How FAU won its first C-USA Championship
FAU offensive leader and closer recognized
Chatham is FAU's highest draft pick in program history
Devon Carr: win, 3 IP. Brett Lashley: game-winning RBI
Chatham will lead the Owls in the 2016 Coral Gables Regional
- Second round draft pick (Boston) - 51st overall, the highest in FAU history
- First Team All-American (Louisville Slugger)
- Second Team All-American (Baseball America, D1 Baseball and NCBWA)
- Named Conference USA Player of the Year
- C-USA Defensive Player of the Year
- First Team All-Conference USA
- Brooks Wallace Award Semifinalist
- Golden Spikes Award Semifinalist
- First Team ABCA All-Region
- Led team with .357 average, .554 slugging percentage, .422 on-base percentage
- Tallied 89 hits, 50 RBI, 48 runs, 17 doubles, four triples, eight home runs
- Started each of FAU's 58 games at either shortstop or DH
- Led Owls to first Conference USA regular-season championship
- Named C-USA Hitter of the Week on May 2
- Ranked 19th in the nation in hits through the regular season
- Named First Team All-Conference USA
- Hit .335 with 44 RBI and Conference-high 22 doubles
- Belted three home runs and three triples
- Brought average from .307 to .360 from mid-April to mid-May
- Owned 19-game hitting streak and 10 multi-RBI games
- Ranked 20th in the nation in doubles (22)
- Led the Owls with four home runs and 36 RBI, slugging .415 on the year
- Hit .300 with 11 doubles and 27 runs scored
- Committed just six errors while playing third base and shortstop
- Had 14-game hitting streak in March
- Hit his first career home run against Maine on March 12
- Recorded three three-RBI games
- Had RBI in 16 different games.
- Attended American Heritage and played under Head Coach Bruce Aven
- Made first team All-County during his senior year
- Had a .416 batting average, eight home runs, 32 RBIs and seven stolen bases as a senior
- Attended Nova Southeastern high school during his junior year and had a .444 batting average, five home runs and 26 RBIs
- Also played on the number one summer team in the country.
- Majoring in Communications
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