How FAU won its first C-USA Championship
Owls fall 5-1 to Long Beach State in elimination game
Devon Carr: win, 3 IP. Brett Lashley: game-winning RBI
Owls will face Rice on Thursday
FAU earns No. 1 seed in C-USA Tournament
- Hit 253 on the year
- Played and started in 57 of the team's 58 games
- Recorded 11 doubles, 1 triple and five home runs which was third on the squad
- Ended the year with a .963 fielding percentage in in 205 opportunities
- Part of a double-play combination that was among the nation's best
- Started each of FAU's 61 games
- Hit .307 with a team-high 57 runs scored
- Hit ten doubles and tallied first career home run against Old Dominion on April 26
- Scored four runs twice (vs. UConn and vs. Rutgers)
- Stole 15 bases, including three on opening day against UConn
- One of five players to start every game for the Owls
- Saw time at shortstop and second base
- Named Freshman All-American and All-Conference USA with a .324 average and team-high 38 runs scored and ten bases stolen
- Struck out just 16 times in 207 at-bats and drew 21 walks
- Scored multiple runs in seven games, including three at Marshall on April 6
- Hit two doubles at Miami in FAU's win on Feb. 19
- Committed just seven errors with 126 assists and 91 putouts.
- Attended Coral Springs Charter School and played under Head Coach Mike Higgins
- Named first team All-County and third team All-American
- Served as team captain
- Participated as a WWBA Prime 9 player and won two national titles with the South Florida Elite Squad.
- Majoring in Communications.
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