Height: 5'9"
Weight: 170lbs.
Class: Freshman
City/State: Jackson, Miss.
High School: Forest Hill HS
Major: Sports Administration
Experience: High School


Started 14 of 34 games, but posted his highest scoring average and highest field goal, three-point field goal, rebound and assist totals in concluding his four-year career … Averaged 11.8 points per game, with 123 made field goal, 74 treys, 86 rebounds and 88 assists … Played in all 34 games … 24 games in double figures for the season, 72 for his career … Played in 125 total games, starting 93 ... Connected for 242 career three-pointers, second-most in program history … Stringer’s 1,365 career points finished the year third among active SEC players and 20th on LSU’s all-time list … Handed out 315 career assists which is ninth on LSU’s all-time list … Had 130 career steals, 16th on LSU’s all-time list … Hit 40.2 percent from three-point range (74-of-184), fourth best in the SEC … Made 81 percent at the free throw line (81-of-100), and 78.7% over four-years (281-of-357) … Career high scoring of 23 points at Ole Miss (1/15) and had 22 in the regular season finale against Georgia (3/8) … Opened the season with back-to-back 21 point games at UMass (11/12) and Northwestern State (11/16) … The NSU game was also the contest he became the 39th player in LSU history to top 1,000 career points … Six career 20-point games … Hit 5 treys twice, including in career finale in the NIT at SMU … Played in three-postseason games in career as Tigers made NIT in sophomore and senior seasons … Had seven assists three times in his career, twice in 2013-14 (vs. Rhode Island and Auburn) … Positive assists to turnover ratio all four years including 88-44 (2.0) this season.

Averaged in double figures for the third straight season with a 10.4 scoring average … He also averaged 2.0 assists and a 10.4 scoring average … He also averaged 2.0 assists and 1.9 rebounds a game … Appeared in all 31 games, starting 25 and averaged 30.6 minutes per game … Continued his strong improvement from the arc, hitting 67 treys and 40.9 percent of his three-pointers … As a freshman, his 29.5 percent and 31.7 percent as a sophomore … Five games this season with four assists … Made 6 threes at Marquette (12/22), hitting 6-of-10 …. First player to hit 6 treys in a game since 2009 … Had season high of 20 points in that game, one off his twice-scored career high of 21 … Played 39 minutes twice … Career best of seven rebounds at Missouri (3/2).

Started 24-of-28 games played (miss five non-conference games because of injury), averaged 10.1 points per game, 2.0 rebounds per game and 2.7 assists a contest … Averaged a team high 32.2 minutes per game … 16 games in double figures … Season high of 20, one off high against South Alabama (11/23) … Hit 6-of-10 field goals, including 3-of-6 three-pointers and season high 5 free throws … Best SEC game of the year was against Georgia (2/22), scoring 18 points, again hitting 6 field goals, including 4 treys … Best assist game was the NIT game at Oregon to conclude the season with 6 … Eight games of 4 assists or more this season … Three times in first two years played 39 minutes … Had double figure scoring all three post-season games – 11 vs. Arkansas and Kentucky in the SEC Tournament and 10 in the NIT … Made 6-of-14 treys (42.8 percent) in the post-season.

Averaged 11.2 points per game and 2.6 assists while playing in all 32 games, starting 30 … Averaged a team high 30.7 minutes a game … Led the team in three-pointers made with 57 while also making 77.2 percent of free throws (98-127) … 19 games in double figures … Season high of 21 twice – season opener vs. Northwestern State (11/12) and at South Alabama (11/28) … Best of six rebounds vs. McNeese (12/16) … Hit four three pointers in five different games … Made 11-of-12 free throws in the win over Houston (11/30) … Best of seven assists in win over Arkansas (1/12) … 10 games of four assists or more.

Named Mr. Basketball in the state of Mississippi … Coaches at Forest Hill by Clay Norton and Robert Stewart … Two-time Gatorade Mississippi Player of the Year … All-time leading scorer at Forest Hill High School, averaging 26 points a game and nine assists … Scored over 2,400 points in his career … Had 61 points in one game versus Jim Hill High School … Player in the Mississippi-Alabama all-star basketball game at the end of the year.

Born in Atlanta, Ga., on Dec. 4, 1991 … Parents are Frances and Michael Stringer … One older brother, Michael ...Major is sports administration … Hobbies include video games … Favorite food is macaroni and cheese … Favorite NBA team is the New Orleans Pelicans and favorite NBA player is Chris Paul … Favorite athlete outside the NBA is boxer Floyd Mayweather … Listed his brother as the biggest influence … Favorite singer is Alicia Keys.

Top Career Performances
Points: 23, at Ole Miss, 1/15/14
Rebounds: 7, twice
Field Goals Made: 7, nine times
3 PT FG Game: 6, at Marquette, 12/22/12
Free Throws Made: 11, vs. Houston, 11/30/10
Assists: 7, three times
Blocks: 2, two times
Steals: 5, Rhode Island, 1/4/14/
Minutes Played: 39, four times

Top Career Scoring Games
1. 23, at Ole Miss, 1/15/14
2. 22, vs. Georgia, 3/8/14
3. 21, vs. Northwestern State, 11/16/13
3. 21, at UMass, 11/12/13
3. 21, at South Alabama, 11/28/10
3. 21, vs. Northwestern State, 11/12/10
7. 20, at Marquette, 12/22/12
7. 20, vs. South Alabama, 11/23/11
9. 19, five times


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Media Day: Andre Stringer
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