Fourth-year member of the squad as a senior attackman • will battle for starting spot on UD attack unit • three-time letterwinner • has good size and outstanding offensive skills • has excellent vision and quickness and is an outstanding feeder • has played in 40 career games with 33 starts and registered 36 goals, 44 assists, 80 points, 61 groundballs, and 20 caused turnovers • four-year letter winner
2015 SEASON (Game by Game)
Earned fourth letter as a key starter for the Delaware attack unit • played in 15 games and started 14 of them • had career highs in most statistical categories, highlighted by 18 goals and 22 assists • he tacked on 24 groundballs and 9 causes turnovers • recorded a season high four goals against Manhattan and three against High Point • recorded a season high 5 groundballs against Binghamton • Milt Roberts Game MVP (vs. Manhattan) • USILA North-South Senior All-Star Game Participant (MVP)
2014 SEASON (Game by Game)
Earned third letter as a key member of the Delaware attack unit • played in 13 games with eight starts and was team's third-leading scorer with 26 points on 11 goals and a team-high 15 assists • tied for team lead with 69.8 shot percentage • also had 24 groundballs and three caused turnovers • recorded first career hat tricks of his career with three goals each against Drexel and CAA Tournament clinching win over Massachusetts • dished out all 15 of his assists over the final six games of the season when he tallied at least one in each game and had career-high five against Manhattan and three vs. Saint Joseph's • had season-high seven groundballs in CAA semifinal loss to Hofstra and six vs. Manhattan • also caused two turnovers vs. Manhattan.
2013 SEASON (Game by Game)
Part of Delaware offensive unit but was limited to just five games of action due to an injury • missed first four games of the season • played in five games with four starts and recorded three goals and three assists • had nine shots to go with seven groundballs and four caused turnovers • scored two goals vs. Hofstra and added third vs. Towson • had assists vs. Villanova, Lafayette, and Towson • contributed two groundballs and two caused turnovers vs. Binghamton.
2012 SEASON (Game by Game)
Expected to redshirt in first season at Delaware but was pressed into duty at mid-season and was a solid performer in Blue Hen attack • saw action in seven games with seven starts and contributed four goals and four assists to go with 14 shots, six groundballs, and four caused turnovers • scored two goals in collegiate debut at Towson and came back in the next game to add two more scores plus an assist against Drexel • also dished out assists vs. Michigan, Mercer, and Penn State • had season-high three groundballs vs. Mercer and two caused turnovers against Penn State.
Participated on the lacrosse and basketball team at Germantown Academy • collected multiple honors in lacrosse • earned All-American, All-State, All-Inter-Ac, All-Phillylacrosse.com, and Intelligencer Player of the Year laurels • led Philadelphia area in assists and overall points in men's lacrosse • as a senior, led team to 15-4 record and league title • led basketball team to Independent schools state runner-up finishes in both 2008 and 2010 • member of the Student Council • received Headmaster’s Award.
Beau McAfee Jones • born Sept. 9, 1992 • son of Jeff and Jeanie Jones • father played football at the University of North Carolina • eldest brother, Kirk Jones, played basketball at Washington & Lee University • older sister, Amanda, was a two-time All-American lacrosse player at Duke University (2009-12) • finance major a Delaware • has been a member of the Avalon (N.J.) Beach Patrol during the summer • last summer interned with Pandora satellite radio and with CBS Sports television • hobbies include cooking and traveling.