Stanley Umude (pronounced UH-Moo-day) played four seasons at South Dakota, … Graduated from South Dakota in the spring of 2021 with a degree in general studies … Scored 1,520 points in his South Dakota career to rank 11th on the Coyotes’ all-time list while pulling down 549 rebounds (24th in USD history) with 183 assists, 91 blocked shots (8th in USD history) and 55 steals.
• Scored 1,960 points in his collegiate carer.
2021-22 (Graduate Senior at Arkansas):
• Selected to play in the NABC Reese’s All-Star Game and the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.
• Made the Department’s Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) for Fall 2021 … Member of the Southeastern Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Leadership Council.
• Played in all 37 games, helping the Razorbacks reach the Elite 8, with 25 starts … Led the team in 3-point shooting at 37.1% (53-143), was second on the team in scoring (11.9) and added 4.6 rebounds.
• Penn: Had 19 points and seven rebounds in the win … Made 7-of-10 FG / 2-of-3 3PT.
• UCA: Game-high 19 points and added eight rebounds, two steals and two blocked shots … Was a bright spot with 14 first-half points, including nine over the final 8 minutes (Arkansas was down 2 then led by six at the half).
• @ Miss State: Had a team-best 19 points (7-of-12 FG and 2-of-4 3PT).
• Vandy: Pumped in 28 points … Scored 18 first-half points including 16 of the team’s first 21 points.
• @ LSU: Pulled down six rebounds … Sealed the win with an offensive rebound and put-back with 22 seconds (it was his lone offensive board, getting Au’Diese Toney’s tip-off a missed JD Notae free throw).
• Texas A&M: Had 15 points, SEC-best seven rebounds and tied a career high with three steals … Did so while playing a career-high 43:41 … Had a highlight-reel dunk with 1.2 seconds left to put the Hogs up three (76-73).
• West Virginia: With JD Notae battling foul trouble, Umude carried the offense in the first half with nine points and five rebounds (two offensive) … Finished with 12 points and eight boards (four offensive) and two blocked shots … Only played 7:39 in the second half and, after the game, Coach Muss said, “I thought Stan was awesome. Quite frankly, it will gnaw on me that he didn’t get more of an opportunity the last 11 minutes because he certainly deserved it.”
• @ Georgia: Led the Hogs to the win with a season-high 31 points, a season-high four assists and making a career-high six 3-pointers made … Added two steals and two blocked shots …Hit a layup with 3:26 left in the first half to give Arkansas a 1-point lead (44-43) —a lead the Hogs would not relinquish .. Also, up 4 (32-28) with 4 minutes left in the 1st half, Umude scored 23 points — including back-to-back 3’s to end the run for a 23-point lead — as part of a 41-14 run that went to the 10-minue mark of the 2nd half … CLICK to hear Muss talk about the back-to-back 3’s.
• @ Alabama: Had 19 points and 9 rebounds before fouling out with 3:32 to play.
• @ Missouri: Led the team with 23 points … Tied his career-high with six 3-pointers made and attempted a career-high nine triples … Made 3 triples during an 18-5 run to put the Hogs up 22-9 … In the second half after Mizzou got to within 11 with 5:2 left, scored seven points in a 10-2 run to put the game out of reach.
• Tennessee: For the second time this season and seventh time in his career, tied a career high with three steals.
• @ Florida: Once again tied his career-high with three steals while adding six rebounds (three on each end) … Added 11 points … Down one, hit a 3-pointer with 4:46 left to give Arkansas a lead it wold not relinquish.
• Kentucky: Scored 13 points thanks to making 3-of-5 from 3-point range … Added six rebounds … Twice with Arkansas down one inside the final 8:30, made 3-pointers.
• LSU: Led the team with 23 points and added five rebounds, an assist, a steal and a blocked shot … Made two 3-pointers late in the second half, one two cut the Razorback deficit to two with 4:03 left and another to get the Hogs to within one (71-70) with 2:10 left.
• @ Tennessee: Lone offensive bright spot in the first half with 8 points (3-6 FG, 1-3 3PT) … Hit a triple as part of a 14-2 to start 2nd half and made another in a 12-1 run inside the final five minutes.
• vs Texas A&M (SEC): Led the team with 20 points (7-of-13 FG, 3-5 3PT, 3-3 FT) … Hit back-to-back 3’s to get Arkansas to within three (47-44) then hit three free throws to make it a five-point game (52-47).
