2012: First team All-Ivy League third baseman ... co-captain ... started 40 of the 41 games he played, mainly at third base ... also made three starts at second base ... gained the Blair Bat award for the highest batting average during Ivy League play (.446) ... reached base at a .534 clip during league play ... hit safely in 17 of 20 Ivy League games ... earned team's Joseph Allen Memorial award ... had an 18-game hitting streak during the season, the longest among Ivy League players ... batted .541 in Columbia's last 10 games ... had three hits and three RBI in 11-7 win at The Citadel ... had two hits and scored two runs in 6-2 win at San Diego ... collected two hits and stole a base in 3-1 win at Holy Cross ... doubled, drove in a run and scored a run in win over Army ... had four hits in seven at-bats and scored twice during doubleheader sweep of Yale ... went 3-for-6 with six runs scored in doubleheader vs. Brown ... ripped six base hits in eight at-bats and stole two bases in doubleheader vs. Harvard ... scored three runs and reached base four times in Sunday doubleheader at Cornell ... ripped two doubles in three at-bats in opening game win over Princeton ... collected seven hits in 15 at-bats during four-game series vs. Princeton ... had two hits and stole three bases in doubleheader vs. Fordham ... went 3-for-5 and reached base four times in 13-3 win at Penn ... in final doubleheader of the season, had six hits in eight trips and reached base eight times against Penn.
2011: Started all 32 games in which he played ... posted 11 multiple-hit games ... earned team's Mr. Hustle award ... batted .368 in four-game series at South Alabama with five runs scored ... finished a home run short of the cycle in 17-5 win at South Alabama, going 3-for-5 with a single, double and triple and three runs scored ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI in 5-3 win at Florida Gulf Coast ... had two hits in four at-bats with two runs scored and two RBI in 11-1 win vs. Holy Cross ... went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a double in series-opening win over Harvard ... homered and had three hits in six trips in second game at Brown ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI in game one of doubleheader with Manhattan.
2010: Honorable mention All-Ivy League ... started 43 of 46 games ... led team with a .383 batting average and 64 hits, just seven shy of single-season record ... scored team-high 39 runs ... finished season with a 20-game hitting streak ... stole 10 bases in 12 tries ... transitioned from second base to third base midway through the year ... batted .375 during league play ... one of the toughest hitters to strike out in the league ... posted 16 multiple-hit games ... had four hits, a home run short of the cycle, in 13-2, game-one win over Dartmouth in Ivy League Championship Series ... was 3-for-7 with three runs scored in doubleheader sweep at Penn ... had four hits in five at-bats, including the go-ahead RBI in Columbia's 4-2 win at Winthrop ... clubbed first collegiate home run in first inning at Appalachian State ... was 3-for-5 with two RBI vs. Penn State ... went 3-for-5 with two runs scored in game two vs. Yale.
2009: Played in 39 games ... started 38 times ... twice named Ivy League Rookie of the Week ... finished season with team-high 48 base hits ... team-best .426 on-base percentage ... second on team with 11 steals ... batted .400 in Ivy League play, including a .506 on-base percentage in league games ... reached base safely in all but three games ... went 11-for-13 in final three games of the season vs. Penn, including 5-for-5 outing in final home game with two runs scored and an RBI ... was a home run short of the cycle in final game of the season at Penn ... went 2-for-3 with three RBI and two walks in league opener vs. Harvard ... 3-for-7 with a stolen base in Lions' 15-8 win at Lamar.
At Montgomery Bell Academy: Four letters in baseball, two in football, one in cross country ... All-Middle Region as a junior and senior ... selected to Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association All-Star team as a junior ... named Under-Armour Preseason All-American senior year ... AP Scholar as a junior ... National Honor Society 2008.
Personal: Double major in economics and political science ... son of Gay and Steve Eisen ... Jonathan Jacob Eisen, b. November 29, 1989 in Nashville, Tenn.