Redshirt Junior Season at Florida State (2020-21):
- Became the first FSU player to lead the team in scoring AND assists since April Traylor in 2001 (also Allison Peercy in 1995 and Wanda Burns in 1991).
- Led FSU with 14.1 points and 68 assists after willingly handling point-guard duties despite being an off-the-ball player through most of her career.
- Led the Seminoles in scoring in nine games, the most of any player.
- Scored in double figures in 15 of her 19 games played.
- Shot 83.3 percent (55-of-66) from the free throw line, ranking sixth in the ACC and tied for the fourth highest in a season at FSU.
- Ranked 13th in the ACC averaging 32.89 minutes per game (most on the team).
- Generated a positive assist/turnover ratio in 10 games played, including in each of her last four games (15/9 combined).
- Scored 14 points and brought down six rebounds vs Florida, along with shooting a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line.
- Scored 13 points in 33 minutes vs Virginia, along with putting up four assists and three rebounds.
- Added 13 points with six rebounds vs. Pitt.
- Had 11 points along with three assists at Virginia Tech.
- Set a new career high with 21 points at Louisville, along with four rebounds, an assist, and a steal.
- Dropped 18 points with six assists vs. Clemson in 2OT win.
- Put up seven points, four assists, and three rebounds at GT.
- Scored nine points, along with five assists, at Wake Forest.
- Recorded 13 of her 19 points in second half at UNC.
- Led team in scoring with 12 points at Miami.
- Scored 18 points and had five assists and two blocks vs. Syracuse.
- Put up 13 points and a career-high eight assists vs. Miami.
- Recorded team-high 13 points and five assists vs Georgia Tech.
- Team-high 18 points at Notre Dame.
- Had 11 points, seven rebounds, four assists, and two blocks vs. Wake Forest.
- Scored a career-high 25 points and seven assists vs Syracuse.
- Led FSU with 17 points in NCAA First Round vs. Oregon State.
Redshirt Sophomore Season at Florida State (2019-20):
- Did not compete in the 2019-20 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
- Expected to provide an enormous presence for FSU’s guard play in the 2020-21 season.
At South Carolina (2017-19):
- SEC All-Freshman Team guard for the Gamecocks in 2017-18.
- As a freshman at South Carolina, she started 25 games and averaged 7.3 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.8 assists and shot 39.4 percent (41-of-104) from deep.
- Against top-ranked UConn on Feb. 1, 2018, she finished as the team’s leading scorer with 20 points.
- Led the Gamecocks with 14 points against 15th-ranked Missouri on Jan. 7, 2018.
- As a freshman, she recorded double figures in scoring against four Top 25 teams and three in post-season play.
- As a sophomore, Jackson helped South Carolina reach the NCAA Sweet 16 after playing in 32 games and averaging nearly 18 minutes per game.
- Recorded four games with 10+ points in the 2018-19 season, highlighted by a 14-point effort at Purdue on Dec. 16, 2018.
- In each of her two seasons at South Carolina, Jackson’s opening games came against Alabama State, where her mother (Freda Freeman-Jackson) has coached in each of the last 21 seasons.
- She scored eight points in her collegiate debut vs. Alabama State in Columbia, S.C., then added 13 points at Alabama State in what was a homecoming game to begin the 2018-19 season.
Before South Carolina:
- Ranked 54th in the 2017 recruiting class by ESPNW Hoopgurlz.
- Playing her high school basketball at Brewbaker Tech Magnet, Jackson emerged as one of the top players in Alabama.
- Averaged 24.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.2 assists in her senior year that also included three triple-doubles.
- Crowned the 2017 Alabama Gatorade Player of the Year and earned several other state honors.
All About Me:
- Born on: May 11, 1999.
- Parents: Freda Freeman-Jackson and Lewis Jackson.
- Major: Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.
- Graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences in the summer 2021.