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      Jackson Earns SEC Honors

      University of Arkansas freshman Jessica Jackson earned selection to the All-Southeastern Conference Second-Team and the All-SEC Freshman Team the league office announced today.{}"We are very proud if Jess and her accomplishments this season," Arkansashead coach Tom Collen said. "She is a special young lady and very deserving. She chose her home state school over a lot of top-10 programs and all Arkansans should be proud that she has chosen to lead us forward both this season and in the future."{}To say that Jackson has been impactful to the @RazorbackWBBteam is an understatement.{} The Jacksonville, Ark., native leads the team in scoring with 16.0 points-per-game, blocks with 43, rebounds with 5.9 rebounds-per-game, an .804 free throw percentage and 170 total boards and three-point field goals.{} She is secondfor the Razorbacks in minutes played with 866 minutes on the year.{}Jackson's numbers are equally impressive in the conference-onlygames where she again leads Arkansas with 16.9 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 22 blocks, 28 three-pointers made and an .849 free throw percentage.{} Jackson has posted 25 of 29 games in double digit scoring including 16 of the last 20 with 13 or more points.{}She has scored 20 or more points six times this year and hasa career-best 31 points in a regular season win over Ole Miss.{} Jackson ranks seventh in the SEC and is the highest ranking freshman in the league in scoring.{} She has had four double-doubles and is a three-time SEC Freshman of the Week selection.{}The Razorbacks travel to Duluth, Ga., this week for the 2014 SEC Tournamentat the Gwinett Center.{} Arkansas opens tournament play against Ole Miss Wednesday in a 7:30 p.m. tip.{} FOX Sports and Sports Southwest will carry the game along with ESPN3.com. {}For more information on Arkansas women's golf, follow @RazorbackWGolf on Twitter.