|Previous College:||Point Loma Nazarene ('16)|
Randall Jackson, a former Lewis & Clark student-athlete, joined the Lewis & Clark coaching staff in Sept. 2017.
Lewis & Clark is Jackson's second stop as a collegiate coach following the 2016-17 season at Greenville in Illinois. That season, Greenville finished with a 21-6 record and lost in the SLIAC Tournament Championship, 128-121, to Westminster.
Jackson started 10 games during his sophomore season at Lewis & Clark. He scored his Pios' career-high 20 points against Linfield on Feb. 11 of that season. He finished his competitive career at Point Loma Nazarene, an NCAA Division II institution, where he graduated with a degree in communications. In 2014-15, the men's basketball team became the school's first-ever team to be ranked in the NCAA Div. II level when they were voted No. 22 in the NABC poll.
At Greenville, Jackson was the team's primary recruiter on the west coast, including the Pacific Northwest. His duties included the implementation of guard-oriented skill workouts, serving as head coach of the junior varsity program and monitoring the academic performance of student-athletes.
Lewis & Clark, Assistant Coach, 2017-present
Greenville University, Assistant Coach, 2016-17
Greenville University, Master's of Arts in Education, Coaching - Est. 2018
Point Loma Nazarene, BA Communications – 2016