Jackie Stills – basketball player, was born on December 21, 1978 in Kansas, Kansas. Most known as the “Beginner” of 2001 in the Women’s National Baseball Association.
During her career, Jackie Stills twice lead on points in the National Student Sports Association. In 2001, she won the “Wade Trophy” award as the best college player. She helped the team “Lady Beers” to enter the “Final Four” national university competitions in 2001. At the same time, the athlete attracted the attention of the people as a provincial girl playing for a small university team.
Then Jackie became a basketball star in Claflin High School, Kansas. After college, she joined the Portland Fire Women’s National Baseball Association. The athlete is named the rookie of the year in 2001. She then moved to the Los Angeles Sparks team. In her student years Stils was known for the constant training regime, she made 1000 shots every day.
Additional information: Stills wore uniform No. 10. She is not related to actress Julia Stills.