Jimmer Fredette, former BYU basketball star and founder of Fredette Family Foundation, successfully made 84 out of 100 three-point shots on Friday evening in efforts to raise money for Orem’s All-Together Playground.
Local BYU basketball celebrity Jimmer Fredette will shoot 100 three-pointers on June 10 at Orem High School to raise money for Orem’s All-Together Playground. The All-Together Playground will be accessible to kids who have disabilities and include features such as a swing that can be attached to a wheelchair.
BYU senior guard Kyle Collinsworth was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Year Tuesday.
Collinsworth was also named to the All-WCC First Team, along with senior guard Chase Fischer. Freshman guard Nick Emery was named to the All-WCC Second Team and and All-WCC Freshman Team.
Jimmer Fredette’s senior season at BYU was magical.
Fredette scored 49 points against the Arizona Wildcats midway through his junior season to set a new school record and ignite Jimmermania. He infected the whole country and especially the fans in Provo.
The basketball season came to an abrupt end March 17 against the Rebels of Ole Miss. Now that the sting of defeat has begun to wear off, Universe reporters J Mason Nordfelt and Sterling Randle are ready to hand out their post–season awards.
Brandon Davies has found a home in Philadelphia. The former BYU power forward, who anchored…