Spencer Jackson
Spencer Jackson


Sugar Land, Texas

High School:
Elkins High School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215





2005 (Freshman): Played in 45 games, making 23 starts... 22 starts were at first base and one as the designated hitter... finished the season with a .281 batting average... collected 25 hits, scored 21 runs, drove in 12... tallied a home run and five doubles... drew 20 walks and struck out just 22 times... committed just two errors in 203 chances... hit .333 in 21 conference games... was the opening day starter at first base... started out the season with one hit in his first eight games, hitting just .062... scored three runs in the first two contests against Utah... first career hit was a RBI double at Florida Atlantic on February 20... broke out of slump on March 5 against Manhattan beginning a season-long seven game hit streak... hit .400 (10-for-25) during the streak... recorded another RBI single in four at-bats... went 2-for-2 with two doubles off the bench against No. 5 Rice on March 12... had back-to-back two hit games to round out the streak against Southern Miss on March 19 and 20... streak ended with a 0-for-2 day against Oklahoma on March 22... raised his average to a season-high .304 with a 3-for-3 day against Saint Louis on March 25... slumped again, going 0-for-10 over the next six games... drove in two runs on one hit at Oklahoma on April 12... average dipped again as he tallied only four hits in his next 14 games... had a pinch-hit RBI single against UT-Pan Am on April 27... drove in a run against No. 1 Tulane on May 20... best game of the season came in the conference tournament against Southern Miss on May 28... came off the bench and hit the Frogs only pinch-hit home run of the season... drove in two more runs in his next at-bat to finish the day 2-for-2 with three RBIs... went 1-for-his-last-7 to finish the season... collected five two-out RBIs... hit .414 against left-handed pitchers... was 2-for-6 as a pinch-hitter.

Elkins High School: Was an all-district honorable mention performer for the state and national championship team as a sophomore... hit the first home run ever by a high school player at then-Enron Field as a sophomore... earned first-team all-district and all-state as a junior... selected as the all-state tournament team MVP as a junior... selected to play in the area code games... helped lead team to second-straight state championship as a junior... became the first high school player to ever hit two home runs at Minute Maid Park... holds the 5A State record for batting average at the State Tournament (.857)... honored as a "Player To Watch" by Texas High School Baseball Magaizine... named first-team all-district, all-state and all-Greater Houston as a senior... selected to play in the THSBCA all-star game... made the THSBCA 5A all-state team as a senior... won the home run derby for the Sunbelt Team Texas as a senior... hit 19 home runs in his career to go along with 90 runs driven in.

Personal: Full name is Spencer Garrett Jackson... he is the son of Ronald and Patti Jackson... has an older brother, Jason and a younger sister, Chelbi... born on October 12, 1985... has not decided on a major.

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