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Zak  Irvin


Fishers, Ind.

High School:
Hamilton Southeastern

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215



Kornacki: Irvin Becoming Versatile Force for Wolverines

Kornacki: Irvin Becoming Versatile Force for Men's Basketball


U-M Uses School-Record Three-Point Output to Blast Bryant

Men's Basketball Uses School-Record 17 Triples to Blast Bryant


Irvin Goes for Double-Double; U-M Falls in B1G Quarters to Badgers

Men's Hoops Falls to Badgers in B1G Quarters Despite Irvin Double-Double


Kornacki: Leaders Albrecht, Irvin Finish Off Buckeyes

Kornacki: Leaders Albrecht, Irvin Finish Off Buckeyes


Wolverines Ride Big First Half to Victory over No. 24 Buckeyes

Men's Hoops Rides Big First Half to Victory over No. 24 Buckeyes


Men's Basketball Highlights - Penn State


Men's Basketball Highlights vs. Syracuse

U-M held off Syracuse Tuesday night at Crisler Center.


Men's Basketball Highlights vs. Oregon

U-M held off Oregon for a spot in the Legends Classic final


Men's Hoops Cruises Past Bucknell

Michigan used a dominant first half to topple Bucknell, 77-53.


Men's Basketball Highlights vs. Hillsdale College

Michigan prevailed Saturday in its season opener against Hillsdale College.


Xavier vs. Michigan

Michigan hosts the Musketeers.


Men's Basketball vs. Coppin State

December 22, 2014


Michigan Career
• Played in 89 career games, has not missed a game in two straight seasons
• Holds a 60-30 career record
• Academic All-Big Ten (2015)
• Two-Time U-M Academic Achievement Award (2014, `15)
• U-M's Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player (co) (2015)
• U-M's Loy Vaught Rebounding Award (2015)
• U-M's Iron Man Award (2015)
• U-M's Wayman Britt Outstanding Defensive Player (2015)
• Helped U-M to highlighted wins against Syracuse (68-65) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; vs. Oregon (70-63) in the semifinal of the Legends Classic and 24/23 Ohio State (64-57) (2015)
• U-M's Sixth Man Award (2014)
• Two-time, Freshman of the Week (Dec. 2 and Dec. 23) (2013)
• Helped U-M to a 28-9 overall record, fourth straight season program has won 20-plus wins (2014)
• Helped U-M defeated three straight top-10 opponents for the first time in school history-- at No. 3 Wisconsin (77-70); against No. 10 Iowa (75-67) and at No. 3 Michigan State (80-75) (2014)
• Helped U-M win its first outright Big Ten Championship since 1986, winning the league by three games (15-3) (2014)
• Helped U-M to its first No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament and advance to championship game for first time since 1998 (2014)
• Helped U-M earn the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament Midwest region, the program's fourth straight NCAA Tournament appearance (2014)
• Helped U-M advance to the Elite Eight for second straight year, before falling to Kentucky, 75-72, on a last second three-point field goal (2014)

Junior (2015-16)
• Played in 20 games with 19 starts
• Had summer back procedure, causing him to miss preseason and season opener
• Averaging 10.1 points per game
• Posted nine games in double figures
• Posted fourth career double-double with 19 points, 11 rebounds against Minnesota (Jan. 20)
• Scored a season-best 22 points, helping the Wolverines to a highlighted win over No. 3 Maryland, 70-67 (Jan. 12)
• Shooting numbers are steadily improving as he continues to get back into shape from back procedure -- shooting 42.9 percent from the field but 30.1 percent from long range
• Averaging a career-best 3.6 assists; with a career-best nine at SMU (Dec. 8); has seven games of four-plus assists
• Averaging 4.5 rebounds per game; recorded a season-best 12 against Rutgers (Jan. 26)
• Helped U-M to a fifth place finish in "Battle 4 Atlantis"
• Helped the Wolverines set a "Battle 4 Atlantis" tournament record with 102 points against Charlotte (Nov. 26, 2015)
• Helped the Wolverines set a single-game record of 3-point field-goals (17) made against Bryant (Dec. 23)

