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Jordan Jackson

Jordan Jackson

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Long Beach, Calif.

High School:
St. Anthony HS

Height:
5-9

Position:
G

11/25/2014

Bench Comes Up Big

UCF's reserves combine for 39 points in 71-59 win over Jacksonville

06/27/2014

#Chillin4Charity Hits UCF

All members of UCF's coaching staff along with guards Jordan Jackson and Bryeasha Blair accepted the viral fundraising challenge.

01/22/2014

Rutgers Outruns UCF Women's Basketball, 69-48

Djassi, Taylor each post team-high 14 points

01/18/2014

UCF Women's Basketball Falters Against USF

Knights drop 63-38 decision at home

12/13/2013

UCF Women's Basketball Falls Short in 2OT Thriller

Brittni Montgomery grabs school record 24 rebounds in 82-69 loss to FAU

02/04/2014

UCF vs. Louisville (USATSI)

UCF vs. Louisville (USATSI)

As a Freshman in 2013-14
-Averaged 2.4 points and 1.3 rebounds per game in 29 appearances
-Worked her way into the starting lineup for the final seven games of the season
-Recorded first career basket and rebound in her first appearance as a Knight at Oakland
-Knocked down her first 3-pointer off a banked, buzzer-beating near-half court shot at halftime at Charlotte (11/23)
-Scored 7 points on a 3-of-5 showing from the field against Flagler (12/7)
-Dished team-high 3 assists in win over Houston (2/1)
-Made first career start in UCF's first win during the regular season over SMU in five years
-Matched her career-best 7 points in the regular season finale at SMU (3/4)
-Played 27 minutes and scored in UCF's first-round matchup against Cincinnati in the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championships

Prior to UCF
-Earned Santa Cruz All-League First Team honors as a senior point guard in 2013 after leading St. Anthony High School to its first league championship since 1972
-As a freshman, helped guide the most successful girls' squad in school history to a CIF Southern Section Division 4-A title and the state championship game
-St. Anthony also won the 4-AA CIF-SS title and advanced to the state regional semifinals her sophomore year
-She was selected as a two-time MVP of the varsity softball team

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