Jackson named to George Mason’s All-Tournament Team

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BALTIMORE, Md. (September 17, 2022)–Morgan State Junior Intermediate Blocker justus jackson was named to the George Mason Invitational All-Tournament Team.

Jackson would hit .289 for the week, while averaging 1.5 kills and 1.3 blocks per set over the three games played.

A native of Davenport, Iowa, Jackson totaled 17 kills, 13 blocks combined, including five solo, one recovery and one service ace over the weekend. She started the week with a season-high 10 eliminations and a career-high seven blocks combined, including a solo in a five-set thriller against Maryland Eastern Shore (9/16) to help the Lady Bears win their first win of the season.

She then recorded three solo blocks to go with a dig and two kills against New Hampshire. In the tournament final against host George Mason, Jackson hit .444 with five kills, four blocks, including one solo, and collected his first service ace of the season.

Joining Jackson on the All-Tournament Team were: Lindsey Kriendler and Tournament MVP Hannah Serbousek from New Hampshire, Peyton Ehmke and Camille Larkin from host George Mason and Valerie Matias from Maryland Eastern Shore.

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