15   Jamison Wells
Jamison Wells

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Combined Locks, Wis.

High School:
Kimberly

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185

Position:
OF

B/T:
R/R


02/13/2014

Reigning MAC West Champions Open Season in Arizona versus Minnesota

Camelback Ranch, home of the White Sox and Dodgers spring training facilities, will host the series

05/23/2013

Northern Illinois Baseball Ends Season MAC Tournament Loss Versus Buffalo

Bulls pitcher Mike Burke tossed 15th complete shutout in tournament history

05/22/2013

Huskies Unable to Overcome Falcons in 11 Inning MAC Tournament Opener

NIU led 4-0 through four innings; will return tomorrow at 8 a.m. Central

05/21/2013

Huskies Begin Quest For MAC Tournament Championship Wednesday

Northern Illinois will open against Bowling Green Wednesday

05/16/2013

Huskies Fall to Cardinals in Pitchers Duel, 3-2

Anderson tosses his sixth complete game of the year and surpassed 100 innnings pitched this season

05/08/2013

NIU Baseball Podcast - Week 12

Join Ed Mathey and Matt Scheerer for week 12 of the NIU baseball podcast

04/19/2013

NIU Baseball Podcast - Week 10

Week 10 of the NIU baseball podcast 10

04/11/2013

NIU Baseball Week Nine Podcast

Week nine of the NIU Baseball podcast

04/04/2013

NIU Baseball Week Eight Podcast

Week eight of the NIU Baseball Podcast, reviewing the sweep of the Akron series, highlights of the weekend and previewing the upcoming series with Central Michigan.

03/28/2013

NIU Baseball Week Seven Podcast

Head Coach Ed Mathey and Assistant Media Relations Director Matt Scheerer talk NIU baseball in the weekly podcast

2013:Started 55 of the 56 games he played in, matching Jeff Zimmerman for team highs in both areas ... Led the Huskies with 31 runs, 28 walks, and 23 stolen bases ... Sprinted out of the blocks with a two-for-four game at Texas Tech (Feb. 15) ... Walked, singled, stole, and scored versus BYU (Feb. 16) ... Tallied three singles and scored twice at Nevada (Feb. 23) ... Pounded out a pair of hits in back-to-back games at Minnesota and at Southern Illinois (March 3 & March 8) ... Doubled and scored at Belmont (March 15) ... Broke out of a 1-for-18 slump with two hits, including a triple, three runs, and a pair of RBIs at Akron (March 31) ... Stole second base in that game, breaking NIU's career steals record previously held by Alvin Maynard ... Continued his hot streak the next game versus UW-Milwaukee, piling up career highs in steals (3) and RBIs (4), as well as three hits and three runs (April 3) ... Walked, stole second and third, then scored at Central Michigan (April 6) ... Tied a personal best with four hits versus Western Michigan (April 12) ... Went two-for-four versus Western Michigan (April 14) ... Slapped an RBI single, walked twice, and stole a bag at Ohio (April 19) ... Had a two-for-two day and scored three runs at Ohio (April 21) ... Posted back-to-back two-for-five games versus Miami (April 26-27) ... Walked twice and scored versus Miami (April 28) ... Smashed an RBI double at Toledo (May 5) ... Knocked in two runs versus Eastern Michigan (May 11) ... Doubled, stole, and scored at UW-Milwaukee (May 14) ... Stole his 87th and final base versus Bowling Green in the MAC Tournament (May 22).

2012: Played and started in 53 games last games last season, 52 in centerfield and the other at second base ... Mid-American Conference stolen bases champion (25) ... Batted .238 with six doubles, 26 runs, 11 RBI, 17 walks and 25 stolen bases (team high) ... Also a carried an on-base percentage of .300 ... Totaled 51 hits ... Had 14 multi-hit games during the season, last at UIC (May 2) ... Stole two-or-more bases on five occasions, last doing so versus Akron (April 1) ... Recorded 145 putouts and 14 assists, including seven from the outfield ... Also laid seven sacrifice bunts ... Carried a 14-game hit streak into the season, ending it at 19 games following a hitless game versus Texas Tech (Feb. 26) ... Finished 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI versus Oregon State at the Coca Cola Classic in Surprise, Ariz. (March 4) ... Followed up with another 2-for-5 day at Austin Peay, accounting for a run, a double, an RBI, a walk and two stolen bases (March 9) ... Earned two walks versus Dayton (March 11) ... Stole two bases after batting 2-for-5 at Southern Illinois (March 16) ... Accounted for three hits in four at-bats with two runs, a walk and a stolen base in the home-opener versus UIC (March 20) ... Drove in two RBI (2-for-5) and scored two runs with a double, a walk and a steal in series finale win at Miami (Ohio) (April 15) ... Was 6-for-15 (.400) with two doubles and stolen bases with three runs in series sweep against the Redhawks (April 13-15) ... Batted 3-for-4 against Northwestern at FifthThird Bank Park (May 1).

