Chandler Hutchison
Chandler  Hutchison


Mission Viejo, Calif.

High School:
Mission Viejo HS

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 197




Chicago Bulls Take Hutchison 22nd

The Chicago Bulls drafted Chandler Hutchison with the 22nd pick, making Hutchison the first NBA first-round pick in Boise State history


Hutchison to Attend NBA Draft

Chandler Hutchison will attend the NBA Draft as one of 19 known official invitees


Bronco Rally Comes Up Short at UW

Boise State (23-9) mounted a furious second-half comeback, but a cold-shooting first half provided a deficit too big to overcome, as the Broncos fell to Washington (21-12), 77-74


Hutchison a First-Team NABC Selection

Chandler Hutchison was named a National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 17 First Team selection for the second-straight season


No. 4 Broncos to Face No. 5 Huskies

Boise State (23-8) will travel to Seattle to take on Washington (20-12) in the first round of the NIT


Boise State Rallies Past Utah in NIT

Chandler Hutchison had a career-high 34 points, Marcus Dickinson scored 10 of his career-best 12 points in the final 12 minutes and Boise State overcame an 11-point second-half deficit to beat Utah 73-68 on Tuesday night in an opening-round game of the NIT.


Hutchison Beats Buzzer, and Rams

Chandler Hutchison banked in a pull-up 3-pointer at the buzzer to take down Colorado State 74-73 in the Broncos' thrilling conference home opener Saturday night at Taco Bell Arena.


MBB Practice - MW Championships (3-7-2018)

MBB Practice - MW Championships (3-7-2018)


Boise State MBB vs Wyoming (3-3-18)

Boise State MBB vs Wyoming (3-3-18)


Boise State vs. Wyoming (USATSI)

Boise State vs. Wyoming (USATSI) Men's Basketball


Boise State vs. SDSU (USATSI)

MW Action


MBB at Colorado State (2-21-18)

MBB at Colorado State (2-21-18)

Hutchison Game-by-Game (2017-18) Get Acrobat Reader

Hutchison Game-by-Game (2016-17) Get Acrobat Reader

Hutchison Game-by-Game (2015-16) Get Acrobat Reader

Hutchison Game-by-Game (2014-15) Get Acrobat Reader

SENIOR (2017-18): Mountain West Player of the Year (media)…All-Mountain West First Team (media and coaches)…Mountain West All-Defensive Team…USBWA All-District VIII...NABC All-District 17 First Team…U.S. Basketball Writers Association National Player of the Week (Jan. 15)…one of 30 players named to the late season Citizen Naismith Trophy watch list…one of 10 players announced to the Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year Award midseason watch list…averaged 20.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals per game in 2017-18, making him the first player in Boise State history to lead a team in points, rebounds, assists and steals…was one of two players in NCAA Division I to end the season with those averages in points, rebounds, assists and steals…also became the fifth player in Mountain West history to lead a team in points, rebounds, assists and steals since the 2011-12 season (Boise State’s first season in the league)…his 619 points his senior season is No. 5 on the Bronco single-season list…one of just four players in school history to average 20.0 or more points in a season…had 16 20-point games in 2017-18…recorded the first known triple-double in program history with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Portland (Dec. 1)…set the single-game scoring school record with 44 points against San Diego State (Jan. 13)…tallied eight 20-point, 10-rebound games in 2017-18 along with 12 double-doubles…wrapped up his time at Boise State first in program history in double-doubles (23) and 20-point, 10-rebound games (14)…finished his career with 1,478 points and 672 rebounds, putting him ninth and sixth in Boise State program history, respectively…also finished his career tied for the most wins (87) in program history…kicked off the season with 20 points, eight rebounds and six assists against Eastern Oregon (Nov. 10)… grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds against Illinois State (Nov. 17) to go with 19 points for an emphatic double-double…was the Broncos’ leading scorer against Oregon (Dec. 1), tallying a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds…recorded his triple-double (23 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) against Portland (Dec. 3), making school history…notched another double-double against Sacramento State (Dec. 9) with 21 points and 12 rebounds…pushed his double-double streak to four games with 27 points and 11 boards against Grand Canyon (Dec. 13)…was sensational at UNLV (Dec. 30), scoring 32 points and grabbing 12 rebounds for his first 30-point game of the season…recorded a double-double in a win against New Mexico (Jan. 3), going for 17 points and 10 rebounds…scored 27 points after getting to the free throw line a career-high 20 times at Wyoming (Jan. 6)…enjoyed another double-double that same road trip with 21 points and 10 rebounds at Fresno State (Jan. 9) thanks to another profitable night at the charity stripe (15-of-18)…poured in the school record 44 points in the next game against San Diego State (Jan. 13)…also set career highs for made field goals (15), 3-pointers made (7) and 3-pointers attempted (10) against the Aztecs…went for 27 points on the road at Nevada (Jan. 20)…played 41 minutes and scored 21 points to go with eight assists against UNLV on Feb. 3…tallied another double-double at New Mexico (Feb. 6) with 23 points and 12 rebounds…tallied 28 points in a loss at Utah State (Feb. 10)…recorded back-to-back doubles in home games against Nevada (Feb. 14) and Air Force (Feb. 17)…extremely efficient against Colorado State (Feb. 21), scoring 27 points in 28 minutes of play…exploded for 39 points and 14 rebounds in the final game of his career in the first round of the NIT at Washington…the performance against the Huskies set both the individual scoring and rebounds postseason single-game school records…returned to Boise State for senior season after initially declaring for 2017 NBA Draft without hiring an agent.

