|Coble's Career Statistics
College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy First Team.
First-team All-Ivy designated hitter ... recorded 12 multi-hit games, including two with four knocks ... hit .393 (24-for-61) over the first 18 games ... started four games at first base, all during the first seven contests of the season ... began the season with two hits, a run and an RBI at #13 LSU ...reached base 11 times in the five-game series at Sacramento State ... helped break open a 2-1 game against the Hornets with an RBI double in the seventh, then scored in the four-run frame ... capped a seven-game hitting streak with a 4-for-5 game in the 8-2 win at Princeton ... four days later had a perfect day against Saint Anselm with four more hits, a walk and a hit by pitch ... drove in a pair of runs in a 12-1 win at Brown ... singled twice and scored the tie-breaking run in the sixth of a 4-3, seven-inning win over Yale ... went 5-for-10 with a double, two walks, three hit by pitches, three runs and an RBI in the four-game sweep of the Bulldogs ... scored twice in both ends of the twinbill at Harvard ... was 2-for-2 with two RBIs in the home win over Hartford ... rapped out three hits and scored twice in the 7-1 win at the Ivy Championship Series.
Second-team All-Ivy utility player ... named first-team All-New England at DH ... led the conference with 40 RBIs, plus ranked third with a .361 average and 14 doubles, fourth with a .438 on-base percentage, sixth with three triples and eighth with 53 hits and 76 total bases ... had 14 multi-hit games, including four hits a team-high three times ... his 12 multi-RBI games led the Big Green, and his nine stolen bases tied for team-high honors ... hit safely in 12 of his first 13 games ... began a four-run rally in the sixth of an 8-6, 10-inning win at UCF with a two-run triple ... went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs in the 19-2 blowout win over Akron ... reached base 15 times while going 9-for-15 (.600) in the four-game series versus UMBC ... tied a Dartmouth record by walking four times in one of those contests against the Retrievers ... collected four hits the next day ... Ivy League Player of the Week on March 29 after going 11-for-19 with three doubles and eight RBIs with a .680 on-base percentage ... posted three hits with a pair of doubles and four RBIs in the 14-10 loss at Penn ... singled and doubled, then delivered aa two-run triple in the eighth for what turned out to be the decisive runs in a 4-2 victory over Cornell ... touched Boston College up for four hits and four RBIs, including two-run single in the eighth to tie the score and a triple, plus turned two double plays as Dartmouth went on to win, 15-10 ... average was at a season-high .420 after the 15-10 win over the Eagles ... swiped three bags in the defeat of Saint Anselm ... stroked two doubles in home games against Brown and Hartford ... tied the game at eight at Harvard with a seventh-inning, RBI single in the 10-8 win ... last four-hit game was at Hartford with two singles, a double and his only four-bagger of the year.
Adjusted to the college game quickly, batting .368 (28-for-76) with four doubles, three triples, two homers, 19 runs and 20 RBIs over his first 21 games ... boasted 11 multi-hit games ... third on the team with 29 runs scored and tied for the team lead with five three-baggers — which led the Ivy League — as well as six hit by pitches ... one of Dartmouth’s best hitters with runners on base, batting .351
(20-for-57) ... wasted no time in picking up his first collegiate hit with a single in his first at-bat against Wright State ... tripled, walked and scored two of the Big Green’s three runs in a loss to top-ranked Virginia ... went 3-for-4 with his first collegiate home run in a 10-5 win over Bucknell ... drilled by three Akron pitches, scoring twice, in the 25-10 loss ... drove in a season-high four runs with a single and a double in a 14-2 romp against Long Island ... tied the game against Illinois with a fifth-inning sacrifice fly, but Dartmouth eventually fell, 4-3 ... also tied the first game at Bethune-Cookman with a seventh-inning single ... scored a season-high four times with two hits, a walk and two RBIs in a 16-1 trouncing of Cornell ... had a modest five-game hit streak in early April during which he hit .476 (10-for-21) with a double, two triples and a homer ... went 3-for-4 with a homer and four RBIs in a 14-4 win over Williams ... four of his last five hits went for extra bases ... scored at least two runs in a game 10 times, including three times in the four-game series at Brown.
Four-year letterwinner at Chamblee Charter for coach Brian Ely ... all-county honorable mention in his first two years ... first team all-county and first team all-area as a junior ... twice named team MVP ... DeKalb County Player of the Year as a senior during which he hit .441 with five homers, seven doubles, six triples, 27 RBIs and 35 runs scored ... also first team all-state as selected by the Georgia Dugout Club and Rawlings Second Team ll-Southeastern squad in final season ... hit better than .400 in each of last three years, including .618 as a junior ... holds the Georgia state record for career triples with 19 ... selected as East Cobb Titans MVP in summer after sophomore year ... helped the Titans to a national championship while playing shortstop ... later played for the select East Cobb Astros ... elected to play in the inaugural Breakthrough Series tournament after his Junior year, sponsored by USA Baseball and Major League Baseball ... National Honor Society and National Achievement Finalist ... Coca-Cola Award for athletic and academic excellence ... American Legion Award for character, service, scholarship and leadership.
Psychology major ... son of William and Barbara and has two brothers ... born Dec. 4, 1990 in Atlanta ... has an older cousin, Laleh Mojtabaeezamani, who runs track and cross country at the University of Texas ... also has an uncle, Michael Rhaney, who played basketball for a year at Florida State ... younger brother, Alex, plays shortstop at Morehouse College in Atlanta ... has a musical interest in the orchestra.