As a Junior in 2007-08:
team leader in 3FG% at .420 (42-100)--10th in A-10
team leader in 3FGs made with 42
hit 2-4 3pt FGs, 2-2 FTs for 8 pts., 3 rebs., 2 stls. vs. BU (11-14-07)
grabbed 3 rebs. at UCLA (11-28-07)
connected on 3-4 threes for 9 pts. w/ 2 rebs. vs. UMES (12-5-07)
scored 10 pts. w/ 3 rebs. @ Binghamton (12-13-07)
made his first collegiate start vs. Saint Louis (1-10-08)
started and scored 10 pts. @ Rhode Island (1-23-08)
scored 18 pts. on 6-7 3-pt.FGs @ Temple (2-3-08) after team held shootaround at his Chester H.S. gym earlier that day
hit 5-10 threes for 16 pts., 5 rebs. @ St. Bonaventure (2-16-08)
scored career-high 24 pts. on 7-9 threes vs. Rhode Island (2-27-08)
added 2 assts, 2 stls., blk. @ #9/11 Xavier (3-1-08)
hit 4 threes for 13 pts. @ Charlotte (3-6-08)
As a Sophomore in 2006-07:
Scored 6 pts. on a pair of 3s in season opener at BU (11-10-06) ... scored 12 pts. vs. Dartmouth (11-14-06) ... scored career-high 13 pts. w/ 3 stls. @ Providence (11-26-06) ... scored 10 pts. vs. Colgate (12-29-06) ... tallied 11 pts. on 3-6 FGs vs. Duquesne (3-3-07).
As a Freshman in 2005-06:
Appeared in 21 of GW's 30 games ... made collegiate debut vs. Kennesaw St. (11-23-05) and grabbed a reb. ... hit his only FG (a 3-pter) vs. Norfolk St. (11-26-05) ... hit a 3-pter vs. Boston U. (12-2-05) ... hit a pair of threes for 6 pts. vs. Florida Int. (12-8-05) ... hit a pair of threes for 8 pts. vs. Stony Brook (1-16-06) ... hit a three w/ an asst. vs. Dayton (2-8-06)
Wilmore averaged 16.9 points and 4.6 rebounds last season for the Clippers as a senior under coach Fred Pickett. The Clippers posted a combined record of 50-12 (.806) during Wilmore's two seasons on the varsity and won back-to-back Delaware Valley League District 1 championships. He also helped lead Chester to the PIAA championship his senior season. "He should be an impact player from the start," said Pickett. "He is the best shooter to come through our program. He is a very athletic player who can play above the rim and stretch the defense. He's very intelligent and inquisitive, and I know coach Hobbs will make him an even better player. Noel is very excited about going to GW." "Our program is very fortunate to acquire an athlete of Noel's stature," Hobbs said. "He's a dedicated student with a great deal of focus, and he's a terrific three-point shooter. His offensive skills will contribute significantly to the success of our upcoming season." The team's co-captain, Wilmore was named First Team All-Southeast Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Inquirer and All-Delco (Delaware County) by the Delaware County Times as well as Second Team All-State. Wilmore shot a blistering .524 (194-370) from the field his senior season including .459 (85-185) from beyond the arc. He holds school single-game (7) and single-season (85) records for three-pointers made. He also converted nearly 82 percent from the free throw line last season. Appeared on June 23, 2005 episode of ABC's Nightline for a story about education at Chester H.S.
Born October 27, 1986 in Philadelphia, PA ... full name is Noel Erving Wilmore ... son of Marla and Leon Wilmore ... uncle is Lowell Morris ... has two brothers, Julian (32) and Seth (13) and two sisters, Desta (24) and Megan (23) ... would like to play professionally after college ... also interested in advertising and becoming a musician ... sociology major.
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