Player Stats
Team
Position
Height
Weight
Class
Points/Gm
Rebs/Gm
Ast/Gm
Stls/Gm
Blocks/Gm
TOs/Gm
Ball State
Forward
6'9"
230 lbs
Senior
14.7
8.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
1.7

Jarrod Jones Biography

Source: Ball State University athletic website

June 18, 2012

Summary

First Team All-District 14 selection by the NABC ... Second Team All-Mid-American Conference ... Played and started all 30 games of his senior season ... Led the team in scoring at 14.7 points per game, rebounding at 8.7 boards per game and in minutes played at 31.2 minutes per game ... Finished seventh in the MAC and 207th in the nation in scoring (14.7) ... Second in the MAC on the glass and 56th in the country at 8.7 rebound per game ... Connected on 48.2 percent (161-of-334) from the field, which ranked 12th in the MAC ... Finished ninth in the league from the charity stripe hitting 76.8 percent (106-of-138) ... Scored in double figures 22 times, including 10 games of at least 20 points ... Led the team in scoring 17 times and led the team on the glass 22 times ... Posted eight double-doubles ... Named MAC West Player of the Week on three separate occasions ... Scored a career-high 26 points against IUPUI (Nov. 23) ... Opened the season with 25 points against No. 16 Arizona, including hitting his first three career three-pointers ... Tied his career-high with 15 rebounds against Ohio (Jan. 28) and Toledo (Feb. 15) ... Scored 21 points in the Cardinals' victory over Butler (Dec. 10), including the go-ahead basket with 47.9 seconds left in the game ... Scored 25 points, including 17 in the first half, against Akron (Jan. 24) ... Also scored over 20 points against Calumet College (Nov. 27), Tennessee-Martin (Dec. 3), SIU Edwardsville (Dec. 6), Western Michigan (Jan. 7), Toledo (Jan. 10) and Buffalo (Feb. 1).

Career

All-time Ball State record holder in career games started at 120 while raking third with 122 career games played ... Fourth all-time in minutes played at 3,557 ... Finished sixth all-time in BSU history with 1,615 points while ending his scoring career sixth in field goals made (619), seventh in field goal attempts (1,305), sixth in free throws made (364) and second in free throws attempted (533) ... Scored in double figures 87 times in his career, including 20 times of 20-plus points ... Led the team in scoring 57 times ... Finished his career third all-time in rebounding with 975 boards ... All-time leader in defensive rebounds (713) while placing four on the offensive glass (262) ... Posted 29 career double-doubles ... Second all-time in career blocked shots at 115 ... Nine-time Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week recipient ... Four-time All-MAC selection ... Three-time NABC First Team All-District selection.