ore., 1/23/16
Steals — 6 at Northwest Nazarene, 2/25/16

Career Statistics
Year    GP-GS  Min/Avg   FG- FGA  Pct 3FG-FGA  Pct   FT-FTA  Pct
2015-16 32-32 1116/34.9 230- 541 .425  67-195 .344  243-316 .769
2016-17 29-29  996/34.3 229- 504 .454  66-180 .367  183-241 .759
Totals  61-61 2112/34.6 459-1045 .439 133-375 .355  426-557 .765

Year    GP-GS OR- DR-Reb/Avg  PF-D   A  TO   B   S  Pts/Avg
2015-16 32-32 33-201-234/7.3  64-2 106  83  21  51  770/24.1

2016-17 29-29 37-124-161/5.6  57-0  80  69   4  34  707/24.4
Totals  61-61 70-325-395/6.5 121-2 186 152  25  85 1477/24.2

Position: Guard
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: O'Dea HS
Other College: Idaho
Experience: 1 Letter
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