12 Jamie Wilson
12 Jamie Wilson
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165
Year: Sr.
Hometown: West Point, VA
High School: West Point
Position: G

As a Senior (2016-17): Jamie appeared in all 26 games for the Yellow Jackets and was a starter in all averaging almost 22 minutes per game...Averaged 4.8 points per game, 2.4 rebounds, and 2.2 assists...Also finished the season with a 2.0 assist to turnover ratio and 18 steals...Made at least 1 three in all but 4 games this season including drilling 5 from behind the arc for his season-high 15 points against Eastern Mennonite to help the Jackets secure a 71-69 win (12/6)...Jamie also dished out 6 assists in a win over York (12/30) as well as grabbing 6 rebounds twice this season, the first in the game against Eastern Mennonite and the second in a loss to Averett (12/10).

As a junior (2015-16): Started all 27 games for the Yellow Jackets and averaged 26.1 minutes per outing...Averaged 8.0 points, 3.7 assists and 1.7 rebounds per game...Shot 40.0% on three-pointers (58-145) and 80.0% from the free throw line (16-20)...Scored in double figures 9 times...Scored 18 points at Averett (11/29), hitting 6 for 8 on treys...Also had 18 points against Wesley (12/29), going 5-8 from the floor, 4-6 on three-pointers and 4-4 from free throw line...Dished out 8 assists against Bryn Athyn (12/28)...Grabbed 5 rebounds at home vs. EMU (1/20)...Had a pair of steals at home against Shenandoah (2/10).

As a sophomore (2014-15): Jamie did not appear in any games in his second year with the Yellow Jackets due to injury.

As a freshman (2013-14): Jamie appeared in 21 games for the Yellow Jackets ... Jamie recorded a career high 15 points in a game against Shenandoah (1/15) while also grabbing 3 rebounds and 3 steals ... Jamie also pulled down 19 rebounds on the season and dished out 16 assists.

Personal: Jamie attended West Point High School where he played basketball...Jamie's uncle, Geoffrey Applegate '62, attended R-MC and his father, Robert Wilson, played football at The Apprentice School...Jamie intends to pursue a degree in psychology.

Stats: 2013-14 / 2014-15