J.P. Jackson
J.P. Jackson


Bowling Green, Ky.

High School:
Bowling Green

Last College:
Western Kentucky

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 168






JP Jackson and Mackenzie Fields Named TopCat Scholar-Athletes of the Year

Written by: Danielle Sprovieri


Wallace Goes Yard in Bearcats' 8-5 Defeat at USF

Freshman catcher hits first collegiate home run; Warren strikes out career-best five


Bearcats Fall to WMU 8-4 in Series Finale

UC leaves 15 runners on base in second game of doubleheader


Bearcats Rake 15 Hits, Top N.Y. Tech 17-3

Perron and Wenzel combine for 11 RBIs


Red Team Wins Game 1 of R&B World Series 5-1

Neel leads Red attack with 2-for-4 performance


2013 Reds Collegiate Invitational

Cincinnati battles No. 9 Louisville in the inaugural Reds Collegiate Invitational at Great American Ballpark


Career Stats
2013 Game-by-Game Stats

2012 Game-by-Game Stats

2013 Season (Senior):Made five starts in 20 appearances for the Bearcats ... connected for eight hits, five runs scored and two RBIs ... earned a .296 batting average ... had two hits and scored a run in his collegiate finale against Notre Dame (5/18) ... recorded two RBIs against New York Tech (3/2).

2012 Season (Junior): Appeared in 36 games with 24 starts ... hit .221 with 10 runs and 12 RBIs ... led team in sacrifice bunts (7) and tied for team lead in sacrifice flies (3) ... twice scored two runs - vs. Georgetown (5/3) and vs. No. 2 Kentucky (3/21) ... hit 2 for 4 with two RBIs at Villanova (5/11) and vs. Michigan State (3/18) ... went 1 for 4 with two RBIs at Dayton (3/28) ... twice recorded seven assists - vs. Rutgers (4/29) and vs. Wright State (5/2), which tied for the team's single-game season high.

2011 (Sophomore Season at WKU): Played in three games for the Hillloppers in 2011 ... appeared at the catcher position against Bowling Green State, Vanderbilt and New York Tech.

2010 (Freshman Season at WKU): Played in four games in 2010 for the Hilltoppers ... appeared at shortstop and third base.

High School: Four-year starter for the Bowling Green High School Purples... Hit .358 as a senior and led the team in hits (44), doubles (15), RBI (28) and stolen bases (22)... Two-time member of the all-district team... Selected to the KHSBCA Junior All-Star Team... Voted 2009 Get Healthy Kentucky Player of the Year... Four-year letterwinner in football and won two letters as a member of the diving team.

Personal: Joseph Paul Jackson ... born April 3, 1991 ... son of Mo and Tammy Jackson ... majoring in architecture.