31 - Jamie Van Horne
Jamie Van Horne
Birth Date: 11/22/1986
Height: 5-8
Year: So.
Hometown: Healdsburg, Calif.
High School: Healdsburg
Position: G

2008-09: Team captain...Recipient of Karen Yarasavage Award...The only Bulldog to start all 28 games...Averaged 8.3 points and 1.4 assists per contest...Yale's all-time leader in three-point field goals (216) and games played (110)...216 three-pointers is the fifth-highest total in Ivy League history...Sank 62 threes in 2008-09, tying the Yale single-season record...Connected on at least one three-pointer in 27 of 28 games...Scored in double figures in 11 games, including a season-high 19 points against Kentucky on Nov. 28...Netted 15 points (5-8 3FG) in the win over North Carolina State on her birthday, Nov. 22...Hit the game-winning lay-up with less than two seconds remaining in overtime against Quinnipiac on Dec. 21...Pulled down a season-high four rebounds on four occasions...Dished out four assists in two games. 2007-08: One of two Bulldogs to start all 27 games...Finished second on the team with 9.1 points per game and fourth with 1.5 assists per contest...Placed second in the Ivy League with 59 three-pointers, the second highest single-season total in Yale history...Sank at least one three-pointer in 20 games and drained at least five treys four times...Went 5-for-11 from three-point range for a team-high 15 points in the season opener against NCAA finalist Stanford on Nov. 9...Nailed six treys in the 72-49 home win over Brown on Jan. 26, part of a career-high 22-point effort...Distributed a season-high four assists on four separate occasions...Tied a career-high with five rebounds at Cornell (Feb. 2)...Shot .833 (25-for-30) from the free throw line and .351 (59-for-168) from three-point range. 2006-07: Started 25 games and played in all 28...Tied the NCAA record and set a new Ivy mark for three-point percentage in a game by going a perfect 7-for-7 at Brown on Jan. 20...Her 21 points in that game set a new career high, and the seven three-pointers tied the school record...Scored 15 straight points on five treys, part of a 20-point effort, at Harvard on Feb. 17...Finished third in the Ivy League in three-pointers made (1.86) and fourth in three-point percentage (.377, 52-of-138)...Tallied career highs with four assists and four steals in the win at Fairfield on Nov. 21...Grabbed five rebounds twice (Jan. 13 vs. Brown, March 2 vs. Penn)...Handed out a career-high six assists at Dartmouth on Feb. 16...Fifth on the team in scoring (6.8 ppg) and third in assists (1.9). 2005-06: Played in all 27 games, making 15 starts...Finished fifth on the squad in scoring (6.5 ppg)...Led Yale and ranked eighth in the Ivy League with 43 three-point field goals...Ranked tenth in the league with team-leading .352 three-point percentage (43-for-122)...Second on the team in field goal percentage (.395, 62-for-157)...Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week Jan. 30 for her play at Harvard (9 points, 3-for-5 from three-point range) and Dartmouth (career-high 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting)...Drained five three-pointers in one game twice during the season (Jan. 2 vs. Lehigh, Jan. 10 vs. Fordham). At Healdsburg: Averaged 18 points, four rebounds and four assists as a four-year starter...Finished her career with 1,750 points...2004 San Francisco Chronicle Regional Player of the Year...Three-time all-county team selection and Sonoma County MVP her junior season...Two-time all-state selection...Team won two league championships and made the semifinals of the North Coast Section Division IV Playoffs three times...Went undefeated her senior season in tennis, winning the league singles title and team championship. Personal: Pierson College...Daughter of Peter and Charlotte Van Horne...Father, Peter, played first base for the University of Arizona's 1976 National Championship baseball team...Mother, Charlotte, played tennis at Arizona...Sister, Katie, is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Washington...Uncle, Keith Van Horne, played 13 years in the NFL and was a starting offensive tackle for the Chicago Bears team that won Super Bowl XX...Majoring in psychology...Born Nov. 22, 1986.

                              Total         3-Point                     Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2005-06   27-15   611/22.6   62-157  .395   43-122  .352    8-9    .889   8-29    37  1.4  56-2   26  50   3  14  175/6.5
2006-07   28-25   753/26.9   61-179  .341   52-138  .377   16-22   .727   9-43    52  1.9  42-2   53  42   2  15  190/6.8
2007-08   27-27   739/27.4   81-235  .345   59-168  .351   25-30   .833  14-34    48  1.8  40-0   41  54   3  12  246/9.1
2008-09   28-28   800/28.6   81-219  .370   62-175  .354    7-9    .778  11-45    56  2.0  28-0   38  36   3  14  231/8.3
TOTAL    110-95  2903/26.4  285-790  .361  216-603  .358   56-70   .800  42-151  193  1.8 166-4  158 182  11  55  842/7.7