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Tiana Jackson


Player profile

Middle Blocker
St. Louis, Mo.
high school
Fort Zumwalt North


  • Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar – First Team (2019)
  • Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar – First Team (2018)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2017)

FRESHMAN (2017):

Capped off a successful rookie campaign as one of three freshman middle blockers competing for a starting position … Participated in 31 sets and started in seven matches … Saw one of the most efficient offensive performances on the team in 2017, leading with a .449 attack percentage, earning 38 kills on 69 total attacks … Earned 0.84 blocks per set with 26 total blocks (four solo) … Added on three digs and earned 53 points for the Seminoles in her first season … Started off the season at the Baylor Invitational, earning three kills on four attacks with no errors against UCSB … Played for all four sets against TCU, earning two kills on five attacks and six total blocks … Recorded a career-high 8 kills on 11 total attacks with no errors (.727) in FSU’s senior day sweep of Boston College, and added on six blocks (two solo) to lead the front row defense … Had a career day at Virginia Tech, hitting .562 with 10 kills on 16 attacks, and adding on seven total blocks to set multiple career records … stayed perfect in the Seminoles’ final conference weekend earning 9 kills on 14 attacks with no errors to help FSU sweep Clemson and Georgia Tech … Saw three kills on 10 attacks (.200) in her first ever postseason appearance, tacking on two assisted blocks in the team’s NCAA Tournament First Round match against Washington State.


Born on March 1, 1999 … daughter of Jessica Jackson … majoring in Communication … was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Training Team in 2017 … three-sport athlete in high school that competed in volleyball, tracks & field and basketball as a prep star.