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Where are they Now - Demetrious Trammell and Shelby Snook

Demetrius Trammell

By Michael Murray for the NWAC

Yakima Valley Men’s Basketball - 2015-2016
Junior at Western Oregon University

NWAC Accomplishments

While Demetrious Trammell played for Yakima Valley during the 2016 season, he maintained a high 3-point percentage of 51%, nearly good enough to match his overall field goal percentage of 52%. He accumulated an average of 17.6 points per game, and made 87% of shots from the free-throw line, with a career high of 36 points against Wenatchee Valley (Feb. 27th). This led him to snag a spot as a top 20 scorer in the NWAC, and earn 2nd team East Region honors. He helped the Yaks reach the NWAC playoffs, and advance to the final 8.  In the three playoff games last year, Trammell averaged 19.3 points and shot 13/30 from the 3 point line.

Trammell’s postseason performance in the 2016 tournament yielded him an average of 19.33 points per game, with a high of 33 against Columbia Basin (Mar. 12th). He shot a perfect 9/9 from the line and a solid 47% from the field.  He accumulated the most points of all players playing 3 or less games, and his points per game average was 3rd overall among all players that played 2 or more games. 

Western Oregon University

Trammell is currently a junior at Western Oregon, putting out a 9.4 scoring average, making him the 3rd leading scorer on the team. His 40.6% 3-point average is the highest on the team, and remains astoundingly close to his 42.5% overall field-goal percentage, which shows his ability to make shots regardless of distance. Demetrius is also one of Western’s most reliable free throw shooters, at 80% from the stripe. This season, he scored a personal high of 21 points against Central Washington (Dec. 29th) and has helped the Wolves get to a 10-6 record in GNAC conference play. Demetrius is one of three former NWAC standouts on the Wolves' roster.

Follow the rest of Demetrius’ season:
Online: Western Oregon Athletics
Twitter: @WOUWolves

Shelby Snook

Lane Women's Basketball
Junior at Western Oregon University

NWAC Accomplishments

Averaged 18.1 points and 7.9 assists per game last season at Lane Community College ... named NWAC Tournament MVP after leading the Titans to the NWAC championship ... earned All-Southern Region First Team honors ... career at Lane, Snook scored 1,232 points, dished out 419 assists and had 382 rebounds ... shot 49 percent from the field, 32 percent from behind the 3-point line and 70 percent from the foul line ... holds multiple career records after two seasons as a Titan: scoring, assists, field-goals made (439) and free throws made (294) ... scored 30 or more points nine times in her Lane career, scoring 44 points as a single-game high, and had 10 or more assists in 16 game ... carries a 3.6 grade-point average on the academic vice president list and was awarded NWAC academic excellence.

Western Oregon University
Shebly has started in 21 of 22 games this season for the Wolves averaging team highs of 13.9 points per game, 3.0 assists per game and minutes per game with 34.3.

Snook is second in rebound per game (5.0) and third in steals with 22 on the season. She tallied a season high 31 points against St. Martin's University on December 3rd and had another 30 point performance against Montana State Billings on January 14. The Wolves currently have five former NWAC standouts on the roster.

Follow the rest of Shelby’ season:
Online: Western Oregon Athletics
Twitter: @WOUWolves

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