Rinna Carroll Jackson '90
An All America field hockey player Rinna Carroll Jackson is among the all-time scoring leaders in field hockey and ice hockey and was a member of the women's lacrosse team.
She led the 1989 field hockey team to a record 13-win season and the NCAA semifinals and also helped the 1987 team earn an NCAA bid. She played on teams which won 40 games during her career and was a perennial all conference and all state selection. Rinna holds the Saint career and single season records for game winning goals with 15 and eight respectively and set the record for goals in a season with 16 in her junior year She finished her field hockey career with 48 goals and 21 assists for 117 points, third on the all-time SLU list.
She also had three outstanding seasons in ice hockey and scored 24 goals and had 16 assists in her junior year for 40 points to lead the team. She scored 99 career points in ice hockey with 63 goals and 36 assists in three seasons and helped the team match the record for wins in a season in her rookie season. Rinna captained both the field hockey and ice hockey teams and was the winner of the Lisa Strozewski Award in field hockey.
A fine arts major, Rinna is a illustrator, graphic designer and muralist and directed the 51-artist S.E. Area ARTWalk in Portland, OR.