Jarmel Baxter
Jarmel Baxter

Hometown:
Davidson, NC

Position:
Graduate Assistant

Experience:
2nd Season

Alma Mater:
Fayetteville State



05/14/2013

FAYETTEVILLE STATE'S BASKETBALL PLAYERS ARE GRADUATING UNDER COACH ALPHONZA KEE

Five Players and a Manager Received Their Undergraduate Degrees at Spring Commencement

08/15/2012

FAYETTEVILLE STATE HONORS STUDENT-ATHLETES WITH AWARDS CEREMONY

Reid, Tate named as Broncos' top student-athletes of the year

04/26/2012

FAYETTEVILLE STATE HONORS STUDENT-ATHLETES WITH AWARD CEREMONY

Reid, Tate named as Broncos' top student-athletes of the year

02/20/2012

LIVINGSTONE HANGS ON TO SPOIL SENIOR NIGHT FOR BRONCOS

FSU falls to Blue Bears 74-65

02/04/2012

BRONCOS FALL IN ANOTHER TIGHT GAME, THIS TIME TO ST. AUG'S

Falcons manage to hold on to a 62-59 win over undermanned Broncos

12/13/2011

Broncos vs. Virgina Union

Midway through the first half, the Fayetteville State Broncos needed a spark. Jarmel Baxter provided one. And for a while, that was enough. But the Broncos couldn't overcome 22 turnovers and 28 fouls and Virginia Union had four players score in double figures to rally past Fayetteville State 82-77 on Monday in a nonconference game between CIAA foes

Jarmel Baxter is beginning his second season as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the Fayetteville State men's basketball team.

Baxter, a native of Davidson, NC, came to the Broncos program from North Mecklenburg High School and played three seasons at guard under head coach Alphonza Kee where he appeared in 80 career games and started in 52. He started in a career-high 22 games as a junior in 2010-11, in which he averaged eight points per game. Baxter also scored a career-high 25 points that season against St. Andrews. As a sophomore in 2009-10, he played in 25 games with 20 starts and averaged a career-best 8.3 points per game.

He finished up his career at Fayetteville State in 2011-12 averaging 6.3 points per game in 27 games played and 10 starts.

For his career, Baxter averaged 7.5 points per game while shooting 34 percent from the field and 33 percent from behind the three-point line.

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