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- Amber Jackson is a American, former collegiate All-American, left-handed hitting softball player at shortstop and head coach, originally from Fontana, California. She played for three years with the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats from 2003-2005 before transferring to the Maryland Terrapins for the 2007 season. She is the season and career leader in numerous offensive categories for both institutions and ranks top-10 in the NCAA Division I in batting average, triples, slugging percentage and runs. She played professional softball in the National Pro Fastpitch from 2007-2009 with the defunct Washington Glory and the USSSA Pride. She is one of six NCAA Division I hitters to amass a career .400 average, 200 RBIs with at least 50 home runs; additionally, she is also one of the select players to steal 100 bases, score 200 runs with 300 hits and a .400 average.
- born on (30 years ago)
- Amber Jackson is a filmmaker.
- child of Howard Jackson
- profession: Film director
- Amber Jackson is a sister of Traevon Jackson.
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