Jeremy Wick '14
First Collegiate game: 10/8/10 at Minnesota State
First Collegiate point: 11/5/10 vs. Cornell (goal)
First Collegiate goal: 11/5/10 vs. Cornell
2010-11: 34 gm. 2-3-5, 15/49 pen/min.
2011-12: 32 gm. 1-5-6, 12/38 pen/min.
2011-12: Jeremy played in 32 games for the Saints as a sophomore and scored a goal with five assists. The goal was part of a comeback from three down at Brown to win 5-3. He assisted on the game winning goal in a 4-3 win over Minnesota State.
2010-11: A hard-hitting wing, Jeremy Wick played in 34 games for the Saints as a rookie and scored two goals and assisted on three others. He scored his first collegiate goal in a 3-0 home win over Cornell and scored his first collegiate game winner in a 4-1 win over Colgate the next night. He scored his first career playoff point in game two at Princeton, setting up the game winner in a 3-2 win.
A 40-goal scorer for the Georgetown Raiders Jr. A team, Jeremy Wick is an outstanding athlete who was also MVP of his high school football and rugby teams. He had 78 points on 40 goals and 38 assists for a Georgetown team which finished third in the OJHL. He was an alternate captain for the Raiders. The son of Tony and Sylvia Wick, he graduated from Westside Secondary School.