BOISE, Idaho - Chance Garvin, a Colville Tribal Descendant and senior guard for the University of Idaho men’s basketball team, does a little bit of everything for the Vandals.
He’s currently third on the team in minutes played (25.0), fifth in scoring (5.5), third in rebounds per game at (3.0), third in assists per game at (2.0), tied for second in steals at (1.0 per game) and is fourth in 3-point percentage (33.3 percent). He also leads the team in made 3-point shots at three.
Garvin filled the stat sheet in the Vandals second game of the year, finishing with five points, five rebounds, four assists in 26 minutes of action as Idaho would fall to Sacramento State on the road 73-57 on Saturday (Dec. 5).
In his first game of the season Garvin finished with six points (both 3-point shots), two steals and a rebound in 24 minutes of action against Sacramento State in Big Sky Conference play. The Vandals lost 77-55 on Dec. 3 to open the conference schedule.
Idaho had their first three games of the season canceled (Seattle University, University of Portland and William Jessup University.
The Vandals play their rivals from next door as they make the short trip to Pullman to battle Washington State on Dec. 9 and play at Cal State Bakersfield on Dec. 12.