2010-11: Begins his senior year as one of the top players in the Capital Athletic Conference . . . is a key cog in the Spartan rotation . . . is a skilled offensive player that has the ability to score or create for others on the perimeter . . . can shoot the ball from deep while he can also score by slashing to the basket . . . is a very good free throw shooter and has the ability to get to the line frequently . . . is a leader on and off the floor for the Spartans . . . has the potential to be an impact defensive player for York.
2009-10: Had a fantastic first year in the Green and White as he played in and started all 26 games for the Spartans en route to earning second-team All-CAC accolades . . . averaged 30.5 minutes, 16.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.7 steals per game as a junior . . . reached double figures in all but two games and scored at least eight points in all 26 games . . . had six 20-plus point efforts throughout the year . . . had a career-high 27 points in the February 13 game against Mary Washington . . . recorded one double-double with 13 points and a career-high 11 rebounds in the December 14 game against Wesley . . . shot 48.2% from the floor, 43% from three, and 81.3% from the free throw line for the year . . . sank a career-high six three pointers in the game at home against Mary Washington . . . established a career-high with nine field goals made three times as he did it at Mount Aloysius, at Wesley on January 23 and at home against Mary Washington . . . established a career-high with six assists in the December 14 win over Wesley . . . collected a career-high four steals in back-to-back games on November 24 against Gettysburg and November 28 at Messiah . . . hit the game-winning three pointer against Gettysburg as the Spartans overcame a 15-point second half deficit . . . had 72 assists for the season as he was a plus 20 in assists against turnovers.
Personal: Is the son of Ira and Valerie Whaley . . . born on June 1, 1989 . . . is a Sport Management major . . . played for Brian Schmoyer?at Dover High School . . . was a 1,000 career point scorer at Dover . . . played at Chestnut Hill from 2007 to 2009 where he averaged 12.1 points and 3.6 rebounds per game as a freshman and 10.6 points and 3.2 boards per game as a sophomore . . . made 95 three pointers in 55 career games at Chestnut Hill.