Skip to main content Skip to footer

Jesse Flannery
Jesse  Flannery


Lewisburg, PA

High School:
Lewisburg Area

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170



MIT Edges Johns Hopkins in NCAA Second Round

Blue Jays’ Season Ends at 24-5


Johns Hopkins Advances to NCAA Second Round with 52-39 Win over La Roche

Doran Scores 18 to Power Blue Jays Past Redhawks


Johns Hopkins Picks Up Three Centennial Conference Awards

Doran and Gardner Grab First Team All-Centennial Conference Honors


Champions! Johns Hopkins Tops Swarthmore, 61-57, in Centennial Title Game

Gardner Named Tournament MVP


Three-Point Shooting Leads Hopkins Past Washington College, 81-63

Blue Jays Drain 15 Three-Pointers in 18-Point Win

- Named to Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team
- Grabbed three rebounds in season-opening win over Marymount
- Chipped in five points in win at McDaniel
- Scored six points to go with three rebounds and two assists in win over Gettysburg
- Had two assists and one steal in over 17th-ranked New Jersey City
- Finished with a season-high seven points in loss at Christopher Newport
- Grabbed five rebounds and two steals in win over Haverford
- Swiped four steals in win over Dickinson
- Poured in a career-best 15 points, going 5-of-6 from the field and 3-of-4 from three, in double overtime win over 11th-ranked Swarthmore. Sank two free throws with 0.5 seconds remaining in overtime to force a second overtime - Finished with 12 points and three assists in win at Washington College - Scored six points, grabbed four rebounds and two steals against MIT in NCAA Second Round game

- Played 26 game and started two
- Averaged 14.7 minutes, 2.5 points, 1.4 assists and 1.7 rebounds per game
- Pulled five boards in loss at Salisbury
- Handed out two assists in win over McDaniel
- Dished four assists at Gettysburg
- Scored six points, added two assists and two steals in loss at Muhlenberg
- Chipped in eight points and four helpers in win over Cazenovia
- Finished with seven points, going 4-of-4 from the field, in win over #16 Swarthmore
- Totaled six points, going 2-of-3 from downtown, to go with three assists and one steal in win at McDaniel
- Handed out a pair of assists win over Gettysburg
- Finished with three assists in win at Franklin & Marshall
- Grabbed six rebounds against Haverford
- Chipped in six points in Centennial Conference First Round loss to Ursinus

- Played all 25 games and started 18
- Averaged 4.7 points, 1.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game
- Chipped in four points and two steals in loss at Washington University
- Finished with six points and two steals in win at Ursinus
- Made first career start, scored a career-high 14 points and handed out a career-best five assists in loss to 17th-ranked Susquehanna
- Dished four assists and chipped in eight points in win over Alfred
- Tied career high with five assists and blocked a shot in win over Framingham State
- Handed out three assists versus Hampden-Sydney in Blue Jay Invitational title game
- Scored 12 points in win at Haverford
- Chipped in seven points and three assists in win over Muhlenberg
- Handed out three assists in loss at Dickinson
- Finished with five assists, no turnovers and two steals in win over Gettysburg
- Dished six assists and grabbed three steals at Muhlenberg
- Handed out six assists in upset win over 16th-ranked Franklin & Marshall
- Finished with a career-high eight assists and swiped two steals in win over Haverford
- Scored 10 points in loss to Dickinson
- Handed out five assists in win at Washington College

- Played 23 games and Averaged 1.1 points, 0.5 assists and 0.4 rebounds in 5.7 minutes per game
- Shot 93.8 percent from the free throw line
- Made collegiate debut in Coaches vs. Cancer Classic title game versus Keuka
- Scored on first career field goal attempt, a three-pointer, and had one assist versus Keuka
- Handed out two assists and chipped in four points in win over Swarthmore
- Grabbed a pair of rebounds in win over fourth-ranked Dickinson
- Chipped in six points with two assists and two steals in win over Ursinus
- Handed out three assists in win over Washington College

- Jesse Flannery
- Son of Pat and Patti Flannery
- Father played basketball at Bucknell; coached at Lebanon Valley and won an NCAA Championship in 1994; coached at Bucknell and retired as the second winningest coach in program history
- Helped team to second round of district playoffs as a freshman and sophomore
- Averaged 4.5 points, 2.6 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.1 steals per game as a junior
- Two-time captain and Standard Journal All-Star Team selection
- Led team to 23-5 record and first round of state playoffs as a junior
- Averaged 8.8 points, 2.4 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.0 steals per game while leading team to 23-4 record, district championship and first round of state tournament as a senior
- Also named First Team All-Heartland Athletic Conference as a senior
- Also played baseball in high school
- JHU Game Ops student worker
- Did a goodwill trip to Spain with Global Sports Academy this past summer
- Summer intern for Consumer Healthcare Products Association
- Majoring in political science and economics