|15 Jeremy Ingram
Enters his junior season as the Pirates' leading returning scorer ... The Pirates' most accurate three-point shooter ... Tremendous athlete with explosive jumping ability ... Solid defender that averaged nearly 1.5 steals per game in limited action ... Will be expected to provide more offensively ... Exceptional free throw shooter ... Spending the summer rehabbing from off-season knee surgery.
As a Sophomore At ECU (2005-06)
Became eligible for competition at the end of the 2005 fall semester, after spending the past year practicing with the team ... Made his ECU debut in the starting line up on December 18 against Winthrop, scoring nine points on 3-of-6 shooting form behind the arc ... Played in 20 more games during the year with an additional 17 starts ... Started the first 14 games of his career ... Was the Pirates' second leading scorer at 10.3 points per game ... Ranked sixth in Conference USA with 2.19 three-point field goals made per game ... Shot a team-best .338 from behind the arc ...Made a three-pointer in 19 of 21 games played, including 11 straight ... Scored a career-high 25 points in his home debut against Limestone, making 5-of-8 three-point attempts and 8-of-13 field goal tries ...Recorded a double-double against Memphis (12 pts, 11 rebs) and Houston (18 pts, 10 rebs) ... Led the Pirates in scoring six times ... Registered five steals against his former teammates at Wake Forest, while scoring 10 points.
As a Sophomore At Wake Forest (2004-05)
Transferred from Wake Forest to East Carolina at the conclusion of the 2004 fall semester ... Didn't participate in any games ... Announced intentions to transfer in early November.
As a Freshman At Wake Forest (2003-04)
Saw action in eight games, averaging 7.4 minutes per contest ... Made 5-of-15 field goal attempts and 3-of-7 three-point field goal shots ... Recorded a 2:1 assists to turnover ratio (6:3) ... Collected six steals ... Played in his first collegiate game on Nov. 22 against Elon with two points and five rebounds in 12 minutes of action ... Netted a career-best five points off the bench against Yale on Nov. 20, sinking his first career three ... Handed out three assists and drilled another three on Dec. 2 against Indiana ...Played 17 minutes against North Carolina A&T and a had a pair of assists and steals ... Play four minutes at second-ranked Duke on Jan. 2 and made his only three-point field goal attempt for three points.
Graduated from Kinston High School in 2003 ... Averaged 19 points, eight rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks as a senior ... Played for Coach Wells Gulledge and former ECU assistant coach George Stackhouse ... led Kinston to a 23-7 record and the state finals as a senior ... Named 2003 conference player of the year ... Named 2003 Associated Press first team all-state ... 2003 McDonald's All-America finalist ... Played in the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game ... Named the Sprint Fast Connect DSL Scholar Athlete of the Week Feb. 18, 2003 ... A two-time Nike All-American camp participant ... Ranked as the nation's 55th-best high school prospect by PrepStars ... Averaged 17 points, eight rebounds, four assists, four three-point field goals and two steals per game as a junior ... Played AAU ball for the North Carolina Red Storm.
Played high school basketball alongside ECU senior Corey Rouse ... Cousin of former Wake Forest standout Craig Dawson ... Born in Greenville on Nov. 20, 1984 ... Nicknames include "Jumpon" ... Son of Robert and Joann Ingram ... Has four siblings -- Courtney (32), Pooh (32), Corey (31) and Nicole (18).