Jared Grasso 175 G
2000-01: Started all 27 games for the Braves, extending his streak to 83 consecutive starts at the collegiate level.
Finished second on the team with 11.7 points per game. Dished out 3.9 assists per game and also chipped in 2.0 rebounds. Knocked down 55 three-pointers
to move into third on the all-time three-pointer list (165). The 55 trifectas ranked ninth best among NEC players and placed seventh on the
Quinnipiac single-season list. Led the team with a .390 shooting percentage from behind the arc. Also moved into fifth place on the
all-time QU assist list (315) after ranking fifth in the NEC in that department. Finished the year first among all regulars in free throw
percentage (.855) and closed the season second in the conference from the charity stripe. With 304 points over the course of the year, Grasso moved to
within 113 points of the 1,000 point plateau. He is currently 33rd on the Quinnipiac career list with 887 points.
1999-2000: Started all 28 games and averaged a team-high 36.9 minutes a game, including seven games with 40 or
more minutes. Fourth on the team in scoring (12.1 ppg). Hit four or more three-pointers four times, including a season-high six vs. Brown.
Had a season-high six steals vs. Westfield State. Scored 17 points, including four three-point field goals, at Siena. Contributed 13 points and five
assists at Robert Morris. Tallied 14 points and a season-high eight assists at St. Francis (N.Y.).
High School: Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors after averaging 23 points, eight assists and seven rebounds during
his senior year at St. Anthony’s in 1997-98. Finished his scholastic career with a school-record 1,275 points. Was St.
Anthony’s first-ever four-year varsity starter. Earned All-League honors in his final three seasons, while leading St. Anthony’s
to the CHSAA finals as a captain in his junior and senior years.
Grasso is one of the top point guards in the NEC, and one of the best pure shooters in the New York
Metro area. He can play either the point or the shooting guard position. He is also solid defensively and will only improve
as his professional career goes on. Grasso definitely has the ability to play professionally, whether it be in the CBA, NBDL, or overseas.