Brooke Jackson's career and season-by-season stats
2009-10 (Sophomore): Outside sharp-shooter finished second on the team with 44 three-point field goals, connecting on 33 percent of her attempts ... Made 20 starts for the Wildcats in 31 games, averaging 7.9 points and 3.2 rebounds in 26.2 minutes per contest ... Also dished out 49 assists and tallied 31 steals ... Logged 34 minutes as a starter in her first Pac-10 Tournament game, scoring nine points while adding eight rebounds and two assists against Washington State (3/11) ... Hit a pair of three-pointers while scoring 10 points to go along with four rebounds against Cal State Northridge (2/16) ... Drained season-best four three-pointers for personal Pac-10 best of 15 points to couple with seven rebounds and three assists against Washington (2/6) ... Posted 13 points, six rebounds and four assists in first Pac-10 road contest at Washington State (1/7) ... Poured in 15 points against Alabama A&M (12/29) ... Hit 3-of-6 three-point attempts and finished with 13 points against New Mexico (12/9) ... Hit a trio of three-pointers for third time in four games while making all five free throws for season-high 20 points while adding four assists and five steals against Ole Miss (11/23) ... Opened her Arizona career with back-to-back 13-point performances, hitting 6-of-9 three-point shots to go with combined 11 rebounds and six assists to be named to the all-tournament team at the Iona College Tip-Off Tournament.
Mesa C.C.: Began her collegiate career with a star-studded debut season for head coach Kori Stephenson at Mesa Community College ... Named NJCAA Division II first-team All-American after being named the ACCAC Player of the Year ... Led the Thunderbirds to the top seed in ACCAC playoffs while averaging 16.2 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.5 steals per game ... Connected on almost 55 percent of total field goal attempts and nearly 45 percent of three-point shots ... Finished third in the NJCAA Division II free throw charts after hitting 83.2 percent (79-of-95) from the charity stripe ... Tallied 30 points in a road victory over Cochise C.C. ... Selected ACCAC Player of the Week after back-to-back 20+-point games ... Set collegiate high with 31 points to go along with six rebounds, five assists and three steals in a win over Chandler-Gilbert.
High School: Highly-decorated player at Mountain View High School ... Two-time all-state selection and three-time all-region pick for the Toros, twice being named East Valley Region Player of the Year ... Holds or shares five Arizona 5A state records, including points in a season (849), free throws in a season (216), three-pointers in a game (10), free throws made in a game (18) and career steals (482) ... Averaged 18.1 points over four-year career that saw her score 2,250 points ... Owner of no fewer than 18 school records ... Best statistical campaign came during her 2005-06 junior season when she averaged 25.0 points while shooting 54.2 percent from the field ... Helped the Toros to Arizona 5A state runner-up finish and a 31-3 overall record as a senior ... Also averaged 5.2 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.9 steals per game while connecting on 40.7 percent from three-point range (274-of-673) and 78.2 percent of free throws (464-of-593) ... All-Arizona selection in 2007 ... Twice named team captain, team MVP and all-conference ... Lettered three years in volleyball and four years in track and field ... Recruited by Nebraska to play volleyball out of high school after being chosen all-state ... Set school record and won a state title as part of the 4x400-meter relay team ... Chosen to the Honor Roll.
Personal: Born Brooke Norene Jackson on October 7, 1988 in Mesa, Ariz. to J.C. and Lynn Jackson ... One of six children ... Both parents are Arizona alums ... Sister Cami is a current member of the Arizona cross country and track and field teams ... Majoring in psychology and minoring in communications ... Dream job would be as an interviewer for ESPN ... Enjoys spending time with family ... Would most like to meet Oprah Winfrey and Dara Torres.
I chose Arizona because ... I wanted to be close to home and I love the athletics program.
||20, vs. Ole Miss, 11/23/09
||8, twice, last vs. Washington State, 3/11/10
||6, four times, last at Oregon, 3/5/11
||12, at Oregon, 2/11/10
||5, at New Mexico, 12/7/10
||8, twice, last at New Mexico, 12/7/10
||5, vs. Ole Miss, 11/23/09
||7, vs. Oregon State, 1/14/10
||5, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 11/22/10
||5, vs. Ole Miss, 11/23/09
||2, twice, last vs. Iona, 12/28/10
||40, at Iona, 11/14/09