2011-12 (Junior) One of only two Falcons to start all 29 games ... averaged nine points and a team-high 4.8 rebounds per game ... led team with 28 blocked shots ... finished second on the team with 57 assists ... recorded first career double-double vs. VMI ... 18 points and career-high 12 rebounds vs. the Keydets ... shot 7-for-9 from the field and added two assists and two blocks ... also had double-double at Boise State (15 points, 10 rebounds) ... season-high three 3-pointers against the Broncos ... career-high 20 points vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore ... also tied career high with three steals vs. UMES ... game-high nine rebounds vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... career-high five assists against Western State and Chicago State ... shot 49.7 percent (91-183) from the field ... career-high six blocks vs. TCU, tied school record for single game ... ranked No. 5 in Mountain West with 0.96 blocks per game ... led conference with 1.36 blocks per game in league games only ... ranked No. 5 on school's career blocked shots list with 54.
2010-11 (Sophomore) Appeared in 30 games, started 29 of them ... season-high 19 points on 7-of-13 shooting vs. Evansville ... shot 5-for-10 from three-point range vs. the Purple Aces ... was 2-for-35 from 3-point land in his career entering that game ... his five 3-pointers were the most by any Falcon in one game that season ... 15 points (6-of-7 from the field) and six rebounds vs. Florida A&M ... 14 points and seven rebounds vs. North Carolina Central ... season-high nine rebounds and 41 minutes vs. Colorado College ... season-high four assists vs. UNLV and New Mexico ... career-high three steals vs. TCU ... season-high three blocked shots vs. Colorado College.
2009-10 (Freshman) Appeared in 25 games, started four ... season-high 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting vs. Niagara ... tied for team-high with 11 points at TCU ... season-high five rebounds vs. Washington State, Northern Arizona, UTEP and TCU ... season-high 26 minutes at UTEP ... made first career three-pointer at UNLV ... season-high two assists vs. Wyoming ... missed five games due to injury.
Before Air Force Led the USAFA Prep School in rebounding at 7.8 boards per game ... also paced the team with 96 blocked shots in 30 games ... finished fourth on the team in scoring at 9.8 ppg ... shot 47.2 percent from the field ... four-year letterwinner in basketball at Colorado Springs Christian School ... also lettered twice in volleyball and once in golf ... averaged 17.3 points, 11.5 rebounds and 4.9 blocks per game as a senior ... led the Lions to the 2008 3A state championship game ... named The Gazette's 2007-08 Small Schools Boys Basketball Player of the Year ... Class 3A first-team all-state selection by The Denver Post ... also led team to two volleyball state championships ... all-state selection in volleyball ... high school basketball coach was Alan Karg.
Personal Parents are Mike and Lisa Broekhuis ... has one sister, Morgan, and one brother, Kyle ... his sister is a junior and plays volleyball at the University of Nebraska ... his brother attends the USAFA Prep School ... worked the obstacle course and was a squadron athletic officer for Basic Cadet Training last summer ... active in his squadron as an element leader ... favorite books are The Hunger Games series ... reality show he would choose to be on is The Amazing Race with his sister ... greatest moment in sports was running on to the floor for the high school state championship game as a senior ... credits his parents with the greatest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 39.