Pittsburgh native and former Mount Lebanon standout Jamey Napoleon has transferred to Towson after spending the first two seasons of her collegiate career at Central Connecticut State University.
Napoleon made her move official on Monday, via her Twitter.
So excited for this next opportunity!!💛always grateful! pic.twitter.com/Hs5R0ysQcx
— Jamey Napoleon (@JameyNap23) April 26, 2021
During her two-year stint with the Blue Devils, the 6-foot Napoleon regularly found herself being inserted into the starting lineup. After a handful of starts during the 2019-20 season, she started in 17 of 18 contests in her sophomore campaign.
Napoleon brings a consistent shot, as she made 48% of her shots from the floor and converted on 83% of her free throws this season. She will likely look to shoot on a more consistent basis with the Tigers after averaging 4.4 points per game this season. In nearly 31 minutes of action per game, Napoleon hit the boards with a certain tenacity, hauling in 6.9 rebounds per outing. She was also able to irritate opposing teams on offense by registering 2.3 blocks and 1.2 steals per contest as well.
CCSU struggled as a team for the two seasons that Napoleon was there, winning just eight games in total. Towson finished 13-9 this past season and fell in the CAA Tournament to Hofstra during the quarterfinal round.
Napoleon entered the transfer portal on March 23 of this year after tweeting a message about her time at CCSU.
— Jamey Napoleon (@JameyNap23) March 24, 2021