Baylor vs. Texas
Baylor vs. Iowa State
Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Kansas, Jan. 24, 2007.
Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas State - 12/02/2006
2010 Academic All-Big 12, first team
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall 2009, Spring 2010)
Started all 36 games at center, finishing his career with 47 consecutive starts (Baylor 37-10 in starting streak) Posted career-best season averages for points (6.6), rebounds (3.7) and blocked shots (1.1) Shot 69.69 percent (92-of-132) from the floor, ranking second on the team behind Quincy Acy (69.74 percent) Named to Academic All-Big 12 first team for third consecutive season Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in Fall 2009 Concluded career as Baylor's all-time leader with 82 career victories and second all-time career FG percentage (66.3 percent) Posted eight double-digit scoring games after recording eight total in first three seasons Scored 12 points and pulled down career-high eight rebounds in 79-76 loss Nov. 26 to Alabama Had 10 points, seven rebounds and career-high two assists in Feb. 24 win over No. 22 Texas A&M Scored then-season-high 13 points and added seven boards in road win at Texas Tech (March 2) Tied career-high with four blocks in Big 12 Championship quarterfinal win over Texas (March 11) Scored 12 points behind career-high 8-of-9 FT shooting in Big 12 Championship semifinal loss March 12 to Kansas State Enjoyed career game in NCAA Tournament second round win March 20 over Old Dominion, tying career highs for points (14) and rebounds (eight), while adding three blocks Had six points and career-high-tying eight rebounds in Sweet 16 win over Saint Mary's (March 26) Ranks seventh all-time at Baylor with 87 career blocked shots.
2009 Academic All-Big 12, first team
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall 2008)
Played in 32 games at center, starting 11 games (including final seven) Averaged 3.4 points and 1.9 rebounds in 11.5 minutes Shot team-high 70.2 percent (40-of-57) from the floor Shot 65.1 percent (28-of-43) from the free-throw line Scored five points in 16 minutes in win at Washington State Tied career-high with 14 points in win vs. Jackson State Made 19-of-25 free throws over a 17-game stretch (76.0 percent) Played 22 minutes in Big 12 Championship first-round win over Nebraska (averaged 8.9 minutes in 14 Big 12 games in the regular season) Scored 12 points in career-high 24 minutes in NIT win at Virginia Tech Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection in fall 2008 First-team 2009 Academic All-Big 12 selection; first player in BU history named Academic All-Big 12 first team in back-to-back seasons.
2008 Academic All-Big 12, first team
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall 2007)
Shot 61.1 percent (44-for-72) from the floor for the season Averaged 3.7 points and 2.2 rebounds in 30 games Scored nine points on 4-for-4 shooting in 12 minutes in the season opener vs. Jackson State (Nov. 11) Poured in 12 points and four rebounds in 18 minutes vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 18) Posted two blocks in five games Scored career-high 14 points in 13 minutes vs. Texas Tech (Feb. 6) Started first 24 games of the season at center Did not play vs. Missouri and Colorado - first time he did not play in a game in his collegiate career.
2006-07 [TRUE FRESHMAN]
Played all 31 games and made five starts during true freshman season in 2006-07 Backup center averaged 4.0 points, 2.6 rebounds and 0.5 blocks in 12.3 minutes per game Led team in shooting with 62.5 field goal percentage Recorded 16 blocks, third-most on squad Recorded 33 offensive reboundsHad team-high seven disqualifications Made first career start (in place of injured Mamadou Diene) in impressive collegiate debut, posting 10 points (4-4 from field), three blocks and season-highs of seven rebounds and 23 minutes played during win over Angelo State (Nov. 11) Matched season-high of seven boards three times in first five games Tallied season-high four blocks in win over North Carolina A&T State (Dec. 28) Memorable block against Kansas (Jan. 24) was featured on ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 highlights Scored season-high 13 points on 5-for-6 shooting in another start at Iowa State (Feb. 3), added three blocks.
Consensus national top-100 recruit out of Boerne (Texas) High School Four-year varsity letterman at Boerne under head coach Stan Leech National recruit rankings include: No. 39 Bill Hodges/CSTV, No. 56 Rivals.com, No. 64 Hoopmasters.com, No. 88 Athlon, No. 100 Scout.com and No. 102 Bob Gibbons All-Star Report Listed the nation's eighth-best center by Rivals.com and No. 16 at center by Scout.com Rated the No. 10 recruit in the state by TexasRoundball.com and No. 13 by TexasHoops.com As senior in 2005-06 led Boerne to second straight District 28-4A title and 30-5 record Named to 2006 TABC 4A All-State team and first-team All-District 28-4A after leading Greyhounds to Region IV quarterfinals as senior Averaged 23 points and shot 74.5 percent from the field Led BHS to 31-6 record and Region IV quarterfinals as junior in 2004-05 Named TABC 4A All-State and first-team All-District 28-4A as junior after leading Boerne to district championship title Averaged 22 points, 10.3 rebounds and seven blocks as junior Also shot 73.4 percent from field Only junior on San Antonio Express-News' 2005 All-Area "Super Team" Invited to "NBA Top Prospects camp" in Richmond, Va., and Nike All-America camp in Indianapolis in 2005 Broke arm in mid-January of sophomore season (2004) and missed remainder of year including district play Participated in 2004 Nike All-American Camp following sophomore season Competed on varsity team as freshman in 2002-03, named first team All-District.
Full name is Joshua Livingston Lomers Born Nov. 10, 1987, in Andalusia, Ala. Son of L.C. and Wendy Lomers Double major in human resource management and finance major.