Trey Townsend has been awarded the 2023-24 Lou Henson National Player of the Year, making him the second player from Oakland to earn this honor. He played a crucial role in leading the Golden Grizzlies to their first-ever outright Horizon League Regular Season title, Horizon League Tournament Championship, and NCAA first-round win. Moreover, Townsend led the team in various statistical categories throughout the season and achieved several career and season marks in the Golden Grizzlies men's basketball record book.

By the Numbers
  • Townsend played and started in all 36 games.
  • He led the team in minutes (36.4 per game), field goals made (220), free throws made (169), scoring (17.3), rebounds (8.1), assists (111), and steals (48).
  • Townsend finished the season with 30 points and 13 rebounds in the Round of 32 game against N.C. State.
State of Play
  • Townsend's exceptional performance contributed significantly to the Golden Grizzlies' historic achievements in the 2023-24 season.
  • He earned multiple accolades, including the Horizon League Player of the Year and the Horizon League Tournament MVP.
  • Townsend's impact is evident in his prominent placement on various career and season records in the Oakland men's basketball record book.
Bottom Line

Trey Townsend's outstanding contributions and achievements have not only shaped a remarkable season for the Golden Grizzlies but have also solidified his place in the team's history, marking him as a significant figure in the program's legacy.