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2002 Season
  • Missed 11 games in the 2002 season due to injury.
  • Scored season-high 18 points against Seattle on August 9, 2002.
  • Portland Fire franchise folds, and Jackie is selected by the Los Angeles Sparks as the 14th pick in the dispersal draft.
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2001 Season
  • Named the 2001 WNBA Rookie of the Year on August 16, 2001.
  • Named to the 2001 WNBA All-Star Team in her first season.
  • Jackie Stiles named WNBA Player of the Week June 25 - July 1, averaging 22 pts on 54% shooting during the week.
  • Stiles' agency is Octagon Management and she has signed with Cingular Wireless, Nike, and Pinegar Chevrolet.
  • WNBA’s largest-ever single-product, single-player retail deal after Springfield-area Wal-Mart stores ordered 10,000 T-shirts bearing Jackie Stiles’ name, jersey number and team logo.
  • Jackie Stiles was drafted by the Portland Fire as the #4 pick in the 2001 WNBA draft.
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College Notes at SMS

Senior Awards
  • MVC Player of the Week (11-27, 12-18, 01-08, 01-15, 01-22, 02-12, 03-05)
  • ESPY Award Nomination
  • Sports Illustrated for Women All-American 1st Team
  • 2001 Missouri Valley Conference Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete Team
  • First Team Verizon/CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) district all-academic squad
  • Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Conference First Team
  • Women's Basketball Journal Second Team All-American
  • Associated Press First Team All-American
  • Verizon Academic All-America First Team
  • Basketballtimes.com Second Team All-American
  • First NCAA Division I women’s player to score more than 1,000 points in a season (finished with 1,062 for season)
  • United States Basketball Writers Association's Women's All-America 1st Team
  • 2001 NCAA Tournament West Region MVP
  • ESPN The Magazine Shooting Guard of the Year
  • Winner of the Wade Trophy (best player in the nation) as selected by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association and the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport
  • Kodak 1st Team All-American
  • Set NCAA Women's Career Scoring Record with 3,393 points
  • March 1st named Jackie Stiles Day in Missouri
  • April 14th named Jackie Stiles Day in Claflin, KS
  • Fast Break Club's Field Goal Award
  • Lady Bear Prestige Award
  • Won the Broderick Cup as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year 2001

Junior Awards
  • MVC Player of the Week (12-13, 12-20, 01-10, 01-31)
  • Led nation in scoring at 27.8 ppg
  • Led Missouri Valley Conference in scoring
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament Team
  • Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Conference 1st Team
  • Women's Basketball New Service 1st Team All-American
  • Honorable Mention Kodak All-American
  • Associated Press 2nd Team All-American
  • Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete 1st Team
  • United States Basketball Writers Association 1st Team All-American
  • Women's Basketball Journal 3rd Team All-American
  • GTE/CoSIDA 2nd Team Academic All-American
  • Lady Bear Prestige Award
  • Fast Break Club's Free Throw Award
  • Fast Break Club's Field Goal Award
  • USA Basketball Jones Cup Gold Medalist
  • Scored 56 points in one game (highest NCAA output for 99-00 season)

Sophomore Awards
  • MVC Player of the Week (11-16, 11-30, 12-07, 02-22)
  • Led Missouri Valley Conference in scoring
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament Team
  • Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Conference 1st Team
  • Women's Basketball New Service 1st Team All-American
  • Associated Press 3rd Team All-American
  • Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete 1st Team
  • Women's Basketball Journal 3rd Team All-American
  • Fast Break Club's Free Throw Award
  • Fast Break Club's Field Goal Award
  • Scored 52 points in one game (broke SMS record, highest NCAA output for 98-99 season)

Freshman Awards
  • MVC Player of the Week (11-24, 12-15, 02-02)
  • Led Missouri Valley Conference in scoring
  • Highest scoring freshman in nation
  • State Farm MVC All-Tournament Team
  • Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman Team
  • Missouri Valley All-Conference 1st Team
  • Freshman All-American Team
  • USA Women's Select Team

