Freshman Year (2005-06)
Started first eight games of rookie season ... Averaged 2.7 points in 8.6 minutes per game ... Played in 29 of Colonials' 32 games ... One of four GW players in double-figures in scoring with 10 points versus nationally-ranked Purdue (11/25/06) ... Finished with eight points, six rebounds and three blocks versus nationally-ranked Texas (11/26/06) ... Also grabbed six boards in season-opener versus Virginia (11/18/05) and versus Maine (12/17/05) ... Played career-high 24 minutes in first collegiate game against Cavaliers ... Recorded two steals in a game twice, versus Yale (12/20/05) and at Richmond (1/29/06) ... Scored seven points on perfect 3-for-3 shooting in 10 minutes of action versus Saint Louis (2/6/06) ... Hit first seven free throws of college career and finished year 9-of-11 at the line.
Competed as a member of the Canadian Junior National Team at the 2005 FIBA U-19 World Championship ... Ranked as one of the top five post players in the nation ... Averaged 14.7 points per game and 10.9 rebounds at Stoneleigh-Burnham last year ... Also averaged 2.0 blocks per game and shot 58 percent from the field (128-241) ... Received the team's 2005 Coaches Award for best overall performance and was named a 2005 New England Preparatory Council "A" All-Star ... Selected to the Stonleigh-Burnham Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team ... Helped Canada to a bronze-medal victory over Brazil at the FIBA Americas U-18 World Championship Qualification Tournament ... Named to The Toronto Star All-City Team and The Toronto Sun Second Team ... Helped Agincourt to the all-city championship and its first trip provincials in 18 years ... Also competed in track & field and flag football ... Provincial champion and school-record holder in the shot put ... Competed for the Scarborough Lancers, Toronto 5-0, and Team Ontario ... Also played field hockey and lacrosse at Stoneleigh-Burnham.
Chantelle Aneika John ... Born October 15, 1986 in Scarborough, Ontario ... Daughter of Marcia Jackson ... One brother, Zackery ... Would like to play professional basketball or become a sports anchor ... Enrolled in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.