JUNIOR (2016-17): All-Mountain West First Team (coaches) and second team (media)...USBWA All-District VIII...NABC All-District 17 First Team...started all 32 games...nine double-doubles...six games with 20+ points and 10+ rebounds...29 games in double-figure scoring, including 17 MW games...12 games with 20+ points...two games with 30+ points...nine games in double-figure rebounding...557 points rank No. 8 on single-season scoring list...first Bronco to record 500 points, 200 rebounds and 75 assists in one season...secon Bronco with 500 points and 250 rebounds in one season...scored 23 points on 9-of-10 shooting against Northwest (Nov. 12)...24 points and 12 rebounds at College of Charleston (Nov. 17)...20 points and 12 rebounds against Western Michigan (Nov. 20)...21 points and seven rebounds against SMU (Nov. 30)...19 points at Evansville (Dec. 3), including eight in 93 seconds during late second-half rally...converted three three-point plays at Evansville...started 6-of-6 at LMU (Dec. 5), scored 12 points in first 10 minutes and finished with 17...16 points and seven rebounds against Idaho State (Dec. 18), 14 points in second half...20 points and 11 rebounds against CSUN (Dec. 21)...21 points and six rebounds at Utah State (Dec. 28)...20 points, 11 rebounds, four assists against Colorado State (Dec. 31), hit game-winning three-pointer as time expired...scored 14 points in second half including 10 of Boise State's final 11 points...28 points plus 11 rebounds at UNLV (Jan. 4)...12 points, career-high 13 rebounds, five assists in win against San Diego State (Jan. 7)...14 points and 10 rebounds at Fresno State (Jan. 14)...23 points, seven rebounds against Nevada (Jan. 25)...18 points against Utah State (Feb. 4), on 8-of-13 shooting...11 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and career-high four steals against Air Force (Feb. 11)...31 points to go with six rebounds, two assists and two steals...25 points and five rebounds against Wyoming (Feb. 18), made two free throws with three seconds left to seal 91-87 win...19 points and career-high eight assists to go with six rebounds and three steals at Nevada (Feb. 22)...12 points, seven assists and five rebounds at Air Force (March 4)...career-high 34 points in NIT first round win at Utah (March 14), most points in Boise State postseason history...17 points and eight rebounds in NIT second round at Illinois (March 20).

2016 COSTA RICA FOREIGN TOUR: Appeared in all four games, including two starts...tallied 9.0 points and 3.5 rebounds per game...recorded double-double in finale (against Ottawa) game with team highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds.

