Lexus Williams
Lexus  Williams

RS Senior

Chicago, Ill.

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 167




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


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 Falls in Quarterfinals

The Broncos (23-8) were knocked off by Utah State (17-16) in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Championships Thursday night


Boise State to Face Aggies

The Broncos will take on Utah State tomorrow evening at 6 p.m. PT in the Mountain West Championship quarterfinals


Broncos Set for MW Quarterfinal

No. 2 seed Boise State (23-7, 13-5) will take on either No. 7 seed Utah State (15-16, 8-10) or No. 10 seed Colorado State (11-20, 4-14) Thursday night


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


MBB at Colorado State (2-21-18)

MBB at Colorado State (2-21-18)


MBB vs. Air Force (2-17-18)

MBB vs. Air Force (2-17-18)

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

RS SENIOR (2017-18): Started and played in all 32 games…named an All-Mountain West Honorable Mention selection by the conference’s media…fourth on the team in points (9.5 ppg), third in assists (2.3 apg) and third in steals (0.9 apg)…finished the season as the team’s best free throw shooter percentage wise (87.5%, 56-of-64))…shot 40.3 percent from behind the arc (48-of-119), the second-highest percentage on the team…was a double-digit scorer in 16 games…tied a season high with four steals in the season opener against Eastern Oregon (Nov. 10)…tallied 16 points against Iowa State (Nov. 19) on 4-of-9 shooting from three…scored 13 points against Loyola Marymount (Nov. 25) and 12 points against Loyola (Nov. 28)…made the buzzer-beating, game-winning half-court shot against Oregon (Dec. 1) to snap the Ducks’ 46-game home winning streak and give the Broncos the 73-70 victory…was perfect from the field (4-of-4) against Grand Canyon (Dec. 13), scoring 12 points and grabbing a season-high six rebounds…also played a season-high 38 minutes against the Lopes and made a game-tying three with three seconds to play in regulation, propelling the Broncos to overtime and the eventual victory in 2OT…had a well-rounded game against New Mexico (Jan. 6), tallying 11 points, five assists and four rebounds…enjoyed a phenomenal stretch in conference play from late January to early February…started the stretch off with 10 points in just 21 minutes of play at Fresno State (Jan. 9)…poured in 16 points on Jan. 13 in a big home win against San Diego State…followed it up with a 14-point outing against Utah State (Jan. 17)…notched back-to-back 16-point games at home against San Jose State (Jan. 24) and on the road at Air Force (Jan. 27)…scored 12 points against UNLV (Feb. 3)and tied a season high in assists (6)…tallied back-to-back games in double digits, scoring 12 and 15 points, respectively, against Utah State (Feb. 10) and Nevada (Feb. 14)…closed the season with two of his best games…went for 22 points and five assists on senior night against Wyoming (March 3)…poured in a career-high 24 points and posted five assists in the quarterfinal of the MW Championships against Utah State (March 8).


VALPARAISO (2013-17): Appeared in 83 games and made 44 starts with Crusaders...averaged 5.1 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.1 steals per game during career...named to 2013-14 Horizon League All-Freshman Team...averaged 6.5 points and 2.4 assists per game to go with team-high 35 steals as a freshman...missed 2014-15 season due to knee injury...limited to 16 games as a redshirt sophomore in 2015-16 returning from injury...rebounded to play all 33 games as a redshirt junior in 2016-17, including 21 starts...helped Crusaders to 24-9 record, share of Horizon League title and NIT appearance...played 22.9 minutes per game, averaging 5.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists and team-best 1.4 steals per game...shot 41.2 percent from the field and 32.6 percent from three-point range...graduated from Valparaiso with a degree in accounting.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Marist High School...named all-conference as a senior...led Redhawks to regional championship game each of his final two seasons, including winning the title as a junior...set school record for assists as a senior...played two years with AAU club team D-Rose All-Stars after playing with Ferrari.


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