|2-27 (.069)||0-12 (.000)||Lost 13||2-12||0-14||0-1|
2013-2014: As a senior, Idehen led the Bobcats as he finished his senior year with a bang… shot 40% from the field in the season leading the team in field goals made with 121… had a team high 13.5 points per game to go along with his team high 9.3 rebounds per game (260 rebounds in the season)… led the team in steals and blocks this season with 32 and 31 respectively… had back-to-back 28 point games versus the Cal Maritime Keelhaulers and the Pacific Union Pioneers on February 6 and February 8, 2014… had two games where he finished with 15 rebounds, one versus the Pacific Union Pioneers and one versus the La Sierra Golden Eagles back on January 23 and February 8, 2014… Idehen would be recognized as one of the best in the conference as he was named to the All-California Pacific Conference First Team.
2012-2013: As a junior, Idehen filled up the stat sheets as he finished tied for first in blocks with 19, second in rebounds with 6 per game and second in steals with 24 for the season… he had the best field goal percent on the team shooting 48% from the field and averaging 6.1 points per game… had a season high 16 points vs. Menlo on February 9, 2013, and a game high 14 total rebounds (5 offensive rebounds) vs. Cal Baptist on November 17, 2013… he would be recognized as an Honorable Mention for the All-California Pacific Conference team.
2011-2012: Played every game this season adding depth and strength to the Bobcats lineup… averaged 7.2 rebounds per game and 5.8 points per game as he proved to be a difference maker off of the bench… finished the season leading the team in blocks with 8.
High School: Attended Taft High School in Woodland Hills, California… played two years on varsity helping lead his team to 2nd Place in city championships back to back years… was Defensive Player of the Year as a senior.
Personal: Idehen majors in Human Biology… lists his favorite book as the Hunger Games and favorite movie as Transformers… his team goals for the upcoming season are to make an ESPN Top 10 Highlight real and win the California Pacific Championship.