Caitlin Jackson was a part of four National Championship teams as a four-year varsity letterwiner at Northwestern. She appeared in 71 games and was in the starting lineup in eight games. Jackson posted career highs in ground balls (20), draw controls (14) and caused turnovers (four) as a senior. She graduated recording 39 ground balls, 23 draw controls and seven caused turnovers.
Jackson served as a coach at five Northwestern Camps each summer during her collegiate career. She supervised and coached six to 20 campers responsible for their direction, transportation and residential needs. Under the direction of Northwestern head coach Kelly Amonte-Hiller, Jackson also served as a coach for the Wildcat Elite Lacrosse Club Team from 2007-09.
Prior to applying her playing experience to the sidelines as a Wildcat, Jackson served as the head coach for the Norwell Youth Lacrosse Camp. She planned and organized all managerial aspects of the game. In addition, she was the designer and director of all direct and e-mail marketing materials for the camp.
The Norwell, Mass. native obtained her bachelors' degree in communications studies with an art concentration at Northwestern.