"Jackson Withrow is a redshirt freshman who benefitted greatly by graduating early and coming to the Aggies a semester early last spring. I know it was killing him to have to sit and watch, but now is his time to shine. Jackson is another great athlete on this team and he has a great serve and all-court game. He understands doubles extremely well and will be a tremendous asset in both singles and doubles. He already has had some great results this past fall and the sky is the limit for him this spring." - Aggie Head Coach Steve Denton
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Garnered All-America honors in doubles by being named a 5-8 seed to the NCAA individual championships with Junior Ore as his partner…Advanced to the Sweet 16 at the individual championships before being eliminated by Georgia Tech’s tandem of Vikram Hundal and Juan Spir, 4-6, 5-7…Posted a 14-9 overall singles record, going 10-6 in dual matches…Went 1-2 from No. 4 singles and 9-4 from the No. 5 position…Posted a 4-1 singles record in SEC play… In doubles, the All-America tandem of Withrow and Ore posted a 15-9 record in dual matches, going 6-4 in conference…The pair was 15-8 from the No. 1 doubles line and 0-1 from No. 2…Season opened with a seven match winning streak for the pair…Ranked as high as No. 100 in singles (Feb. 12) and No. 7 in doubles.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2011-12): Posted three wins in the Division I Regional Championships in College Station in the fall and along the way defeated Texas' Ben Chen in straight sets ... will be a key doubles player for the A&M lineup.
SPRING (2011): Enrolled in January of 2011 and was redshirted but was able to work out with the Big 12 Champion squad and the 2011 NCAA Doubles Champions in Austin Krajicek and Jeff Dadamo.
HIGH SCHOOL and JUNIOR CAREER: Teamed with his doubles partner, Jack Sock, to win the USTA Junior National Championship in doubles last summer (2011) in Kalamazoo, Michigan ... by winning the title, Withrow and Sock qualified for the U.S. Open in New York ... a three-time state tennis champion at Burke High School in Omaha, Nebraska ... rated the No. 9 best junior recruit in the United States according to Tennis Recruiting Network ... reached the semifinals in the Boys 16's at Junior Nationals at Kalamazoo, Michigan ... received the bronze ball in doubles at 16's International Tournament.PERSONAL: Jackson Jason Withrow is the son of Jay and Deb Withrow of Omaha, Nebraska ... born July 7, 1993, in Omaha ... is an only child ... a business administration major at Texas A&M ... enjoys baseball and soccer as well as tennis ... began playing tennis at the age of nine ... his dream job is to become a professional tennis player.