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Biography & High School Notes

Full Name: Jackie Marie Stiles
Born: December 21, 1978
Parents: Pat and Pam Stiles
Height and Weight: 5'8", 144 pounds
College: Southwest Missouri State 2001
Position: Shooting Guard
Endorsements: Cingular Wireless, Nike, Pinegar Chevrolet

At Claflin High School, she recorded 3,603 career points, 829 rebounds, 523 assists, and 326 steals as a four-year first team all-stater. She is the leading scorer in Kansas history (boys and girls) and is 10th nationally among female high school players.

She was selected to the USA Today and Parade All-America first-teams in 1997. She scored 18 points and had five rebounds in the NIKE/WBCA All-American Classic in the summer of 1997 and was named MVP of the Red team.

She was one of only 12 selected to play in the U.S. Junior World Championship Team which represented the U.S. in the 1997 FIBA Junior World Championships.

As a senior at Claflin High she averaged 46.4 points, 8.1 rebounds, 6.3 assists, and 3.3 steals per game. She also established a state record by scoring 71 points in one game that year.

As a junior, she scored 61 points in just 17 minutes of the opening game of the season. She averaged 38.5 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 4.9 assists as a Junior, where she was selected as Parade All-American fourth team and selected to play on the U.S. Basketball Junior National team.

She broke her arm early her sophomore year and missed four games, but she returned, having to shoot left-handed her first three games back and averaged 26.4 points, 8.6 rebounds, and 5.8 assists per game that season.

During her freshman year, she averaged 29.9 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. She set a state record with 114 points in three games at the state contest her freshman year. She was selected as the Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year her junior and senior years.

Her full name is Jackie Marie Stiles. She is the daughter of Pat and Pam Stiles. She's the oldest of four children. She was born in Kansas City, Kansas on December 21, 1978. Jackie is also a track star; she set a state record with 14 gold medals in high school at the state track meet.

HIGH SCHOOL RECORDS
Kansas Girls High School Basketball All-Time Records Owned by Jackie Stiles
Points Scored Game -- 71 in 1997 against Macksville
Season -- 1,252 in 1997
Career -- 3,603 from 1994-97
Scoring Average Season -- 46.4 in 1997 (1,252 pts)
Career Scoring Average -- 35.7 from 1994-97 (3,603 pts)
Field Goals Season -- 490 in 1996
Field Goals Career -- 1,374 from 1994-97
Free Throws Career -- 662 from 1994-97
Most Three-Pointers in a Season -- 91 in 1996-97

STATE TOURNAMENT RECORDS
Most Points Game -- 53 in 1995
Most Points Tournament (3 games) -- 120 in 1997; 114 in 1994
Most Field Goals Game -- 22 in 1994
Most Free Throws Tournament -- 28 in 1995
Most Field Goals Tournament -- 49 in 1997

CLASS 2-1A CROSS COUNTRY STATE FINISHES
1996 -- 3rd 12:46.4
1995 -- 2nd
1994 -- 3rd 12:43
1993 -- 3rd 12:54.4
Stiles was a regional champion during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. She posted 17 first-place finishes and seven second- or third-place finishes.

CLASS 3-2-1A STATE TENNIS FINISHES
1996 -- 3rd place singles
1995 -- 5th place singles
1994 -- 7th place singles
Career record -- 81-12
Stiles won regional championship all three seasons. The Claflin Wildcats placed 2nd at state in all three seasons.

