2003 Honorable Mention All-MWC
Three-time All-MWC guard Changed his number from 0 to 5 after his sophomore season A redshirt in 2001-02 Team captain for the 2005-06 season along with David Chiotti and Tony Danridge Played in 116 career games with 94 starts Had back surgery on March 28, 2005 to repair a bulging disc that had plagued him for two seasons 15-15 from the FT line in postseason play for his career 1,200 career points, became the 24th Lobo to crack the 1,000-point barrier, scoring a career-high 26 points at Wyoming on 1-14-06...the same game teammate and roommate David Chiotti scored his 1,000 career point...17th in career scoring at UNM, 55 points ahead of teammate David Chiotti 153 career steals is eighth all-time at UNM...Second all-time in the MWC rankings One of only four Lobos all-time to collect 1,200 points, 450 rebounds, 220 steals and 130 assists. The others are Hunter Greene (1984-88), Charles Smith (1994-97) and Lamont Long (1997-2000) Increased his scoring, rebounding, FG%, 3-pt FG% and minutes since his sophomore season due to better health.
2005-06 Senior Season
1st Team All-MWC 2nd Team All-District 13 by the NABC MVP of the Jim Thorpe Classic Led the team in scoring averaging 15.5 ppg Second on the team with 4.5 rpg Also led the team with 3.1 apg and 2.1 spg...second in steals and fifth in scoring in the MWC Shot 43.6% from the field and 37.7% from 3-pt. range Fouled out of seven games this season, five times in conference play In Conference Play averaged 16.1 ppg...fourth in the MWC...Shot 46.9% from the field and 41.1% from 3-pt. range...2.1 spg was second in the MWC
2004-05 Junior Season
Honorable mention All-MWC Started all 33 games at either the point or shooting guard position Averaged 10.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 2.8 apg and 1.3 spg Primary ball-handler after Kris Collins was lost for the season to a foot injury on Jan. 26, 2005 Shot 47.8% from the field and 37.2% from 3-pt. range Scored in double figures 16 times including six of last eight games Made his last 16 FT attempts...last miss was at UNLV on Feb. 28 Given the Leadership Award at the 2005 men's basketball banquet
2003-04 Sophomore Season
Played in 25 games, starting 11 Averaged 4.9 ppg and 2.9 rpg Tied for the team lead with 10 charges drawn Fouled out of three conference games.
2002-03 Freshman Season
Honorable mention All-MWC Played in every game, starting 20, including 10 of the last 11 Averaged 9.5 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 1.8 apg and 28.1 mpg Led all MWC freshmen in scoring and rebounding in all games Second on the team in rebounding (5.6 rpg) Led the team in rebounding eight times; among UNM freshmen, only current Sacramento King Kenny Thomas had more rebounds (256) than Walters (157) Scored in double figures nine times 265 points is the ninth-best total by a Lobo freshman 52 points the last three games (17.3 ppg) on 20-38 FGs, 4-11 on 3s, 8-9 FTs, plus 23 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 steals.
A 2001 graduate of Highland High School in Albuquerque High school coaches were Raphael Martinez and Bill Harvey All-state, all-district and all-city selection as a senior One of 10 local players nominated to the McDonald's All-America game Career-high 39 points against Rio Grande Named all-district and all-city as a sophomore and a junior Also played wide receiver for the Hornets' football team Named all-district, all-city and all-state as a senior on the gridiron Recruited to play football by UNM as well.
Born on October 25, 1982, in Albuquerque Son of Rosita Walters Full name is Mark Timothy Walters Has two younger sisters, Fanoy and Leilani Graduated in May 2006 with a degree in University Studies, concentrating on Sport Management.