Jason Greene

  • Two time Morning Call Player of the Year.
  • 5-10 GUARD who ended his career with 1,378 points.
  • Greene averaged 17 points and 4.2 assists in leading Whitehall to second consecutive Lehigh Valley Conference and District 11 4A titles.
  • He was never better, however, than in the Zephyrs’ three state playoff games.
  • He was never better than in three state playoff games, scoring 70 points on 18-for-39 shooting from the field, 25-for-28 shooting at the line while coming up with eight assists and eight steals.
  • He made four 3-pointers in scoring 25 points in the season-ending loss to top-ranked Chester.
  • The two-time team captain dished out 683 assists, the most in school history, the third-most ever in America East Conference history and the third-most of any NCAA Division I player in the state of Maryland.
  • Greene committed to the University of Maryland Baltimore County before practice sessions began.
  • 83.5% foul shooter.
  • AT UMBC, the diminutive guard played the most basektball games—122–and most minutes– 4,192–in Retriever basketball history.
  • Greene scored 1,186 career points and was the Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player in the 2008 America East Tournament, leading the Retrievers to their first NCAA bid.
  • In his junior season, Jay was the lone player in the nation to be ranked in the top five in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (2nd, 3.47) and assists per game (4th, 7.2).
  • He was named UMBC’s Outstanding Senior Athlete for 2008-09 and was a three time All-America East selection.

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