Tyler Jones
Tyler  Jones


Atlantic City, N.J.

High School:
Holy Spirit

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 200



Huge Second Quarter Grounds the Hawks

Carleton University Scores 41 in the Second to Pull Away


Eastern Shore Rallies To Win Its First Game in Canada

Andino, Adams Lead A Balanced Attack for the Hawks


No. 12 Hawks Open MEAC with Hometown No. 5 Norfolk State

Spartans topped Hawks 74-63 at Hytche Center on Feb. 24


Hawks to Face Norfolk State in MEAC Tournament Opener

Eastern Shore fell to the Spartans at home on Feb. 24


Hawks Smother Hornets in Regular Season Finale

Tyler Jones goes for 21 points, 13 boards against Route 13 rivals


Men's Basketball Highlights, 2/26/18 vs. Del State

Eastern Shore pummels their Route 13 rivals into submission as the Hawks down the Hornets 59-47 on Senior Night at the Hytche Center.


Men's Basketball Highlights, 2/5/18 vs. Florida A&M

Logan McIntosh sinks the tying and go-ahead free throws with 6.4 seconds left to lift the Hawks past the Rattlers 62-61.


Men's Basketball Highlights, 1/6 vs. Hampton

Ahmad Frost torches the Pirates for 33 points, leading the Hawks to a 92-83 win.


Men's Basketball vs. American U, 12/2/17

Down 55-43 with 14:40 to go, the Hawks storm back to stun the Eagles 74-70.


MEAC Quarterfinals Postgame Interviews, 3/9/17

Bakari Copeland, Tyler Jones, and head coach Bobby Collins chat with the press about the Hawks' 68-66 win over Hampton in the MEAC Tournament quarterfinals on March 9, 2017.


UMES vs. Georgetown (USATSI)

Photos from UMES vs. Georgetown - Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017


Hawks top Bulldogs for third straight win

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore got an all-around standout performance from Senior Bakari Copeland (Decatur, Georgia) and what head coach Bobby Collins called "a total game" from his squad on Saturday in a 92-69 win against visiting South Carolina State.


Hawks gain first win against Central Penn

The Shore topped Central Penn in the team's final home game of December.

2017-18: Played in 32 games with 31 starts ... Lead the team in scoring with 12.1 ppg (19th in the MEAC) ... Scored a career high 28 points versus Hampton (Jan. 6) ... Scored 20+ points in six MEAC games ... Pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds versus Delaware State (Feb. 26).

Played in 30 of the team's 34 games as a freshman... Poured in a career-high 28 points in just his second collegiate game against UMBC on Nov. 13... Pulled down a career-high 7 rebounds at Norfolk State Feb. 11... Reached double digits in scoring six times including four of the team's last nine games of the season... Led the team in scoring once and in rebounding twice... Earned a full scholarship for the 2017-18 season after playing his freshman year as a walk-on...

High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, N.J., where he averaged 20 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.0 blocks and 1.0 steals while also a member of the National honor society ... Career high 30 points, 15 rebounds, nine assists, 12 blocks and three steals against Millville High School ... Played his AAU basketball for the South Jersey Select in 2014 and 2015 ... As a senior, was a McDonald's High School All-American nominee ... Was named First-Team All-Cape Atlantic Conference in 2016 ... Was selected to the South squad for the 38th Annual North/South Senior All-Star Basketball Classic ... 

Personal: "Ty" Plans to major in Criminal Justice ... Full name is Tyler Aaron Jones... Nickname "T-Jones"... Parents are Kevin and Velta Jones ... Has one brother, Kevin ... His pregame routine includes listening to music ... The highlight of his sports career has been beating a rival high school in the state playoffs during the 2014-15 season ... Jones said his mother is ther person who most influinced him. "She is a great person and she made me who I am today," he said ... His personal-best non athletic accomplishment was graduating from Holy Spirit High School with a high grade point average ... He plans to play basketball professionally and work in the criminal Justice field upon retirement ... Favorite saying "Why panic, if this is how God planned it?" ... Enjoys hanging out with friends ... Favorite book: The Hobbit ... Favorite Movie: Apocalypto ... Personal athletic goal for freshman season is to improve his skill set ... Goal before graduation is to win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Year Award ...

Total 3-Point Free Throws Rebounds Scoring
Season GP-GS Min/Avg fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast to blk stl pts avg
2016-17 30-0 378/12.6 68-138 .493 17-51 .333 32-45 .711 30 33 63 2.1 41 0 3 23 10 13 185 6.2
2017-18 32-31 941/29.4 142-340 .418 22-92 .239 81-113 .717 51 109 160 5.0 75 4 20 53 20 13 387 12.1
TOTAL 62-31 1,319/21.8 210-478 .456 39-143 .286 113-158 .712 81 142 223 3.6 116 4 23 76 30 26 572 9.2

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