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15 Weston Jackson

2016: Third-Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball…Second-Team All-Atlantic Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)…Second-Team All-Big South…First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District IV team…established a PC Division I era single-season record for doubles with 27…also tied the single-season record for runs with 47 with teammate Tyler Weyenberg and Brad Zebedis…ranked second on the PC D1 single-season list for slugging pct. (.613), RBIs (55), and total bases (133), while finishing tied for third in home runs (10)…intentionally walked 11 times, most in a single season in PC’s D1 era…totaled 25 multi-hit games, second most on the team, including a career-high five hits at The Citadel on March 19…team-high 13 multi-RBI games, including a career-high four RBIs twice…finished the regular season tied for the nation’s lead in doubles…reached base in the first 22 games of the season, second-longest streak by a PC player in 2016…recorded a nine-game hitting streak from April 1 to April 15, third-longest on the team…went 5-for-5 against The Citadel on March 19, tying the school single-game record for hits, while finishing a triple shy of the cycle with two doubles, a homer, three runs and four RBIs…had another four-RBI game at Western Carolina on March 8, going 3-for-5 with a double…recorded four straight games with multiple RBIs from April 1-6, amassing 11 RBIs with eight hits during that span…reached base in 52 of the 57 games, including 22 of 24 conference games…batted .318 (28-of-88) in 24 conference games with 12 doubles, a triple, three home runs, 17 runs and 22 RBIs, along with a .580 slugging percentage and a .408 on-base percentage…also stole nine bases, tied for third-most on the team, as a part of PC’s 67 as a team…recorded eight assists from the outfield and did not commit an error in 121 chances

2015: Started the first 11 games of the season before suffering an injury … Hit. 395 (17-for-43) with seven doubles and 11 RBI … Hit a home run against Delaware State (2/13) and Furman (2/22) … Drove in four RBI against Delaware State (13) … Doubled in the first five games of the season … Did not commit an error … Went 3-for-3 against Wofford (2/18) … Went hitless in only one game. 

2014: Played 39 games, starting 38 (29 in the outfield, nine as a designated hitter)… Hit .300 on the season overall (third among lineup regulars) and hit a team-best .307 in Big South Conference play… Registered a .372 on-base percentage overall and a team-leading .357 on-base percentage in Big South Conference play… Posted 11 multiple-hit games, fifth on the team… Tallied a season-long six-game hitting streak in his first seven games… Went 4-for-4 against Wofford (3/19) and delivered three hits in games against UNC Asheville (3/15), Winthrop (4/13) and Longwood (4/26)… Drove in two RBI against UNC Asheville (3/15)… Registered four assists.

2013: Played in 19 games, starting five… Made his collegiate debut as a pinch hitter against Savannah State (2/16) and made his first career start against NC Central (2/24) as a designated hitter… Drove in an RBI in his first at-bat… Went 2-for-3 in his second-ever start against High Point (3/2)… Also picked up an RBI against UConn (3/16) and hits against Winthrop (3/23), NC State (5/5) and Gardner-Webb (5/17)… Started at second base against Charlotte (3/26), registering two assists.

High School: Played at Eastside High School for coach Scott Erwin… Captured three straight Region II 3A First Team All-Region honors from freshman to junior year… Hit .551 and five home runs as a junior to earn 3A First Team All-State laurels… Increased his batting average substantially every year in high school as a middle infielder and helped his West End Baseball and Diamond Dogs club teams to a 2011 Upper-State Championship and a 2011 Big League World Series Championship.

Personal: Weston Thomas Jackson was born July 24, 1993 in Greenville, S.C…. Son of Will and Wendy Jackson...Major is chemistry.

Position: Outfielder
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Greer, S.C.
High School: Eastside