|High School:||Dwight-Englewood/Peddie School|
through the 2015-16 season
|Points||14 vs. Pine Manor, 1/16/16
|Field Goals||6 vs. Pine Manor, 1/16/16
|FG Attempts||6 twice, last vs. Pine Manor, 1/16/16
|Free Throws||7 vs. Lyndon State, 11/10/13|
|FT Attempts||7 vs. Lyndon State, 11/10/13|
|Off. Rebounds||3 three times, last at Princeton, 2/6/16
|Def. Rebounds||4 vs. Lyndon State, 11/10/13|
|Rebounds||7 vs. Lyndon State, 11/10/13|
|Assists||1 three times, last vs. Pine Manor, 1/16/16
|Turnovers||4 at Longwood, 12/3/14
|Blocks||4 vs. Columbia, 2/14/15|
|Steals||3 vs. Penn, 1/31/14|
|Minutes||25 vs. Columbia, 2/14/15
Produced the highest single-season field goal percentage (.810, 17-of-21) of any Big Green player to ever attempt at least five shots ... five of those makes came on dunks ... began the season with a rebound, block and steal at Seton Hall ... sank first shot of the year at Marist ... playing time picked up in the new year, notably against Pine Manor as he hit every shot (6-6 FG, 2-2 FT) for a career-high 14 points with four rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal in 20 minutes of the 121-56 victory ... in a home loss to Columbia, went 3-for-3 from the floor with a pair of foul shots to contribute eight points in 12 minutes ... as usual, played well in his home state at Princeton, scoring seven points, grabbing four boards and blocking two shots ... ended the season with another good showing versus the Tigers, chipping in eight points on 3-of-4 from the floor and 2-of-2 at the stripe.
Played in all but two games all season, starting twice (Dartmouth won both games) ... second on the team with 11 blocked shots ... hit both of his shots against New Hampshire on Nov. 30 ... touched Longwood for season highs in scoring (7 points) and rebounds (4) in 24 minutes ... had a single field goal at Penn State on Dec. 22, a two-hand dunk ... continued to play well against the Ivy school from his home state, going 5-for-7 for 10 points in 23 minutes over the two showdowns with Princeton ... first start came against Columbia as he set career highs in minutes played (25) and blocks (4) in the 61-49 triumph ... also got the nod against Penn, whith was another Big Green victory, 67-62.
Played in all but four games as a rookie ... one-handed free-throw shooter was third on team at the foul line at 76.0 percent ... made collegiate debut in season opener against Lyndon State, tallying nine points while going 7-of-7 at the charity stripe with season-high seven rebounds in 14 minutes ... snared three offensive boards the next game against Bryant ... pitched in six points, three rebounds and a block versus Lesley ... picked up three steals in the 67-58 win over Penn ... scored a season-high 10 points on 3-of-4 shooting and 4-of-6 at the line with four rebounds at Princeton.
Four-time letterman and three-time captain for coach Eli Goldberger at Dwight-Englewood School before taking a post-grad year at the Peddie School for coach Joe Rulewich ... named first-team all-league all four years at Dwight-Englewood, twice first-team all-county ... also second-team All-New Jersey as a senior, third team as a junior ... averaged 18.4 points, nine rebounds, three assists and two blocks as a senior ... led his team to Bergen County Scholastic League championships each of his last two years as well with records of 25-4 and 23-6 ... went on to earn first-team All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League honors while averaging nearly 17 points a game for the Falcons as a post-grad ... National Society of High School Scholars ... participated in the finance club and was co-president of Helping Out People Everywhere (HOPE).
Full name is Wesley Joseph Dickinson ... born on Oct. 8, 1994 ... only child of Mark and Theresa ... parents both did graduate work at Harvard... plans on going into business after graduation ... also has an artistic streak likely inherited from his mother who is an art proprietor ... enjoys music, drawing and reading, as well as playing chess.
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