• vs Vermont (NCAA): In his first NCAA Tournament game, had maybe his best career game … Led the team with 21 points, making 3-of-4 from 3-point range … Tied his season-high with nine rebounds … Became the first Razorback to play 40 minutes in an NCAA tournament game and have zero turnovers … Was 6-of-6 at the line … The six makes was a season high and 6 attempts tied a season high … Made 2 free throws with 9:34 left to give Arkansas a lead it would not relinquish … Added two blocked shots
• vs New Mexico State (NCAA): Tied for the team lead with three assists while adding eight rebounds … Made two of the team’s three triples.
• vs Duke (NCAA): Had 14 points (4-of-8 FG; 2-of-6 3PT; 4-of4 FT) … Added two assists, two blocked shots and a steal.
2020-21 (Senior at South Dakota):
Tabbed first team All-Summit League … Voted NABC second team All-District 12 … Led the Coyotes in scoring, ranked ninth in the NCAA and was second in the Summit League with 21.6 points per game while averaging 20.9 points in league play … Ranked 32nd in the NCAA (2nd in the Summit League) free throws made (115) and 38th nationally (third in the conference) in defensive rebounds (6.48 average) … In the Summit League, ranked third in double-doubles (5), eighth in field goal percentage (.471), second in free throw attempts (144), eighth in free throw percentage (.799) and fifth in rebounds (7.0) … Scored a career-high 41 points, making 17 field goals in the process, versus South Dakota State … The 41 points tied for the fourth-best, single-game production in the nation for the season while his 17 field goals made were the most in NCAA Division I … Recorded 20-plus points 14 times and 30-plus points five times … Was one of three players in the nation to score 37 or more points twice … A two-time Summit League Player of the Week … The Summit League December Athlete of the Month … Recorded games of 24 and 23 in USD’s two games at the conference tournament in Sioux Falls, S.D., to earn a spot on the Summit League All-Tournament team.
2019-20 (Junior at South Dakota):
Earned second team All-Summit League … Started in all 32 games on the season … Second on the team with 16.7 points per game, a mark that increased to 17.1 points during conference play … Grabbed 6.3 rebounds per game which ranked second on the team … Swatted a team-high 1.3 blocks per game to rank second in the Summit League while is total of 43 ranks ninth-best on the USD single-season list … Ranked in the Summit League top 10 in scoring (9th, 16.7 ppg), free throws made (6th, 117), field goal percentage (.9th, .459), double-doubles (5th, 5) and defensive rebounds (5th, 5.84 avg.) … Scored a season-high 28 points against Western Illinois (Feb. 12) … Attempted a single-game record 20 free-throws and made 14 against Oral Roberts (Feb. 15) … Recorded 27 double-digit scoring games … Scored 20 or more points on nine occasions, which was second on the team … Grabbed 10 or more rebounds five different times, leading USD … Notched five double-doubles on the season, leading USD … Led USD in scoring 13 times … Recorded 43 blocks on the season, which ranked ninth in a single-season in program history … Voted preseason Summit League Player of the Year.
2018-19 (Sophomore at South Dakota):
Voted first team All-Summit League … Earned Summit League Player of the Week on Jan. 14 … Had the top freshman-to-sophomore year point-per-game increase in the nation at 13.3 points per game … Had the nation’s largest point-per-game increase for players who played for same Division I team in back-to-back seasons … Played in all 30 games making 18 starts … Averaged a team-best 14.4 points per game … Points per game average increased to 17.1 in conference games, ranking sixth in the league … Grabbed 5.5 rebounds per game, ranking second on squad … Ranked second in Summit League (1.23 avg.) and fourth in total rejections (37) … Led the team and was ninth in the league in field goal percentage (.491) … Scored a season-high 32 points at Purdue Fort Wayne (Jan. 30) … Became just the third Coyote in six seasons to tally 30-plus points … Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds at North Dakota State (Dec. 29) … Tallied three double-doubles on the season, leading USD … Had 10 or more rebounds on four occasions … Scored 20 or more points in eight games … Tallied double digits in 19 games … Led USD in scoring in 13 games.
2017-18 (Freshman at South Dakota):
Saw action in 14 games as a true freshman … One of two true freshmen to see action … Averaged 3.4 minutes and 1.1 points per game … Played a season-high 13 minutes against Northland College (12/21) … Scored a season-best nine points and grabbed a season-best three rebounds against Peru State (2/11) … Saw action in all three Summit League Tournament games.
Played at Warren High School … Averaged 23.2 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.4 blocks and 2.1 assists per game as a senior … Earned 28-6A All-District honors as a sophomore and senior … Averaged 24 points per game before sustaining an injury during junior season.
Son of Funmi Umude … Majored in kinesiology and sport management at South Dakota.