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Jock Landale
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Jock  Landale

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
E Malvern, Victoria, Australia

High School:
Geelong Grammar

Height / Weight:
6-11 / 255

Position:
Center

05/01/2018

Saint Mary's Holds 17th Gael Awards Show

Student-Athletes came out for the annual awards show to relive the year's accomplishments.

04/10/2018

MBK | Landale to Play in Portsmouth Invitational Starting Wednesday

Jock Landale will be one of 64 seniors competing in the four-day tournament from April 11-14.

03/29/2018

MBK | End of the Year Banquet Set for April 19

Saint Mary's men's basketball will host its annual banquet at Moraga Country Club to celebrate the 30-win season.

03/29/2018

MBK | Landale Named to Two More All-American Teams

The senior center was named to the Lou Henson and Lute Olson All-American Teams on Wednesday.

03/27/2018

MBK | Landale Named AP All-American 2nd Team

Jock Landale becomes the first Gael in program history named to Associated Press First, Second or Third Team.

02/22/2018

MBK | No. 22 Saint Mary's vs Pepperdine, 2-22-18

No. 22 Saint Mary's hosted Pepperdine Thursday night inside McKeon Pavilion.

12/19/2017

Saint Mary's vs. Dayton

The Saint Mary's men's basketball team hosted the University of Dayton Flyers at McKeon Pavilion on Dec. 19, 2017.

12/09/2017

MBK | Saint Mary's vs. Seattle University

The Saint Mary's men's basketball team hosted Seattle University on Dec. 9, 2017, at McKeon Pavilion.

10/19/2017

MBK | 2017 Reading Day

Saint Mary's men's basketball read books to children at Los Peralas and Donald Rheem Elementary schools as a part of "Reading Day".

AS A SENIOR (2017-18): Top-5 Finalist for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award...Top-10 finalist for Citizen Naismith Trophy... Top-15 Finalist for Wooden Award... Named WCC Player of the Year... Just the seventh Gael to earn POY honors... Named WCC First Team... Named NABC First Team... USBWA Second Team All-American... Member of USBWA All-District IX Team... 1,620 career points is 6th most all-time in Gaels history... 817 career rebounds is 5th most in history... 287 made field-goals this season is most in program history...731 points in a single season passes Omar Samhan’s 724 (2009-10) for most points in a single season in program history... Set Gael record for most rebounds in a WCC Tournament game (19 vs Pepperdine)... 18 double-doubles this season...has 34 double-doubles since 2016-17... Opened with 13 points and eight rebounds versus Saint Francis... Played just 23 minutes against the Red Flash...Shot an efficient 6-of-8 from the field... Recorded his first double-double of season versus NMSU with 20 points and 10 rebounds...Second double-double of year versus Georgia... Five consecutive Double-double versus Sacramento State, Seattle, UC Irvine, Dayton and UNC Asheville... Five consecutive double-double streak snapped in win over LMU... Career-high 37 points and 18 rebounds versus Sac State...18 rebounds at San Diego... Has scored at least 30 points in seven games this season...34 points at USD... 33 points versus Georgia... 32 points at Pacific... Tied Wooden Legacy tournament record with 16 FGM... 31 points in overtime win at BYU... 32 points and 12 rebounds in 31 minutes at Pepperdine... 32 points versus BYU on Australia Night (Jan. 25)... Shooting 64.3 percent from the floor (287-of-446 FG)...Had scored in double-digits in the first 22 games and 29 consecutive games stemming from last year until scoring just 6 versus Portland (First time scoring fewer than 10 points since 7 points vs BYU on Feb. 18, 2017) Lute Olson and Lou Henson Midseason Award List... Preseason honoree on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Citizen Naismith, Lou Henson, Lute Olson, Oscar Robertson Trophy watch lists... Blue Ribbon All America First Team honoree... Lute Olson National Player of the Week on Dec. 11... Named WCC Player of the Week five times this season, and three times in four week span (Dec. 11-30)... NBC Sports National Player of the Week (Jan. 22), Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week (Jan. 23).

AS A JUNIOR (2016-17): Started in all 34 games and opened the season with career-high 33 points on 15 of 20 shooting...Associated Press Honorable Mention...All-WCC First Team honor...WCC All-Tournament team...USBWA All-District IX...Kareem Abdul Jabaar Top-5 Finalist...Dominated in the first win over BYU with 26 points on 11-13 shooting...Also grabbed nine rebounds a career-high six assists...18 points and 13 rebounds vs VCU in 2017 NCAA Tournament...Recorded 19 points, 11 rebounds verus Arizona...Shot .611 for the season...Led the team and WCC in rebounds (9.5)...Averaged 28.4 minutes per game...Scored in double-figures in 32 matches...Recorded a double-double (15 pts, 14 rebs) versus Dayton and then against Western Kentucky (15 pts, 13 rebs). Third career double-double against Texas A&M- Corpus Christi. Secured his third straight double-double in the win over South Carolina State (20 pts, 11 rebs). Fourth straight double-double was against LMU in the conference opener (18 points, 11 rebs)...17 double-doubles on the season...Tied career-high rebounds in the win at Pepperdine..Recorded 22 points and 10 rebounds in the conference tournament semifinals vs BYU...Played career-high 40 minutes in 2017 NCAA Tournament opener vs VCU.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2015-16):  One of six players, the only non-starter, to appear in all 35 games during the season ... averaged 14.5 minutes per game ... second on the team in field goal percentage at .613 ... among the league leaders in free throw percentage at .775 ... averaged 7.9 points and 3.9 rebounds per game ... scored in double figures 9 times ... scored career-high 24 points on 7-for-7 from the field and 10-of-12 from the free throw line against Pacific ... named WCC Player of the Week for his performance against the Tigers ... scored 9 points in the second half at Gonzaga on 4-of-5 shooting ... scored 16 points with 6 rebounds in 20 minutes at Pepperdine ... scored 14 points to go with 7 rebounds and 2 blocks in the win over BYU ... scored 15 points in 16 minutes (6-7 FG) against UC Davis ... scored 14 points on 6-for-8 shooting in 18 minutes against CSU Bakersfield ... went 10-of-15 from the field in three NIT games at the end of the season.

AS A FRESHMAN (2014-15): Appeared in 21 games as a true freshman ... averaged 2.1 points and 0.9 rebounds in 5.0 minutes per game ... led the team in field goal percentage at .613, but did not have enough attempts to qualify for league or national rankings ... registered a huge first half in home win over Portland, scoring a career-high nine points all before intermission ... scored eight points on 4 for 6 from the floor in 11 minutes at Gonzaga ... scored seven points and grabbed a rebound in just nine minutes against Northeastern ... scored first point of SMC career with a free throw against New Mexico State.

PRIOR TO SAINT MARY'S:  A 2014 graduate of Geelong Grammar School in Corio, Victoria, Australia ... participated with an Australian U19 National Team that played at a Four Nations Tournament in China during the summer of 2013 … began playing youth club basketball at age seven, but did not play two seasons as a teenager after moving to a boarding school program … played for Basketball Geelong's U18 and U23 sides … played for the U18 Victoria Country Men's Team at the Australian Junior Championships ... son of Clive and Suellen Landale.

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