Wyoming Seeks 15th-Straight Nonconference Win in Arena-Auditorium
Pokes Make 12 Threes for Sixth Best Mark in Program History
Game Tips at 2 p.m. MT in Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings, Mont.
Wyoming Wins 14th-Straight Nonconference Game in Arena-Auditorium
Pokes Seek 14th-Straight Nonconference Home Win
Men's Basketball defeated Nevada, 64-58; Credit: USA Today (USATSI)
USATSI photos men's basketball -- 2/7/15
Wyoming vs. Boise State
Men's Basketball, USATSI gallery -- 11/1614
2013-14: McManamen redshirted the 2013-14 season and did not play in a game, but did help the Cowboys by serving on the scout team.
2012-13: McManamen made 19 appearances for Wyoming during the 2012-13 season, including making his first career start at Boise State on Feb. 9. His top performance was a career-high 10 points at CSU Bakersfield on Feb. 6, as he went 3-of-3 from the field in a career-high 22 minutes of action. McManamen played in double-figure minutes in six games during the season, including 10 against South Dakota on Nov. 15 when he scored his first career points. He finished the season with 30 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. In the classroom, he was named to the MW Academic-All Conference team.
Before Wyoming: An in-state product of Torrington, McManamen was the top 2012-13 basketball prospect in Wyoming after a standout prep career for coach Adrian Gross at Class 3A Torrington High School. McManamen earned All-State and All-Conference honors his last three seasons, while helping guide the Trailblazers to two state titles and a third-place finish during that stretch.
During his senior season in 2011-12, McManamen was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for Wyoming and the Panhandle Prep Player of the Year after averaging 19.3 points, 9.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.4 steals. He shot 49 percent from the floor, including 34 percent from deep, as Torrington won the state title at 23-5 overall.
As a junior, McManamen averaged a team-high 16.5 points to go with 3.1 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game in leading the Trailblazers to an overall record of 25-5 and third-place finish in the state. He shot 49 percent from the floor during the season.
During his sophomore campaign, McManamen led the squad with 19.1 points and 7.4 rebounds per contest en route to a state title and 20-8 overall record. He also collected 2.0 assists per game, while shooting 50 percent. For his efforts, he was named the Scottsbluff Star Herald Player of the Year.
With his AAU team, McManamen was named to the Top of the Rockies All-Tournament team the summer after his sophomore and junior seasons.
In the classroom, McManamen was on the Honor Roll all four years and was a member of National Honor Society.
Personal: The son of Mike and Amy McManamen, Jason was born on May 8, 1994, in Powell, Wyo. He has one sister, Daniel, and one brother, Ryan. Jason is majoring in business administration at Wyoming. He was also recruited by Montana, Montana State and Northern Colorado.