Lasher starred for HBU over a four-year stretch from 2013 through 2017, amassing 1,246 career points for the 16th-highest career point total in program history. A 6-7 forward from Anchorage, Alaska, Lasher appeared in 117 games and finished his career with 459 rebounds, 215 assists, 90 steals and 40 blocked shots while his 139 made three-pointers ranks him ninth all-time at HBU. As a senior, he was named to both the all-Southland Conference and SLC all-academic teams. Lasher helped lead the Huskies to post-season tournament appearances in both his junior and senior years with the team posting a 17-17 overall record in 2015-16 and earning a bid to the College Basketball Invitational followed a year later by a 17-14 overall record and a spot in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament.
Odunsi was a two-year letter winner for the Huskies from 2014-2016 and the program’s first NABC Division I All-District honoree. As a senior, he finished the season third in the nation in made free throws and free throw attempts as he connected on 255-of-304 from the foul line. He completed his HBU career shooting 81.3 percent (395-of-486) from the charity stripe for a mark that stands eighth all-time at HBU. Odunsi averaged 15.1 points per game over his two seasons with 907 total points while also adding 192 assists and 231 rebounds. He was a first-team all-SLC selection as a senior and was one of the leaders of the 2015-16 squad that earned a bid to the CBI.
Due to current health and safety measures in place, Lasher and Odunsi will not be honored in person this season but plans will be made to recognize the pair in the future.