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#24 Humpty Hitchens
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
City/State: Chillicothe, Ohio
High School: Chillicothe/Akron
Major: Sports Management
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2011-12

  • Third Team All-CAA
  • Honorable Mention VaSID All-State
  • Finished seventh for scoring (14.9) in the CAA, thirteenth for field goals (.422), sixth for assists (3.7), first for made three-pointers (2.7), first for minutes played (36.5)
  • Finished tenth for scoring (14.2) in CAA league games, tenth for assists (3.2), tenth for three-pointers (.352%), second for made three-pointers (2.5), first for minutes played (37.0)
  • Ranked 30th nationally with 2.73 three-pointers per game as well as 44th with a .389 three-point field goal percentage
  • 22 games with 10+ points
  • Eight games with 20+ points
  • Four games with three or more steals
  • Eight games with five or more assists
  • Led the team with eight games hitting four or more three-pointers
  • Topped 20 points for the first time at JMU with 26 in opener vs. Canisius while topping his career high of 23 during freshman season at Akron. Added six rebounds, two assists and a steal
  • 17 points and four assists in loss at La Salle
  • Made five of seven attempted threes and first career double- double with 21 points and 10 assists in loss to Robert Morris
  • 16 points, nine assists, six rebounds and two steals in win over Rider
  • Limited to eight points and five assists but limited Penn star guard Zack Rosen and then hit game-winning runner in the lane
  • Game winner for second straight game with elbow jumper 2.8 seconds left as part of 20-point effort win at Hofstra
  • 12 points, four assits and three steals vs. Citadel in season-low 24 minutes due to fouls with last three-pointer going over 1,000 career points
  • 17 points, all in the first half, with five assits at George Washington
  • Playing through illness, matched career high with 26 points and six made three-pointers in comeback win against Stetson. Tied the game on three with 3.6 seconds remaining to sent to overtime while scoring 12 of final 18 JMU points in the game, all on threes
  • 23 points with five treys in home loss to Old Dominion while playing a career-high 43 minutes for a combined two-game total of 82 minutes in four days
  • 15 points with three baskets from the arc and four assits against Hampton
  • Broke out of a 9-for-30 slump by hitting 9-of-14 at UNCW to post a career-high 27 points. Had 17 in the first half when he hit 4-of-5 three-point attempts
  • Eight assists and 14 points in home loss to Hofstra
  • Matched career high with 27 points and seven assists at George Mason
  • 20 points while matching career high with six three-pointers at ETSU
  • 18 points while hitting 5-for-8 three-pointers along with four assists and three steals
  • Injured shoulder and left Georgia State game with 13:30 remaining second half

2010-11

  • Ranked 15th overall in the CAA for average steals per game (1.1), seventh for 3-point field goal percentage (41.6) and ninth for average 3-point field goals made per game (1.9).
  • In conference games, was ranked sixth overall for 3-point field goal percentage (41.8) and tied for eighth in average 3-point field goals made per game (2.1).
  • His 32 starts ranked seventh in JMU season history
  • After one season, ranked third in JMU career history for three- point percentage (.416)
  • Reached 10 points in 14 games and five rebounds in three games
  • Reached five assists in three games, three three-point field goals in nine games, and five rebounds in three games
  • First JMU double-figure game with 11 points & 4 rebounds vs. Princeton
  • Reached 10 points in all three CBE Harrisonburg games vs. Princeton (11), Presbyterian (10), & Bucknell (12)
  • Season highs of 18 points and five assists at Longwood with 4-of-7 shooting on three-pointers and 4-of-4 at free-throw line
  • 11 points, including three key second- half treys, in win at Kent State
  • Team-high 17 points, including 5-of-6 on three-pointers, in rallying win at William and Mary
  • 13 points with a trio of three-pointers vs. Georgia State
  • Career highs of nine assists and six rebounds to go with three steals and three points in home win over UNC Wilmington
  • 12 points on four three-pointers while playign all 40 minutes at Old Dominion
  • 16 points in loss to W&M while hitting just five of his season-high 14 attempts
  • Seven points and career-high seven rebounds to go with five assists and three steals in home loss to VCU
  • 15 points including a key stretch of seven straight points in the final five minutes in JMU's win over Miami. Improved to 5-1 career vs. RedHawks having faced them previously in the MAC at Akron
  • Eight points, five boards, and three assists in final home loss to Old Dominion
  • Went 4-for-5 on three-pointers to help JMU beat VCU

2009-10 at Akron:

  • Ranked fourth in the Mid-American Conference in league play in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.84)
  • Appeared in 33 games for Akron with 22 starts, including the final 16 games of the season
  • Fourth for the Zips averaging 8.5 points per game while leading the team with 91 assists and ranking third with 28 steals
  • 14 double-figure scoring games
  • Season-high 17 points achieved twice, once each in wins against Drake and Ball State
  • 14 games of four or more assists
  • Set a career high and Akron season high with five steals in MAC semifinals against Western Michigan
  • Set a career best with 40 minutes played, 16 points, five rebounds, and four assists in a double-overtime win over Eastern Michigan in MAC Tournament
  • 2009-10 CollegeInsider.com Preseason Mid-Major All-American
  • Named to the All-Mid-American Conference East Division Preseason Team

2008-09 at Akron:

