The Jayhawks, now 18-21 overall and 12-12 in conference play, will likely have to win all of their final four games to quality for postseason regional competition.
MCC is currently in seventh place in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association standings, two games behind Delta College. Only the top six teams in the league qualify for regionals.
The Jayhawks have two doubleheaders remaining – Saturday at home against Macomb Community College at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. and Tuesday on the road against St. Clair Community College.
The MCC baseball team has not failed to qualify for regionals since 2012.
Colin McClelland led the Jayhawks against Jackson with two hits, including a double, and two runs scored.