|Date of birth||April 13, 1981|
|Place of birth||Joplin, Missouri, United States|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Playing position||Midfielder, Defender|
|1999–2002||St. Louis Billikens|
|2002||Kansas City Brass|
|2003–2010||Kansas City Wizards||195||(14)|
|2003||→ Syracuse Salty Dogs (loan)||7||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 10, 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
Youth and college
Jewsbury attended Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Missouri, where he scored a state record 59 goals in his senior season and 124 goals in his four-year high school career. He was named First-team All-Midwest Region, All-State, All-District, All-Ozark Conference and conference Player of the Year as a senior, and was a three-time All-District and All-State selection, before having his #21 jersey retired.
Jewsbury played four years of college soccer at Saint Louis University, finishing his career tied for tenth on the school's all-time scoring list with 101 points. Jewsbury was twice named first team All-Conference USA, winning the Conference Player of the Year award as a sophomore. During his college years, he also played with Kansas City Brass in the USL Premier Development League.
Jewsbury was drafted 43rd overall in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft by the Kansas City Wizards, and signed to a developmental contract. As a rookie, Jewsbury struggled for playing time, appearing for only 61 minutes all season. In July and August 2003, the Wizards sent Jewsbury on loan to the Syracuse Salty Dogs of the USL A-League. In his second year, however, Jewsbury played much more, becoming a significant utility player for the Wizards. That year he helped the club capture the 2004 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and the Western Conference title. He continued to progress with the club and soon became a very influential player for Kansas City. In eight years with the club, the central midfielder would appear in 195 league matches and score 14 goals.
Jewsbury was traded to Portland Timbers for allocation money on March 1, 2011. Just days after arriving in Portland, Jewsbury was given the captain's armband for the club's inaugural MLS season.
Kansas City Wizards