Doug Jackson Athlete Profile

#13 Doug Jackson

Doug Jackson
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-7 Weight: 155 Roster Years: 2000-2003 Hometown: Kailua, HI Last School: Iolani High School

Personal

Born in Walnut Creek, California ... parents are William and Lilly ... mother is from the Micronesian Island of Pohnpei ... played in summer 2001 for the Newport Gulls in the New England Collegiate Baseball League and was selected to the NECBL All-Star Team.

At BYU

JUNIOR: Voted MVP of the Mountain West Conference Tournament in Provo where he got six hits in a row and set a record of 13 hits in the MWC tourney ... selected to the All-Mountain West Tournament Team and was second-team All-MWC ... brought a 14-game hitting streak into the NCAA Tournament ... tied a school record with seven at bats in the 14-inning victory at Cal-Irvine ... hit a grand slam in a victory at New Mexico ... alternated between starting in center and left fields due to teammates injuries. SOPHOMORE: In 2001 he was selected as first-team All-Mountain West Conference and was the starting left fielder ... went five-for-five in game two vs. Air Force, including a triple, in Provo and was nominated as MWC Player of the Week ... led team in stolen bases with 13-17 as BYU's leadoff batter. FRESHMAN: In 2000, he started 13 of 29 games and batted .274.

Before BYU

Prepped at Iolani High ... two-time all-state in baseball ... was two-time ILH First-Team in both basketball and baseball ... coached by Dean Yonamine ... two older brothers played baseball at Hawai'i-Hilo.

Stats

Year  Avg.   G-GS   AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI    TB   BB   SO  SB-SBA
2000 .274 29-13 62 11 17 7 1 1 12 29 9 10 1-3
2001 .370 54-50 200 55 74 8 8 2 35 104 28 28 13-17
2002 .348 62-62 282 65 98 17 6 5 43 142 17 30 19-19
2003 .367 53-54 218 71 80 12 8 4 34 120 25 18 10-13



2000 | Freshman Year

In 2000, he started 13 of 29 games and batted .274.

2001 | Sophomore Year

Selected as first-team All-Mountain West Conference and was the starting left fielder ... went five-for-five in game two vs. Air Force, including a triple, in Provo and was nominated as MWC Player of the Week ... led team in stolen bases with 13-17 as BYU's leadoff batter.

2002 | Junior Year

Voted MVP of the Mountain West Conference Tournament in Provo where he got six hits in a row and set a record of 13 hits in the MWC tourney ... selected to the All-Mountain West Tournament Team and was second-team All-MWC ... brought a 14-game hitting streak into the NCAA Tournament ... tied a school record with seven at bats in the 14-inning victory at Cal-Irvine ... hit a grand slam in a victory at New Mexico ... alternated between starting in center and left fields due to teammates injuries.

2003 | Senior Year

Selected first-team all-conference ending his career as the all-time triples leader in BYU and MWC history and tied for fifth in the NCAA with 23 ... set MWC games only records for seniors in batting average, on base percentage, runs scored, hits, triples, total bases, walks and tied his MWC all games record with 8 triples ... scored a team-high 71 runs ... he was second on the team with a .444 OBP and struck out a team-low 18 times for everyday starters ... in the field he flashed his leather 114 times and committed one error for a team-high .992 fielding percentage ... nominated for MWC Player of the Week after batting .625 with a stolen base in the Rawlings/Oakland A's Spring Training Tournament ... ended up ninth in career stolen bases at BYU with 43.