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Brock Jacobsen Athlete Profile

#3 Brock Jacobsen

Brock Jacobsen
Positions: Outfielder, First Base Height: 6-2 Weight: 195 Roster Years: 2003 Hometown: Santa Clara, UT Last School: Dixie College


Born in Provo ... parents are Bill and Ann ... father coaches football at Dixie College and was the head baseball coach ... wife's name is Dusty ... served mission to Lansing, Michigan ... made the dean's list and graduated with honors from Dixie College ... father was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles and uncles Lloyd Jacobsen (1966-67) and Mike Jacobsen (1968-70) played football for BYU and Mike is the current athletic director at UVSC ... cousin Jason played at UVSC and is an assistant coach at Southern Utah, cousin Eric played football for Utah and cousin Casey plays for the NBA Phoenix Suns ... majoring in accounting.

Before BYU

Prepped at Snow Canyon High, where he was coached by his father Bill Jacobsen ... all-state first team as a junior and senior ... all-region first team ... all-state first team WR/FS for football ... played at Dixie State College, where he was coached by former Cougar Mike Littlewood ... 2002 academic athlete of the year ... all-SWAC team outfielder after finishing third in the Conference in runs and home runs ... member of the 2001 all-tournament team at Junior College World Series where his team took second place ... recruited by Arizona, Nevada and Southern Utah and was drafted in the 44th round by the St. Louis Cardinals.


Year    Avg.   G-GS   AB    R    H   2B   3B   HR   RBI    TB   BB   SO   SB-SBA
2003 .323 52-53 189 51 61 7 5 10 49 108 22 20 20-23

2003 | Junior Year

Signed as a free agent with the Texas Rangers ... in the MWC Tournament, he drove in six RBI with two triples and a home run to be named to the All-MWC Tournament team ... he ended the season second on the team with 20 stolen bases and third on the team with 10 home runs ... playing all but one game on the season, Jacobsen committed only an error in centerfield for a .991 fielding percentage.