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2019-20 Men's Basketball Roster

Mike Martinez
Mike Martinez
Mike Martinez
Mike Martinez
Trevelin Queen - Headshot - MM19 - 1 (Cropped)

21 Trevelin Queen

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  • Hometown
    Glen Burnie, Md.
  • High School
    North County HS
  • Previous School


2020 USBWA All-District VIII Team
2020 NABC All-District 6 First Team
2020 All-WAC Second Team
WAC Player of the Week (12/16/20)
2019 WAC Tournament MVP
2019 WAC All-Tournament Team
2019 NABC Honors Court

2019-20 | Doubled down on his late-season productivity from the previous year to become one of the Aggies' best players...Took part in 26 of the team's 31 games and made 25 appearances in the starting lineup...Averaged 13.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 27.5 minutes per game...Led the team in scoring average and minutes per game...Put up shooting splits of .471/.387/.814...Topped the Aggies' charts in field goal attempts (272), three-point field goals made (53) and three-point field goal attempts (153)...Turned in 20 outings of 10 or more points...Matched his career-high by drilling nine ield goals in a non-conference setback at UTEP (11/12)...Pumped in a season-high 23 points in a narrow non-conference home setback to New Mexico (11/21)...Hoisted up a career-high 19 field goal attempts twice, most recently in a non-conference setback against Washington State (12/7)...Grabbed a season and career-high 10 rebounds in a non-conference victory over Mississippi State (12/22)...Recorded a career-high seven steals and matched a career-high with eight assists in a non-conference home win against Northern New Mexico (12/29)...Set career-highs in free throws made (five) and free throw attempts (six) in a WAC home win over Chicago State (1/9)...Helped the Aggies capture their third-consecutive WAC regular season title while ending the season in a 19-game winning streak that ranked as the second-longest in the nation. 

2018-19: Has been an integral part of the team since being eligible midseason and has seen action in 24 games…made his Aggie debut against Northern Colorado (12/17)…helped NM State win its second-straight regular-season title and third-straight WAC Tournament title while earning its 22nd NCAA Tournament berth…scored his first Division I points against CSUN (12/19) with 9 points and 4 rebounds…tallied 9 points with a season-high 8 rebounds against Seattle U (1/17) on the road…hit the game-winning three at the buzzer against CSU Bakersfield (2/7) on the road in OT and finished with 13 points and 4 rebounds on 3-of-5 from deep…followed up with 6 points and 6 boards at Grand Canyon (2/9) – including a big block/steal and offensive rebound with less than a minute to go…scored in double-figures in three-straight games against Utah Valley (2/14), Seattle U (2/16) and Texas A&M International (2/19) with 13, 13 and 14 points, respectively…dropped 19 points at home against California Baptist (3/9) to end the regular-season…exploded for a season-high 27 points on 6-of-11 shooting against Grand Canyon (3/16) in the WAC Tournament Championship game and was named the tournament MVP…posted 14 points, five rebounds and six assists on 4-of-8 shooting from downtown against #5 Auburn (3/21) in the NCAA Tournament.

2017-18 (NMMI): Scored 26 points per game while averaging 7.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists in his sophomore campaign with New Mexico Military Institute…started in 20-of-21 games and 8-of-9 in league play…opened the season with 40 points on 19-of-24 shooting against Northern New Mexico JV (11/1)...started the year with 13-straight games with 20-plus points for NMMI, including a career-high 41 points against NMJC on 12-of-30 shooting and 14-of-19 from the free-throw line…also had five games with 30-plus points – including a 37-point performance at Clarendon College (2/1)…wrapped up the season with four double-doubles on the year.
2016-17 (College of Marin): Averaged 21.3 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists as a freshman…started his collegiate career with a double-double, posting 16 points with 11 rebounds against Feather River (11/10)…dropped 20-plus points in nine-straight games, including a season-high 29 points against Feather River (12/10)…pulled down a season-high 17 boards against Cosumnes River (12/16)…finished the season tallying double-figures in 13-of-14 games played…wrapped up the year with five double-doubles.

High School: Went to North County High School.

Personal: Son of Trevelin Queen and Nancy Yeaton...has two older brothers, Brian and Frank, a younger brother, Jayden, an older sister, Jasmine, and three younger sisters, Jada, Tye and Taylor…majoring in individualized studies.


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    6'6" 190 lbs
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    6'6" 190 lbs