Hitomi and Hiroyuki Tominaga both accomplished athletes are Keisei Tominaga’s parents. Continue reading to learn more about the Keisei family and culture.
Keisei Tominaga is a basketball player from Japan who plays for the Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Ten Conference.
The basketball player had previously played for Ranger College. Tominaga has played for Japan’s national 33 teams as well as the men’s national basketball team.
Tominaga played basketball for the Aichi Prefecture’s Sakuragaoka Gakuen High School basketball team.
As a senior, he averaged 39.8 points per game in the All-Japan Championship a yearly national high school championship. The athlete tallied 46 points in the third-place game tournament defeating Niigata Prefecture’s Teikyo Nagaoka 76-65.
Keisei Tominaga’s Parents: Hitomi And Hiroyuki Tominaga
Hiroyuki and Hitomi Tominaga Keisei Tominaga’s parents are making their first trip to the region. They saw Minnesota win on Saturday and Michigan State win on Tuesday night.
However, Keisei Tominaga’s status with the Huskers remains uncertain before senior night festivities. According to head coach Fred Hoiberg, the senior basketball player will exit the field on a senior night.
Keisei’s father was a renowned Japanese professional basketball player who inspired his son to follow in his footsteps and play basketball.
Hiroyuki stands at 6 feet 11 inches (2.11 m) tall and weighs 231 pounds (105 kg). Similarly, his son Keisei is described as 6 feet 2 inches (1.88m) tall and 178 pounds (81 kg).
Tominaga’s father was a professional basketball player for Mitsubishi Electric from 1996 to 2006.
Keisei’s mother on the other hand was an industrial league player who played for the same club as her husband Mitsubishi Electric.
Hiroyuki played center for the Japan national team at the 1998 FIBA World Championship. Unfortunately, little information about Hitomi is accessible on the internet.
Keisi Tominga Family And Ethnicity
Keisi Tominga was born on February 1 2001 in Moriyama Japan to Keisi Tominga’s parents. The sportsman is 22 years old as of right now.
The basketballer’s family also includes a younger sister called Chihiro. Unfortunately, it is unknown whether Chihiro like her parents and older sibling is a basketball player.
Tominga is of Japanese descent but no information about his ethnicity can be located on the internet. Some media outlets may discuss Keisi’s ethnicity and other personal details in the future.
Hiroyuki and Hitomi Tominaga Keisei Tominaga’s parents came from Japan to watch their son play basketball. They were ecstatic as they watched their son do his job in the video posted on the Twitter platform.
Tominaga has a jump shot that is similar to that of well-known NBA player Stephen Curry garnering him the nickname “Japanese Steph Curry.”
Japan was represented by the competitor. The 2019 FIBA 33 Under-23 Nations League Asia-Europe Division.
The basketballer was the youngest athlete to represent Japan in three-point shooting at the 2020 Summer Olympics which took place two years later.
He was named to the NJCAA Division I All-Tournament Team and received the Charles Sesher Sportsmanship Trophy. Tominaga was also named an NJCAA Division I Second-Team All-American.