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Jason Cain
Jason Cain

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
John Bartram H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 225

Position:
F




WORTH NOTING: Led the team in rebounds with an average of 7.6 a game and in offensive rebounds with 87 (average of 2.9 a game) for the 2005-06 season ... ranked seventh in the ACC in overall rebounding and tied for eighth in offensive rebounding ... finished the 2005-06 season tied for ninth in the ACC in double-doubles with six ... scored 15 points and had a career-high 16 rebounds in the home victory over Loyola (Md.) (12/23/05) ... scored a career-high 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the loss to Fordham (12/7/05) ... also established career highs with seven field goals and 16 field goals attempted against Fordham ... his nine offensive rebounds against Fordham are the second highest total by a UVa player (three have 10) since the statistic started being kept in the 1986-87 season and the most since Travis Watson had 10 against Maryland on Jan. 31, 2002 ... led the team in rebounds in 17 games in 2005-06 ... played off the bench in the first six games of the 2005-06 season before starting the last 24 games ... played in 22 games during the 2004-05 season and started seven ... started for the first time in his collegiate career in the victory over Clemson (1/22/05) ... played in 27 of the 31 games during the 2003-04 season ... established season highs in several categories including points (11), field goals made (4), field goals attempted (8), free throws made (3) and free throws attempted (5) in the loss at Wake Forest (1/31/04) ... was the Most Valuable Player of the 2003 Philadelphia Public League high school championship game and the Public League All-Star Game.

HONORS: 2005-06--Received the team's Most Rebounds Award. 2003-04--Received the Promising Prospect Award (team award).

AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06 - Led the team in rebounds with an average of 7.6 a game and in offensive rebounds with 87 (average of 2.9 a game) ... ranked seventh in the ACC in overall rebounding and tied for eighth in offensive rebounding ... finished the season tied for ninth in the ACC in double-doubles with six ... averaged a career-high 7.4 points a game for the season ... shot 76.5 percent (39-51) from the free throw line in the last 14 games of the season ... scored in double figures 10 times ... had double figure rebounds in nine games ... had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and tied his career high with three assists in the victory over Wake Forest (2/4/06) ... followed that game with 11 points and 13 rebounds in the loss at Maryland (2/7/06) ... had double-doubles in consecutive games against Loyola (Md.) and UMBC ... tied his career high with 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the win over UMBC (12/28/05) ... also had three blocked shots in that game ... scored 15 points and had a career-high 16 rebounds in the home victory over Loyola (Md.) (12/23/05) ... also had double-doubles in points and rebounds in consecutive games against Georgia Tech and Fordham ... scored 15 points and had 11 rebounds in the loss at Georgia Tech (12/4/05) ... it was the first double-double of his collegiate career ... then scored a career-high 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the loss to Fordham (12/7/05) ... also established career highs with seven field goals and 16 field goals attempted against Fordham ... his nine offensive rebounds against Fordham are the second highest total by a UVa player (three have 10) since the statistic started being kept in the 1986-87 season and the most since Travis Watson had 10 against Maryland on Jan. 31, 2002 ... led the team in rebounds in 17 games during the 2005-06 season ... played off the bench in the first six games of the season before starting the last 24 games ... averaged 26.4 minutes played a game for the season ... lettered for the third time.

2004-05--Played in 22 games and started seven ... averaged 2.6 points, 3.0 rebounds and 11.9 minutes played a game while shooting 48.9 percent (22-45) from the field ... started for the first time in his collegiate career in the victory over Clemson (1/22/05) ... scored four points and had one rebound in 20 minutes in that game ... had season highs with 13 points, five field goals and two blocked shots in the loss to N.C. State at University Hall (3/2/05) ... had a season-high nine rebounds and seven points in a season-high 34 minutes in the win at N.C. State (2/5/05) ... saw extensive action in the loss at Maryland (1/19/05) ... scored seven points, grabbed four rebounds, and blocked a shot in 16 minutes ... grabbed seven rebounds and scored four points in 14 minutes in the victory over Virginia Tech (2/12/05) ... had eight rebounds, three steals, two points, one assist and just one turnover in 29 minutes in the double overtime loss to Maryland (2/19/05) at University Hall ... scored three points and had five rebounds in seven minutes in the loss at Georgia Tech (1/8/05) ... had five rebounds in the loss at Providence (2/2/05) ...scored three points, had one rebound and one assist in six minutes in the loss to Miami (1/12/05) ... made the first three-point field goal of his collegiate career in that game ... lettered for the second time.

