Jenteal Jackson Athlete Profile

Jenteal Jackson

Jenteal Jackson
Height: 5-8 Roster Years: 2008-2010 Hometown: Salt Lake City , UT Last School: Skyline High School

Personal

Born in Salt Lake City ... parents are Rob and Jill Jackson ... has three siblings (sister Jenessa played tennis at SDSU and Utah and sister Jenalee was on the wakeboarding team at Arizona State) ... at age 10 was a state champion in three sports ... also competes on the BYU women's basketball team ... majoring in broadcast journalism ... recruited by Utah, Pepperdine, Washington State, Arizona State, and Utah Valley.

Before BYU

Four-year letterwinner in basketball and golf at Skyline High School in Salt Lake City ... five-time Utah Jr. Golf State Amateur Champion ... academic high school Honor Roll ... team captain and golfer of the year for Skyline H.S. ... 2008 outright individual golf champion and led team to region championship ... played on the Skyline HS mens team in 9th, 10th, 11th grades ... finished in the top 10 at the 2008 state championship in 2008 and helped her team finish tops in 5A at the event ... won the 2007 Larry C. Fox memorial tournament and 2005 Zions Bank Challenge at Alpine Country Club ... she is a three-time Tournament of Champions winner ... qualified for and competed at Junior World twice ... three-time First Team All-State in basketball in 2006-2008 ... named Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News First Team All-State in Basketball ... 2008 Deseret News Ms. Basketball 2008 Salt Lake Tribune 5A MVP in Basketball and Nominated to McDonalds All-America Team ... two-time team MVP 2007 and 2008.

Stats

2009-10 - Freshman
Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown* 77-79-80--236 (+20) T75/92
2008-09 - Redshirt Freshman
BYU women's basketball team participant
*competed as an independent
Career Stats
Season Events Rnds. Strokes Avg. Low Rd. Top 20
2008-09 0 0 0 0 0 0
09-10 1 3 236 78.67 77 0
Total 1 3 236 78.67 77 0



2008-2009 | Freshman Year

Focused on duties with the BYU women's basketball team as a reserve point guard.

2009-2010 | Sophomore Year

Competed in one tournament in the fall as an independent ... tied for 75th at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown at +20.