2012-13 (SOPHOMORE) Started 26-of-29 appearances in second season with Seahawks…Sixth leading scorer on team with 5.9 ppg…Third leading rebounder with 3.6 rpg…Started final 17 games of campaign…Led team in assists in two games (UNCA & ODU)…Second on team with 33 steals…Had three points, four rebounds and four assists in season opener vs. UNCA…Started second straight game vs. UR and had four points and four rebounds…Scored four points off bench at Ohio on 2-of-5 shooting..Contributed eight points and six rebounds vs. Wofford..Scored 12 points vs. Hampton…Collected eight points and three rebounds vs. Coker…Had nine points on 4-of-7 shooting at Davidson…Scored career high 14 points with five rebounds vs. UNCG…Contributed five points and five rebounds at Campbell..Started and had eight points and five rebounds at NU…Scored four points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Old Dominion…Pulled down season-high seven rebounds at Hofstra…Scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds at Delaware…Had 10 points and six boards in career-high 36 minutes vs. Georgia State…Scored seven points and grabbed four boards vs. Hofstra…Contributed eight points and three rebounds in upset of NU…Scored 11 points and added four rebounds vs. Delaware…Poured in career-high 16 points and tied career best with six assists vs. W&M.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Averaged 18.6 minutes in first season with Seahawks...Played in 30 contests and made nine starts...Missed only one game (at Towson) due to injury...Averaged 3.4 ppg and 2.7 rpg...Scored career-high 13 points vs. Marshall on Dec. 22, 2011...Had season-best 10 rebounds at William & Mary on Jan. 21, 2012.
HIGH SCHOOL Collected 17.0 ppg, 7 rpg and 7 apg in senior campaign...Three-year letterman for Coach Kirk Angel's Wildcats...Ranked as No. 99 shooting guard in the Class of 2011 by ESPN.com...Voted Mideastern 4A Conference Player-of-the-Year...Also selected to All-Area team.
PERSONAL: Full Name: Freddie Anthony Jackson...Born in Wilmington, N.C...Son of Freddie Jackson and Tarvarie Wilson....Majoring in Health & Physical Education.