CLASS 1A STATE TRACK FINISHES
1994
800 1st 2:23.15
1600 1st 5:28.39
3200 1st 11:50.12
Triple jump 1st 36-9 1/4

1995
800 1st 2:20.51
1600 1st 5:18.3
3200 1st 12:05.17
Triple Jump 2nd 35-4 3/4

1996
400 1st
800 1st
1600 1st 2:17.4
3200 1st

1997
400 2nd
800 1st
1600 1st
3200 1st

Other Athletic Accomplishments of Note
Age 7 -- Stiles participated in her first basketball camp.
Age 11 -- won Kansas Elks Lodge Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest and finished 15th nationally.
Age 12 -- Won the 1500-meter run at the National AAU Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships, placed third in the 800 and eighth in the heptathlon.
Age 13 -- Participated in the Barton County Community College Girls Summer League and held her own against high school seniors. She was selected MVP at the Southwest Missouri State Advanced Camp.
Age 14 -- Stiles led the Claflin Junior High School team to an undefeted record and averaged 30 points a game. She scored 39 points in the semifinals of the Central Prairie League Junior High Tournament. She also played a summer softball team in Claflin, competing against squads from Little River and Marquette.
9th grade -- During the fall as a freshman, Stiles competed in both volleyball and cross country. She was honorable mention all-CPL as a hitter. Stiles owns school records in the 3200 (11:50.5), 1600 (5:12.5), 800 (2:12.4), 400 (58.2 seconds), triple jump (36 feet, 9 3/4 inches) and long jump (16-1). She also owns 11 junior high track records. She set a state meet record in the 800-meter run in 1996 (2:17.4).

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL AWARDS FOR JACKIE STILES
FRESHMAN
Associated Press All State 1st Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
Wichita Eagle All State 2nd Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
Topeka Capital Journal All State 1st Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
KBCA All State 1st Team
Great Bend Tribune All Area 1st Team and Player of the Year
Hutchinson News All SW Kansas 1st Team and Player of the Year
USA Today Top 10 Frosh America
Kansas Sports Magazine Class 1A First Team and All-State 1st Team Player of the Year
Claflin All Tournament Team

SOPHOMORE
AP All State 1st Team
Wichita Eagle All State 1st Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
Topeka Capital-Journal All State 2nd Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
KBCA All State 1st Team
Hutchinson News All Southwest Kansas lst Team
Geat Bend Tribune All-Area 1st Team and All-Defensive 1st Team and Player of the Year
Kansas Sports Magazine All State 1st Team

JUNIOR
Stiles was named the Hutchinson News Female Athlete of the Year in 1996.
Pre-Season Street and Smith's All America 6th Team
Great Bend Tribune All Area 1st Team and Player of the Year
Hutchinson News All Southwest Kansas 1st Team and Player of the Year
Wichita Eagle All Class lA 1st Team and Player of the Year
Topoka Capital Journal All Class 1A 1st Team and Player of the Year
Associated Press All-State 1st Team and KS Player of the Year
KBCA All-State 1st Team
Gatorade Circle of Champions Kansas Player of the Year
Parade Magazine All American 4th Team
USA Today Honorable Mention

SENIOR
Stiles was named the Hutchinson News Female Athlete of the Year in 1997.
Preseason Street and Smith's All-America 3rd Team
Member of Silver Medalist Junior National Team
Cathy Andruzzi's All Star Girls Report All-American Team
Associated Press All State 1st Team and player of the year
Unanimous All league CPL
Great Bend Tribune All Area 1st Team and player of the year
Wichita Eagle All-State 1st Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
Topeka Capital Journal All State 1st Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
Hutchinson News All Southwest Kansas lst Team and All Class 1A 1st Team
KBCA All-State 1st Team Class 1A and Miss Kansas Player of the Year
Gatorade Circle of Champions Kansas Player of the Year
Parade Magazine All-America 1st Team
USA Today 1st Team All-American
Williams/Nike All-America All Star Game
WBCA/Nike All-America All Star Game and MVP of Red Team
Boost Naismith Award--Top 5 Finalist
Kansas Sports Magazine Player of the Year and 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All Class 1A
KBCA All State 1st Team
Retired Jersey No. 45 on April 20, 1997
KCBA All-Star Garne
Member of USA Jr Natioonal Team
Gold Medal Finish 1997 World Tournament

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