|Hometown:||Guelph, Ont., Canada|
|Last School:||Centennial CVI|
2009-10: Academic All-Conference ... A rugged, no-nonsense player who provides huge effort plays ... Often asked to defend shooting guard, small forward and power forward positions ... Second on team in minutes played, third in field goal percentage and first among frontcourt players in assists ... Played in all 31 games with 21 starts ... Scored in every game but one ... Four double figure scoring games ... Season-high 17 points on 6-for-8 shooting, five rebounds at Middle Tennessee State (12/8/09) ... 11 points, five rebounds in season opening win vs. Portland State (11/13/09) ... 11 points, seven rebounds vs. Tennessee State (11/30/09) ... 10 points at Kennesaw State (12/3/09) ... Nine points, five rebounds vs. Kennesaw State (2/27/10) ... Nine points at Florida Gulf Coast (2/20/10) ... Season-high nine free throw attempts at ETSU (1/23/10) ... Eight points, career-high tying six assists, and five rebounds vs. North Florida (2/7/10) ... Six points and seven rebounds - including key offensive rebound late - in overtime victory at Mercer (12/5/09) ... Eight points and career-high tying nine rebounds at Mercer in Atlantic Sun Quarterfinal (3/4/10).
2008-09: Academic All-Conference ... Played in all 33 games with 28 starts ... Eight double figure scoring games ... Second on team and seventh in Atlantic Sun Conference in field goal percentage (.510) ... Also second on team in blocked shots ... Fourth on team in assists and rebounds ... Extremely versatile; equally adept and scoring from the post or off the bounce ... Career-high 20 points on 6-for-12 shooting with six rebounds at USC Upstate (1/17/09) ... 18 points on 8-for-10 shooting and five assists vs. Austin Peay (11/17/08) ... 17 points on 6-for-9 shooting, seven rebounds and five assists at Florida Gulf Coast (1/31/09) ... 13 points vs. Stetson (1/3/09) ... 13 points, five rebounds at Stetson (2/2/09) ... 13 points, career-high nine rebounds at Campbell (2/6/09) ... 11 points at Austin Peay (12/22/08) ... 10 points, five rebounds vs. Lipscomb (1/12/09) ... Nine points, eight rebounds and clutch three-pointer vs. East Tennessee State (2/14/09) ... Seven or more points in 21 games ... Two blocked shots in four games ... Eight points and career-high 37 minutes in overtime victory vs. Mercer (1/26/09) ... Eight points, five rebounds and career-high six assists at Mercer (2/22/09) ... 7-for-11 from the free throw line vs. James Madison (12/30/08) ... Three points, six rebounds, fouled out of Postseason CIT victory at Evansville (3/18/09).
2007-08: Academic All-Conference ... One of three Bruins to appear in all 34 games ... Started three games ... Then career-high nine points, seven rebounds and two blocks vs. Fisk (12/4/07) ... Seven points and six rebounds vs. Florida Gulf Coast (2/2/08) ... Six points and career-high nine rebounds vs. USC Upstate (1/19/08) ... Six points, five rebounds, and three steals in collegiate debut at Cincinnati (11/9/07) ... Five points and three assists at Stetson (1/31/08) ... Five points vs. Jacksonville (2/7/08) ... Four points and three rebounds in NCAA Tournament vs. Duke (3/20/08) ... Includes memorable driving layin for conventional three-point play ... Four points and three rebounds vs. Tennessee State (12/17/07) ... Four points - including big second half three-pointer - and three rebounds vs. Wright State (12/29/07) ... Four points and two steals vs. East Tennessee State (1/17/08) ... Big first half three-pointer vs. Lipscomb (2/22/08).
Prior to Belmont: Team MVP and leading scorer four straight seasons at Centenntial Collegiate Vocational Institute for coach Rob Conroy ... Nominated for Mr. Basketball Canada ... Top ranked small forward in province ... Most Valuable Player at District 10 Senior High School Finals ... Decorated international playing career for Canadian Junior National Team ... Played in all eight games for Canada in 2007 FIBA U-19 World Championships in Serbia ... Averaged nine points and four rebounds per game over the tournament, including four double-figure scoring games ... Hit three-point shot to give Team Ontario victory in the national championships of Canada ... Played in 2006 FIBA Americas U-18 Tournament in San Antonio ... Also played in the 2006 Global Games in Dallas and 2006 Albert Schweitzer Tournament in Manheim, Germany ... Gained a name for himself with his play in several summer showcase events as a part of Toronto Mission Team; including The Hoosier Shootout in Indianapolis and the Nike Main Event in Las Vegas.
Personal: Majoring in Business Administration ... Son of Ed and Claire House ... Born Jonathan Edward House on January 13, 1989 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada ... Also First Team All-District volleyball player ... Honor Roll student ... Has two siblings, Alison and Robert ... Lists Steve Nash, Andrea Bargnagni, and Kobe Bryant as favorite basketball players.