Travis Trice
Travis  Trice


Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170


Hometown/High School:
Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne


Minus Dawson, Spartans Rally For Senior Night Win Over Purdue

Travis Trice scored 18 of his career-high-tying 27 points in the second half, as Michigan State rallied from a nine-point first-half deficit for a 72-66 victory over the Boilermakers in the home finale.


Michigan State Outlasts Purdue, 72-66

Travis Trice led the team with 27 points and six assists in win over the Boilermakers.


Post-Game Notes - Purdue

Michigan State 72, Purdue 66


Seniors Get First Win in Ann Arbor; Complete Regular-Season Sweep Over U-M

Branden Dawson and Travis Trice combined for 45 points in MSU's 80-67 victory over Michigan Tuesday, as the Spartans recorded their first win in Crisler Center since 2010.


Post-Game Notes vs. Michigan

Michigan State 76, Michigan 66 (OT)


Men's Basketball vs. Purdue (USATSI)

Men's Basketball defeats Purdue, 72-66; Credit: USA Today (USATSI)


Men's Basketball vs. Illinois

February 22, 2015


Men's Basketball vs. Michigan (USATSI)

Men's Basketball defeats Michigan on the road, 80-67; Credit: USA Today (USATSI)


Michigan State vs. Ohio State (USATSI)

Valentine Sinks Game-Winner as Spartans Top Ohio State, 59-56


Michigan State vs. Northwesterm (USATSI)

Michigan State Cruises Past Northwestern, 68-44

Career Stats
2011-12 Game-by-Game Stats
2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats
2013-14 Game-by-Game Stats
2014-14 Game-by-Game Stats

Appeared in 36 games, starting eight, averaging 7.3 points, 1.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 22.3 minutes per contest • Ranked third in the Big Ten in overall 3-point field-goal percentage (.434) and second in conference games (.483) ... Ranked second on the squad in 3-point field goals made (53) and attempted (122) • Ranked 11th in the Big Ten in 3-point field goals made in conference games (1.6) • Scored in double-figures in 12 contests • Ranked fourth on the team in assists (84; 2.3 apg), including leading the squad in five contests • Shot a team-best .818 from the free-throw line • Ranked fifth on the team with 32 steals • Started five straight games from Feb. 6 through Feb. 20, averaging 9.2 points and 4.4 assists in that stretch, including an assist-to-turnover ratio of 11-to-1 (22 assists, two turnovers) • Averaged 9.3 points and 3.6 assists in his nine starts on the season, including posting a 5.8 assist-to-turnover ratio • Led MSU with 17 points against Iowa (3/6) • Scored a season-high 19 points in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Delaware, connecting on 7-of-8 shots, including 3-of-4 from 3-point range • Other top scoring efforts include 15 points, plus six assists, in a start against Mount St. Mary's (11/29), and 14 points and six assists while starting at Purdue (2/20) • Dished out a career-high eight assists at McNeese State (11/8), adding 11 points and a career-best tying five rebounds • Dished out seven assists and committed no turnovers in a start against Penn State (2/6) • Tallied six assists and no turnovers against Northwestern (2/13) • Recorded a season-high five steals against North Carolina (12/4) • Produced two or more steals in nine contests • Blocked a career-high two shots against Minnesota (1/11).

Appeared in 27 games, averaging 18.6 minutes and 4.8 points • Ranked second on the team in 3-point field-goal percentage (.402), ranking sixth in the Big Ten • Ranked third on the team in 3-point field goals made (29) and attempted (72) • Ranked fourth on the team in total assists (50) and third in assists per game (1.9) • Twenty-nine of his 41 made field goals were from 3-point range, the highest percentage on the team (.707) • Led the Spartans in assists in five games • Dished out a season-high five assists twice, against both Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/5) and Indiana (1/27) • Recorded four assists against Tuskegee (12/15) and Wisconsin (3/7) • Scored in double figures in four games, including a season-high 12 points against both Purdue (1/5) and Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/5) • Scored 11 points against both Penn State (1/16) and Loyola Chicago (12/8) • Suffered a concussion in the first game of the season against Connecticut in Germany (11/9) and missed the next five contests • Suffered his second concussion of the year against Illinois (1/31) and missed the next four games • Recorded 25 steals on the season, including a career high six against Wisconsin (3/7).

Appeared in 32 games, averaging 17.2 minutes and 4.5 points • Ranked fourth on the squad in 3-point field goals made (30) and 3-point field goals attempted (74) • Led Big Ten freshmen in 3-point field-goal percentage (.405) • Ranked fourth on the team with 56 assists • Led MSU in assists in four games • Led the Spartans with 20 points against Central Connecticut State (12/7), knocking down all four 3-point attempts • Also scored in double figures against Texas Southern (11/18 - 11 points) and Iowa (1/10 - 10 points) • Dished out five assists against Central Connecticut State (12/7) and Lehigh (12/22) • Scored nine points against Iowa (3/9) in the Big Ten quarterfinals, hitting 3-of-4 3-pointers • Recorded 25 steals, including three each against North Carolina (11/11), UALR (11/20) and Eastern Michigan (11/27).

High School
2011 Gatorade Ohio Boys Basketball Player of the Year • Averaged 23.5 points, 6.5 assists, 4.3 steals and 3.3 rebounds as a senior at Wayne High School, playing for his father Travis Trice • 2011 First-team All-State honoree • 2011 Southwest District Player of the Year, leading the Warriors to a 22-2 mark and a spot in the district finals • Wayne High School's all-time leading scorer with 1,555 points • Shot 48.1 percent from the field, including 42.5 percent from 3-point range, and 83.0 percent from the foul line • Scored a season-high 44 points vs. Toledo Rogers • Averaged 22.1 points, 4.9 assists and 4.2 steals as a junior • Shot 43 percent from 3-point range • 2010 Third-team All-State honoree • First-team all-conference and all-district selection • 2010 conference player of the year • Two-time district underclassman of the year • Averaged 16.5 points as a sophomore • 2009 Third-team all-district and First-team all-conference • AAU teammate of fellow freshman Branden Dawson for SYF Players.

Born Jan. 22, 1993 • Son of Travis and Julie Trice • Communication major • Father, Travis, played two years each at Purdue and Butler • Grandfather, Bob Pritchett, played at Vincennes University and Old Dominion and is in the Old Dominion Hall of Fame.