2011: Played and started in 53 contests at center field ... Finished season with a .321 batting average, two home runs, 16 doubles, two triples, 26 RBI, 56 runs scored and 27 stolen bases ... Also notched a .361 on-base percentage and a .429 slugging percentage ... Named to the College Baseball Foundation and Diamond Sports' National All-Star lineup May 27, hitting .667 (14-for-21) with 11 runs, two doubles, one home run, three RBI, .905 slugging percentage, .682 on-base percentage, one walk and four steals ... Received Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week honors same week as well ... Ended season with a 14-game hitting streak; began streak with a .271 average ... Batted safely in 42-of-53 contests ... 22 multi-hit games ... In the field, recorded 155 putouts and four assists ... Tied for Mid-American Conference lead in runs (56) and was second in stolen bases (27) ... Top-10 in the league in doubles and hits ... Had a season-high five hits versus Eastern Michigan in the MAC Tournament, finishing 5-for-6 with one double, one triple, three RBI, two runs and a stolen base (May 27) ... Was perfect at the plate twice with four hits in four at-bats at Milwaukee (May 17) and Western Michigan (May 20) ... Drove in a season-high four runs versus Ball State with a double and a home run (May 15) ... Recorded five stolen bases versus North Dakota (March 16), Saint Louis (March 20), Aurora (March 30), Miami (Ohio) (April 10) and at Western Michigan (May 19) ... Homered in back-to-back games against Ball State (May 15) and Milwaukee (May 17).

2010: Stole a base as a pinch runner at Austin Peay (2/28) ... Scored the tying run after pinch running for Brett Frantini in the eighth inning at UC Santa Barbara (3/13) ... Notched his first collegiate hit, a single, at Southern Illinois (3/20) ... Cracked the first of four doubles for the season at Bradley (3/31) ... Contributed a pinch-hit single vs. Northwestern (4/14) ... Drove in a season-high three runs on two hits at Iowa (4/22) ... Torched Eagles pitching for three straight two-hit games vs. Eastern Michigan (5/7-5/9) ... Turned in a three-hit, two-steal performance at Ball State (5/14) ... Registered two hits, two runs, and run batted in vs. Milwaukee (5/18) ... Tallied a two-for-three day at vs. Western Michigan (5/20) ... Posted his fist collegiate triple in the last game of the season vs. Western Michigan (5/22) ... Finished second on the team in stolen bases (12).

High School: Helped Kimberly High School to a state championship in his sophomore year ... Finished second in the state as a junior, hitting .419 with 10 steals en route to being named a first-team all-conference ... Also named all-area as a junior to earn a spot in the Milwaukee Brewers All-Star Classic ... Earned a varsity letter in basketball as a sophomore ... Lettered in football in his final three years, garnering first team all-conference and all-region honors in his junior year as a defensive back ... Received several D-I football scholarship offers.

Personal: Born July 17, 1991 ... Son of John and Diane Wells ... Father played baseball at Ripon College ... Intends to major in physical education at NIU.

YEAR G/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB OBP SLG AVG
2010 41-25 98 15 25 4 1 0 9 31 9 28 12 318 .318 .255
2011 53-53 240 56 77 16 2 2 26 103 12 39 27 .361 .429 .321
2012

53-53

214 26 51 6 0 0 11 57 17 38 25 .300 .266 .238
2013

56-55

215 31 54 7 1 0 19 63 28 40 23 .359 .293 .251
CAREER
203-189 767 128 207 33 4 2 65 254 66 145 87 .338 .331 .270

CAREER HIGHS:
At-bats: 6 (eight times) last at Ball State (May 18, 2013)
Hits: 4 (three times) last versus Western Michigan (April 12, 2013)
Walks: 2 (seven times) last versus Miami (April 28, 2013)
Runs: 4 (two times) last at Western Michigan (May 20, 2011)
RBI: 4 (two times) last versus UW-Milwaukee (April 3, 2013)
Stolen bases: 3 versus UW-Milwaukee (April 3, 2013)
Hitting streak: 19 games, May 8, 2011 - February 26, 2012 (third-longest in program history)