Jackie Turpin
Jackie  Turpin


Santee, Calif.

High School:
Santana HS '02



Human Development


Homestand begins against top Big West contenders

Aggies open run of three straight at home against Cal Poly and CSUN


Rolling Aggies take unbeaten show on the road

UC Davis puts perfect Big West record on the line beginning Thursday at Long Beach State -- the site of its last conference defeat


First-place Aggies play host to Titans and Gauchos

Cal State Fullerton tips-off the week before quick rematch with UC Santa Barbara


Tough Test Awaits in Corvallis as Aggies Look to Rebound

UC Davis meets nationally ranked Oregon State in mid-week clash


Aggies spar with Knights in search of 10th straight win

UC Davis ranks among the top 20 in the nation in eight different categories entering the week

2004-05: DIV. I INDEPENDENT HONORABLE MENTION... Started all 27 games, averaging team-high 35.5 minutes per game... Shot .424 (73-172) from field, 98-136 (.721) for 244 points (9.0 ppg)... Finished 2nd on team with 165 rebounds (6.1 rpg) at point guard position... Led team in assists (132) and steals (64)... Assists total ranks 4th on school's single-season list... Scored in double figures seven times, rebounded in double figures four times... Tallied 17 points, 17 rebounds and 7 assists in 40 minutes vs. UC Riverside (1/10)... Played in all 40 minutes seven times... Also logged 43 minutes in OT battle with Cal State Northridge (2/26)... Shot 8-for-11 with career-high 22 points in that game, and hit bucket with 4.5 seconds left in regulation for force extra frame... Hit 12 of 14 free throws in 16-point outing vs. UC Irvine (2/19)... Recorded season-best 9 assists twice: at Azusa Pacific (12/10) and vs. Portland (12/18)... Twice nabbed career-best 7 steals: at Azusa Pacific (12/10) and OT game vs. Matadors (2/26)... Moved into 8th (259) on UC Davis career assists chart... Also ranks 7th among school's career stals leaders at 156.

2003-04: Switched to power forward as a sophomore, starting all 28 games... Finished 3rd on team with 160 rebounds (4.7 rpg), including a team-best 121 on the defensive end... Ranked 17th among CCAA leaders in rebounding... Also was 2nd on team with 46 steals... Scored 137 points (4.9 ppg), shooting .402 (47-117) from the field, .652 (43-66) from the line... Scored in double figures twice: 12 (with 12 boards) at Cal State San Bernardino (1/2) and 11 at Grand Canyon (2/20)... Posted 9 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists at Chico State (12/29), just missing double-double... Recorded season-high 4 steals on three occasions: Western New Mexico (11/24), UC Santa Cruz (12/17) and GCU (2/20).

2002-03: Played in all 27 games, starting at home vs. Chico State (12/21) and at Sonoma State (1/3)... Scored 102 points (3.8 ppg) and tallied 79 assists (2.9 apg)... Shot .400 (34-85) from the field, .630 (34-54) from the line... Had season-best 5 steals with 5 assists at Chico (12/7) in conference opener... Set season-high marks in field goals made (4), attempted (11) and rebounds (8) at Western New Mexico (12/17)... Scored 12 points in that game, a career high until she scored 13 at Cal Poly Pomona (2/14)... Scored 8 points with 4 rebounds in just 16 minutes vs. S.F. State (2/7)... Played 33 minutes in first career start, posting 5 rebounds and 8 assists vs. Chico (12/21)... Dished out 11 assists against just 2 turnovers vs. Fresno Pacific (12/28), the highest assist total by an Aggie since Kari Sivesind's triple-double in 1995... Led team in assists in 10 games, steals in seven.

SANTANA HS '02: Four-year standout in both basketball and track & field... Led hoop team to San Diego Section titles in both 2000 and 2002... Set school record with 553 career assists... Earned Grossmont League MVP honors that year... Won section track & field title in discus throw (133-0) as a senior, beating runner-up by more than 12 feet... Advanced to state meet, where she placed 12th (130-5)... Set school record in that event with mark of 142-4... Also placed 5th at sections in pole vault with school-record 9-0 effort... Also lettered in cross country (two years) and field hockey (one).

PERSONAL: Born in Fairfax, Va.... Human development major... Oldest of six children of Kit Turpin.