|Other College:||East Mississippi|
Points: 22, vs. Mt. St. Mary's -- 03/18/14 ; at UNH -- 1/23/13Rebounds: 9, vs. Mt. St. Mary's -- 03/18/14 ; Yale -- 12/20/13Assists: 6, at UMass Lowell -- 1/15/14Steals: 6, at Siena -- 11/8/13Blocks: 1, at Stony Brook -- 03/03/13 ; Duquesne -- 11/09/12 ; at Siena -- 11/8/13FG made: 8, vs Mt. St. Mary's -- 03/18/14 ; NJIT -- 11/12/13FG attempts: 14, NJIT -- 11/12/13 ; Colgate -- 12/14/133FG made: 6, Hartford -- 1/4/143FG attempts: 8, Hartford -- 1/4/14FT made: 7, 4 timesFT attempts: 10, at UNH -- 1/23/13
- Matched his career high in points with 22 in UAlbany's first Division I NCAA Tournament win against Mount St. Mary's
- Averaged 21.5 points per game and 8.0 rebounds per game in the Purple & Gold's two NCAA Tournament games
- Named to the America East All-Tournament Team
- Set a new career high in points with 22 against UNH (1/23)
- Matched his then-career high in points with 20 against Hartford (1/4), along with going 6-for-7 from three-point land in the second half against the Hawks. Tallied a career-high six made three pointers.
- Scored a game-high 18 points at RV/RV Pittsburgh (12/31)
- Ranked third in the country the week of Dec. 1 in assist-turnover ratio (7.5)
- Nearly recorded a double-double with a career-best nine rebounds against Yale (12/20/13)
- Scored a then career-high 20 points against NJIT (11/12/13)
- Tallied a career-high six steals in the season opener against Siena (11/8/13)...ranks tied for second in single-game steals in program history
- Became the starting point guard as a senior
- Scored then career-high 10 points and shot a perfect 4-for-4 from the free-throw line against Loyola (MD) (11/18)
Before UAlbany: Evans, a National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Second Team All-American, averaged 15.6 points, 4.4 assists and 3.4 rebounds a game in two years at East Mississippi Junior College. He was named All-Region 23 First Team (twice) and Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College First Team (twice). The 5-foot-9 point guard led his squad, in two years, to a 48-11 overall record and two consecutive trips to the NJCAA Division I National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Personal: Dantonio J. Evans ... Major is sociology ... Born April 13, 1992 ... Son of Dontae Galloway and Tondia Collier ... Has two brothers, Aaron and Josh Galloway and two sisters, Gabby and Destiny Collier
Brown on Evans: "DJ (Evans) was one of the best Junior College point guards in the country this past season. He is very quick and does a great job of pushing the ball in transition and getting in to the lane. He is a pest on defense and comes from one of the best Junior College programs in the country."