University of Washington
Fifth-year squad member ... Three-year letterman who was the primary starter in each of the past three seasons ... Will be sidelined after undergoing arthrscopic surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left should on Sept. 25 ... Dislocated his shoulder during mid-September while playing basketball ... Hopes to return for the start of the Pac-10 season ... Made 37 percent of his career 3-point shots (51-of-137) ... Boasts extraordinary athleticism and strength ... Highly recruited athlete who selected Washington over several schools, including Kentucky, Syracuse, Gonzaga and several Pac-10 schools ... Signed a letter of intent with the Huskies on Nov. 8, 2000. 2004-05 (Junior) -- Played all 35 games, starting 34 of them ... The team's No. 4 rebounder with 4.1 boards per game ... Second on the squad with 14 blocked shots ... Ranked seventh on the team with a 6.3-point scoring average ... Had second career double-double in season opener against Seattle Pacific (Nov. 19) with 14 points and 13 rebounds ... Had eight double-figure scoring games ... Pitched in a career-high 17 points and four steals against Stanford (Jan. 2) ... Had four steals against Stanford (Jan. 2) ... Helped the Huskies to a 29-6 record, tying the school single-season victory record ... UW won its first Pac-10 Conference Tournament championship and received a No. 1 seed to the NCAA Touranment ... The Huskies advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1998. 2003-04 (Sophomore) -- Started all 31 games ... Converted a team-best 41 percent (24-of-58) of his 3-point shots ... Hit the game-winning 3-pointer against Washington State (Feb. 19) ... Made a trey from the right baseline with 21 seconds remaining putting UW ahead for good. That was only his second basket of the game ... Tallied a season-high 16 points at USC (Feb. 5) ... Twice posted double-figure rebounds totals with 10 against UC Riverside (Nov. 24) and Oregon (Feb. 12) ... Registered a double-double against Oregon (Feb. 12) with 14 points and 10 rebounds ... Helped the Huskies to a 19-12 record and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1999 ... The 12-6 Pac-10 record and second-place conference finish were UW's best since 1986. 2002-03 (Freshman) -- Finally put together one complete, injury-free season after missing parts of the previous two years, one in college and one in high school ... Played all 27 games, starting 22 of them ... Averaged 5.9 points per game to rank sixth on the team ... His 3.9-rebound average tied for third among Huskies ... His career-high scoring output came on the road as he netted 13 points at Oregon (Jan. 23) and matched that figure at Washington State (Mar. 1) ... Led all UW rebounders during three games ... Converted 10 of 22 shots from 3-point range for a team-leading 46-percent accuracy rate. 2001-02 (Red-shirt) -- Applied for and received an injury red-shirt season ... Played five of the season's first six games before missing the remainder of the year with an injury ... Dislocated his left shoulder in practice on Dec. 3 and underwent surgery on Dec. 10 ... Converted five of his 10 field goal attempts, including a perfect 3-for-3 performance in his collegiate debut against Bowling Green (Nov. 17) ... Finished with a season-best six points against Bowling GreenAccumulated two points and three rebounds in his longest playing stint, a 13-minute outing against Santa Clara (Nov. 24).
Kentwood High School (Kent, Wash.)
Rated the No. 1 prep power forward prospect in the West by Pac-West Hoops ... Ranked No. 66 nationally in The Sporting News Top 100 Recruits ... Listed No. 78 nationally in the Hoop Scoop ratings produced by Clark Francis ... Ranked among the top 100 recruits in the nation by several services, including Game Plan Sports Scouting Service (27th) and Rivals100.com (65th) ... An honorable mention prep All-America selection by Street & Smith's magazine ... One of 100 finalists nationally for the 2001 McDonald's All American Game ... Averaged 14.8 points and 8.3 rebounds in nine games during his senior season of 2000-01 before missing the remainder of the season due to a suspension ... Averaged 14.4 points, 10.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.1 steals per game during his junior season at Kentwood High School ... Helped Kentwood to a 21-9 record and a seventh-place finish at the 2000 state Class 4A tournament ... Honored as the 2000 South Puget Sound League North Division Most Valuable Player.
Coach Romar on Mike Jensen
"He is a fifth-year senior and you love fifth-year seniors because they have been around. He has been around the block and has experience that you just can't teach. He is a great shooter for his size. He is a player with a lot of potential who can really help this team."