Jackie Nared
Jackie Nared

Player Profile
RS Freshman

Portland, Ore.

High School:




Frese on Nared
"I really think Jackie benefitted from having a semester to work out with the team. This fall, in workouts, we all felt like we were working with someone who has gotten stronger in many ways. That's a credit to Jackie. She has a terrific sense of humor and brings it to all of our team functions."

As a Red-shirt Freshman (2009-10)
Was one point shy of a double-double against Mississippi State with nine points and 10 boards ... Scored two points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out two assists in 20 minutes against Drexel ... Helped spark an 11-0 run in the first half against Minnesota ... Her first career three-pointer helped put the Golden Gophers away in the first half ... Pulled down nine rebounds in the Terps' win over Loyola, also recording three assists, one steal, five points and her first career block ... Played a career-high 28 minutes and posted a career-high 15 points against Stony Brook ... Grabbed a career-best six offensive rebounds at Virginia Tech ... Earned first career double-double at Longwood with 11 points and rebounds while also adding two steals, a block and an assist ... Played a career-high 29 minutes in the ACC Tournament against No. 1-seeded Duke and scored 10 points.

As a Freshman (2008-09)
Redshirt season.

Before Maryland
A four-year standout at forward and guard for the Westview Cats ... was a McDonald's All-American nominee as a senior and a first-team all-Oregon selection ... Metro League Player of the Year as a senior ... all-state honorable mention as a junior and a first-team all Metro League pick ... Metro League Honorable Mention as a sophomore. Personal
Jacklin Nared ... daughter of Greg Nared and Reiko Williams ... has two sisters, Jaime and Eboni ... father also attended the University of Maryland, where he played basketball for the Terps from 1985-89 ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... enjoys hanging out with friends, watching movies and trying new things ... chose Maryland due to the location and players ... also recruited by California and San Diego State ... enrolled in College of Letters and Sciences ... career ambition is to become a sports agent like her father.


Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct O-D Tot-Avg A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg
2008-09 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009-10 33-0 559-16.9 56-160 .350 18-66
.273 19-34 .559 42-79 121-3.7 36 46 6 18 149-4.5


Points 15, Stony Brook (12/27/09)
FGM 5, twice, at Longwood (1/31/10)
FGA 10, Stony Brook (12/27/09)
3FGM 3, twice, vs. Iona (3/19/10)
3FGA 7, vs. Iona (3/19/10)
FTM 4, Stony Brook (12/27/09)
FTA 6, Stony Brook (12/27/09)
Rebounds 11, at Longwood (1/31/10)
Assists 4, twice, Stony Brook (12/27/09)
Steals 2, four times, vs. North Carolina (3/4/10)
Blocks 1, six times, vs. Iona (3/19/10)
Minutes 29, vs. Duke (3/5/10)


Career Season
Games Played 33 33
Double-Figure Scoring 6 6
Double-Doubles 1 1

One-on-One with Jackie Nared
Q: Why did you choose Maryland?
A: I chose Maryland because I really liked the school, it was closer to family and I love the team. Q: Who has been the biggest influence on you in terms of basketball?
A: Probably my father because he helped develop me the most with basketball growing up. Q: What has been your biggest sports thrill?
A: In high school, we had a game where we went into overtime in a conference game and we ended up winning when I made a last second shot. Q: Finish this sentence: "Before every game I..."
A: Pray! And listen to some music. Q: If you could sit down and have a conversation with three people, living or dead, who would they be?
A: Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Jordan and Barack Obama.

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