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David Miranda
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David  Miranda

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Placentia, Calif.

High School:
Valencia

Last College:
Fullerton College

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 210

Position:
OF

Birthdate:
03/23/1995

Major:
Public Safety Administration

06/16/2018

Another All-American Honor Bestowed to Former Baseball Owl Frank

Frank Makes Pro Debut Friday as Well; Others Will Soon Follow Suit

06/08/2018

Baseball Season in Review, Including `Mac's Musings'

Owls Bid Farewell To At Least 10, But Set to Return Back Strong Nucleus

06/06/2018

Wilson, Marman, Miednik, Miranda and Harris ... Oh My!

Along with Frank, FAU Baseball Produces Six MLB Draft Picks

06/05/2018

Baseball's Season Comes to a Close at No. 1 Florida

Owls Wrap 2018 with 43-19-1 Record

06/04/2018

Hot Start Again for Baseball Moves Squad to Regional Final

Owls Take On Top-Seeded UF Monday at 1 p.m.

Meet David Miranda

2018 (RS Senior)

  • Earned First Team All-Conference USA honors after finishing as the Owls' team leader in batting average (.326) and among the league's best in mutiple categories
  • Among conference hitters, placed eighth in RBI (49), ninth in doubles (15) and hits (76), 10th in slugging (.532) and 11th in runs scored (48)
  • Also led the Owls in multi-hit games (24), games with two or more RBI (13), and with seven outfield assists
  • His totals in hits, doubles, RBI, slugging and on-base percentage (.410) were also second-best on the team
  • Finished the season on a 12-game hitting streak, and reached in each of his final 13 games
  • Twice was named C-USA Hitter of the Week, on April 9 and May 14
  • Against league foes, batted a team-high .339, with eight of his nine home runs on the season
  • Batted .385 in the postseason, which included a bases-clearing three-run single to beat FIU in the C-USA Championship
  • Was named to the Gainesville Regional All-Tournament Team as he hit .381 with four RBI and five runs scored
  • Though he just played two years with the Owls, ranks fifth all-time with seven triples and 11th with a slugging percentage of .560
  • Had his name called in the 2018 MLB Draft as a 25th-round selection of the New York Mets
  • Was also Preseason All-Conference USA

2017 (RS Junior)

  • Named ABCA Second Team All-South Region after a season where he led the Owls with 12 home run, 51 RBI and a .590 slugging percentage, and batted .319 (third on the team)
  • Also paced the squad with four triples
  • In C-USA, finished fifth in slugging percentage, tied for sixth in triples, tied for eighth in RBI and tied for eighth in home runs
  • Was second in runs scored (46) and doubles (13), third in hits (67) and fourth in on-base percentage (.403)
  • Tied for the team lead with 13 games of multiple RBI and had the team's longest hitting streak, of 15 games (Feb. 28 - March 22)
  • Included in that was a four-hit game against Illinois (March 3) and four straight two-hit games from March 17 - March 22
  • Also was 5-for-7 in a win over Charlotte, scoring four runs with a triple and a home run (April 7)
  • Had five RBI in a 3-for-3 effort at Florida Gulf Coast (April 25), and a 4-for-4 game with three RBI at WKU (May 13)
  • Following the FGCU win and a sweep of FIU, was named Conference USA Co-Hitter of the Week
  • During that span, knocked in a team-high seven RBI, tied for the team best with five runs and led the Owls with a .538 batting average (7-for-13)
  • Led the team with seven home runs, 24 RBI and 65 total bases against Conference USA opponents

Prior to FAU

  • Played at Fullerton Junior College for coach Nick Fuscardo
  • Named All-American Utility and First Team All-State by the CCCBCA

High School

  • At Valencia, for coach Joe Secoda, set school record for most regular season wins in Viking history his senior season

Personal

  • Son of Raul and Luz Miranda
  • Majoring in public safety administration
  • Born on March 23, 1995
  • Favorite team is the Los Angeles Angels
  • Moneyball is his favorite movie
  • Last book he read was A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • Something most people don't know about him? His teammates are his biggest inspiration to want to succeed on the field and he doesn't want to let them down

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