20 Julian Simmons
Julian Simmons


Katy, Texas

High School:
Cinco Ranch (USMAPS)

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 187



Army Ends Season With Loss At American

Black Knights Lose 57-40 In League Quarterfinals


Army Starts Postseason At American

No. 6 Black Knights Travel To No. 3 Eagles


Ellis Highlights Army All-Patriot League Selections

Black Knights Have First Team and All-Rookie Picks


Army Loses Overtime Thriller Versus Lehigh

Game Featured 20 Ties and 16 Lead Changes


Army Falls At Holy Cross

Black Knights Will Be Sixth Seed In PL Tournament


The Army Athletic Association Play of the Week for January 3, 2012.

The Army Athletic Association Play of the Week for January 3, 2012.


Highlights and reaction following the men's basketball game between Army and Dartmouth.

Highlights and reaction following the men's basketball game between Army and Dartmouth.


Army-Navy Men's Basketball

Army vs. Navy men's basketball at Christl Arena on Feb. 11, 2012.


Army vs. Marywood

Army vs. Marywood (Nov. 16, 2011)

Milestones: Moved into fourth place all-time at Army with 168 three-pointers ... occupies 11th place on Army's career three-point field goal percentage list at 37.5 percent (168-448) ... Black Knights' active career leader with 908 points.

As a junior (2010-11): 68 three-pointers ranked eighth on Army single-season ledger ... Army's third-leading scorer at 12.5 points per game ... ranked 12th in the Patriot League ... had his 17-game streak of scoring in double figures snapped with three points against Lafayette ... ranked third in the Patriot League with 2.3 three-pointers per game ... averaged 3.1 rebounds per game ... entered the season, averaging 1.2 boards per game for his career ... scored 19 points and grabbed a season-high five rebounds in the opener against Vassar ... tallied his fourth career 20-point game with 23 markers against Central Connecticut ... made five three-pointers against the Blue Devils ... matched his career high with 30 points in the win over Bryant ... scored 10 of his 30 during Army's decisive 24-12 run that brought the Black Knights back from a two-point deficit with less than eight minutes to play ... registered his third 20-point game of the season with 28 points in a season-high 28 minutes of work at Yale ... made a career-high 10 free throws in 12 attempts opposite the Bulldogs ... snared a then career-high eight rebounds against Buffalo ... made a career-high six three-pointers as part of his 21-point effort in the win at Texas-Pan American ... led the team with 19 points and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in the win over Dartmouth ... scored 20 points in the win at Colgate ... converted a four-point play to push Army's lead back to six after the Raiders trimmed a 17-point deficit to only two with four minutes to go ... tallied a team-high 24 points and six rebounds in the home loss to Holy Cross, marking the first time in his career he scored at least 20 points in consecutive games.

As a sophomore (2009-10): Played in all 29 games, making 22 starts ... Army's second-leading scorer at 11.3 points per game ... led the Black Knights in scoring eight times ... ranked 11th on Army single-season three-point list with 61 triples ... had a career game at Buffalo, setting or tying career bests with 30 points on 12 field goals, including five three-pointers ... also made a career-high three steals against the Bulls ... reached double figures in a career-high four straight games to start the season ... scored 13 points in only 10 minutes of work off the bench in the opener at VMI ... shot 6 of 11 from the floor opposite the Keydets, including a 1-for-3 showing from long range ... led the team with 15 points in only 14 minutes in the victory over LIU ... made 3-of-4 three-pointers and 5-of-8 shots overall versus the Blackbirds ... tallied 10 points in his first start of the season in the win at Princeton ... paced the squad with 16 points in the win over Harvard ... scored 11 of his points in the final 6:04 to lead Army's comeback from a six-point deficit ... was a career-best 5 for 7 from the free throw line opposite the Crimson ... blocked the first shot of his career against Bryant ... scored a team-high 17 points, including a career-best tying five three-pointers, in the win at Fairleigh Dickinson ... had his 13-game streak with at least one three-pointer stopped with an 0-for-3 showing versus Dartmouth ... tied for the team lead with 14 points in a season-high 28 minutes at SMU ... matched his career high with five rebounds opposite the Mustangs ... posted a game-high 17 points at Portland ... tied his career best with five three-pointers against the Pilots ... scored 15 of his game-high 16 points in the win over Brown in the second half ... hit three three-pointers to help Army erase a six-point deficit ... tallied 17 points, including four three-pointers, a season-high two assists and a career-best three steals in the win at Holy Cross ... broke out of his two-game scoring slump with a team-high 16 points in the loss at Navy ... totaled 18 points on 7 of 14 shooting at Lafayette ... made four of his eight three-point tries against the Leopards ... scored 14 points and grabbed a career-high six rebounds in the home victory over Colgate.

