University of Washington
Two-year letterman ... Garnered first-team All-Pac-10 acclaim in 2005 ... Outstanding long-range marksman ... Departs Washington as the school record holder in single-season 3-pointers with 80 in 2005 ... His 128 career 3-pointers are the third-highest total in school history ... Completed his career ranked No. 4 among all-time Huskies by hitting 41.2 percent of his 3-point attempts ... Tallied double-figure points 46 times as a Husky ... Hit a 3-pointer in 52 of 64 career games and had multiple treys on 33 occasions ... The cousin of Donny Marshall who played collegiately at Connecticut before playing with Cleveland and New Jersey in the NBA.
2004-2005 (Senior) --As a senior, played 33 games and started 32 of them ... A first-team All-Pac-10 team selection ... Voted the Feb. 28 Pac-10 Player of the Week after leading UW to a home sweep of the Arizona schools ... Named to the All-Pac-10 Tournament team ... A second-team NABC all-district selection ... His 80 treys broke the previous school single-season record of 75 set by Deon Luton in 1998 ... Finished second on the team with a 16.0-point scoring average that ranked seventh among Pac-10 players ... Led the team and ranked second in the Pac-10 with a 86.8-percent free throw accuracy ... Averaged 2.42 3-pointers per game, the third-highest figure in the Pac-10 ... Tallied double-figure points in 28 of 33 games ... Registered nine 20-point performances, including a career-high 29 on two occasions ... Poured in 29 points at USC (Feb. 3) and against Arizona State (Feb. 24) ... Paced UW with 18 points, nine rebounds and four assists in the Pac-10 Tournament championship game victory over Arizona (Mar. 12) ... Hit a 3-point basket in 30 of 33 games, including 19 multiple-trey outings ... Made a career-best six 3-pointers three times, against Oregon State (Jan. 15), USC (Feb. 3) and Arizona State (Feb. 24) ... Hit 6-of-7 treys against Oregon State (Jan. 15) ... Led the team in rebounding a team-high 12 times ... Recorded a double-double against Oregon (Jan. 13) with 15 points and 12 rebounds ... Helped the Huskies to a 29-6 record, tying the 67-year-old school record for wins in a season ... Washington won its first Pac-10 Tournament championship and received a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time ever ... The Huskies advanced to the Sweet 16.
2003-04 (Junior) -- Played all 31 games, starting 12 of them ... One of five Huskies to average double figures with a 10.8-point scoring average ... Led all Washington scorers seven times, tying Brandon Roy for the team lead ... Tallied double-figure points during seven of the last eight games ... Ranked eighth among Pac-10 players in 3-point percentage, hitting 40 percent (48-119) of his attempts beyond the arc ... Amassed 14 treys in the final five games, including five during a Pac-10 Tournament semifinal win over Arizona (Mar. 12) ... Broke open a one-point game in the second half of the 75-62 win over No. 1 Stanford (Mar. 6) with three straight 3-pointers ... Hit at least one 3-pointer in 10 of the final 11 games and had 14 multiple-trey outings ... Poured in a career-high 22 points at Arizona (Feb. 26), including 4-of-6 shooting from beyond the arc ... 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.
Green River (Wash.) Community College
2002-03 (Sophomore) -- Twice reached the 50-point plateau in games with a 51- and 50-point performance to his credit ... Amassed 29.8 points and 9.2 rebounds per game ... Led the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) in scoring ... Erupted for 50 points and 19 rebounds in a 105-80 win over Pierce College (Jan. 29) ... Hit 5 of 7 shots from 3-point range in that game and converted all nine of his free throw attempts ... Broke his own school record with 51 points in the second meeting with Pierce CC.
Odessa (Texas) Junior College
2001-02 (Freshman) -- Averaged 12.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.0 steals during his only season at Odessa ... His best game was a 17-point, 12-rebound effort during a 79-75 win over Clarendon ... The Wranglers finished with an 18-4 record after advancing to the 2002 regional tournament ... Odessa placed second in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference with a 7-1 mark.
Garfield High School
Averaged 13 points and eight rebounds as a senior in 2000 ... Helped the Bulldogs reach the Washington state tournament semifinals where they lost 54-52 to eventual champion Foss of Tacoma.
Coach Romar on Tre Simmons "He can score in bunches as well as anyone on our team. He's going to play a significant role on our team this year. You think of the Stanford game here where he helped blow it open. I can name you a half dozen games where his shooting alone either brought us back or broke the game open. He joined us two weeks into the school year and he wasn't in the greatest condition. He had to do a ton of school work in the first quarter to be eligible. He had some family issues and couldn't practice for a week with the flu. That affected him getting off to a slow start. What we will see this year is a more consistent Tre Simmons playing at a high level from day one. He can definitely create his own shot. Derek Whittenberg once told me that, `there are shooters and there are makers.' Tre is a maker."
Simmons news and features:
Simmons is Washington's lead dawg - Seattle Times (March 17, 2005)
Simmons saves Huskies from selves - Seattle Times (Feb. 25, 2005)
Street Ball - gohuskies.com (Feb. 10, 2005)
Simmons spurs UW victory - The Daily (Feb. 4, 2005)
Tre goes down easy - The Daily (Feb. 4, 2005)
Simmons red hot in win - Seattle Times (Feb. 4, 2005)
From city streets to UW threes - The Daily (Feb. 1, 2005)
Expert marksmen - Everett Herald (Jan. 26, 2005)
Everything's falling for Simmons - Seattle Times (Jan. 16, 2005)