4  Anthony Jackson
Anthony Jackson


Columbus, Ohio

High School:
Gahanna Lincoln

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185


Arts & Sciences


Young and talented #Seawolves are set for 2014-15 season

Jameel Warney and Carson Puriefoy lead one of the youngest teams in the nation in pursuit of a championship.


Lucas Woodhouse transfers to Stony Brook, to join #Seawolves

Former state champion at Harborfields High School returns home to Long Island.


#Seawolves 23-win season concludes with CBI loss at Siena

Jameel Warney posted double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds.


One more for Pritchard! #Seawolves beat Hartford to advance to AE final

Stony Brook will host Albany Saturday at Pritchard Gymnasium with an NCAA bid on the line.


Warney named America East Player of the Year to headline five #Seawolves honorees

Warney just the fourth player in conference history to be named Rookie of the Year and then Player of the Year the following season.

2013-14: Appeared in 31 games, making 22 starts...averaged 12.5 points...led America East in free throw shooting (.937)...named third-team All-America East...opened season with career-high 22 points in win over Marist (Nov. 8)...bested career mark with 24 points two days later vs. Haverford (Nov. 10)...named America East Player of the Week on Nov. 11...scored a career-high 36 points on 12-of-16 shooting overall and 7-of-9 from the three-point line vs. Toledo (Nov. 22)...the 36 points matched a Stony Brook Div. I single-game record and was the most points scored by an America East player in over three years...scored 24 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished out six assists in 104-102, triple overtime win at Detroit (Nov. 24)...hit the game-tying three-pointer at the end of regulation to force the first overtime...posted 19 points and six rebounds in win at Loyola Maryland (Dec. 19)...scored 16 points on 8-of-14 shooting at Columbia (Jan. 8)...delivered 16 points and hit four three-pointers in win over Vermont (Jan. 24)...had 16 points, four assists and three steals in win at Binghamton (Feb. 4)...scored eight straight points, as part of a 14-point day, to ignite a Seawolves rally and comeback win at Maine (Feb. 23)...had 13 points and six assists in Senior Day win over Albany (March 2)...scored his 1,000th career point, just the sixth player in the program's Div. I history to do so...nailed four three-pointers as part of 14-point day vs. Hartford in the America East Championship semifinals (March 9)...had 13 points at Siena in the CBI first round (March 18).

2012-13: Started 26 games for the Seawolves...led the team in 3 point field goals made (49), was second in assists (51) and third in points (304)...Scored 13 points and made three of four three-point attempts in win at Marist (Nov. 9)...scored 12 points and had four assists and three steals vs. Mount Ida (Nov. 11)...scored 12 points in win at Rider (Nov. 13)...scored 25 points including 3 of 7 shooting from three point range and 8 of 10 from the free throw line in a 82-75 win over Canisius (Nov. 24)...had a game high 20 points in a 76-53 win over Cornell (Nov. 28)...scored 13 points in a home win vs. Eastern Illinois (Dec. 1)...had 15 points in a win at St. Francis Brk. (Dec. 11)...scored 15 points at Seton Hall (Dec. 28)...registered 10 points in a win vs. Maine (Jan. 26)...scored 14 points in a road victory against Albany (Jan. 29)... Scored 11, with a huge go-ahead 3-pointer with under 2:00 remaining, also grabbed four rebounds in the victory against New Hampshire (Feb. 2)... Scored 10 in a road loss against Hartford (Feb 10)...had 12 points while going 4-7 from behind the 3-point arch in a home victory against Binghamton (Feb. 12)...recorded 16 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists in the quarterfinals of the America East Championship against Binghamton (Mar. 9)

2011-12: Appeared in all 32 games as the backup point guard...averaged 5.5 points a game...shot 40.7% from three-point range, second-best in America East...scored 14 points on 5-of-7 shooting at Indiana (Nov. 11)...scored 14 points on 5-of-7 shooting including 4-of-5 from the three-point line vs. Boston College (Dec. 11)...scored 14 points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Binghamton (Feb. 1)...scored 11 points shooting 3-for-3 from the three-point line vs. Albany (Feb. 4)...scored 17 points and grabbed four rebounds vs. UMBC (Feb. 9)...scored 13 points on 4-of-6 shooting vs. Binghamton in the America East Championship quarterfinals (March 3).

2010-11: Played in all 32 games as backup point guard...led Stony Brook's freshmen in three-pointers made (23)...and was third on the team in assists (34)...made 19 of 20 free throws on the season (.950)...scored eight points in collegiate debut at Connecticut (Nov. 12)...put up 10 points and four assists in 80-43 win over Mount Ida (Nov. 14)...scored 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting at Notre Dame (Dec. 19)...had a sequence where he hit a three-pointer, stole the ball from the Fighting Irish and nailed another three-pointer...scored 12 points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in double overtime win over New Hampshire (Jan. 15)...scored 10 points at Boston University (Jan. 20)...had eight points in 17 minutes at New Hampshire (Feb. 9)...had eight points, all in the first half, to help Seawolves overcome 12-point deficit to Maine (Feb. 12)...had 10 points and a career-high seven assists in overtime win at Hartford (Feb. 23)...had eight points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals in 15 minutes vs. Binghamton (Feb. 27).

High School: Played for head coach Tony Staib at Gahanna Lincoln High School in Columbus, Ohio as a senior ... was a first team Ohio Capital Conference selection ... led Lincoln to a 26-1 record and the school's first ever appearance in the state semi-finals ... had 12 points in Lincoln's 71-45 win over Northland, the top-ranked team in the country ... scored 23 in the state semifinal game against Massillon Jackson ... was an honorable mention all-state selection ... averaged 15 points, five rebounds and 3.5 assists per game ... set a school record for three-point field goal percentage (.530) ... as a junior at Westland High School, Jackson was named the Player of the Year in the Ohio Capital Conference Central ... averaged 21.9 points per game ... was a first-team all-district selection ... shot 49.4 percent from the field and 78.8 percent from the free-throw line.