|High School:||Bishop Eustace Prep|
2003-04: Had a season-high 20 points against Columbia, playing a career-high 23 minutes. Opened season by scoring 15 against Connecticut. Had five assists without committing a turnover. 2002-03: The only player on the team to start all 29 games and been in double figures in 21. Registered his 100th career steal against Monmouth on January 23. Tied his career scoring high with 21 points at Vermont and then did it again two games later against Columbia, hitting seven of nine from three. Hit the game-winning three with :02 left. Played a career-high 40 minutes in second meeting with St. Francis (PA). .Tied career high with eight assists against Manhattan. Set new career high with five steals against Yale. 2001-02: Played in all 28 games, starting 24. Averaged 7.8 points and 3.6 assists per game. Led the Pioneers with 41 steals. Had a career-high eight assists on 2/16/02 in a 95-86 win over St. Francis (NY). Finished eighth in the NEC in assists. Had a career-high 21 points in season opener on 11/19/01 against Stony Brook. 2000-01: In his rookie season, appeared in every game, starting four. He finished second on the squad with 77 assists, finishing 14th overall in the NEC. On two occasions he recorded the team high in points, topped by a season-high 19 in a dramatic upset of regular-season champion St. Francis (NY) on 2/2/01.
High School: A standout performer at Bishop Eustace Prep in Pennsauken, NJ, where he averaged 11.7 points and 8.8 assists per game as a senior, earning a spot in the All-Conference second team. Led Prep to two consecutive Olympic Conference National Championships in 1997-98 and 1998-99. Was captain of the team his junior and senior years.
Personal: Son of Al and Karen Wellington. Majoring in Business Administration. Favorite sports teams are the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia 76ers. Favorite athletes are Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson. Favorite movie is Coming to America and favorite television show is Martin.