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Sustainable Excellence Initiative
#10 Tre'Shaun Fletcher
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 200
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Lincoln HS
Experience: 1 Letter
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2014 (summer): Selected to play with Athletes in Action during 10 days in August • Averaged 4.8 points and 2.8 rebound per game; also added four assists, two blocks and two assists • AIA went 3-1 and was coached by CU assistant coach/head recruiting coordinator Mike Rohn • Fletcher follows in the footsteps of former CU student-athletes who also travelled abroad with the Athletes In Action team (Beau Gamble, Levi Knutson, Austin Dufault, Dwight Thorne II).

2013-14 (freshman): Played in 20 games • Suffered a knee injury at Washington (Jan. 12), however returned to the court at the Pac-12 Conference Tournament against USC (Mar. 12) • Scored a season-high nine points in home win against Arkansas State (Nov. 18) on 4-of-6 shooting • Grabbed a key five rebounds in seven minutes played in road win at Colorado State (Dec. 3) • Season-high 16 minutes in come-from-behind home win against Harvard (Nov. 24) • Four games with seven or more points; four games with three or more rebounds • First CU MBB player from the state of Washington since 1999-2000.

Academics: Open Option major in CU’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Lincoln HS: Is the all-time leading scorer in the Abes history • Senior year averaged 21 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game • Helped lead Lincoln to a 23-4 record and third place finish in the state tournament • 3A state player of the year, also first-team all-state, first-team all-league • Three West Central District and Narrows League championships three of four years • Over his four years, the Abes were 82-21 (.796), including a 63-12 mark (.840) during this sophomore, junior, senior years • 2013 three-star prospect: No. 26 small forward and No. 143 overall • Ranked as a top-100 player (No. 90) nationally for 2013 • Junior season, was named most valuable player of the Narrows League, as well as first team all-area and second-team all-state • Averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in Lincoln’s 18-8 season • Played AAU ball with the Northwest Panthers.

Academics: Open Option major in CU’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Personal: Born October 5, 1994 • Son of Bobby Ann Fletcher • Is the youngest of four children • Wore jersey number 4 in high school • Biggest moment of high school was trailing by 21 points in the fourth quarter and winning the district championship • “I feel like Colorado is a good fit for me. I love the coaches, the players and the system. I feel like I am a very versatile player. I can guard positions one through three, I can shoot, dribble, and pass. I think colleges like my length, too. I can get in and bang with the fours and fives, too. I just need to put on a little bit more muscle and get my dribbling better and I will be set.”

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