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Lauren Jackson



PERSONAL: DOB: 11/5/81; HEIGHT: 195cm

JUNIOR ASSOCIATION: Albury (NSW)

FIRST PLAYED WNBL: 1997 AIS

WNBL CLUBS: AIS 1997-1998/99; Canberra Capitals 1999/00-2003/04, 2005/06, 2009/10, 2012/13

WNBL CHAMPIONSHIPS: AIS 1998/99; Canberra Capitals 1999/00, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2005/06, 2009/10

WNBL CAREER NOTES: 2009/10 played with the Canberra Capitals (Champions)... 2009/10 awarded the MVP for the Grand Final... 2005/06 played with the Canberra Capitals (Champions)... 2005/06 awarded the MVP for the Grand Final... 2003/04 played with the Canberra Capitals in the WNBL (Champions)... 2003/04 awarded the MVP of the WNBL... 2003/04 awarded the WNBL Top Shooter with an average 27.9 ppg... 2003/04 selected in the WNBL All Star Five... 2002/03 played with the Canberra Capitals in the WNBL (Champions)... 2002/03 awarded the MVP of the WNBL... 2002/03 awarded the WNBL Top Shooter with an average 27.2 ppg... 2002/03 selected in the WNBL All Star Five... 2001/02 played with the Canberra Capitals in the WNBL (Champions)... 2001/02 selected in the WNBL All Star Five... 2000/01 played with the Canberra Capitals in the WNBL... 2000/01 selected in the WNBL All Star Five... 1999/00 played with the Canberra Capitals in the WNBL... 1999/00 awarded the MVP of the WNBL... 1999/00 selected in the WNBL All Star Five... 1998/99 played with the AIS in the WNBL (Champions)... 1998/99 awarded the WNBL Top Shooter with an average 23.2 ppg... 1998/99 awarded the MVP of the WNBL... 1998 played with the AIS in the WNBL... 1997 played with the AIS in the WNBL... 1997 awarded an AIS scholarship... 1997 awarded the Betty Watson Rookie of the Year.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER NOTES: 2012 London Olympic Games (Bronze);2010 FIBA Women's World Championships; 2008 Olympic Games (Silver); 2006 FIBA Women's World Championships (GOLD); 2004 Athens Olympic Games (Silver); 2002 FIBA Women's World Championships (Bronze); 2000 Sydney Olympic Games (Silver); 1998 FIBA Women's World Championships (Bronze); 1997 FIBA U21 Women's World Championships

GENERAL BASKETBALL NOTES: 2012 London Olympic Games (Bronze); 2010 represented Australia at the FIBA Women's World Championships... 2010 played with the Seattle Storm in the WNBA (Champions)... 2009 Euroleague Champion with Spartak Moscow... 2008 represented Australia at the Beijing Olympic Games (Silver)... 2008 awarded the Maher Medal - International Player of the Year... 2007 Won Russian Super League title with Spartak Moscow... 2007 played with Samsung Bichumi in the Korean League (Runner's Up)... 2007 breaks WKBL record for most points in a single game 56... 2006 represented Australia at the FIBA Women's World Championships (GOLD)... 2006 represented Australia at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games (GOLD)... 2006 WNBA All-Star selection; WNBA 10th Anniversary All-Decade Team... 2005 All-WNBA First Team; WNBA All-Star selection... 2004 represented Australia at the Athens Olympic Games(Silver)... 2004 Voted best-ever number 1 draft pick in the WNBA... 2004 selected in the WNBA All-Star team... 2004 awarded the Maher Medal - International Player of the Year... 2004 played with the Seattle Storm, WNBL (Champions)... 2002 represented Australia at the FIBA Women's World Championships (Bronze)... 2002 WNBA All-Star... 2002 awarded the Maher Medal - International Player of the Year... 2001-2002 Played with Seattle Storm in the WNBA... 2001 Number 1 draft pick into the WNBA, Seattle Storm... 2000 represented Australia at the Sydney Olympic Games (Silver)...2000 awarded the Maher Medal - International Player of the Year... 1999 awarded the Maher Medal - International Player of the Year... 1998 represented Australia at the FIBA Women's World Championships (Bronze)... 1997 represented Australia at the FIBA U21 Women's World Championships... 1997 member of the Opals squad...

COACH’S COMMENTS: Australia's "Ms Basketball" and an ornament to the game who has made winning a habit throughout her lengthy career. Lauren's return to Canberra will not only immediately increase the teams' potential on and off the court, but provide an unparalleled development opportunity for the team's younger players.


 


 

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Previous Seasons
Competition Season M MIN 2PM-A 1st Half H.S 3PM-A 3PT
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FTM-A FT % PF Total Pts TOT AST PTS
2009/10 2010 12 13/02/2010 - - - 0.0 74 - 47 63 - - Bulleen 85.1 10.2
2005/06 2006 9 01/10/2005 79 - 155 51.0 60 - 18 40 - - AIS 66.7 10.7
2003/04 2004 15 04/10/2003 145 - 275 52.7 117 - 37 92 - - West Coast 78.6 13.5
2002/03 2003 19 08/02/2003 186 - 330 56.4 148 - 38 119 - - Townsville 80.4 12.7
2001/02 2002 15 09/02/2002 120 - 221 54.3 97 - 46 78 - - Dandenong 80.4 12.6
2000/01 2001 22 25/11/2000 156 - 315 49.5 142 - 42 113 - - Melbourne 79.6 14.3
1999/00 21 07/01/2000 169 - 300 56.3 154 - 53 117 - - Bulleen 76.0 11.5
1998/99 22 19/12/1998 200 - 358 55.9 122 - 30 81 - - Canberra 66.4 12.0
1998 13 04/04/1998 73 - 135 54.1 68 - 13 48 - - Bulleen 70.6 10.6
1997 18 03/05/1997 84 - 179 46.9 76 - 9 55 - - Dandenong 72.4 8.1