2015: Capped his career with a fourth All-Ivy League award, making the honorable mention team ... Was second in the conference with seven shutouts, bringing his career total to 16.1 ... Earned shutout wins in his first two matches of the season, against UMass (9/4) and Marist (9/8), saving a season high five shots in the win over the Red Foxes ... Made a crucial stop in a 1-0 win over Delaware (9/19) ... Kept Drexel (10/6) off the board in a 1-0 win with two saves ... Recorded back-to-back shutouts in wins over Princeton (10/17) and Sacred Heart (10/21).
2014: Honored by the conference for the third consecutive season, earning honorable mention All-Ivy League ... Earned the start in 13 games, seeing over 1,230 minutes of action ... Finished the year with a 5-7-1 record, stopping 37 shots, while allowing 16 goals ... Recorded a 1.17 goal against average, and a save percentage of .698 ... Posted two shutout wins on the season, first in the season opening 3-0 win over Michigan (9/6) and also in a 1-0 win over Sacred Heart (10/4).
2013: Named second team All-Ivy League … Posted four shutouts … Was in net for 1,422 minutes … Made season-high nine saves in season-opener at No. 2 Creighton (9/6) … Stopped eight shots against Omaha (9/8) … Notched first shutout in 3-0 win versus Manhattan (9/18) … Turned away two shots in 2-0 shutout of Fordham (9/29) … Recorded six saves in 110 minutes to preserve 0-0 tie against Brown (10/5) … Needed just three saves to each shutout in 3-0 victory at Dartmouth (10/26).
2012: Received All-Ivy League honorable mention accolades ... Played in 13 games, making 11 starts as a first-year ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week four times ... Finished the season with 58 saves and a 0.95 GAA ... Posted three shutouts on the year ... Made six saves in first collegiate victory against Manhattan (9/5/12) ... Stopped six shots in 2-1 win over St. Peter's ... Made a season-high eight saves in first career shutout as Columbia beat Penn, 1-0 (10/6/12) ... Turned away seven shots in shutout of Princeton (10/13/12) ... Made two crucial saves in overtime to preserve a 1-1 tie against Yale (10/27/12) ... Kept Harvard off the scoreboard with six saves in Columbia's 1-0 victory (11/3/12).
Chapparal: Jackson is a five-time Arizona State champion with the Sereno Soccer club. In his senior season the goalkeeper helped anchor Chaparral in their run to the 2012 Arizona state semifinals. Jackson was a three-sport athlete in lacrosse, soccer and track.