|League||The Basketball League|
|Arena||Jamestown Community College|
|Location||Jamestown, New York|
|General manager||DeMarcus Oliver|
The Jamestown Jackals were founded in 2015 by Kayla Crosby and joined the minor professional Premier Basketball League (PBL) for the 2016 season. After the 2017 season, the PBL folded. The Jackals then played the 2018 season in the semi-professional North American Basketball League (NABL) as part of a new Northeast Division. The Jackals won the division title in April 2018 to advance to the league championship, where they lost to the Dallas Mustangs.
On August 29, 2018, The Basketball League (TBL) announced the Jackals would join the rebranded league for the 2019 season. After one season, Jackals owner and general manager Kayla Crosby was named the director of team development for The Basketball League. She then hired DeMarcus Oliver, who previously served as an assistant coach for the Raleigh Firebirds, to be the Jackals general manager in her place.
|Jamestown Jackals roster|
- Andy Close (January 7, 2017). "Jamestown Jackals set to begin second season in PBL". The Times Observer.
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- "Jackals Fall In NABL Championship Game". The Post-Journal. August 6, 2018.
- "Moving On Up – Jackals To Join Minor League Professional Ranks This Season". The Post-Journal. August 29, 2018.
- "Kayla Crosby Named The Basketball League's Director Of Team Development". The Post-Journal. June 29, 2019.