Paul  Jones
11  Paul Jones

Kent, WA

High School:

Last College:
Whatcom CC

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 195





WESTERN FRONT: From walk-on bench player to strong competitor

Western junior makes the most of playing time this season


Allen and Jones share team MVP honors at annual Awards Banquet

Bragg, Fisher and Severson win two awards each


2012-13 SEASON REVIEW: Vikings post best win percentage in school history, tie record for most wins

WWU gets to NCAA II final four as defending national champions


NCAA Division II Elite Eight - Semifinal - Drury 107 Western Washington 97

Chase for second national title ends as Vikings unable to fight out of early hole


Vikings to face Drury in NCAA II Elite Eight semifinals

WWU runs national tournament win streak to 10 with quarterfinal victory over Florida Southern


WWU 72, Montevallo 65 - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

WWU 72, Montevallo 65 - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

COLLEGE: Finished two-year career with 758 points, 373 rebounds, 90 assists and 67 steals on teams that had combined 62-8 record, one winning national title and other reaching national semifinals ... Honorable mention Daktronics All-American as senior in 2012-13 ... First-team Daktronics West Region and National Association of Basketball Coaches West District all-star, and first-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star ... Team co-captain ... Started all 34 games ... Averaged 14.4 points, shooting 58.4 percent (192-of-329) from the field and 6.6 rebounds ... Had six double-doubles in points and rebounds and reached double-figures in points team-best 28 times ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Had career-highs of 27 points at Western Oregon on 1/17/13 and 16 rebounds at Central Washington on 2/9/13 ... Played in 34 games, making two starts, as junior in 2011-12 ... Averaged 7.9 points and 4.4 rebounds ... Hit 81.3 percent (61-75) at free-throw line ... Had 12 double-figure scoring games with season-high 18 points vs. Quest BC on 12/12/11 ... Shot 60.0 percent from floor (12-20) in three Elite Eight contests ... Two letters ... Not eligible to play in 2010-11 ... Transfer from Whatcom Community College ... First-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges all-Northern Region choice for Orcas as freshman in 2009-10 ... In 19 games, averaged 13.0 points on 50.0 percent field-goal shooting and 8.7 rebounds, which ranked fifth among NWAACC leaders ... Helped WCC to 17-11 record and second-place (11-5) in North Region ... Scored career-high 35 points versus Everett CC ... Attended WWU previous year, but did not play.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention all-South Puget Sound League North Division choice as senior at Kent-Meridian High School ... Averaged 11.0 points and 8.5 rebounds for Royals.

PERSONAL: Major is sociology.