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Jenteal Jackson Athlete Profile

#1 Jenteal Jackson

Jenteal Jackson
Position: Guard Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2008-2010 Hometown: Salt Lake City Last School: Skyline High School


Born in Salt Lake City parents are Rob and Jill Jackson has three siblings at age 10 was a state champion in three sports, one of which was basketball.

Before BYU

Four-year letterwinner in basketball Region MVP in 2008 played on team that took First Place in Region 2004-2008, and was undefeated in Region in 2007 and 2008 First Team All-State in 2007 and 2008 named Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News First Team All-State ... 2008 Deseret News Ms. Basketball ... 2008 Salt Lake Tribune 5A MVP ... Nominated to McDonalds All-American Team ... participated in Adidas Top Ten Camp ... four-year letterwinner in golf ... five-time Utah Jr. Golf State Amateur Champion ... academic high school Honor Roll ... played for Utah Flight Club Team in 2007.


Yr  G/GS   FG-FGA%     3-pts%      FT-FTA%     Pts.   Reb.   A.  To.   Bl.   St.  
09 25/0 9-41.220 3-23.130 4-6.667 25 17 17 19 0 7
10 6/0 2-10.200 1-5 .200 3-8 .375 8 6 4 2 0 3
TLS 31/0 11-51.216 4-28 .143 7-14 .500 33 23 21 21 0 10

2008-2009 | Freshman Year

Final player notes: played in 25 games off the bench ... tallied six points in the home game vs. SDSU on 2/25/09 for new season and career highs in that category ... had two steals vs. AF on 2/4/09 for new season and career-highs ... tied her season and career highs in rebounds and in assists with three at Long Beach St., on 12/20/08 ... in the home game vs. Weber St., scored four points for season and career highs in that category ... averaging 7.3 minutes of playing time per game, with the most being 17 vs. the Air Force Academy ... dished out three assists and three rebounds vs. Oregon on 11/21/08 for season and career highs in both categories ... recorded totals in points with 25 ... grabbed 17 boards on the year ... dished out a 17 assists and had seven steals ... named MWC Academic All Conference

2009-2010 | Sophomore Year

Final player notes: played in six games on the season ... had two steals for season highs at SUU on 11/24/09, the steals tied for career highs ... in the first road game of the season at Washington on 11/18/09 played three minutes and scored a trey ... played nine minutes in the home opener vs. UVU on 11/13/09 ... in that game scored two points and dished out two assists.