2008: Earned all-Pac-10 honors for the second consecutive season ... Improved his accolades to second team after being an honorable mention selection in 2007 ... Started all 17 games he appeared in (only Raymundo Reza started more games he appeared in - 18) ... Tied for fifth on the squad with seven points on three goals and one assist ... Tied with four others for third on the team with three goals ... Two of his three goals were game-winners ... Fired 16 shots over the year, with seven on net ... Scored the game-winning goal in SDSU's 2-0 triumph over Air Force on Sept. 14 ... Had an assist in the Aztecs' 3-3 double-overtime tie at UCLA on Oct. 5 ... Had at least one shot attempt in four straight games from Oct. 5-19 ... Scored a game-tying goal and added a season-high three shots attempts at Washington on Oct. 26 ... Scored the game-winning goal at home to help SDSU knock off California (Nov. 2) ... SDSU was 2-0-2 when he registered a point and 3-1-2 when he attempted at least two shots.
2007: Mainly played in the front, but would often move to the backfield to preserve an Aztec lead ... Named an all-Pac-10 honorable mention selection ... Joined Kraig Chiles as the only Aztecs to start all 19 games ... Only two others (Evan Toft and Freddy McDonald) played in all 19 contests ... Was third on the team with three goals ... Tied Nick Cardenas for third with six points ... Took 23 shots, third-most on the squad, with seven attempts on net ... Had a career-high five shots, including one on goal, against New Jersey Institute of Technology on Sept. 7 ... Scored a goal on his only shot attempt in the Aztecs' 2-0 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 9 ... Had arguably his best weekend of the season Sept. 21-22 when he helped SDSU win the UNLV Tournament by a pair of one-goal games ... He scored the game-winner and had three shots in the Aztecs' 1-0 victory over Missouri State on Sept. 21 ... Came back the next day with a goal on his only shot in SDSU's 2-1, double-overtime victory over Drake ... For his efforts, he was named the Pac-10 Player of the Week and the College Soccer News National Team of the Week ... Had two shots in four other games ... Played every minute in 10 contests, including two double-overtime games.
2006: Utilized his redshirt season.
2005: Was a mainstay of the Aztecs' stingy defense last season, appearing in 16 matches as a freshman ... Began a streak of 13 consecutive starts in the Aztecs' 3-0 win over Duquesne on Sept. 25 ... Took five shots on the season, two apiece against Duquesne and Oregon State (Oct. 30), and one versus Washington on Oct. 28 ... Played every minute of five consecutive games from Sept. 25-Oct. 9.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Oceanside High School under head coach Frank Zimmerman ... Was the Avocado League Player of the Year ... Is Oceanside High School's all-time leading scorer and was a first team all-North County, all-CIF and all-Avocado League selection ... San Diego section player of the year ... Gatorade player of the year ... One of 20 players named to the 2005 EA Sports High School All-American Boys Soccer Team ... As a Cal-South ODP product, he was a member of the ODP western regional champions and played his club soccer with the San Diego Surf Soccer Club.
Personal: Jamel Anthony Wallace was born on Aug. 12, 1987, in Fort Worth, Texas ... Son of Patricia and Gary Wallace. ... Majoring in public administration.