University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
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#34 Jami Oaks

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Class: Sophomore

Pos: Guard/Forward

Ht: 5'9"

Hometown: South Fork, Pa.

High School: Forest Hills H.S.


AT PITT JOHNSTOWN...

       Jami played in 15 games as a true freshman last season…she averaged 1.1 points and one rebound in just over three minutes per game…Jami also made two three-point field goals and hit three of her four free-throw attempts…in limited action, Jami tallied highs of nine points against Columbia Union (MD) College on 02/22/04 and five rebounds against Pfeiffer (NC) University on 12/29/03…she also added six point against Pfeiffer and four rebounds against Columbia Union…Jami is a very athletic player who is developing into a solid player…she runs the court extremely well…last season, Jami was adjusting to the speed and talent of the college game…in time, she should be an asset for Coach Gault at both end of the court…daughter of Thomas and Tammy Oaks.

AT FOREST HILLS HIGH SCHOOL...

     Jami was a 2003 team captain and three-year letter winner who ended her career with 920 points, 420 rebounds, 174 steals, 141 assists and 61 blocked shots…she is the third all-time leading scorer in school history…holds all-time school record for points in a season with 457 set in 2003, and points in a game with 40 against Portage Area High School on December 17, 2002…her 40 points broke a record that stood since 1979… 2002 Most Valuable Player and three-time All-Tournament Team selection at Art Burkett Memorial Tournament…set scoring record with 59 total points at 2002 Art Burkett Memorial Tournament…two-time All-Tournament Team at Boswell Jaycees Holiday Tournament…1999 bronze medalist and 2000 silver medalist at AAU Western Pennsylvania Regional…three-year track letter winner and one-year cross country letter winner…placed 5th in the District VI High Jump…member of the National Honor Society and Who’s Who in American High Schools…Jami is a very athletic player who will develop into a solid player in time…she runs the court extremely well…Jami needs to adjust to the quickness of the college game…daughter of Thomas and Tammy Oaks…played for Head Coach Carol Cecere at Forest Hills High School.

Last Reviewed: November 11, 2004