|High School:||Severn School|
Where's Waldo? It takes an absolutely dynamic and versatile athlete to be called upon to handle multiple roles, and this is exactly what Alex has done. His freshman year found most of his playing time on the defensive end, stiffly challenging some of the best athlete's our opponents threw at us as they attempted to get to the goal. The next year, his sophomore season, Alex was utilized primarily as an offensive player where he played a significant role at midfield. What about his junior season? Unfortunately, most of it saw Alex on the injured reserve list as he ruptured an Achilles heel during the first possession of the Harvard game. Despite the injury, Alex still remains one of the fastest men in the program. To witness him unleashed as he picks up a ball in transition is to not only see something special, but to feel it as well. The first goal of the 2012 season, in the opener at Quinnipiac, was exactly this as Alex took a ball from one end of the field to the other in what seemed like 5 steps and buried his shot high. With his final season, Alex will again be wearing multiple hats and will be called upon by the staff to understand both the offensive and defensive schemes…2012: Played in just five games due to injury…Scored goals vs. Quinnipiac and Hartford…Picked-up three ground balls…2011: Earned a starting role against Harvard while playing in all 14 games…Had seven points for the season (5 goals, 2 assists)…Scored two goals against St. Joseph’s and one each vs. Quinnipiac, Duke and Bryant…Picked up 7 ground balls, including three against Dartmouth…2010: Played in all 14 games for the Bears…Finished the season with two goals and one assist…Scored goals against providence and Cornell…Also picked=up 16 ground balls for the season, including five vs. Harvard…Secondary School Background: A graduate of the Severn School where he lettered in lacrosse, basketball, and football… Lacrosse and football team captain… Recipient of the Players Award… All-Ann Arundel County… Also named a Bilderback All-Star and a MSCLA Senior All-Star… Second Team All-MIAA “A” Conference and named to the Freestate All-Star Team in 2008… Played club lacrosse for the Baltimore Elite Lacrosse Club, Severn River Lacrosse Club, and the Freestates… Also named All-County, ALL-MIAA “B” Conference and to the Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior All-Star Team in football… Served as senior prefect… Personal: The son of William Bailey Jones III, who attended Brown, and Jean Catherine Hundley… Has an older brother, William, and a younger brother, David… Enjoys reading and watching movies…Philosophy concentrator.