NCAA Tournament Second Round: Colorado State vs. Missouri
2011-12 (JUNIOR) Started 17 games for the Rams despite being limited by concussion symptoms, which kept him out of six contests during the 2011-12 campaign...Grabbed 8.7 rebounds-per-game , the most of any CSU player and third most in the conference...Shot an impressive 65.3 percent from the floor during the course of the year and led the Rams with 1.9 steals-per-game...Earned third-team all-Mountain West honors...Tied a career-high 17 rebounds in CSU's NCAA tournament matchup against Murray State (March 15), the most of any Colorado State player since Dale Schlueter grabbed 19 in 1966...Recorded a double-double in the Rams' opening-round game of the Mountain West Tournament against TCU (March 8), with 16 points and 14 rebounds...Posted a double-double of 13 points and 15 rebounds, in addition to tying a career-high four steals, in CSU's win over No. 18/21 New Mexico (Feb. 21)...Eclipsed the 400-career rebound mark after pulling down 17 boards and scoring a career-high 23 points in CSU's victory over Air Force (Feb. 4)...Tied a career-high mark of four assists against TCU (Jan. 14), also added 11 points...Scored 11 points on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting, to help the Rams to a victory over in-state rival Northern Colorado (Dec. 22)..Recorded a game-high 11 rebounds in his first game back against Texas Southern (Dec. 19), after sitting out six outings due to a concussion...Posted four steals, four rebounds and five points against Stanford (Nov. 15)...Received academic all-Mountain West recognition.
2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) Concluded his sophomore season with 4.3 points on 61.0 percent shooting... Also contributed with 4.6 rebounds a contest, 17 total blocks and 35 steals, all second highest on the team... Named Mountain West Conference Sixth Man of the Year, the first CSU player to earn an individual postseason honor since Marcus Walker in 2008 (Newcomer of the Year)...Contributed six points and five rebounds in 29 minutes off the bench vs. New Mexico (March 10) at the MWC tournament... Was impressive defensively and on the boards, tying a career-best mark with two blocks and pulling down a game-high 13 rebounds in 21 minutes off the bench for CSU against the Horned Frogs (Feb. 16)... Was a game-changer on defense, collecting two steals, including one in the final seconds that sealed the victory over New Mexico (Feb. 12)... Notched the first double-double of his career, tallying 10 points and 11 rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench for the Rams at Wyoming (Feb. 5)...Shot 5-of-9 from the field - including 5-of 7 inside the arc - and also showed a strong defensive effort, tying a career best with two blocks against UW... Came off the bench vs. Air Force (Jan. 26) to score a season-high 11 points on 6-of-6 shooting, both career highs... Eclipsed 200 career rebounds with five boards against TCU (Jan. 15)... Pulled down a season-high 12 rebounds to help the Rams to a conference-opening victory over Wyoming (Jan. 4)... Scored six points and was in on two assists...Scored seven consecutive points in the first half at Denver (Nov. 18), part of a 9-0 Rams' run...Finished with 11 points, on a perfect 4-for-4 shooting night and nailed second three-pointer of his career during the 7-0 stretch...Also tied a career high with three steals.
2009-10 (FRESHMAN) Tied for second all-time among CSU freshmen, appearing in 32 games...Averaged 20.3 minutes a contest, fifth most on the team...Connected on more than half (52.9 percent) of his shots...Averaged 2.6 points per game...Held the third-best rebounding average on the team (4.2 points per game)...Blocked a team-high-tying 12 shots...Recorded 32 steals, third most on the team... Shot a perfect 6-for-6 from the floor and scored a career-high 15 points in a win over Yale on Dec. 31... Became the first Ram in more than two years to record 15 or more rebounds with 17 against San Francisco on Nov. 29, one rebound shy of the MWC freshman single-game record.
HIGH SCHOOL As a senior, averaged 15.6 points a contest while shooting .794 from the field (127-of-160)... Rated Colorado's No. 1 small forward by Scouts, Inc...In his junior season, averaged 18.6 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 3.3 steals per game...During his sophomore campaign, scored the game-winning basket in the semifinal contest of the 4A state tournament for Ralston Valley.
PERSONAL Born to Stan and Jennifer Hornung on April 27, 1991... Born in Long Beach, Calif., and raised in Arvada, Colo...One of four siblings: Brock, 21; Grant, 17; Elizabeth; 15...Father played football at the University of Colorado and Colorado State...Grandfather played collegiate basketball at Marquette...Majoring in business at Colorado State.