|High School:||The Woodlands|
|Carlson's Career Statistics|
Finished career having played in the third most games of any player in Big Green history.
All-Ivy First Team outfielder ... All-Northeast Region Second Team as chosen by the American Baseball Coaches Association ... named to the New England All-Star Second Team by NEIBA ... led the Ivy League and ranked 12th nationally with a .397 batting average ... ranked among the league’s top 10 in five other offensive statistical categories ... led Dartmouth with 17 multi-hit games and hit .457 at Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park ... flawless in the field for second straight year, catching more fly balls than any other outfielder in the Ivy League ... in league games only, was second in runs scored (20) and seventh in batting (.371) ... rapped out four hits in nine at-bats in the season-opening series at #13 LSU ... went 3-for-4 with a double in first game at UC Irvine, then banged out two more hits with a triple in the series finale ... became second known player in Big Green history to hit for the cycle, accomplishing the feat on April 4 against Saint Anselm while equaling his career highs in hits (4), runs (3) and RBIs (4) ... the cycle began a torrid finish to his career in which he hit .476 (40-for-84) ... got progressively hotter at the plate with 33 hits in final 60 at-bats (.550) spanning 18 games with 12 multi-hit games ... posted five consecutive multi-hit games against Brown, Hartford and Yale with a .619 average (13-for-21) ... started three-run rally in fifth, then broke a 3-3 tie with an RBI single in the sixth and final Big Green at-bat in a 4-3 win over Yale ... in second game of twinbill with the Bulldogs, singled and scored the winning run in the 12th ... enjoyed a 10-game hitting streak late in the year, going 19-for-30 (.633).
Fielded more chances flawlessly (113) than anyone else in the Ivy League ... enjoyed 10 multi-hit games ... hit .365 (19-for-52) with 12 runs spanning the 13 games during the two Florida trips ... reached base safely in 21 of the first 24 contests ... singled and scored the go-ahead run in the 10th in the first Dartmouth win of the season at UCF, 8-6 ... ripped a three-run triple and set a career high with four RBIs in the 17-2 blowout win over UMBC ... tied a personal best with four hits the next day against the Retrievers ... belted a two-run homer in the final inning of the first game at Penn to bring Dartmouth within a run ... walked and scored the tying run in the 10th in an eventual 3-2 win over Cornell ... went 3-for-5 with a double, two runs and two RBIs in Dartmouth’s first win over Boston College in 15 years, 15-10 ... had two hits and drove in three to help finish off a four-game sweep of Brown ... singled twice and scored twice in the 13-1 road win at Hartford.
Selected by the coaches to the All-Ivy Second Team in the outfield ... all but one of his 41 starts came in center field, with the other in right ... recorded 13 mutli-hit games on the year ... committed just one error in over 115 chances in the field, and registered five outfield assists — three in the NCAA Regionals — to tie for the team lead ... one of six regulars on the squad to hit at least .300 ... third on the Big Green with 51 hits ... tied for team-high honors by getting hit by six pitches ... had five singles and was hit by a pitch in nine plate appearances at top-ranked Virginia ... twice collected a career-high four hits during March, once against Long Island with three runs and two RBIs in a 14-2 triumph, and again at Bethune-Cookman ... first career home run came in 10-5 win over Bucknell ... ripped a walk-off single to left-center in the 11th inning to send Dartmouth to a 3-2 win over Penn ... posted a 12-game hit streak through May 1, batting .372 (16-for-43), tied for the longest of the season by a Big Green player ... came up with the number-seven highlight on SportsCenter's daily Top 10 with a diving catch against #11 Miami in the NCAA Regionals ... hit .357 (5-for-14) in the regionals with a three-hit game in the 15-9 win over FIU.
Led Dartmouth with seven stolen bases in eight attempts ... singled in first game of his career, stroking his hit at Duke in the season opener ... first career two-hit game came at Holy Cross as he scored twice in the 7-6 win ... drove in two runs versus Hartford without a hit ... rapped out three of Dartmouth’s five hits in a 3-0 loss at Boston College ... set a season high with three RBIs in the 14-12 loss to Cornell in the ICS ... was 4-for-12 with two doubles in the ICS versus the Big Red ... rode a six-game hit streak into the NCAA Regional during which he hit .409 (9-for-22) ... drew two walks and swiped two bags in the 11-3 win at Army ... played for the Waikiki Surfers in the Hawaii Collegiate Baseball League the summer following this season ... led the league with a .412 average and .531 on-base average in 27 games, helping the Surfers win the league championship.
Played center field and lettered as a junior and senior for Coach Eastman at The Woodlands ... lettered both years as the team won the District 15-5A championship ... named District 15-5A MVP and Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star ... team won the Texas 5A State Championship during his sophomore season ... National Honor Society member.
Has plans on majoring in economics ... son of Daniel and Linda and has one sister ... born Feb. 2, 1990 in Tampa, Fla. ... father played football at the University of Nebraska in the early ’80s ... enjoys golfing and fishing ... has a hole-in-one to his credit ... works with Refugee Aid Ministries ... volunteers with Project RightChoice on the Dartmouth campus.