|High School:||The Potomac School|
|Major:||English & Italian Studies|
|Parents:||Stephen Jones & Sara Dougherty-Jones|
Jones was once again one of the top offensive perfomers for the Eagles in 2012, earning an honorable mention to the all-University Athletic Association (UAA) team. Starting 10 of the 19 games he played in, Jones finished the season second on the team with five assists, and third on the squad with four goals and 13 points. The five assists ranked him seventh among all UAA players during the season, and his two goals in conference play was tied for the eighth-best mark in the UAA. One of his goals in conference play was a key game-tying score in the 86th minute against the University of Rochester. Jones collected game-winning assists against Birmingham-Southern College and the University of the South, each as part of a two-assist effort. He took 33 shots during the year, 16 of which were on goal. After three seasons on the team, Jones has collected nine goals and nine assists for 27 career points.
Jones emerged as one of the Eagles' top offensive weapons during the 2011 season, finishing the year third on the squad with five goals and fourth with 11 points, en route to earning an honorable mention to the all-University Athletic Association (UAA) team. Playing in 16 games, including 15 in a starting role, Jones scored his first collegiate goal against Rowan University on September 11th as part of a two-goal game, earning a place on the Sonnt Carter Invitational All-Tournament Team. He followed that performance with the first game-winning goal of his career, scoring the only goal of the game during Emory's 1-0 win over Oglethorpe University on September 14th, an eventual NCAA Tournament team. Jones also scored the game-winning goal during the Eagles' 2-1 victory over Piedmont College on October 19th. He notched a goal and an assist in UAA play during the 2011 campaign, including a helper on the game-winning goal against Brandeis University on October 28th. Jones took 30 shots during the year, 19 of which were on goal.
Jones played in 18 games for Emory during his freshman campaign, making four starts. He finished the year with three assists to lead all Eagle freshmen in the category, including an assist on the game-winning goal during the Eagles' 4-0 victory over Maryville College (Tenn.) on October 22nd. Jones added assists during the Eagles' 7-0 win at Methodist University on September 18th, and their 9-0 win over Greensboro College on September 25th. The midfielder took six shots during the year, three of which were on goal.
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|2011||All-University Athletic Association||Honorable Mention|
|Sonny Carter Invitational||All-Tournament Team|
|2012||All-University Athletic Association||Honorable Mention|
Prior to Emory:
Played on the Potomac School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team co-captain in 2008 and 2009... Two-time all-conference selection... As a senior in 2009, was named and honorable mention to the Washington Post all-metro team, and to the all-state first team for Virginia independent schools... Tallied 15 goals and 8 assists during his senior season and led Potomac to its first-ever state semi-final... Coached by Marcelo Valencia in high school... Played club soccer for the McClean MPS 91 Premier team, where he was coached by Rich Lennon and Greg Bryant... Also ran track in high school and was a conference champion in the 400-meter dash.
Born May 10, 1992.
"I chose Emory for the great soccer program and great academics."