4 - Jason Jamerson
Jason Jamerson
Born: 09/17/1986
Height: 5-11
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pendleton, Ind.
High School: Pendleton
Position: IF
Bats/Throws: R/R
Coach Farley on Jamerson: "Jason had a very good fall season. He was much improved on defense and looked more confident at the plate. We have some good athletes competing for the second base job. Jason has a lot of Horizon League experience and knows what it takes to compete at this level." 2008: Started in 37 of his 39 games played...finished sixth on the squad with a .258 batting average...had a .342 slugging percentage and a .325 on base percentage...finished second on the team with 83 assists...ranked fourth on the team with a .313 batting average in Horizon League games...also boasted a .388 slugging percentage and a .413 on base mark in league contests...posted eight multi-hit games during the year...had a six-game hitting streak from March 25-April 2...went 7-for-14 (.500) with four runs scored and three RBI in a three-game series against Milwaukee (March 28-29)...2007: Named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America Team as a second baseman...tabbed to the All-Horizon League Second Team and Newcomer team...started in 37 of his 41 games played...finished fifth on the team with 38 hits and sixth with 18 runs scored...posted 12 multi-hit games...collected two hits, two RBI and a run scored in his first game with the Bulldogs against Morehead State (2/25)...went 2-for-4 with three RBI against IU-Southeast (3/6)...finished with a 3-for-4 clip at Wright State (4/10)...High School: Two-time all-state honoree and three-time all-conference team member...earned all-county honors twice...named MVP of the North-South Series...four-year letterwinner as a shortstop and second baseman...2003 squad was ranked 21st in the nation according to Baseball America...helped 2005 team to regional championship...head coach: Bill Stoudt...also lettered three years in football and one in basketball...earned first-team all-state, all-conference and all-state academic as a wide receiver and corner back in football...Mr. Football nominee...high school Heisman winner...his 70 catches in a season is a school record...basketball team finished as sectional champions in 2003...Personal: Born September 17, 1986...son of Jeff and Brenda Jamerson...journalism major.