About Isaiah: A two-time Junior College All-American and a flat-out winner … led Vincennes to the NJCAA Final Four in 2018, and the Elite Eight in 2017.
2018-19: Set career highs in points (29) and field goals made (10) in the win over The Citadel (2/14) ... totaled career highs in rebounds (6) and assists (6), while netting 11 points in win at Samford (1/31) ... finished with 14 points (6-of-8 shooting), five rebounds and five assists in the win at The Citadel (1/10) ... was ejected at Illinois for picking up a flagrant 2 foul in the first half ... Provided another strong effort in the win at Georgia Southern (11/27), scoring 15 points and grabbing five rebounds, while dishing out a team high five assists ... scored a game high 18 points and set a season high for field goals (8) in the win over North Dakota State (11/24) ... continued his strong early play for the Bucs, posting season highs for field goals (7), 3-pointers (2), assists (6), steals (4) and minutes played (38), while scoring a team high 17 points in the win over Winthrop (11/17) ... had a strong debut for the Bucs, scoring a team high 19 points and dishing out four assists in the loss to Georgia State (11/6).
Prior to ETSU: Was a first-team All-America selection as a sophomore following honorable mention accolades as a freshman at Vincennes … was the 15th-ranked JuCo player in the country in 2018, averaging 17.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game while leading Vincennes to a 34-3 overall record and a trip to the NJCAA Final Four … He ultimately finished his two-year JuCo career with a 66-6 overall record, 1,167 points and 346 assists, while also earning All-Tournament honors at the NJCAA Nationals a year ago … prior to his junior college career, he was an all-state selection at Henry Clay High School who participated in the Kentucky-Indiana All-Star Game his senior season.
Personal: Majoring in Sports Management ... son of William and Loretta Tisdale ... born April 25, 1998.