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Kyle Jackson

Forward

#47

  • DOB: 10/22/1993
  • Ht: 5-9
  • Wt: 166
  • Shoots: LEFT
  • Years on Team: 2
  • School: Michigan
  • Hometown: Sarnia, Ontario
  • Drafted: 2016

In his third season in the NLL and third with the Knighthawks… Tied for third on the team with nine playoff assists… Scored two goals and added one assist in his playoff debut on 5/4/18… One of only three Rochester players to record a point in all 18 games… Posted career highs in goals (37), assists (36) and points (73)… Tied for the team lead in goals, and third in assists and points… Had a career-high 11 loose balls, and scored the game-winner, on 3/4/18… Tied his career high with five goals on 2/24/18; recorded his 100th career point… Named to the 2017 NLL All-Rookie Team, and finished second in Rookie of the Year voting… Finished second on the team and second among NLL rookies with 60 points… Second on the team with 26 goals and third with 34 assists… Named the team’s 2017 Rookie of the Year and Offensive MVP… Notched points in 15 of his 16 games… Scored a career-high five goals on 3/17/17… Tied a team rookie record with 11 points (2+9) on 1/7/17; set a rookie record with nine assists… Made his Knighthawks debut on 12/29/16… Was the first player in University of Michigan history to be selected in the NLL Entry Draft… Jackson, who was a four-year starter, was Michigan’s all-time leader in goals (88) and points (113)… While playing for the Wolverines, he was a two-time team Offensive MVP (2015-16), an All-ECAC First Team selection (2014), and Michigan’s Most Valuable Player (2016)… As a senior, he posted 29 goals in nine games and set a single-season school record for points with 36… In 2013, he was named the ECAC Rookie of the Year… Before leaving to play in Ann Arbor, Mich., he played at The Hill Academy… Jackson also played five seasons of Junior “A” ball with the Kitchener-Waterloo Braves, where he notched eye-popping numbers… In 87 games, he recorded 140 goals and 118 assists for 198 points… Was named to Team Canada’s U19 2012 World Team… Won a bronze medal with the Iroquois Nationals at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championship.

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