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Name:Jason Capel
Hometown:Chesapeake, VA
High School:St. John's Prospect Hall
Born:January 15, 1980 (39)
Height/Weight:6-8, 237
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball, 1998 McDonald's All-American
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A look back at the only two triple doubles in North Carolina basketball history
Brendan Haywood and Jason Capel hold unique records in UNC Basketball history. Wednesday marks the 19th anniversary of Haywood’s triple-double against Miami on Dec. 4,...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Elon
Cole Anthony came close to recording the third triple-double in UNC history. He finished with 9 points, 10 rebounds, and eight assists. Jason Capel and...

UNC vs. Pittsburgh Postgame Notes
Luke Maye became the 29th Tar Heel with 700 or more career rebounds (704). He is one of just three Tar Heels ever (Ademola Okulaja,...

Jeff Capel to hire brother Jason Capel as assistant coach at Pitt
Jeff Capel’s first staff at Pitt will feature a face as familiar to him as any. The first-year Panthers’ coach will hire his younger brother,...

Jason Capel is a Name to Watch for Pitt Basketball Assistant Job
Who will Jeff Capel hire to be his assistant coaches at Pitt? Few names have been mentioned, but Jason Capel, Jeff's younger brother, is someone...

Giving up triples might earn Theo Pinson a triple-double
In the entire history of UNC men’s basketball, there have been just two recorded triple-doubles. Brendan Haywood logged the first Tar Heel triple-double on Dec...

Jeff Capel's ALS diagnosis has made son Jason realize "how fragile life is"
Jeff Capel Jr., the Army veteran and former Old Dominion head coach, has ALS, an incurable, fatal disease. "My dad’s doing well," Jason Capel said...

The Primary Break: UNC-Pitt Quick Takes
Kennedy Meeks had his 10th double-double of the season with 18 points and 10 rebounds. He moved past Eric Montross into ninth place on UNC’s...

UNC Basketball To Host Davidson Sunday
Ninth-ranked North Carolina (6-1) will try for its fourth win in a row when it hosts Davidson (5-0) on Sunday evening in the Smith Center...

Antawn Jamison, Jason Capel Join ESPNU's College Basketball Coverage
Two former Tar Heel players will be a part of ESPNU's college basketball coverage during the upcoming season. 1998 National Player of the Year Antawn...


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