Randall Jackson, assistant men’s basketball coach, born and raised in Bakersfield, Ca where he attended Garces Memorial High School from 2006-10. Was a 3-year varsity letterman in basketball winning two CIF Central Section Championships.
Jackson continued his basketball career at Fresno City College where he played one season for the rams 2011-2012, helping them achieve an overall record of 33-3 and a CCCAA State Championship.
From there he attended Lewis and Clark College in Portland Or, playing just one season for the Pioneers.
Moving on, he received a full athletic scholarship to Point Loma Nazarene University where he graduated with a degree in communications and played two years for the Sea Lions. In 2014-15, the men's basketball team became the school's first-ever team to be ranked at the NCAA Division II level when they were voted No. 22 in the NABC poll on Dec. 2. Jackson’s career was ended early during his senior season due to a on court injury.
Randall is entering his first season as a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team at Greenville College while pursuing a master’s degree in coaching.