Career: Played in 33 games and started 21 for 1550 minutes.
2017: Played in two games for 24 minutes... Member of PC's first Big South Championship and NCAA Tournament Appearance.
2016: Red-shirted this season.
2015: Appeared in all 17 games and made 15 starts ... Logged 896 minutes of playing time ... Took 10 shots and put three shots on goal ... Took two shots and put one on goal at Mercer (9/18) ... Generated three shots and put two shots on goal at UNC Asheville (11/4).
2014: Played in 14 games, starting in six of them... Clocked 630 minutes... Logged a season-high 79 minutes against Radford (9/27) and then 74 minutes against Georgia Southern (9/23)... Registered seven shots including three shots on goal against Georgia Southern (9/23), Winthrop (10/10), and Campbell (10/25).
High School: Holds the all-time career and single-season assists record at Manhattan, dishing out 17 as a senior in 2013 for 28 in his career... Was named varsity Most Valuable Player in 2013 as team captain, capturing All-State First Team and All-Centennial League First Team honors as well... An All-State Honorable Mention and All-Centennial League Second team selection as a junior, Turnley also helped club team Topeka Select Arensal to a Heartland League Division One title and played four years of varsity tennis at Manhattan.
Personal: Jonathan William Turnley was born in Columbia, S.C…. Son of Bill and Sabine Turnley… Plans to major in physics… Chose PC for the combination of academics and athletics… Cites his parents as his biggest athletic influences.