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Jerome Dyson
Jerome  Dyson


Potomac, Md.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190



Gampel Pavilion: 25 (And One) Magic Moments

Since the building opened in 1990, there have been thrills and chills for Husky fans.


Gampel Pavilion: 25 (And One) Magic Moments

Since the building opened in 1990, there have been thrills and chills for Husky fans.


No. 22 UConn Looks To Rebound Against UCF On Sunday

The Huskies defeated the Knights, 84-61, on Jan. 11 at Gampel Pavilion


Huskies Topple No. 3 Wildcats, 84-75

UConn vs. Villanova


UConn vs. Pitt

UConn vs. Pitt

Jerome Dyson's Complete Bio

At Connecticut: Played in 113 career games, made 106 starts... Averaged 14.4 points in his career with 333 assists and 188 steals... Reached the 20-point mark 26 times in his career... Reached 1,000 career points on January 28, 2009 at DePaul... Has 1,630 career points; 12th in UConn history.

As a Senior in 2009-10: Named the 2009-10 Sporting News National Comeback Player of the Year... Named to the NABC All-District Second Team... Selected to First Team USBWA All-District... Received All-BIG EAST Third Team Honors... Among the starting five in each game, averaged 17.2 points while recording 144 assists this season... Pitched in 15 points at Virginia Tech... Led all with 20 points at Rutgers... Scored a game-high 19 at Syracuse... Led the Huskies past DePaul with 20... Scored 18 points in consecutive games at Louisville and against Marquette... Led the team in win over Texas with career-high 32 points... Finished with team-best 21 points vs. St. John's... Posted his second-consecutive 10 assist night against Seton Hall, narrowly missing a triple-double with 16 points and nine rebounds... Notched his eighth 20-plus scoring effort of the season against Notre Dame and dished a career-best 10 assists... Scored a game-high 24 in BIG EAST opener at Cincinnati... Finished the Iona game with 17 points... Tied career-high effort with 27 points against Maine... Was 4-for-6 from behind-the-arc, finishing with 16 points vs. Central Florida... Scored a team-high 17 points in loss to Kentucky in BIG EAST/SEC Invitational... Narrowly missed out on first career triple-double with 24 points, a career-high 14 boards and nine assists... Led the Huskies with 22 points against Boston University... Named to the NIT All-Tournament Team... Chipped in 15 points against Duke... One of two UConn players to score 20 points vs. LSU... Was 15-for-15 at the charity stripe against Hofstra... Led all scorers with 27 points in season-opening game against William & Mary.

As a Junior in 2008-09: Averaged 13.2 points on the season... Reached the 20-point mark three times and was in double figures in 18 games... Missed the final 12 games of the season with a torn lateral meniscus of his right knee, injured in the win over Syracuse on February 11... Had a team-high 19 points in the win over Michigan... Had a team-high 18 points in the win at DePaul, reaching the 1,000-point mark for his career in the process... Had a team-high 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the win at Notre Dame... Had 19 points in the win over Villanova... Had 21 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals in the win over Gonzaga... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Paradise Jam... Had 21 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals in the title game win over Wisconsin... Opened the season with 23 points, five assists and three steals in the win over Western Carolina. As a Sophomore in 2007-08: Led the team in scoring five times with four 20+ point games... Third on the team in scoring with 12.5 points per contest along with 3.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game and 42 steals... Saw action in 24 games, starting in the first 18... Tallied 14 points, going 6-for-6 from the line, against San Diego in the NCAA First Round... Returned from suspension against Rutgers to tally three points and a BIG EAST game career-high five assists... Missed nine games after being suspended by head coach Jim Calhoun for violating team rules... Had 20 points, three steals and two blocks in win against Cincinnati... Tied the school record for steals with nine against St. John's... Named to BIG EAST weekly honor roll for second straight week (Jan. 7) after Notre Dame and Seton Hall games... Had 13 points and made four steals at Notre Dame... Tied his career high of 27 points against Seton Hall by hitting five three's and knocking back 6-of-7 free throws... Earned BIG EAST weekly honor roll recognition after tallying 23 points for the second time in three games against Central Florida, hitting 11-of-13 free throws... Tallied season-high 23 points vs. Quinnipiac... Earned first career double-double against Northeastern, tallying 16 points and 10 boards... Had 19 points off five three's against Gonzaga... Dished out career-high nine assists and had 15 points vs. Florida A&M... Had 17 points in the loss to Memphis.

As a Freshman in 2006-07: A unanimous selection to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team... Played in all 31 games, starting at guard in 30 contests... Averaged a team-high 13.8 points, along with 3.6 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.9 steals in 30.4 minutes per game... Led team in scoring on 11 occasions this season, scoring at least 20 points on six occasions... He reached double figures in 11 of the last 12 contests and averaged 19.9 points per game in the last seven contests, scoring 20 or more points in five of those seven games... He was named the league Rookie of the Week twice... His six 20-point contests are the third most by a UConn freshman under Jim Calhoun. Khalid El-Amin (11 in 1997-98) and Richard Hamilton (9 in 1996-97) head that list... Led the team in steals with 58, tallying two or more in 19 games... Tallied a team-leading 21 points and a career-high five steals against Syracuse in the BIG EAST Tournament... Scored 20 points against Villanova... Led team for fourth-straight game with 23 points, including six three-pointers, against Louisville... Had game-high 17 points, including nine free throws, at Syracuse... Led team with career-high performance, scoring 27 points at Syracuse... Scored a team-leading 22 points and three blocks in win over Seton Hall... Tallied 13 points, four rebounds and two steals at Georgia Tech... Had 10 points, including a 7-of-8 performance from the foul line, in win over Syracuse... Tallied 13 points and seven boards, going 9-for-11 from the foul line, in overtime win against Rutgers... Led squad with 16 points against DePaul after getting a tooth knocked out in the first half... Tallied 16 points and four assists against South Florida... Scored 12 points and tallied four steals at West Virginia... Named the BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on December 18 after he tallied a team-leading 19 points in win over St. Mary's (CA), while grabbing five boards and two steals... Scored 19 points and had three steals in win over Texas Southern... Notched double-digits in scoring for the third-straight game with 11 against Sacred Heart, going 5-for-5 from the line... Played 22 minutes against Albany, tallying 12 points, four assists and two steals... Named to Hispanic College Fund Classic All-Tournament team after wrapping up the third game against Mississippi with 16 points, four assists and two steals... Put up team-high 20 points on 7-for-13 shooting against Central Arkansas... Tallied a team-best 16 points to go with six boards and a block in first collegiate game against Quinnipiac.

Before UConn: Averaged 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists as a senior for Proctor Academy in Andover, N.H. in 2005-06...Attended Churchill HS in Potomac, Md. and averaged 20.5 points as a sophomore in 2002-03... Repeated his sophomore year at Proctor Academy in 2003-04 and spent two months abroad his junior year in Spain in 2004-05... Also a member of the football and baseball teams at Proctor... Played for the U.S. team in the Capital Classic in April of 2006 at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C.

Personal Information: Jerome Clifton Dyson... Born on May 1, 1987 in Rockville, Md.... Son of Clif Dyson and Julie Harriday... Has two brothers, Kenny and Anthony, and one sister, Shaihad.