3 Jamal Howard
3 - Jamal Howard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Sr.
Hometown: West Haven, Conn.
High School: West Haven
Position: F
Major: Art Therapy

2011: Was named to the NSCAA/Continental Tires All-American Second Team... was named to the NCAA DIII All-New England First Team... was selected as the GNAC Offensive Player of the Year... named to both the GNAC All-Conference First Team as well as the GNAC's All-Tournament Team... named the Albertus Magnus Department of Athletics' Male Athlete of the Year... earned team MVP honors... named an ECAC Division III New England First-Team All- Star... set program records in career points (119) and goals (52) as well as goals scored in a single season (22)... led the Falcons with 22 goals and six assists for 50 points... took 125 shots, including 59 on goal... scored six game-winning goals.. registered two hat tricks - vs. Anna Maria on Oct. 10 and vs. Lasell on Oct. 22... tallied a season-high seven points with three goals and one assist in the Falcons' 7-0 win over Anna Maria (Oct. 10)... recorded a season-high 12 shots in the Falcons' 2-0 win over Emerson (Oct. 8)... averaged 5.68 shots per game and 2.27 points per game... was named GNAC Player of the Week twice (Sept. 20 and Oct. 17)... earned a spot on the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on Sept. 28 and Oct. 25.

2010: Was named a 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men’s NCAA DIII All-New England Region Second Team member… was a GNAC All-Conference First Team selection… started all 22 games for the Falcons… led Albertus with 12 goals and was second on the team with 28 points… record 85 shots on the year… dished out four assists… tallied four game-winning goals for the Falcons… led the team to a program-best 13-win season… scored two goals three times, including games against Wheelock, Westfield State and Johnson & Whales (R.I).

High School:  Played at West Haven High School in West Haven, Conn…. was an All-Conference team member… served as a captain during his season year… also ran track at West Haven High School.

Personal: Son of Harriet and Franklin Howard… majoring in art therapy... transferred from Gateway Community College.