2017-18 (Junior): Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year… Big Sky Championship Most Outstanding Player… All-Big Sky Conference second team… Captains’ Award… Academic All-Big Sky Conference… Big Sky Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 15)… College Sports Madness Player of the Week (Nov. 20)… Started all 34 games for the Griz, averaging 32.2 minutes per contest (second)… Led UM with 48 steals and ranked second for scoring (15.8), assists (67) rebounding (5.5) and blocked shots (18)… Was the only player in the Big Sky to rank in the top 20 during league play for scoring (12th), rebounding (18th) and steals (fourth)… Tied for seventh in the Big Sky with 2.0 offensive rebounds per game… Scored in double figures 30 times, including each of UM’s first 12 games… Scored in double figures in UM’s final eight games, averaging 18.5 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists during the month of March… Helped UM win its first game over a Power-5 opponent since 2010 when the Griz knocked off Pitt (Nov. 13)… Scored 29 points in the win over the Panthers, including 16 in the final 8:32 of regulation and each of UM’s final 10 points, helping the Griz turn a four-point deficit into a six-point lead… Had at least one steal in eight consecutive contests from Nov. 26 through Dec. 30, including a career-high five at Georgia State (Dec. 9)… Was named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week on Jan. 15 after scoring 39 points in a win at Sacramento State (Jan. 13)… The point total was the most by a Griz player in eight seasons and was featured on SportsCenter during Kevin Connor’s Mid-Major Minute segment… Twenty-four of his points came in the second half, helping UM overcome a six-point halftime deficit… Became the 32nd player in school history to surpass 1,000 career points, doing so vs. Northern Arizona (Jan. 27)… Recorded two double-doubles (Feb. 8 vs. Portland State; March 3 vs. Idaho State)… Against the Bengals, his 15 rebounds were the most by a Grizzly since 2016… Averaged 21.0 points on 55.0 percent shooting during three games of the Big Sky Championship, earning MVP honors… Recorded 15 points, seven rebounds and three assists in UM’s NCAA tournament game vs. Michigan (March 15).
2016-17 (Sophomore): Named to the All-Big Sky Conference third team… Recipient of the Eaheart Memorial Award (most outstanding defensive player) for the second year in a row… Academic All-Big Sky Conference selection, also for the second consecutive season… Started 25 of 26 contests he played in, averaging 28.4 minutes per game… Ranked second on the team with 11.9 points per game (310 total points)… Was even better in Big Sky Conference games, averaging 13.3 points per game… Shot .481 from the floor overall, totaling 99 field goals (99-of-206)… Was UM’s second-leading rebounder (156, 6.0 average), including 52 on the offensive glass… Had 37 steals (second on the team), in addition to 43 assists (fifth) and eight blocked shots (fifth)… Was one of just seven players to rank in the top 20 in the Big Sky for both scoring (20th) and rebounding (ninth) during conference action… Also ranked sixth in the Big Sky for steals… Led UM in scoring three times and rebounding 11 times… From Dec. 31-Feb. 16, led the Griz in rebounding in 10 of 13 contests, including double figures in back-to-back contests (Jan. 14 vs. North Dakota and Jan. 19 at Portland State)… In UM’s win over the Bison, had a season-most 11 boards… Tallied a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at Portland State (Jan. 19), also adding season highs for assists (five) and steals (four)… Scored in double figures 16 times, including five consecutive games from Jan. 19-Feb. 4… During that stretch, had back-to-back 20-point games vs. Idaho (25 on Jan. 28) and Montana State (22 on Feb. 4)… Totaled a career-most five steals in a win over Idaho State (March 4), also adding 19 points… Prior to the season, was named to the College Sports Madness All-Big Sky Preseason fourth team… Missed the first five games of the season due to injury.
2015-16 (Freshman): Awarded the Eaheart Memorial Award as UM’s Most Outstanding Defender… Named to the Big Sky Conference Academic All-Conference team… Had a breakout season, becoming the second-highest true freshman scorer in UM history, averaging 11 points per game… The only other player in the Montana 1,000-point club to score more points as a freshman was Kevin Criswell, with 15.1 points per game in 2002-03… Led the Grizzlies with 34 steals on the season… Was UM’s second-leading rebounder, pulling down 4.4 boards per-game… Was a 40-percent field-goal shooter and shot .313 from behind the arc… Scored 17 points and pulled down five rebounds in his collegiate debut (Nov. 13 vs. Boise State)… Started in 30 of UM’s 33 games.
High School: Is a 2015 graduate of Chaminade Prep High School in Chatsworth, Calif. … Averaged 21.3 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a senior in 2014-15… Also contributed 2.4 assists and 1.9 steals, helping the Eagles to a 22-11 record and a semifinals appearance of the Southern California Division IV regional tournament… Scored 30 or more points in five games as senior… As a junior, was a key member of the Eagles’ California Division III state championship team that went 27-6… Scored a career-most 45 points, in addition to 13 rebounds, five assists and five steals, in a win over Village Christian… High school coach was Todd Wolfson.
Personal: Last name is pronounced: oh-GEE-nay… Born in Chatsworth, Calif. … Raised in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Parents are Samuel and Debra Oguine... Majoring in business marketing.