TAMU Baseball BIO
Versatile athlete who appeared in 55 games for the Aggies, drawing 31 starts at every position on the infield (18 at first base, eight at third base, three at shortstop, one at second base and one at designated hitter) ... recorded 30 hits in 114 at bats for a .263 average ... hit four doubles while driving in nine runs and scoring 21 ... stole three bases in six attempts on the base paths ... first career appearance at A&M was as a pinch hitter against Seton Hall in the season opener (Feb. 19) ... responded in a big way, going 2-for-3 with an RBI ... first career start came at third base in Aggies' 13-6 win over Seton Hall (Feb. 20) ... went a perfect 3-for-3 with an RBI and a pair of runs scored against Winthrop (March 5) ... scored at least a run in six straight (March 5-12) ... hit safely in nine straight games from Feb. 20-March 12 ... was 2-for-4 with a run scored in Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (March 19) ... collected a season-high four hits with a double and run scored at Kansas (April 1) ... started 16 straight games from March 30-April 25 ... delivered one of the Aggies' biggest hits of the year, a two-out, two-run double in the 10th inning of a 5-3 win over Oklahoma State in Stillwater (May 15). 2008-09 (ALVIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE)
Two-year starter for coach Bryan Alexander at Alvin Community College in Alvin ... was a first-team all-conference shortstop as a sophomore (2009) ... hit .376 with six home runs and 41 RBI, and earned the team's Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year awards ... hit .330 as a freshman (2008), helping the Dolphins to the Region XIV conference title and a fifth-place finish at the JUCO World Series ... played summer ball in 2009 with the Victoria Generals of the wood-bat Texas Collegiate League, driving in 18 runs and posting a .380 on-base percentage ... was named first-team all-TCL as a shortstop. AT KING HIGH SCHOOL
Standout shortstop for coach Gabriel Perez at King High School in Corpus Christi ... was a first-team all-district selection at shortstop as a senior (2007) ... voted the team's most valuable player and captured the Mustangs' gold glove award ... helped the team to a playoff berth as a junior (2006) ... a strong student, was a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL
Kenneth Andrew Jackson is the son of Kim and Rosemary Jackson of Corpus Christi ... born July 2, 1989, in Corpus Christi ... has an older sister, Katie, an older brother, Matt, and a younger brother, Wesley ... numerous relatives have also attended Texas A&M ... majoring in agricultural leadership and development ... plans to study kinesiology with designs on pursuing a career in coaching baseball ... enjoys listening to music, going to the beach, and spending time with family and friends in his spare time.