Brittany Jackson's website wrote:Brittany Jackson is a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee where she was a four-year starter for the UT Lady Vols women's basketball team. As a student-athlete, Brittany trained and played under Coach Pat Summitt, one of the NCAA's toughest and most distinguished coaches. During her career at UT Brittany played in four consecutive Women's Final Four tournaments including her senior year when she played a key leadership role in the teams bid for the national championship. As a senior, Brittany was named to the SEC All-Tournament team.
► As part of one of the top women's sports teams in the country, Brittany, who majored in broadcast Communications, had a first-hand opportunity to experience and learn about the sports media business. She participated in countless media interviews, university publicity relations activities and fan appreciation events. She also managed to squeeze in a semester-long internship with WVLT-Channel 8, Volunteer TV, assisting head sports broadcaster, Rick Russo in conducting interviews and editing video packages.
► Brittany, a Tennessee native, has also been extremely active in a number of Knoxville community service outreach efforts including; the American Cancer Society, Knoxville's Promise, The Race for the Cure and the Knoxville Boys & Girls Club's April Play Day.
► Brittany's skills include; basketball, volleyball, track, swimming and softball.
► Height: 6' 0"
► Measurements: 38-30-38, shoe 10.
She's currently playing pro ball with the San Jose Spiders, hoping to get picked up by the WNBA at some point. Her numbers are actually better than when she played at Tennessee, which should give you an idea of the relative strength of the SEC vs. minor league women's basketball.
All of the above notwithstanding, I wouldn't have started this thread if I didn't think she were also beautiful.
I debated whether or not to start this thread, but I decided that, frivolous as it may be, it's not any more frivolous than some of the topics we have here.
Expect a lot of double-posting . . .