|HONORS & AWARDS
|2015||The American All-Academic Team|
|2014||The American All-Academic Team|
|2014||Baton Rouge All-Regional Team|
|2014||All-Silver Glove Series vs. Rice|
Made 11 relief appearances and one start, notching a 0-1 record with one save and a 3.57 ERA...Struck out seven in 4.1 innings in relief vs. Columbia (Feb. 28)...Pitched 4.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits in combined shutout win over UConn (May 16) to earn first career save...Pitched 1.2 hitless innings in the NCAA Regional vs. Rice (May 31)... Helped Cougars to an American Athletic Conference title, their second consecutive 40-win season and to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament... Was part of a pitching staff that ranked first in the conference with a 2.89 ERA.
Played an integral role in the success of the Houston pitching staff this season, highlighted by a 6.1 inning shutout gem in relief at LSU (June 2) in the Baton Rouge Regional Championship game...For that, he was named to the Baton Rouge All-Regional team...Made 23 appearances tied for second-most on the team...Owned a 1.35 ERA and a 5-1 record out of the bullpen...Struck out 41 in 46.2 innings, holding opposing hitters to a .188 average...Didn't allow a run in his first four appearances, totaling 5.1 innings...Struck out a season-high eight hitters in the win at LSU...Logged a season-high 6.2 innings in relief in a team win vs. Bryant (May 30) in the Baton Rouge Regional opener...Allowed one run in his final 23.1 innings pitched out of the bullpen...Allowed just three extra base hits all season...Earned wins over Michigan (Feb. 22), Texas Southern (March 19), USF (April 17), Rice (May 13) and LSU (June 2)...Pitched 4.2 shutout innings vs. Rice (May 13), allowing just two hits with three strikeouts to help the Cougars sweep the season series...For that, he was named to the All-Silver Glove Series team vs. Rice... Helped Houston to a 48-win season, an American Conference tournament title, Regional Championship and appearance in an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2003.
MIDLAND JUNIOR COLLEGE
Played two seasons under head coach David Coleman...Helped 2013 team claim the WJCAC Conference and Region V titles...Was instrumental in helping team advance to their first-ever appearance at the Alpine Bank JUCO World Series where team finished fifth...Named 2013 Honorable Mention All-WJCAC...Notched a 10-1 record in sophomore campaign...Appeared in 19 games, starting three...Finished with two saves...Struck out 70 in 66.2 innings pitched...Freshman season: Went 2-1 with eight strikeouts in 6.2 innings of work
MONTEREY HIGH SCHOOL
Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball for Monterey High School...Also played football for three seasons...Was named "Most Likely to Become a Millionaire" in high school...Assisted with Special Olympics as a volunteer coach.
Full name is Jared James Robinson...Born September 16, 1992 in Lubbock, Texas... Son of Janice and Danny Robinson...Has five siblings...Majoring in hematology and psychology.