Sophomore (2014-15)
• Helped U-M to a 16-16 overall record
• Started all 32 games, only Wolverine to do so
• One of two Wolverines to play in all 32 games, along with Kameron Chatman
• Averaged 14.3 points per game, scoring 456 total points
• Had 27 double figure scoring games
• Had 20-plus points in five games
• Scored a career-best 28 points at Northwestern (March 3)
• Averaged 4.8 rebounds per game, grabbing 153 total boards
• Had five-plus rebounds in 15 games
• Had three games with 10 plus rebounds
• Grabbed a career-best 12 rebounds against Nebraska (Jan. 27)
• Posted three double-doubles -- Nebraska (14 points, 12 rebounds); at Northwestern (28 points, 11 rebounds) and vs. Wisconsin (21 points, 11 rebounds) in the Big Ten Tournament (March 13)
• Shot 40.2 percent (163-for-405) from the floor
• Made a career-best-tying nine field goals, two times -- at Indiana (Feb. 8) and vs. Wisconsin at the Big Ten Tournament
• Attempted a career-best 18 field goals vs. Wisconsin
• Shot 35.5 percent (77-for-217) from beyond the arc
• Made a team-best 77 three-pointers, this was sixth in the Big Ten and ranks as the seventh best by a Wolverine in a season
• Had three-plus three-pointers in a game in 16 games
• Made a season-best four three-pointers, four times
• Attempted a career-best 11 three-pointers, two times -- Syracuse (Dec. 2) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and against SMU (Dec. 20)
• Shot 69.7 percent (53-for-76) from the free throw line
• Made a career-best nine free throws on a career-best 10 attempts at Northwestern
• Recorded 49 assists (1.5 apg), with a career-best six assists vs. Illinois (March 12) in the Big Ten Tournament
• Posted three-plus assists over the last six games of the season, tallying nearly half of his season total (23-of-49)
• Had three-plus assists in eight games
• Recorded three blocks, with a career-best-tying one block, three times
• Recorded 33 steals, with a career-best three steals, three times
• Averaged a team-best 36.2 minutes per contest, which ranked second in the Big Ten and among the top 50 in the nation (44th)
• Played 30-plus minutes in 28 games
• Played 40-plus minutes in six games
• Played a career-high 49 minutes in double overtime game at Northwestern (March 3).

Freshman (2013-14)
• Played in all 37 games all off the bench, one of seven Wolverines to do so
• Averaged 6.7 points per game, scoring 227 total points
• Scored in double figures in nine games
• Scored a season-best 24 points against Coppin State with the help of six three-pointers
• Scored a Big Ten season best 19 points at Iowa (Feb. 8)
• Averaged 1.3 rebounds per game, grabbing 49 total boards
• Grabbed a season-best six rebounds, two times -- vs. Charlotte (Nov. 24) in the championship game of the Puerto Rico Tipoff and Stanford (Dec. 21) in the Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational
• Had 73 percent of offense come from long range -- 62 triples on 85 total field goals
• Shot 43.4 percent (85-for-196) from the field
• Had a career-best nine field goals against Coppin State
• Shot 42.5 percent (62-for-146) from three-point range
• Second on the team with 62 triples
• Had three-plus three-pointers in eight games
• Made a career-best six three-pointers against Coppin State
• Made five three-pointers in road win at Minnesota (Jan. 2)
• Shot 71.4 percent (15-for-21) from the free-throw line
• Recorded 13 assists, with a season-best three assists against Coppin State
• Recorded three blocks, with a career-best one block, three times
• Recorded nine steals
• Averaged 15.4 minutes per game
• Played 20-plus minutes in nine games
• Played a season-best 27 minutes at Minnesota.

Prep Career
• Hamilton Southeastern (2013)
• Coached by Brian Satterfield
• Indiana's Mr. Basketball (2013)
• Indiana's Gatorade Player of the Year (2013)
• Associated Press Indiana All-State first team (2013), honorable mention (2012)
• IBCA/Subway All-State first team (2013)
• Helped Hamilton Southeastern to a 17-4 overall record and Hoosier Crossroads league title, 9-0 (2013)
• Lost to North Central (78-68 OT) in Class 4A Sectional 8 quarterfinal game, scoring 29 points and grabbing 10 rebounds (2013)
• Scored at least 20 points in 17 games, and at least 30 points in seven games (2013)
• Indiana "Core" Junior All-Star team (2012)
• Helped Hamilton Southeastern to 22-3 overall record and Hoosier Crossroads league title, 9-0 (2012)
• Advanced to the Class 4A Sectional 8 championship game after defeating North Central (86-83) in quarterfinal and Noblesville (73-65) in semifinal (2012)
• IBCA Underclass All-State honorable mention (2011)
• Helped Hamilton Southeastern to a 20-4 record and the Hoosier Crossroads league title, 9-0 (2011)
• Led Hamilton Class 4A Sectional 9 championship (2011)
• Advanced to Class 4A Regional quarterfinal (2011)
• AAU: Played with Eric Gordon All-Stars, Coached by Matt Green.

• Given name is Zakarie Tyler Irvin
• Born Sept. 5, 1994, on Fishers, Ind
• Son of Marcia and James Irvin
• Enrolled in the School of Kinesiology: Sport Management major

Personal Notes
• Right-handed
• Former high school teammate with Michigan State's Gary Harris at Hamilton Southeastern
• Both were back-to-back Indiana Mr. Basketball - Harris (2012) and Irvin (2013)
• Verbally committed to Michigan (July 31, 2011); Signed with Michigan (Nov. 16, 2012)


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