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Kim A. Jackson
Lacrosse • West Chester

Jackson was an All American Lacrosse Goalie and a 3-time NCAA Lacrosse Champion at the University of Delaware. Kim still holds an NCAA Lacrosse goalie saves record today! While at University of Delaware, Kim was selected to NCAA Lacrosse tournament team, All-Region Team, All- East Coast Conference Team and the U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Squad. Kim starting teaching and coaching at B. Reed Henderson High School in 1986. While at West Chester Henderson, Kim coached both field hockey and lacrosse. Kim achieved a Ches-Mont Championship in Field Hockey and had 2 Field Hockey District 1 final appearances. Jackson’s lacrosse tenure at Henderson was the longest from 1986- 2013. At the helm, Kim coached her teams to 7 Ches-Mont Championships 1993, 1995-2000, 3 State Championships 1996, 1997 and 1998 and two state runner-ups in 1999, 2000. Under Jackson’s leadership, Henderson lacrosse was ranked in the top 5 teams in the Nation (#2 in 1998, #4 in 1997). She coached four U-19 Lacrosse World Cup Team Players, and numerous All Americans and Division 1 players. Jackson earned High School Girls Lacrosse Coach of the Year 1993, 1996, and 1997. Kim is a member of the Conestoga High School Hall of Fame 2006, University of Delaware Hall of Fame 2006 and the Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fame 2007. During Kim’s tremendous coaching career at Henderson High School she compiled 340 lacrosse victories and 217 field hockey victories. In addition to Kim’s playing and coaching accolades, Kim gave back to her sport by serving on the All-American Selection Committee, National Team Selector, President of Schoolgirl Lacrosse Association, and worked as a clinician at numerous lacrosse clinics. Kim retired from B. Reed Henderson High School in 2015 and has continued her athletic prowess playing pickle ball.
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