11 Greg Jacques
11 Greg Jacques
Height: 5-9
Weight: 160
Year: Jr
Hometown: Brockton, Mass.
High School: St. Sebastian's
Position: G

A five-foot-nine junior guard who has played in 79 games as a Falcon ... career averages of 5.6 points, 2.2 assists and 2.0 rebounds ... emerged during the 2010 NCAA tournament and became a regular part of Falcons’ backcourt rotation as a sophomore. 

2011-12 Season

Appeared in 27 games, with 24 starts, and averaged 6.7 points, 4.1 assists and 3.0 rebounds … led team in assists, and was tied for team-high in steals (23) … in wins, produced 7.7 points and 4.9 assists while shooting 41 percent, including 61 percent inside arc (31-51) … conversely, numbers in losses were 5.3 points, 3.0 assists and 30 percent shooting … scored eight points in 2nd OT at Stonehill Dec. 10, lifting Falcons to 73-66 win and capping a comeback from 18 down … finished that game with 15 points … season-high of 16 came Nov. 22 at Merrimack … opened season with 15 against Felician Nov. 11 and closed with 13 in NE-10 playoffs vs. Assumption Feb. 24 … had a pair of nine-assist games, Dec. 3 vs. Southern New Hampshire and Feb. 21 at UMass-Lowell … four or more rebounds 13 times.

2010-11 Season

Averaged 6.6 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 rebounds while playing 16.8 minutes a game ... saw action in every game, and started five in a row from Nov. 28-Dec. 12 ... scoring average was fifth on the team and the best by a player who was generally used coming off the bench ... scored in double figures eight times, including four times in a span of five games from Nov. 17-Dec. 1 ... that stretch included a career-best 19 points, along with six rebounds (also a career-high) and four assists, in his first collegiate start, Nov. 28 at Southern New Hampshire ... had 16 points, on 7-10 fg, in just 16 minutes five days earlier against UMass-Lowell ... 15 points (5-8 fg, 3-4 3’s) vs. C.W. Post in first round of NCAAs Mar. 12 ... road scoring average (7.9) was more than two points higher than his home norm (5.7) ... career-best six assists Feb. 19 at Franklin Pierce ... Falcons were 17-2 when he hit at least one three, 5-1 when he had multiple triples and 8-0 when he scored in doubles. 

2009-10 Season

Stepped up during the NCAA tournament, averaging 6.0 points and 1.2 rebounds while playing 14 minutes a game ... shot .476 overall, buried four three-pointers and sank six of eight free throws in those five games ... overall, appeared in 20 games and averaged 2.8 points, 0.6 rebounds and 6.4 minutes ... averaged 11 minutes and 4.3 points in the NCAA regional ... set a career-high with eight points (3-3 fg, 1-1 3’s) vs. Philadelphia in the regional final, and bettered that with nine points (2-4 fg, 4-4 ft) against Augusta State in the opening round of the Elite Eight ... followed that with another eight-point effort  against eventual national champion Cal Poly Pomona in the Elite Eight semis Mar. 25 ... 16 minutes against Augusta was also a career-best at the time, surpassing by three the 13 minutes he played against Merrimack in Regional semis ... played 70 minutes in the NCAAs after only 58 during the regular season and conference playoffs ... also had more points in the NCAA tourney (30) then he did over Bentley’s first 29 games (25) ... five points vs. Saint Anselm Feb. 9 tied career-high at the time, set Dec. 2 vs. UMass-Lowell. 

Before Bentley

2009 graduate of St. Sebastian’s High School, where he ranks fourth in all-time scoring ... was the captain of the Arrows basketball team as a junior and senior ... received the Independent School League sportsmanship award in 2009 ... was the ISL’s leading scorer as a junior ... third-team New England Hoop News All-New England Prep School ... played in the 2009 New England All-Star Challenge and the 2008 Greater Boston All-Star Game ... nominated for McDonald’s All-American Basketball Game. 


Liberal arts major ... age as of Nov. 15, 2011: 22 ... son of Patrick and Fedna Jacques ... has two younger siblings, Patrick (20) and Krystel (12) ... uncle, Yves Jacques, attended Bentley ... last name is pronounced “jacks”

2011-12 Statistics                       2010-11 Statistics

2009-10 Statistics                       Career Statistics