SOPHOMORE (2015-16): Appeared in 31 games with seven starts...two double-doubles...scored in double figures seven times...double-digit rebounds three times...12 points and 11 rebounds in home opener against Northern Arizona (Nov. 16)...led Broncos with 18 points against Concordia (Nov. 23), first time leading team in scoring, played just 22 minutes...second double-double came in win over UC Irvine at Wooden Legacy (Nov. 26) with 13 points, 10 rebounds (seven offensive), three assists and two steals in career-high 34 minutes...came off bench to score 17 points and grab seven rebounds on career-best 8-of-10 shooting against Willamette (Dec. 2)...eight points on 4-of-5 shooting with four rebounds in 19 minutes at Portland (Dec. 5)...eight points and seven rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench against Oregon (Dec. 12)...scored 11 points against Bradley (Dec. 20), adding four rebounds and team highs of four assists and two blocks...four points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal against Colorado State (Jan. 2), including shot with 46 seconds left to put Broncos up four...scored 15 points on 5-of-6 shooting, including first three dunks of season, plus 5-of-7 from free throw line in win at Utah State (Jan. 5)...nine points against Fresno State (Jan. 9), including two dunks...eight points and 11 rebounds at Nevada (Jan. 13), including one dunk...11 points in 30 minutes off bench against San Diego State (Jan. 16), including 7-for-7 from free throw line...nine points, six rebounds, two steals at UNLV (Jan. 27)...five points, two assists and three steals against UNLV (Feb. 23)...team-high 16 points on 8-of-11 shooting in win at San Diego State (Feb. 27)...eight points and five rebounds against Nevada (March 2)...nine points, five rebounds and four assists at San José State (March 5).

FRESHMAN (2014-15): Appeared in 29 games, including 18 starts...started final 18 games, during which team went 15-3...played four minutes in collegiate debut against San Diego (Nov. 14)...scored one point, grabbed one rebound in season opener...made first-career field goal at No. 3 Wisconsin (Nov. 22)...scored seven points in 16 minutes against Adams State (Dec. 9), to go with three rebounds, two assists and one steal...played 21 minutes against NNU (Dec. 11) with five points, six rebounds, two assists and a steal...five points and three rebounds against Southern Utah (Dec. 14)...six points and two rebounds in 15 minutes against Abilene Christian (Dec. 20)...made first start of career against UNLV (Jan. 13), played 17 minutes, recording two points and one rebound...started at New Mexico (Jan. 18) and played 12 minutes, tallied three points and one assist...six points, three rebounds one assist and one steal against San José State (Jan. 21)...two points and two steals against Colorado State (Jan. 27)...two steals and two rebounds at Utah State (Feb. 3)...scored five points in 16 minutes against Air Force (Feb. 11), including first three-pointer of career...three points and five rebounds in 19 minutes at Fresno State (Feb. 14)...played 20 minutes at UNLV (Feb. 18), led Broncos with three blocked shots, added six points and five rebounds...two points, two rebounds at No. 24/22 San Diego State (Feb. 28)...career-high 10 rebounds and six points at San José State (March 4)...four points, two assists in 16 minutes against Fresno State (March 7), helping Broncos clinch regular-season title...career-high 26 minutes in quarterfinal win at MW Championship against Air Force (March 12), scored six points and led team with six rebounds, also had three assists...scored seven points in semifinal against Wyoming (March 13)...averaged 6.5 points and 3.5 rebounds in two games at MW Championship...four points and one assist in 18 minutes against Dayton in NCAA Tournament First Round (March 18)...second Bronco freshman all-time to start an NCAA Tournament game.

High School: Three-year letterwinner at Mission Viejo High School under head coach Troy Roelen...believed to be first top 100 recruit in program history, ranked No. 80 in ESPN 100 for class of 2014, rated as No. 7 prospect in California and No. 19 small forward in the country...averaged 19.5 points per game as a senior...earned first-team All-South Coast League honors...led Mission Viejo to CIF Southern Section title game and regional quarterfinals of CIF State Championship tournament...named second-team All-SCL as a junior after scoring 13.8 points and grabbing 4.8 rebounds per game, while leading Diablos to a 26-5 record and a berth in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section 1AA Tournament.


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