#5

PARKER
VAN DYKE

Sr. • G • 6-3 • 195
Salt Lake City, Utah
(East HS)

Parker Van Dyke

#5 • 6-3 • 195 • G • Sr. • 3L

Salt Lake City, Utah (East HS)

Junior (2017-18):

  • Played in all 35 games for the Utes, which included starting 12 games his junior season.
  • Averaged 18.6 minutes per game.
  • Posted double-digit scoring efforts in three games, which included scoring a new career-high 18 points against UCLA (02/22/18).
  • Set new career-highs in field goals made (6), field goal attempts (12), three-pointers made (4) and three-point attempts (10) in that game contest against the Bruins.
  • Recorded a season/career-high six assists in a win over Northwestern State (12/20/17).
  • Totaled 141 points, 39 rebounds (1.1/game), 52 assists and 16 steals on the season.

Sophomore (2016-17):

  • Started in 11 games and averaged 16.5 minutes played per game on the year.
  • Averaged 35% from 3-point field goals and made 1 on average per game.
  • Had a season high of 16 points against Washington (2/11), averaged 4.6 points per game on the year.
  • Totaled 144 points, 58 rebounds, 39 assists, and 16 steals on the year.

Freshman (2013-14):

  • Played in 23 games for the Utes, averaging 2.5 points per game in just under 10 minutes per night.
  • Shot .444 from the field and .333 from three-point range.
  • Was a perfect 7-of-7 from the free throw line.
  • Collected 16 rebounds (0.7/game), 23 assists and four steals.

High School:

  • Named the 4A Player of the Year as a junior in 2011-12 by the Salt Lake Tribune after leading the state in scoring with 24.7 points per game.
  • First-team all-state selection by both the Deseret News and the Tribune.
  • Also added 6.0 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.7 steals per contest
  • Scored 18.8 points per game as a sophomore.

Personal:

  • Son of Paul and Kim Van Dyke.
  • Has two brothers, Barrett and Harrison.
  • Born Oct. 15, 1994.
  • Coming off two-year mission from Birmingham, Ala.
  • A Salt Lake City native, he grew up cheering for the Utes and has always wanted to play for the U.
  • Major is economics.
Parker Van Dyke