As a freshman (2008-09): Named to the Patriot League All-Rookie Team ... Scored 207 points, the highest scoring total by an Army freshman since J.P. Spatola's 217 markers during the 2000-01 season ... was Army's third-leading scorer at 7.5 points per game for the season ... averaged 11.9 points per game in January ... made five starts in that time and averaged 14.4 points in those games ... scored 11.2 points per game in his 12 starts ... led the team with 39 three-pointers, the best mark by an Army rookie since Chris Spatola had 46 in 1998-99 ... recorded the fourth-best three-point total by a rookie in West Point history ... averaged 12.8 points per game in the last four outings ... ranked third on the team with nine double-digit scoring games ... was Army's third-leading scorer during league play at 8.9 points per game ... Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week three times ... earned the award for the first time for the Week on Dec. 1 after averaging 10.0 points against Brown and Harvard, including a then-career-best 18 markers versus the Bears ... honored again on Jan. 12 after averaging 16.0 points per game against Fairfield and Colgate ... won the final award of the regular season after scoring 19.0 points per game, including a career-high 21 points at Bucknell, in a pair of Army wins that secured the No. 4 seed in the conference tournament ... made his collegiate debut with eight points, two rebounds, an assist and a steal in 16 minutes in the season opener against Dartmouth ... notched his first career double-digit scoring game at LIU with 10 points in a season-high 24 minutes ... also set or tied career standards in field goals (4), field goal attempts (16), three-pointers (2), three-point attempts (9) and steals (2) ... tallied a then-career-high 18 points, including a career-best four three-pointers, at Brown, the most points scored by a Black Knights' rookie on the road since Grant Carter netted 21 at Navy on Feb. 6, 2005 ... shot 6 of 13, including 4 of 7 from deep opposite the Bears ... scored 15 points at Dartmouth in his first career start ... played a career-best 30 minutes opposite the Big Green ... scored a then-career-best 19 points against Fairfield, including four three-pointers, in 37 minutes of work ... led the Black Knights with 13 points, 10 of which came in the first half, in the home loss to Colgate ... tied for the team lead with 14 points at Lehigh ... made the first three shots of his Army-Navy debut, all three-pointers during the Black Knights 20-6 first-half run that gave them the lead for good ... had his first career 20-point game against Lafayette ... hit two free throws with 6.6 seconds left to provide the winning points in the 57-56 win ... marked the highest-scoring game by a Black Knight rookie since Chris Walker netted 23 points in a 79-72 win over VMI on Nov. 28, 2006 ... led the Black Knights with 17 points in the road win over Lafayette on Feb. 25 ... poured in a career-high 21 points at Bucknell, including a career-best five three-pointers ... also snagged a career-high five rebounds in the win.

High School: Lettered four times for coach Rick Ellis at Cinco Ranch High School ... captained the squad for one season ... averaged 21 points, four rebounds and three assists during his senior season ... earned Cinco Ranch's MVP award as a senior ... awarded the Cinco Ranch Cougar Heart Award ... named first-team all-district three times ... honored as a district MVP candidate ... twice led the Cougars in scoring ... ranked as the 24th-best player in Texas by RCSsports.com ... member of Texashoops.com's Power 100 ... two-time Houston Chronicle Player of the Week ... lists his career highlight as hitting the game-winning shot with two seconds left against arch rival to put Cinco Ranch in the playoffs as a junior ... played one year at the U.S. Military Academy Prep School ... named the most valuable player at USMAPS in 2007-08 ... averaged 24 points, three rebounds and three assists at the prep school ... scored a season-high 40 points ... named to the Dean's and Commandant's List while attending the prep school... played on the Houston Hoops club squad that was ranked fifth in the nation during the 2005-06 season ... made the all-tournament team at the McDonald's Invitational Tournament as a junior and the Nike Memorial Day AAU Classic as a sophomore.

Personal: Given name is Julian Curtis Simmons ... parents' names are James and Helen Simmons ... two brothers, Justyn and Jaylon (deceased) ... member of Cinco Ranch's Future Business Leaders of American and Peer Assistance Leadership chapters ... member and graduate of Jack and Jill of America ... enjoys watching movies, reading, listening to music and spending time with family ... favorite quote is, "Faith is taking the first step even you don't see the whole staircase," by Martin Luther King Jr. ... major is undeclared.

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