Jen Daniels
21 Jen Daniels
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brigantine, N.J.

High School:
Holy Spirit

Height:
5-8

Position:
G

2004-05: One of three Patriots to start all 28 games... Ranked in the top-20 in scoring average in the Colonial Athletic Association every week except one... Closed out the season with a team-leading 16 double-digit scoring games... Led the Patriots in scoring five times during the season... Set new career-highs in points (26), field goals (10) and 3-point field goals (5) at Delaware (Jan. 16)... Grabbed a personal-best and a team second-best 10 rebounds in a career-high 39 minutes of play against James Madison (Jan. 14)... Netted 15-18 from the line versus William & Mary (Jan. 9) and set a new personal standard in made free throws in a single game... Amassed a career-high five blocks at then-No. 11 Connecticut (Dec. 27)... Was perfect from the charity stripe (10-10) in Mason's win over Georgetown (Dec. 8)... Finished the campaign fifth in the league in 3-point FG pct. (.366), sixth in 3-point FGs made (1.46), 12th in free throw pct. (.742), 12th in steals per game (1.79), 13th in assist/turnover ratio (0.88) and 19th in scoring (10.9) among league peers in overall games.

2003-04: Played in 29 games for the Patriots... Wrapped up season tied for tied for third among teammates with 43 assists and fourth with 1.1 steals per game... Averaged 3.8 points per game and 1.7 boards... Currently 12th in Mason's record books with 34 career made treys... Averaged 16.0 minutes per contest... Shot 3-of-4 from the field against James Madison in the quarterfinals of the CAA Championship (Mar. 11) to net nine points... Came off the bench to net a career-high four 3-pointers from six attempts and matched career-best four field goals for a season-high 12 points against William & Mary (Feb. 12)... Dished out a team second-best five steals versus Delaware (Jan. 22)... Amassed a career-high, along with a game-best nine assists against Howard (Dec. 3)... Scored in double figures against Tulane (11) and Georgetown (10).

2002-03: Saw action in 25-of-26 games... Finished season tied for fourth among teammates in 3-point field goals made with 15... Went 8-for-8 at the charity stripe against Delaware (Feb. 20)... Poured in a career-best 14 points and played a career-high 26 minutes in the win over Delaware (Feb. 20)... Registered career-highs in both rebounds (5) and steals (4) against Old Dominion (Feb. 24)... Earned Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week on Feb. 24 for performance against the Blue Hens and the Monarchs...averaged 12.9 minutes per contest... Scored 72 points (2.9 ppg) and grabbed 26 rebounds on the season... Dished out a career-high five assists versus Virginia Commonwealth (Jan. 30)... Closed out season fourth among teammates with 29 assists.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 14.8 points, 5.6 assists and 2.3 steals per game as a senior at Holy Spirit High School... Played four years for the Spartans, receiving four letters... Selected to The Press All-Press first team three times (2000, 2001, 2002)... Garnered parochial all-state second-team accolades as a junior and first-team honors as a senior... Named to the 2000-01 and 2001-02 All-South Jersey second teams... Voted to the All-Cape Atlantic League team as a sophomore, junior, and senior... Played two years of softball, earning two letters... A member of the AAU Nationals 2002 summer league team, which advanced to the national championship "Final Four," and placed third in the nation.

NOTES: Parents are Jules and Bonnie Daniels... Has one sister, Julianne...born April 2, 1984... Enjoys reading and listening to music... Chose George Mason over Richmond, La Salle, Boston, Loyola (MD) and Hartford... Majoring in business.

CAREER HIGHS (through 2004-05)

Points: 26 at Delaware (1/16/05) Rebounds: 10 vs. James Madison (1/14/05) Assists: 9 at Howard (12/3/03) Steals: 5 at Connecticut (12/27/04) Blocks: 1, five times, last vs. Hofstra (2/1/04) 3-pointers: 5 at Delaware (1/16/05) FG: 10 at Delaware (1/16/05) FT: 15 vs. William & Mary (1/9/05) Minutes: 39 vs. James Madison (1/14/05)

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