Career Statistics: Seven games played, 2-for-5 on field goals, 13-for-15 on extra points, 19 points.
2017 (Junior): Appeared in the 2017 season opener against Marist and kicked one extra point.
2016 (Sophomore): Made first career appearance in third game of season vs. Cornell ... rushed into action after starting kicker Alex Pechin was injured during pregame warmups ... was 1-for-2 on extra points and 1-for-1 on field goals in first game ... finished season 12-for-14 on extra points and 2-for-5 on field goals ... connected on field goals of 21 and 22 yards ... fourth on team with 18 points ... led team in made extra points ... tied with Pechin for the team lead in field goals ... saw action in six games ... named Most Improved Special Teams Player during spring practice.
2015 (Freshman): Did not appear in a game as a backup kicker.
Wellsboro Area High School: Member of football, soccer, wrestling and track & field teams ... earned United States Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award ... two-time all-region football kicker ... Honorable Mention All-District 4 kicker as a senior ... second-team all-conference kicker as a junior ... converted 91 percent of extra points ... ranked 12th in Pennsylvania in total points scored in 2013 ... helped football team to 10-1 record and league title as a junior ... named track & field team MVP as a senior ... named NTL Senior Student-Athlete of the Year ... earned Roger Dibble Memorial Award for wrestling ... two-year wrestling team captain ... first-team all-region and all-conference soccer player ... four-time district qualifier in 300-meter hurdles ... finished seventh in 300 hurdles three years in a row.
Personal: Jonathan Michael Chambers ... born Sept. 16, 1996 in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ... son of Carl and Karen Chambers, who are both 1989 graduates of Bucknell ... Carl was a member of the Bison wrestling team ... has one sister, Becky, who is a member of Bucknell’s Class of 2017 ... fifth generation Bucknellian with approximately 20 Bucknell graduates in family ... grandfather, Robert DeCamp ’62, was a member of the Bucknell track and field team ... majoring in mechanical engineering.