Nevada Returns for his fourth season in the program ... Excellent defender who gives the Pack a veteran off the bench ... Earned the team's Sixth Man Award as a sophomore and shared the honor with five teammates his junior year. 2011-12: For the first time in his Pack career played in every game during a season, all off the bench ... Averaged 1.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game ... Played double figure minutes in 27 games which includes six games of 20 or more minutes ... Tied his career-high playing 23 minutes in the season opener versus Missouri State (11/11/11) ... Scored a career-high eight points in the Pack's 81-69 home victory over Nebraska Omaha (1/17/12) ... Made his only field goal and six of eight free throws against the Mavericks ... Scored in 18 games and grabbed a rebound in 23 contests ... Awared third basketball letter. 2010-11: Selected as the team's Sixth Man Award recipient appearing in 26 games off the bench ... Playing time increased the last 16 games of the season averaging 14.1 minutes off the bench and scored 1.8 points and grabbed 1.7 rebounds in those contests ... Played double figure minutes in 14 of the final 16 games of the season ... On the season, averaged 1.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game ... Scored a then career-high seven points versus San Jose State (2/5/11) making two field goals including a three-pointer and both free throw attempts ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds at Boise State (1/15/11) ... Had a rebound in 18-of-26 games played ... Four times played 20 or minutes in game with a career-high 23 coming at Idaho (1/12/11) ... Earned second basketball letter. 2009-10: Played in 15 games ... Turned in 0.6 points and 0.7 rebounds in 4.9 minutes per game ... Scored a season-best six points on two-of-four shooting, including a 3-pointer, versus Fresno Pacific (12/8/09) ...Pulled down a season-high four rebounds in the Fresno Pacific game ... Dished out a two assists vs. Wagner (12/19/09) ... Received first basketball letter.
High School A 2009 graduate of Seattle (Wash.) Preparatory School ... Lettered at Seattle Prep for two seasons in basketball ... Averaged 14 points and 6.5 rebounds per game as a senior ... Helped Seattle Prep to a 22-9 record, a divisional title and a fourth-place finish in the state championships ... Earned all-region honors ... Spent a year in Madison, Wis., after moving to the United States.
Personal General studies major ... Is contemplating a career as a doctor ... The son of Lucy Nyeko of London ... Has two older brothers, Andrew (32) and Adrian (28) ... Also played soccer when he lived in England ... Lists helping his team to a fourth-place finish in the 2009 state tournament as his most exciting sports moment so far ... Full name is Patrick Ayella Nyeko.