At Charlotte - Finished career tied for fifth with 11 career triples, ninth all-time with 65 stolen bases and tied for 12th for runs scored (163). Had the 14th highest career batting average (.343) in team history.
2011: Second-Team All-Atlantic
10... Finished career with 124 straight starts, including all 59 games in 2011, and all 56 games in 2010... One of six players to hit two home runs... Led all players with five triples...Second on the team with a .341 batting average...Recorded a career-high of three stolen bases in a game twice.
2010: First-Team All-Atlantic 10... One of 223 student-athletes around the country to receive the NSCA All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year award...Finished second on the team (14th in the Atlantic 10 Conference) with a .358 batting average... Tied Shane Brown for second on the team and sixth-most runs scored in the league with 58... Hit in the leadoff spot 20 times, with a .360 average and 22 runs scored in those games... Batted .333 in the first innings of games, scoring nine times in the first frame... Fourth on the squad with 23 multi-hit games and was one of four players to turn in a 12-game hitting streak (which tied his career high)... Tied his career high of four runs scored twice and tied his career-best day with four RBI (and only home run of the season) in home win over Winthrop on April 14... Made 50 starts in the outfield and six starts as the designated hitter as one of three players to start and play in all 56 games... Finished second on the team with 20 stolen bases (sixth in A-10)... Dean's List (Spring), Athletic Director's List (Fall)
2009: Second-Team All-Atlantic 10, Atlantic 10 Player of the Week, 3/16; College Baseball Foundation's National All-Star Lineup, 3/17... Set team record with hits in 10 consecutive at bats, March 8-11... Leading returning hitter, finishing 2009 with a .364 average... Tied for team lead with 63 runs scored and three triples, second on team with 68 hits... Led team with 19 stolen bases on team-high 25 steal attempts... Tied for team lead with four hits with the bases loaded... Led team with 11 bases-loaded at bats... Second on team with .414 average with runners in scoring position... After being held hitless in his first game of the season, managed a career-long 12-game hit streak, which included his record-breaking consecutive hit streak, raising his average from zero to .571... Recorded four different streaks of five or more consecutive games with a hit... Set the team-high (later tied by teammate Cory Tilton) with five hits on March 9 in a home win versus Furman... Scored a season-best four runs in three different games, including back-to-back games at Duquesne and home versus North Carolina A&T on April 5 and 7... Season-high total of four RBI set in the opening game of the Duquesne series on Apri l4... Was held hitless in just 13 of 52 games played this season... Finished the season with hits in his last six games... Was third on the team with 12 multi-RBI games (team was 9-3 in those games)... Scored multiple runs in 14 games, including five-straight multi-run games from March 7-13, during which he scored 15 runs in that stretch (team was 12-2 when he scored more than one run)... Drew four walks to tie the season-best total in home win versus Rider on March 13... Had best flyout-to-groundout ratio on team, at 0.4... Led outfielders with 95 putouts. (Athletic Director's List (fall)
2008: Appeared in 29 games for Charlotte, with 12 starts (7 OF, 5 DH). Got first career hit in second appearance and first start in home win on Feb. 24 versus Manhattan... Had a four-game hit streak in April, which included three straight one at-bat appearances as a pinch hitter... Most notable pinch-hit appearance was an RBI single in the 11th inning to give Charlotte a 3-2 lead at No. 4 North Carolina on April 16... Next at-bat was a two-RBI double as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning at Massachusetts in Charlotte's record-setting day on April 19... Set career highs for runs and hits with a pair each in a home win versus Presbyterian on May 12... Five hits as a pinch hitter led Charlotte in 2008... Athletic Director's List (fall).
Personal - Parents are Glenda and Jimmy Wilson... Older sister Katelynn played softball at Brevard College... Major is industrial and operations management... Born November 17.
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