  • Named to the All-Mid-American Conference Freshman Team
  • Played in 35 of a possible 36 games, including a streak of 30 consecutive starts
  • Tied for second-most games played by a freshman in Akron history (35)
  • Reached double-figure minutes played in all but three games and scored in double figured 17 times
  • Led Akron with 78 assists, second with 44 steals, and fourth with 8.8 points per game.
  • Left ankle sprain limited action in MAC Tournament but rebounded to post 10 points in championship-game victory over Buffalo
  • Played seven minutes in 2009 NCAA Tournament appearance as 13th -seeded Akron fell to #4 Gonzaga 77- 64
  • Career-high 23 points (7-for-13 field goals, 6-for-8 three-pointers) against North Carolina A&T
  • His 45 three-pointers were fourth-best by a freshman in program history
  • Nine games with four or more assists
  • Led the Zips in scoring on seven occasions and led in assists 15 times

Before College:

  • Played scholastically for Gary Kellough at Chillicothe High School
  • Four-year basketball letterwinner for the Cavaliers while finishing with 1,753 total points
  • Led Chillicothe to a 25-2 record and the 2008 Ohio Division II State Championship, its first state tournament appearance since 1930. Led Cavaliers with 24 points in both the title game 70-69 win over Toledo Libbey (with JMU's Julius Wells) and the semifinals 78-70 win over Poland Seminary
  • As a senior, averaged 21.7 points, 6.0 assists, and 5.0 rebounds while being named First Team All-Ohio, First Team All- Southeast District, Southeast District Division II Player of the Year, All-SEOAL, SEOAL South Division Most Valuable Player, District 14 First Team, District 14 Player of the Year, District 14 North/South All-Star Game representative
  • At Chillicothe, was named school's Co- Player of the Year, the top three-point shooter, and Co-Offensive Player of the Year
  • As a junior, averaged 18.5 points while leading the Cavaliers to a 20-4 record and making a run to the state regional championship
  • Named Second Team All-Ohio, First Team All-SEOAL, and First Team All-Southeast District
  • Also played two years of football
  • On Honor Roll all four years

Personal:

  • Son of Kristina Ware as well as Missy and the late Craig Hitchens
  • Sports Management major
  • Enjoys listening to music, spending time with family and friends, and shopping

JMU Career Statistics

  Minutes  Total  3-Point  F-Throws  Rebounds   
Year  gp-gs  min  avg  fg  fga  pct  fg  fga  pct  ft  fta  pct  off  def  tot  avg  pf  fo  ast  t/o  blk  stl  pts  avg 
2010-11   33-32  1007  30.5  102  257  .397  64  154  .416  25  40  .625  64  73  2.2  76  66  43  35  293  8.9 
2011-12   30-30  1095  36.5  158  374  .422  82  211  .389  49  75  .653  10  58  68  2.3  86  111  89  39  447  14.9 
TOTAL  63-62  2102  33.4  260  631  .412  146  365  .400  74  115  .643  19  122  141  2.2  162  177  132  74  740  11.7 


Career Highs

Pts

 27

  2x, George Mason 1/28/12

Reb

  7

  VCU 2/5/11

FG

 10

  2x, Georige Mason 1/28/12

FGA

 21

  2x, George Mason 1/14/12

3FG

  6

  3x, ETSU 1/30/12 

3FGA  

 14

  Stetson 12/30/11

FT

  6

  2x, George Mason 1/14/12

FTA

 10

  2x, George Mason 1/14/12

Ast

 10

  Robert Morris 11/22/11

Bl

  1

  3x, Delaware 2/4/12

Stl

  5

  Western Michigan 3/12/10

Min

 43 

  Old Dominion 1/2/12

 


 

Getting to know Humpty...

What attracted you to JMU?
The people

What's your major and why?
Sports management

What do you enjoy doing in your free time other than basketball?
Cooling out, listening to music, and clowning around with my friends.

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Rome

Where do you see yourself in five years?
In another country

When did you start playing basketball?
When I was a young boy

What is your most memorable basketball moment?
Winning state championship , and going to the NCAA tournament

What are your goals this season? Both individually and as a team.
All defensive team and go to the Dance

What is the bravest thing you have ever done?
Buried my Dad

Where is the best place you have been on a holiday?
Miami

What is your favorite part about the new football stadium?
Fans

What sport would you play if you didn't play basketball?
Football

What advice would you give this year's freshman class?
Stay focus and listen, UNDERSTAND THE REASON YOU IN COLLEGE... AND DON'T GET CAUGHT UP IN THE LIFE.

What are you going to miss most about JMU when you graduate?
The people

Which teammate of yours could you most likely see playing another sport?
AJ DAVIS, FOOTBALL

What song do you listen to before games to get the right mindset?
Till the day I die... trey songz

Favorite

Sport to Watch: basketball and football
NFL team: Mick Vick
NBA team: LeBron James
MLB team: Yankees
Pro Athlete: Lebron

Song: MONEY ON MY MIND
Movie: LOVE AND BASKETBALL                   
TV Show: ESPN
Reality TV Series: THE GAME
Food: CHICKEN
Car: CHEVY
Restaurant: RED LOBSTER
Actor/Actress: MARTIN
Holiday: THANKSGIVING

Pick One

XBOX or Playstation: PS3
Twitter or Facebook: TWITTER
Wendy's or McDonald's: WENDY'S
Super Bowl or World Series: SUPER BOWL
D Hall or E Hall: EHALL
Winter or Summer: SUMMER