Taylor Jackson
Taylor  Jackson

Bakersfield, Calif.

High School:
Frontier HS


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Last updated on June 22, 2012

Fresno State:

2012 Track (Sophomore): Competed In six meets and nine events ...recorded a personal best at the Mt. SAC Relays with a mark of 4,841 in the heptathlon... also set personal records in the high jump (1.57-meters) and long jump (5.58-meters) at the same competition ... won the triple jump at the Brutus Hamilton Invite with an 11.30m mark.

2011 Track (Freshman): Triple jumped to her season-best mark at 36-11.75 which was ranked eighth in the WAC ... was a part of the 4x400-meter relay team at the Mondo Challenge where the Bulldogs placed first.

2011 Cross Country (Freshman): Competed in the Roadrunner Invitational in Bakersfield, Calif. ... Finished the 5K in a time of 27:34.

Prior to Fresno State: Lettered four years on both the volleyball and track and field teams...valley champion for the 300m hurdles...three-time 1st team all-area...two-time varsity track and field team captain...senior year was the south area triple jump champion and finished 8th at the California State Meet...was named the South Area Tack Athlete of the Year...finished 10th in the 400m hurdles at the Junior Olympics (USA) in North Carolina.

Personal: Born July 6, 1992...parents are Tracey and Charle Jackson...has one younger brother Trent and a younger sister Taryn...enjoys eating, sleeping and being with friends...favorite athlete is Allyson Felix because she's educated, humble and one of the fastest women in the world...her biggest athletic thrill is sitting in the blocks and waiting for the gun...most admires her parents for their hard work.

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