2007-08 -- Summit League all-Newcomer team honoree... was the only true freshman named to the five-player squad... played in 31-of-32 games on the year, which included 21 starts... third on the team with an 11.7 scoring average... also averaged 3.3 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game... finished with a .425 (116-273) field goal percentage, a .387 (43-11) mark from long range and a .763 (87-114) mark from the charity stripe... ranked eighth in The Summit League in assists, eighth in assist/turnover ratio, 12th in steals, 12th in free throw percentage, 20th in minutes played and 23rd in scoring... led the team in assists (101) and was second in steals (36) for the season... scored in double figures in 22 games on the year, which included three games with 20 or more points... opened the year by scoring 10 or more points in 15-of-his-first-17 games... made his collegiate debut with a 16-point (7-of-9 from the floor), seven assist effort at nationally-ranked Kansas (11/11)... scored 13 points at Washburn (11/13)... netted 11 points and had six assists at Arizona (11/19)... finished with 17 points vs. Arkansas Tech (11/24)... had 10 points and a career-high eight assists vs. Florida Atlantic (11/26)... scored 10 points and grabbed seven boards at UTSA (11/29)... scored 19 points in back-to-back games vs. Eastern Washington (12/3) and at Oakland (12/6)... finished with 13 points, five rebounds and four assists in the win over Wichita State (12/15)... scored 12 points against both Northern Iowa (12/19) and Loyola Chicago (12/22)... netted 10 points vs. IUPUI (1/3) and 13 points at Missouri (1/8)... injured his ankle at South Dakota State (1/17), which forced him to miss the North Dakota State game (1/19)... finished with 10 points vs. Centenary (1/26) and 17 points on 7-of-14 shooting at IUPUI (2/2)... closed out the year with seven straight games in double figures, where he averaged 16.4 points per game... finished with 10 points vs. North Dakota State (2/14) and 12 points vs. South Dakota State (2/16)... had a 22-point scoring output at Oral Roberts (2/21), where he made 7-of-12 shots from the floor, 3-of-6 shots from long range and all five of his free throw attempts... posted a 20-point night at Centenary (2/23), where he scored 17 of the 20 points in the final three minutes of regulation and overtime... made 5-of-11 shots in the game, which included a 7-of-8 night from the free throw line... finished with 14 points and seven rebounds vs. IPFW (2/28)... netted a career-high 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting vs. Oakland (3/1)... closed out the year with a 14-point, eight rebound, seven assist game against IUPUI (3/8) at The Summit League Championship... recipient of UMKC's Jim and Sally Job Award, which is presented annually to a promising student-athlete... named to The Summit League Winter/Spring Academic all-League team.

High School -- Averaged 17.7 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals as a senior at Thornwood High School... First Team all-Sica East Conference selection as a junior and senior... two-time all-area honoree... led the Thunderbirds to a 23-7 overall record during senior campaign... led Thornwood to a state tournament appearance as a junior... earned three varsity letters on the court and three academic letters in the classroom... attended the same high school as New York Knicks forward/center Eddy Curry... was named the Rookie of the Year in football as a sophomore... high school coach was Coach Curran.

Personal -- Born on May 23, 1989... son of Calvin and Deborah Horne... full name is Reginald Lamont Hamilton Jr... majoring in physical therapy.

Points: 23 (twice)
Rebounds: 8 vs. IUPUI, 3/8/08
FGM: 9 (twice)
FGA: 18 at Florida Atlantic, 11/22/08
3FGM: 5 vs. Richmond, 11/25/08
3FGA: 9 at Loyola (Ill.), 12/13/08
FTM: 9 at Florida Gulf Coast, 11/26/08
FTA: 11 (twice)
Assists: 9 vs. Oakland, 12/4/08
Steals: 5 (twice)
Blocks: 3 at Missouri, 1/8/08
Minutes: 40 vs. Oakland, 12/4/08

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