|MacDowell's Career Statistics|
Started exactly two-thirds of the games behind the plate (26 of 39) ... gunned down two runners trying to steal at No. 30 FIU ... twice recorded three-hit games, the first in a 10-3 win over Nebraska Omaha with two singles and a double ... reached base three times with a single, double and walk in the second game against 18th-ranked Kansas ... went 3-for-7 in the series against the Jayhawks ... picked up his first career stolen base against Penn ... hit safely in eight of nine games in the first half of April ... capped that stretch with a two-run single in a 12-3 win over Yale ... was a perfect 3-for-3 in the opener at Brown ... produced RBIs in three straight games without the aid of a hit ... drove in two of the four runs in a 4-2 win over Harvard to start a series sweep of the Crimson ... reached base three times with two walks and a single, plus scored a run and threw out a would-be base stealer in the 11-4 win over Yale in the Rolfe Division playoff.
Chosen for first-team All-Ivy League and All-New England at catcher ... one of five regular starters to hit better than .300 ... was 16-for-43 (.372) with runners in scoring position ... caught six of the team’s nine shutouts ... stroked two doubles in the season-opening 10-3 win at the Metrodome against Minnesota ... broke a 2-2 deadlock in the ninth with his third hit of the game — a two-run triple — in a 5-2 win over Army ... produced a career-high four RBIs and drilled first career homer the next day in an 11-4 victory over LIU Brooklyn ... selected as Dartmouth’s Northeast Credit Union Male Athlete of the Week on March 20 ... banged out three hits in the first contest against Bradley, an 11-8 Big Green win ... gave Dartmouth lead for good with a three-run triple versus Siena as he went 3-for-4 with two runs as well ... in the second game against Yale, he hit a solo homer for a 2-1 lead in the third, an RBI single for a 3-2 lead in the ninth, then brought home the final two runs in the 10th with another single to match his career high of four RBIs in a 7-3 triumph ... went 7-for-16 (.438) with six RBIs in the series against the Bulldogs ... doubled home two runs in a 3-1 win over Harvard and had five RBIs in three games versus the Crimson ... drove in at least one run in eight of his last 10 games.
Gunned down 5-of-14 (35.7 pct.) would-be base stealers ... Singled in first college at-bat, coming at #13 LSU ... in first start, delivered a pair of RBI singles as the DH in a 12-4 win at Sacramento State ... caught the second game of the doubleheader against the Hornets, going 1-for-4 with a run as the Green completed the sweep, 6-1 ... stroked two singles and drove in a run in the final game at UC Irvine ... posted a season-high three hits and drove in two at Hartford to help Dartmouth cruise to a 14-5 triumph ... lone double of the year came at Boston College.
Two-sport athlete at Falmouth earned four varsity letters in baseball, two for coach Dana Dresser and two more for coach Kevin Winship ... also earned four letters playing hockey ... two-time captain of the baseball team, and senior captain for hockey ... All-Western Maine Conference First Team as a junior and senior, second team as a sophomore ... played in Maine Underclass All-Star Game ... WMC All-Academic team ... first-team all-state hockey player three times by Maine Class A Hockey Association, twice by Portland Press Herald Telegram ... National Honor Society.
Son of Steve and Karen has one brother and one sister ... born Sept. 24, 1993 in Portland, Maine ... father played baseball at St. Joseph’s, and uncle Ed Flaherty played at Maine in the 1970s and is a member of the ABCA Hall of Fame as one of the top Division III coaches in the country at Southern Maine ... cousin Ryan Flaherty was an All-American at Vanderbilt and is currently in the Orioles organization after being taken in the Rule 5 Draft from the Chicago Cubs ... considering a major in economics ... enjoys lazy days on the beach.