Finished the season with 18 tackles (10 solos, 8 assists)...started his first game as an Eagle at linebacker at Ball State and got the start the first four games of the season...had three solos and four assists against the Cardinals...one solo vs. Penn State...one assist vs. Connecticut...two solos and one assist at Wake Forest...one solo vs. Massachusetts...three solos and one assist at West Virginia...one assist vs. Syracuse.
Saw significant playing time in the linebacker rotation in 11 of BC's 13 games...three solos, one assist, one TFL, one quarterback hurry vs. Penn State...two solos, one assist at Connecticut ...one solo, one assist, one fumble recovery vs. Miami...one solo, one assist, one QB hurry vs. Ball State...three solos, one QB hurry at Temple...one solo, three assists vs. Pittsburgh...two solos, two assists vs. West Virginia...two tackles vs. Colorado State in the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl.
Made his first appearance on the BC two-deep as a No. 2 linebacker for the Central Michigan game...responded with two solos in that game...two assists vs. Navy...one solo vs. West Virginia...two solos vs. Temple...one tackle vs. Rutgers.
Earned all-state honorable mention and all-area second team honors as a senior linebacker at Cardinal Mooney High School in Sarasota, Fla...captured 2000 all-Southeast honors from Tom Lemming...was an all-area honorable mention choice as a sophomore and junior...registered 101 tackles in six games as a senior; also totaled 10 sacks, two interceptions and six pass breakups...served as team captain as a senior...became the first player in school history to capture two team awards; gained the most valuable senior and the inspirational player of the year awards in 2000...played for head coach Mike Dowling...also competed on the school's track team.
Jonathan W. Misiewicz, born April 10, 1982...was born in Louisville, Ky....enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Jon is the oldest of Lisa and Theodore Misiewicz's three children.