2008: Proved to be one of the team’s toughest outs with his .538 on-base average ... all eight starts came behind the dish, and he reached base at least twice in seven of those contests ... stroked a two-run double in a 6-5 win over Northwestern ... perfect at the plate at Cornell, getting hit by two pitches while going 3-for-3 with an RBI triple and three runs ... sacrificed eventual winning run to second in 4-3 win over Penn ... walked twice and scored twice at Vermont ... had a single, double and RBI while scoring two runs in the final Ivy game of the regular season.
2007: Threw out 7-of-19 (36.8 percent) of would-be base stealers and did not commit an error behind the plate ... blasted a two-run shot and drove in three in all of a 14-10 win over UMass ... doubled, walked twice, scored a run and plated another versus Florida Atlantic ... had two base knocks against both Northwestern and Vermont.
2006: One of five players on the team to post an on-base average over .400 ... worked a bases-loaded walk at Hofstra in first collegiate plate appearance ... first hit was big, singling then scoring the winning run in the 11th of a 3-2 victory over #21 Pepperdine ... drew three walks and drove in two at Quinnipiac to contribute to a 13-11 triumph ... had two hits in games against Princeton, Brown and Yale ... also walked twice in that game versus the Bears.
High School: Four-year varsity starter at Kickapoo for coach Jason Howser ... helped team to state championship game as a senior, earning second team all-state honors ... was all-state honorable mention as a junior ... played football as a senior as well, earning second team all-state status ... National Honor Society.
Personal: Majoring in economics ... son of Paul and Anna has a 13-year-old sister and a younger brother attending Missouri State ... born Aug. 26, 1986 in Carbondale, Ill. ... father pitched at Southern Illinois and is now an assistant baseball coach at Missouri State ... uncle was a catcher at Wake Forest ... National Collegiate Honors Society ... working on his first book, a biographical work on one of his college professors.
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