19 Jason Wilson
19 Jason Wilson
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: LaSalle, ONT
High School: Sandwich Secondary
Position: F
A strong and powerful forward with a great shot, Jason Wilson has the potential to be one of the leading scorers on the Brown team this year.

2001-2002: Wilson made his mark on the front line last season, playing in 28 of 31 games ... Finished with 3-2-5 numbers with 2-2-4 in ECAC games and a +2 rating ... Scored his first goal of the season against Colgate to give Brown a 2-1 lead, earning Third Star honors ... Scored his second goal of the season, giving Brown a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into the Maine game ... Tallied an assist against Harvard ... Added another assist at RPI ... Scored his third goal of the season to put Brown up 2-1 against Yale.

2000-2001: Played in 16 games for the Bears and tallied two assists on the season, both in Brown victories ... Notched first point of the season on the game-winning goal at Princeton ... Recorded second assist in as many games on a power play goal in 5-4 win over UMass-Lowell.

1999-2000: Wilson played in all 28 games and tallied three goals and four assists for seven points ... Netted his first collegiate goal in 7-6 loss at Colgate ... Tallied first collegiate assist on the game-winning goal at UMass-Lowell ... Scored second goal of season to tie the game in Brown's 2-1 victory over Princeton ... Notched two assists the next night against Yale ... Added an assist against Colgate ... Also scored a goal in a 2-1 victory at Dartmouth.

Before Brown: Wilson spent three seasons playing for the Leamington Flyers in the Western Ontario Jr. "B" League. He served as the team's captain in 1998-1999, and finished the season with 51 goals. He was also named team MVP and played in the Western Jr. "B" All-Star Game in his final season.

Personal: Jason James Wilson is the son of Joseph and Cheryl Wilson of LaSalle, Ontario ... Jason has three siblings, Steve, 30, Danielle, 22, and Jesse, 12 ... Interests: Golf and Weight Training ... Major: Business Economics.