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Bianca Jackson

  • position G
  • height 5-10
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Montgomery, Ala.
  • High school Brewbaker Tech Magnet
  • position G
  • height 5-10
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Montgomery, Ala.
  • High school Brewbaker Tech Magnet

Bianca Jackson Bio

Jackson’s Career Game-by-Game Stats (PDF)


Sophomore Year (2018-19)

SEC Winter Sports Academic Honor Roll

Freshman Year (2017-18)

SEC All-Freshman Team
Sophomore Year (2018-19)

  • Played 17.7 minutes per game, the most of anyone regularly coming off the bench on the season
  • Drew five starts on the season, including the SEC Tournament game against Arkansas
  • Posted double-figure points four times, led by a pair of 14-point games in non-conference action
  • Scored six of her eight points in first half of NCAA Tournament opening round against Belmont (Mar. 22)
  • Sank a three with just seconds left in the first quarter to extend Carolina’s lead over #5/5 Mississippi State (Mar. 3) to 19-14 after the first quarter
  • Great fourth quarter at Auburn (Feb. 28) with four points and three rebounds, including two offensive
  • Drew first SEC start of the season at Tennessee (Feb. 24), adding four points and three rebounds to 27-11 first quarter
  • Turned the momentum and gave Carolina the lead with a 3-pointer during an 11-0 first-quarter run against Georgia (Feb. 14)
  • Was lights out from the 3-point line, shooting a season-best 3-of-4, including 2-of-2 in the second half to keep LSU (Jan. 13) at a distance on the road
  • Hit a 3 late in regulation at Purdue (Dec. 16) to help force overtime, then sank three free throws to tie the game with :02 left in overtime
  • Solid night passing the ball against Appalachian State (Dec.5), finishing with four assists and her third straight game without a turnover
  • Great shooting night against ETSU (Nov. 22), hitting a career-best 85.7 percent from the field (6-of-7) for a season-high 14 points in just 23 minutes

Freshman Year (2017-18)

  • Started 25 of her 36 games this season en route to SEC All-Freshman Team recognition
  • Team’s top scorer twice – at #15/15 Missouri, #1/1 UConn
  • Posted 10 double-digit scoring games, including four against nationally ranked opponents and three in postseason play
  • Shot 38.9 percent from 3-point range in SEC action
  • Reached double figures and hit at least two 3-pointers in each of her first two NCAA Tournament games, tallying 16 points in the first round against NC A&T (Mar. 16) before netting 13 in round two against Virginia (Mar. 18)
  • Shook off 0-of-6 shooting in the first two games of the SEC Tournament to deliver 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting in the championship game against #2/2 Mississippi State (Mar. 4), including five in the second quarter to help keep the Gamecock offense afloat
  • Closed the game at #20/19 Georgia (Feb. 15) strong with a pair of 3s that opened up a double-digit, fourth-quarter lead
  • Poured in a team-high 20 points against #1/1 UConn (Feb. 1) on 8-of-11 shooting, including 3-of-5 from 3-point range
  • Locked up high-scoring 3-point shooter Rebecca Greenwell against #14/16 Duke (Dec. 3), limiting her to just eight points and 0-of-2 from beyond the arc
  • Showed poise in a hostile environment at #15/13 Maryland (Nov. 13)
  • Made her college debut against her mother’s team, Alabama State (Nov. 10), coming off the bench to add eight points, six rebounds, three assists and two blocks

High School

  • Ranked the No. 54 player in the 2017 class
  • Named Alabama Gatorade Player of the Year, Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) 5A Miss Basketball and Montgomery Advertiser 5A-7A Metro Player of the Year as a senior (2017)
  • Four-time ASWA First-Team All-State selection, the first in Montgomery metro girls history, and named to the ASWA Super 5, which recognizes the top five players in the state regardless of classification
  • Averaged 24.8 points, 7.8 rebounds and 5.2 assists as a senior, including 10 double-doubles and three triple-doubles
  • Ranks fourth in Montgomery city history with 2,177 career points, including a city single-game record of 58 points in an 85-38 win over Greenville


  • Daughter of Freda Freeman-Jackson and Lewis Jackson has an older brother, Antron
  • Majoring in integrated technology