5' 9"
Cody JamiesonNumber: #

Pro Experience:

4th season

College/Last Team:





Six Nations


Signed the longest contract in NLL history, inking a 10-year deal with the Knighthawks on December 23, 2010… Rochester Knighthawks first-round selection (first overall) in the 2010 NLL Entry Draft.


He enters his fourth season in the NLL and fourth with the Knighthawks… Won back-to-back Champion’s Cups (2012-13)… The second player in NLL history to win back-to-back Championship Game MVP Awards, joining John Tavares (1992-93)… In 2013, he had a career high 61 assists, which was the second most in team single-season history… Fourth in the NLL in assists and sixth in points… 10th place on the Knighthawks’ all-time goals-scoring (92) and points list (227)… Led the Knighthawks in assists and a career-high 89 points… Tied his career high with nine points (3+6) on 4/13/13… Notched his 200th career point on 4/6/13… Recorded his 100th career assist on 2/23/13… Named the NLL Offensive Player of the Week after notching five goals and 11 assists in two games (2/8-2/9/13)… He set a single-game best with seven assists and tied his career-best with nine points on 2/8… Notched his 150th professional point on 1/26/13… Was an alternate captain for the first time in his career on 1/19/13… Named the Championship Game MVP after notching four goals and four assists in the title game… Was second in playoff points (17), tied for second in goals (8) and tied for fourth in assists (9)… Second Team All-Pro… Named Knighthawks’ MVP… Led Rochester in goals, assists and points… Had a career-high five goals on 3/31/12… Notched his 100th career point on 3/03/12… Named a starter for the East Division All-Star team and had six points (2+4)… On 4/6/12, he extended his goal-scoring (21) and point streaks (29)… Set a new career high with six assists in a game and tied his single-game best with nine points… Tied his career high with four goals in an eight-point effort… On 1/14/12, he tied his career high with four goals, while setting new marks for assists (five) and points (nine)… Named to the NLL All-Rookie Team… Won Rookie of the Month for April after recording 10 goals and 12 assists in five games… Captured the NLL Rookie Points title… Led the Knighthawks with 28 goals… Named the Knighthawks Rookie of the Year… Has played for the Hamilton Nationals of Major League Lacrosse from 2010-12… Played his college lacrosse at Syracuse University (2009-10)… Scored the OT game-winning goal in the 2009 National Championship game… Played for Onondaga Community College (OCC) from 2006 to 2007… Led the Lazers to back-to-back junior college national championships and a combined record of 33-0 in his two seasons (18-0 in 2006 and 15-0 in 2007)… From 2010-12, he played for the Iroquois Nationals in the Bowhunter Cup, winning it in 2011 and 2012… Won a silver medal with the Iroquois team at the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships… Named the Transition Player of the tournament and All-World… In 2010, 2011 and 2012, he won the Nations Cup with the Ohsweken Aces… Member of the Iroquois Nationals that was scheduled to play at the 2010 FIL World Lacrosse Championship… Plays for the Six Nations Chiefs and won the 2013 Mann Cup… Named the winner of the Mike Kelly Award as the Mann Cup MVP… Named the 2013 MSL Playoff MVP... In 2009, he was named the winner of the Jim Murphy Award as the league’s MVP, the Gene Dopp Award as outstanding rookie and the Buck McDonald Award as the league’s top scorer with 48 goals and 48 assists for 96 points… It was the first time in MSL history anyone has won all three awards in the same season… In his junior career, he scored 199 goals and assisted on 196 in 103 regular season games… Inaugural winner of the NLL Insider Junior Player of the Year Award in 2008… Was a First Team All-Star in 2007 and 2008… In 2008, he was the winner of the Bobby Allen Award as the top scorer in Junior “A” lacrosse… He led the league with 101 points and 59 goals in 21 games… Voted the MVP of the Minto Cup after leading the Six Nations Arrows to the 2007 title… Winner of the Tom Longboat Award as the Canadian Aboriginal Athlete of the Year…Played for four straight Ontario championship teams with Six Nations (2004-2007).