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Adam Jones

Won the gold medal with Team Canada in the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in July…named NLL Second-Team All-Pro in 2014 despite missing five games due to injury…set career-highs in 2014 in goals (39), goals-per-game average (3.0), points-per-game average (5.0), forced turnovers (18), and shooting percentage (.247)…Jones’ shooting percentage led the NLL among all players who scored 18 or more goals…recorded the 100th goal of his career in regular-season finale on April 26, 2014 in 13-12 win at Philadelphia…set single-game career-best with seven goals scored at Calgary on January 25, 2014 in 14-13 win on just 14 shots…scored five goals in the overtime playoff loss to Calgary on May 3, 2014…has scored three or more goals in all three career playoff games…returned to the Active Roster on March 29, 2014...placed on the Injured Reserve - Second Level list on February 7, 2014...a left-handed goal-scoring threat, Jones eclipsed 30-goal plateau in final game of 2013 regular season (April 20 @ Minnesota) with a season-best five goals and eight points…notched 12 power-play goals and two short-handed goals in 2013, while scoring one or more goals in every game and two or more in 12 of the 16…scooped up 87 loose balls and forced 12 turnovers…enters the 2014 season two points shy of 150 for his career, and 14 assists shy of 100…has scored seven goals in two career playoff games…was the second Mammoth player to be named the league’s Rookie of the Year (2012) after leading all first-year players in assists (47) and points (76) – both stats were franchise rookie records, as was Jones’ goal total (29)…was two-time NLL Rookie of the Month (January and March), and a three-time NLL Rookie of the Week…was the third-overall selection in the 2011 NLL Entry Draft…won two Minto Cups with the Orangeville Northmen and was named the Championship’s Most Outstanding Player in 2009…named the tournament MVP and Top Midfielder of the 2008 ILF U-19 Men’s Lacrosse World Championships playing for Team Canada… played college lacrosse at Canisius with teammate and fellow 2011 NLL Entry Draft first-round pick Dan Coates.


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