Mikhail McLean

    Nassau, Bahamas

    High School:
    Second Baptist High (Houston)

    Height / Weight:
    6-6 / 210



    Health Education in Graduate School

    Mikhail  McLean


    Houston Well Represented on American All-Academic Team

    Cougars continue academic success; 160 student-athletes earn All-Academic honors


    Postgame Quotes: Houston 72, ECU 54

    Postgame Quotes: Houston 72, ECU 54


    Postgame Quotes: Tulsa 57, Houston 44

    Postgame Quotes: Tulsa 57, Houston 44


    Men's Basketball Takes Down Rice

    Mikhail McLean, a senior, had a career-high 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting


    Postgame Quotes: Houston 59, Rice 48

    Postgame Quotes: Houston 59, Rice 48


    Men's Basketball vs. Cincinatti (USATSI)

    Men's Basketball falls to Cincinatti on the road, 67-54 (USATSI)


    Houston vs. Memphis

    USATSI Photos men's basketball vs. Memphis -- 12/31/14


    Houston vs. Memphis (USATSI Gallery)

    Houston men's basketball


    Houston vs. Rutgers (USATSI)

    Houston vs. Rutgers (USATSI)


    Houston vs. UConn

    Houston goes on the road to face UConn

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    2014-15 Game-by-Game | 2013-14 Game-by-Game
    2012-13 Game-by-Game | 2011-12 Game-by-Game
    2010-11 Game-by-Game

    • Conference USA Winter Spirit of Service Award
    • 2014-15 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
    • 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
    • 2012-13 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
    • 2010-11 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

    SENIOR (2014-15)
    Competed in 15 games... Missed the first five games after recovering from foot surgery... Made his season debut in win against Houston Baptist... Dished out an assist in two minutes against the Huskies... Scored four points with three rebounds in only seven minutes at Cincinnati... Led the Cougars with a career-high 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field against Rice... Also added two rebounds and a pair of assists against the Owls... Broke a bone in in foot in practice on Feb. 3 and missed the rest of the season.

    JUNIOR (2013-14)
    Competed in 28 games with 16 starts... Made his season debut against Texas State... Finished with four points, five rebounds, an assist and two steals against the Bobcats... Scored eight points on 3-of-4 shooting with five rebounds against Lehigh at the Progressive Legends Classic... Scored four points with three rebounds against Rice during the Dickies Shootout.

    Competed in 26 games with 11 starts... Received the Conference USA Winter Spirit of Service Award and earned a place on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll... Made six consecutive starts late in the season... Made his season debut against Florida A&M in the season-opening win... Earned his first start of the season at TCU... Finished with two points and nine rebounds, including six offensive, with a block against the Horned Frogs... Blocked three shots against Texas Southern... Returned to the lineup against UCF... Finished with two points and three rebounds against the Knights... Made a key steal late in overtime to help the Cougars seal the win... Scored eight points on 4-of-5 shooting with three rebounds against Tulane... Finished with 12 points and seven rebounds against Marshall... Connected on 6-of-9 free throws and posted two assists against the Thundering Herd. C-USA Championship: Hit 1-of-2 free throws with 16 seconds left to give the Cougars a 4-point lead against Rice during the First Round.

    Game Highs
    Points 14 vs. Rice (1/28/15)
    FG 7 vs. Rice 1/28/15)
    FGA 9 vs. Rice (1/28/15)
    3FG None
    3FGA 1 (3X) Most recently
    vs. Mississippi Valley State (12/28/14)
    FT 6 vs. Marshall (3/2/13)
    FTA 9 vs. Marshall (3/2/13)
    Rebounds 9 at TCU (12/4/12)
    Assists 2 vs. Marshall (3/2/13)
    Steals 3 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/30/13)
    Blocks 3 vs. Texas Southern (12/8/12)
    Minutes 31 vs. Texas State (11/8/13)

    SOPHOMORE (2011-12)
    Competed in the first five games of the season... Lost for the remainder of the year after being diagnosed with a stress fracture in his right foot in early December... Received a medical redshirt... Made his season debut against Grambling State during the season opener... Finished with eight points and seven rebounds in 20 minutes against the Tigers... Grabbed two rebounds and dished out an assist against TCU.

    FRESHMAN (2010-11)
    Competed in 27 games with seven starts... Started three of the last four games... Made his collegiate debut against Nicholls State during the season opener... Scored six points, including 4-of-4 from the free throw line, against Northwestern Oklahoma State... Scored six points with a rebound and blocked shot at Sam Houston State... Earned his first collegiate start at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... Finished with six points and a rebound in 19 minutes against the Islanders... Scored two points with three rebounds, an assist and steal against Rogers State... Recorded six points with a rebound in 10 minutes at Southern Miss during the Conference USA opener... Grabbed three rebounds at SMU... Returned to the starting lineup against UAB... Finished with six points, four rebounds and a blocked shot against the Blazers. C-USA Championship: Recorded four points with four rebounds and a steal against Marshall.

    Lettered for head coach Roger Kollmansberger... also competed on the track and field team as a 400-meter hurdler... chose Houston over Boston College, Auburn, Arkansas, Cleveland State and Detroit... member of Honor Roll for four straight seasons. Senior (2009-10): Named team captain.. attended Reebok All-America Camp... averaged 13.2 points and 4.4 rebounds per game... Earned Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools All State-Second Team honors... Helped lead the Fighting Eagles to a 32-6 overall record... Recorded four 20-point games, including a season-high 24 points against St. Michael's and Antonian Prep... Grabbed a season-best 11 rebounds against Emery-Weiner and snared 10 boards against Westbury Christian... Finished with a team-high 16 points against San Antonio's Clark High during the South Padre Island Beach Bonanza championship game. Junior (2008-09): Scored 42 points against Wheatley High.

    Full name is Mikhail Leron McLean... Name is pronounced Mick-Hale Muh-Clean... Born Aug. 15, 1991, in Nassau, Bahamas... Son of Leroy and Olivia McLean... Received his bachelor's degree in health promotions in December 2013... Completed baccalaureate work in 2013-14 and is attending graduate school at UH in 2014-15... Majoring in health education in graduate school... Chose Houston over Boston College, Auburn, Arkansas, Cleveland State and Detroit.


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