|High School:||Waxahachie HS|
2013 (JUNIOR): Played in 40 games while starting in 25 of them … split time between designated hitter and right field … recorded three doubles and six RBIs in 85 at-bats … collected 10 walks at the plate… tallied two hits and two RBIs against Auburn (2/22/13) in the Best Western Marina Grand Islanders Classic … helped the Islanders defeat Houston Baptist (3/9/13) 4-3 with a 3-for-4 performance at the plate.
2012 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 37 games while starting in 28 … played the majority of the season as a designated hitter while playing in seven games at first base … collected 17 hits on the year including one double and one home run … tied for ninth place in the conference with eight walks in 18 conference games … had her biggest game of the season against North Texas (2/11) when she tallied her first career home run … Jackson ripped her first grand slam of her career to plate three runs and give the Islanders the go-ahead 6-5 lead in the fifth inning.
2011 (FRESHMAN): Earned All-Southland honorable mention her freshman season for the Islanders…had a slugging percentage of .357 while driving in 16 runs with six doubles…season best was three hits in a game versus Texas Southern (3/27) in addition to a season-high three RBI…had three games in which she tallied three total bases…against UTSA (3/1) had a season-high 15 putouts in a game…started 31-of-42 games played in her first year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Waxahachie High School for head coach Steve Howell...as a senior, Jackson hit .451 with seven doubles, two triples, three home runs and 38 RBI…played her first two seasons at DeSoto High School and was named first team all-district both years, team MVP as a freshman and won the team Golden Bat Award as a sophomore…after moving to Waxahachie, won the District 16-4A Newcomer of the Year award…as a senior, she earned First Team All-District 16-4A honors and was First Team All-State as a utility player while leading her team to a 23-13 record.
PERSONAL: Born Jamise Ronae Jackson on April 30, 1992, in Dallas…parents are James and Jackie Jackson…plans to major in communications.