2003-04--Played a season-high 18 minutes in the win at VMI (12/5/03) ... established season highs in several categories including points (11), field goals made (4), field goals attempted (8), free throws made (3) and free throws attempted (5) in the loss at Wake Forest (1/31/04) ... scored six points in the loss to Providence (1/3/04) ... scored four points in six minutes in the win over High Point (11/30/03) ... scored four points and had two rebounds in 13 minutes in the home loss to Duke (1/11/04), and had five points, two rebounds and a blocked shot in the loss at Duke (2/11/04) ... had four points and two rebounds in the home victory over Clemson (1/20/04) ... grabbed a season-high four rebounds in the victory at Loyola Marymount (12/19/03) ... had a season-high three steals, and added four points and two rebounds in the loss at North Carolina (1/24/04) ... played in 27 of 31 games ... lettered.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds, eight assists and five blocked shots a game as a senior at John Bartram High School ... played for head coach Lou Biester ... John Bartram finished the 2002-03 season with an overall record of 24-4 and won the Philadelphia Public League Championship ... named the Most Valuable Player of the Philadelphia Public League championship game, earned first-team All-City honors and was the MVP of the Public League All-Star Game ... averaged 12 points and 12 rebounds a game as a junior in 2001-02 and earned All-Public League honors.

PERSONAL: Jason Edward Cain ... born March 31, 1985 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... mother is Sinnie Davis ... has four siblings ... anthropology major.

YearG-GSMP-Avg.FGM-FGAPct.3FM-3FAPct.FTM-FTAPct.Off-DefReb-AvgPF-DQAstTOBSStlPts-Avg
2003-04 27-0156-5.818-44.4090-1.00016-28.57116-1531-1.135-03142552-1.9
ACC 13-0 94-7.2 11-28 .393 0-1 .000 11-20 .550 11-8 19-1.5 22-0 3 7 1 4 33-2.5
2004-05 22-7262-11.922-45.4891-4.25013-22.59123-4366-3.035-081871269-2.6
ACC 16-6 212-13.3 19-39 .487 1-4 .250 9-16 .563 19-34 53-3.3 26-0 6 16 7 10 48-3.0
2005-06 30-24 792-26.4 77-159 .484 0-2 .000 68-99 .687 87-142 229-7.9 82-4 16 49 27 16 222-7.4
ACC 16-15 474-29.6 37-78 .474 0-0 .000 50-71 .704 49-77 126-7.9 44-2 10 31 22 8 124-7.8
career 79-311210-15.3117-248.4721-7.14397-149.651126-200326-4.1152-427813633332-4.2
ACC 45-21 780-17.3 67-145 .462 1-5 .200 70-107 .654 79-119 198-4.4 92-2 19 54 30 22 205-4.6

Cain's Career Highs
Points--16 vs. Fordham (12/7/05), vs. UMBC (12/28/05); Rebounds--16 vs. Loyola (12/23/05); FG Made--7 vs. Fordham (12/7/05); FG Att.--16 vs. Fordham (12/7/05); 3Pt. FG Made--1 vs. Miami (1/12/05); 3 Pt. FG Att.--1 on seven occasions; FT Made--7 vs. Maryland (2/7/06); FT Att.--9 vs. Maryland (3/5/06); Assists--3 vs. Florida State (1/11/06), vs. Wake Forest (2/4/06); Turnovers--6 vs. Florida State (2/16/06); Blocks--5 vs. UNC (1/19/06); Steals--3 vs. North Carolina (1/24/04), vs. Maryland (2/19/05); Minutes--39 vs. Virginia Tech (2/11/06), vs. Maryland (3/5/06)