King-Dunbar has career game for Notre Dame de Namur

December 6, 2015

TreAnchorage’s Tre’Shawn King-Dunbar enjoyed the best game of his college career last night.

The junior guard for Notre Dame de Namur shot the ball beautifully as he collected a career-high 22 points on 8-of-11 shooting.

King-Dunbar, of Bartlett High fame, also collected a season-high four assists and two steals.

The 6-foot-1 starting guard was the only player on either team to have at least one point, one rebound, one assist, one steal and one blocked shot.

Sadly, his performance came in a losing effort as Notre Dame de Namur fell 66-56 setback to Academy of Art in the Pac West opener in Belmont, California.

King-Dunbar is averaging 8.4 points in seven games. He has reached double figures three times, but he’s also been held scoreless twice.