Men's Basketball

Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram

RS Senior

San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Marshall H.S.

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 245



#TBT Big Ten Medal of Honor - Jack Ingram 2005

Ingram was a spokesperson and leader for the memorable 2004-05 Illinois men's basketball team.

2004-2005 Senior: Academic All-Big Ten selection ...Ilinois' first big man off the bench played in all 39 games, averaging 15.1 minutes per game ... Averaged 4.5 points and 2.7 rebounds on the season ... Played a career-high 30 minutes vs. North Carolina in the national championship game (April 4), recording 11 points and a season-high seven rebounds ...Scored nine points vs. Louisville in the Final Four (April 2) ... Played 28 minutes, scoring eight points vs. Arizona in the regional final (March 26) ... Scored a career-high 12 points on 6-7 shooting while also tallying three steals vs. Nevada in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (March 19) ... Had a big game at Wisconsin on Jan. 25 when he scored eight points, including back-to-back 3-pointers during a second-half run in which Illinois fought back from an eight-point deficit to take the lead for good ...Scored eight points in six different regular-season games, vs. Longwood (Dec. 27), vs. Ohio State (Jan. 5), vs. Iowa (Jan. 20), at Wisconsin (Jan. 25) vs. Minnesota (Jan. 29) and at Ohio State (March 6) ...Grabbed six rebounds twice, vs. Valparaiso (Dec. 19) and at Wisconsin (Jan. 25) ...Had a career-high three blocks vs. Northwestern State (Dec. 30).

2003-2004 Junior: Academic All-Big Ten selection ...Saw action in every game of the season as a reserve ... Contributed with solid post defense and rebounding ... Averaged 8.9 minutes per game ... Thirty-one of his 73 rebounds were at the offensive end ... Scored season-high nine points and had seven rebounds in NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Murray State ... Had six points and five rebounds in Big Ten Tournament semifinal win over Michigan ...Scored eight points and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Mercer ...Illinois' top rebounder vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore with eight boards.

2002-2003 Redshirt: Transferred to Illinois prior to the beginning of the 2002-03 school year and sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules.

Originally recruited to Tulsa by former UI coach Bill Self ... Lettered two years at Tulsa, playing in 71 games with 11 starts ... Had career averages of 3.7 points and 3.0 rebounds over his two seasons at Tulsa ... Averaged 4.4 points and 3.5 rebounds in 2002, while playing over 13 minutes per contest ... Grabbed a career-high 10 boards against Morris Brown in the second game of the 2001-02 season ... Was third on the team with 30 blocks as a sophomore ... Shot 34 percent (11-32) from beyond the arc and 85 percent (29-34) from the free throw line in 2002 ... As a freshman, averaged 3.1 points and 2.5 rebounds in 13.0 minutes per game, while ranking second on the squad with 26 blocked shots ... Tallied 12 points against North Carolina and a career-best 13 points against Jackson State ... Started 11 straight games at one point as a freshman.

Four-year letterwinner at John Marshall High School ... Started both his junior and senior seasons while leading his team to a cumulative 42-26 record in those two seasons ... Had career averages of 18.0 points and 9.0 rebounds ... Scored at a 22.0 clip and grabbed 11.0 rebounds during his senior season ... Shot 72 percent from the field and 35 percent from three-point range as a senior ... Earned First-Team All-District honors both his junior and senior seasons ... Named to the San Antonio Express-News First-Team All-City squad as a senior and to the second team his junior season ... Was selected to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Region IV first team as a senior ... Averaged 16 points and eight rebounds as a junior ... Missed most of his sophomore season with a knee injury ... High school coach was Terry Morris.

Born April 23, 1982, in Las Vegas ... Mother is Pam Millisor ... Will graduate in May with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering ... Enjoys fishing, golfing, listening to music, playing video games and reading ... Favorite athlete is Tim Duncan because "He has no weakness as a player and can beat you in so many different ways with a cool and confident demeanor" ... Past jobs include working at Six Flags as a roller coaster operator ... Attended American Legion Boy's State while in high school ... Favorite people in the world are his niece and nephews.

Ingram's Career Statistics:

Year    G-GS      MIN-Avg     FGM-A/%        3PM-A/%      FTM-A/%        OR-DR--TOT/Avg     PF-DQ   A    TO    B    S     PTS/Avg
00-01   37-11     481-13.0    46-102/.451    0-4/.000     23-33/.697     41-52--93/2.5      77-3    11   17    26   11    115/3.1
01-02   34-0      445-13.1    54-129/.419    11-32/.344   29-34/.853     45-73--118/3.5     72-2    14   21    30   13    148/4.4
03-04   33-0      293-8.9     32-75/.427     1-7/.143     8-12/.667      31-42--73/2.2      52-1    14   11    9    7     73/2.2
04-05   39-0      589-15.1    71-150/.473    9-23/.391    23-29/.793     51-56--107/2.7     79-2    17   15    20   26    174/4.5
Totals  143-11    1808-12.6   203-456/.445   21-66/.318   83-108/.769    168-223--391/2.7   280-8   56   64    85   57    510/3.6
* Statistics from 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons are from Tulsa.