2009-10 AS A FRESHMAN
Appeared in 35 games // Averaged 4.2 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.0 steals per game // Finished third on the team in steals // Scored a season-high 13 points in two games // Scored in double figures in four games // Dished out a season-high 4 assists against St. Francis (Feb. 20) // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds against Holy Cross (Nov. 14) // Earned the team’s inaugural Wes Laidig Super Sub Award
2010-11 AS A SOPHOMORE
Appeared in 28 games, started 25 // Averaged 6.8 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 1.8 steals per game // Led team in steals // Led underclassmen in minutes played // Scored a season-high 19 points against Indiana Wesleyan (Dec. 4) // Scored in double figures in 11 games // Dished out a season-high 5 assists in two games // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds against Olivet Nazarene (Nov. 12) // Tallied a season-high 5 steals in three games // Played a career-high 39 minutes against Goshen (Feb. 3) // Ranked 46th in the nation and 4th in the conference in steals per game (1.857) // Ranked 5th in the conference in total steals (52)
2011-12 AS A JUNIOR
Appeared in 22 games, started 21 // Averaged 10.0 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 2.6 steals per game // Led the team in steals // Scored a career-high 27 points against Goshen (Jan. 24) // Scored in double figures in 12 games // Dished out a career-high 7 assists against Indiana Wesleyan (Jan. 14) // Pulled down a career-high 6 rebounds in two games // Ranked 49th in the nation and 5th in the conference in total steals (57) // Ranked 20th in the conference in total assists (64) // Sidelined 8 games due to ankle injury // Earned the team’s Most Valuable Player Award
Averaged 18 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 steals per game at Adams High School // Over 1,000 career points // First Team All-NIC // Rick Bolus Top 100 // AP All-State Honorable Mention // Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 100 // SportsFest All-Star Game
Born December 5, 1990 // Son of Lee and Tonya Booker // Sports Studies major // Hails from South Bend, Indiana // Resides in Logan Village
Chose Bethel College over Central Michigan, IPFW and Ball State University.
NOVEMBER 18, 2011 // 80-77 BETHEL WIN VS. JUDSON
Booker upstaged his counterpart Landon Skinner from Judson, going for 17 points, including 7 for-10 from the charity stripe to help the Pilots come away with a road victory. He also tallied a career-high 6 steals in only 19 minutes of playing time.
JANUARY 14, 2012 // 83-80 BETHEL WIN VS. INDIANA WESLEYAN
Booker provided the spark the Pilots needed to upset the No. 14 Wildcats on the road, netting a game-high 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting. Booker also dished out a career-high 7 assists and tallied 2 steals on the day to help the Pilots to the victory.
JANUARY 24, 2012 // 84-92 BETHEL LOSS VS. GOSHEN
Ten days later, Booker continued his fine play with a career-high 27 points on 10-of-16 shooting, including 7-of-9 from the free throw line. He also managed to tally 4 steals despite seeing the court for only 23 minutes.
|0||Jordyn Coon*||SO||G||6-2||175||Warsaw, Ind.||Warsaw|
|2||Josh Glass||FR||SF||6-3||180||Solon, Ohio||Solon|
|4||Jared Mott||SO||F||6-7||205||Lucas, Ohio||Temple Christian|
|5||Travis Smith||SO||G||5-10||160||Peru, Ind.||Peru|
|10||Caleb Oetjen||FR||SG||6-0||172||McCordsville, Ind.||Horizon Christian|
|12||Chris Mitchell*||FR||G||6-3||182||Detroit, Mich.||Mishawaka|
|15||Landon Booker||SR||G||5-10||183||South Bend, Ind||Adams|
|20||Matt Schauss||JR||PG||6-4||190||Greens Fork, Ind.||Centerville|
|22||Zach Miller||JR||SG||6-1||166||Connersville, Ind.||Connersville|
|23||David Lee*||FR||G||6-1||164||Plymouth, Ind.||Plymouth|
|24||Brandon Gerber||SR||F||6-5||191||Markle, Ind.||Norwell|
|25||Michael Mislan||SR||C||6-8||203||Indianapolis, Ind.||Roncalli|
|30||Ryan Wassink||FR||F||6-6||211||Hudsonville, Mich.||Unity Christian|
|34||Ryan Benner||SR||G||6-4||197||Mishawaka, Ind.||Mishawaka|
|41||Patrick Oetting||SR||F||6-6||224||Fort Wayne, Ind.||Concordia Lutheran|
|50||Keith Cochran||FR||C||7-0||201||Bluffton, Ind.||Bluffton|