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 Josh Lomers 50
Josh Lomers
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Boerne, Texas

High School:
Boerne HS

Height / Weight:
7-0 / 280

Position:
C

Birthdate:
11/10/1987

Experience:
3L

01/30/2010

Baylor vs. Texas

Baylor vs. Texas

02/03/2007

Baylor vs. Iowa State

Baylor vs. Iowa State

01/27/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas - 01/27/2007

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01/25/2007

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Kansas 01/24/07

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Kansas, Jan. 24, 2007.

12/02/2006

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Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Texas State - 12/02/2006

CAREER STATS
Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3A Pct FT FTA Pct OR DR TR Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
2006-07 31 5 382 12.3 50 80 .625 0 0 .000 23 50 .460 33 47 80 2.6 85 7 3 36 16 6 123 4.0
2007-08 30 24 370 12.3 44 72 .611 0 0 .000 23 37 .622 27 39 66 2.2 69 1 4 26 21 9 111 3.7
2008-09 32 11 367 11.5 40 57 .702 0 0 .000 28 43 .651 29 33 62 1.9 67 1 5 31 11 4 108 3.4
2009-10 36 36 623 17.3 92 132 .697 0 0 .000 54 76 .711 63 71 134 3.7 110 5 11 48 39 22 238 6.6
Career 129 76 1742 13.5 226 341 .663 0 0 .000 128 206 .621 152 190 342 2.7 331 14 23 141 87 41 580 4.5

2009-10 [SENIOR]
• 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.

2008-09 [JUNIOR]
• 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.

2007-08 [SOPHOMORE]
• 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.

HIGH SCHOOL
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.

PERSONAL
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.

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