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7 Adam Haseley
Adam  Haseley

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Windermere, Fla.

High School:
The First Academy

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Position:
OF/LHP

03/22/2017

No. 16 Virginia Baseball Topples Towson, 8-4

Cavaliers limit Tigers to two hits to complete midweek series sweep

03/13/2017

No. 11 Virginia Blanks Monmouth, 10-0

Casey, Bettinger and Wilson combine on three-hitter

03/11/2017

No. 8 Virginia Splits DH at No. 10 North Carolina

Tar Heels take the series, two games to one

03/05/2017

No. 12 Virginia Topples La Salle, 18-3

Haseley works 6 1/3 inning to earn win and also hits home run, drives in two

02/28/2017

No. 12 Virginia Downs William & Mary, 11-3

Cavaliers score seven runs in seventh inning to post eighth straight victory

06/24/2015

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt - CWS Finals (6/24)

Virginia took on Vanderbilt in game three of the College World Series Finals.

06/23/2015

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt (CWS Game 2 - 06/23/15)

Virginia vs. Vanderbilt (CWS Game 2 - 06/23/15)

06/19/2015

Baseball College World Series: Virginia vs. Florida

Virginia takes on Florida at the College World Series

06/15/2015

A Championship Season in Photos: 2015 Virginia Baseball

Images from UVa's run through College World Series and to the national title

06/15/2015

Virginia vs. No. 4 Florida

Virginia takes on Florida in the College World Series

2016
• Named Third-Team All-American at utility by Baseball America and NCBWA

• One of three finalists for John Olerud Two-Way Player Award
• Named to watch lists for Golden Spikes and National Pitcher of the Year awards
• Led team with 31 extra-base hits (19 2B, 6 3B, 6 HR) – most XBH by UVA player since Brandon Downes had 37 in 2013
• Had career-best 12-game hit streak snapped on March 25
• Reached base safely in all but eight games
• Second in ACC in triples (6), fifth in runs (61), ninth in doubles (19)
• Was team-best 6-for-13 (.455) in Duke series
• Had big series against Wake Forest, going 9-for-13 (.692) with three doubles, two triples, five runs
• Had career-high four hits in Game 2 of DH against Wake Forest (3/18); was first UVA player in nearly six years to record two triples in a game
• Went 4-for-11 with HR, four RBI in Georgia Tech series
• Was 4-for-12 with five RBI in ACC tournament; was 3-for-5 with two triples, three RBI against Wake Forest (5/27)
• Named to NCAA Charlotteville Regional All-Tournament Team
• Was 6-for-13 with four RBI, four runs in NCAA regional

Pitching
• Ranked eighth in ACC in wins (9); he won each of his five Tuesday starts prior to moving into weekend rotation

• Ranked second in ACC in ERA (1.73) and opponent batting (.194)
• Ranked ninth nationally in ERA (1.73) and 20th in WHIP (0.96)
• Worked six scoreless innings against NC State to earn win in first weekend start of season (4/2)
• Fired eight innings and retired final 16 batters he faced at Boston College (4/9)
• Allowed one earned run in 5 1/3 innings in loss to North Carolina (4/16)
• Gave up one earned run over seven innings in loss at Miami (4/23)
• Worked eight shutout innings in win at Pitt (5/1)
• Tossed first career complete game against Virginia Tech, facing just two over the minimum (5/21)
• Also started and worked five innings to earn win over ACC tourney win over Louisville (5/28)

2015
• Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors

• Named to ACC All-Freshman Team and All-NCAA Lake Elsinore Regional Team
• Started all 68 games, including 62 in the outfield (41 CF, 21 RF, 5 P, 1 DH)
• Hit leadoff in 53 games, including 51 of last 52
• Batted .169 over first 15 games but hit .272 from that point moving forward
• Pitched in 11 games – all after April 1 – including five starts
• Hit team-best .364 (4-for-11) in CWS Finals vs. Vanderbilt
• Reached base four times in Game 3 of CWS Finals (6/24); scored game-winning run in fifth inning
• Started on mound in Game 2 of CWS Finals, working career-long five innings in UVa’s 3-0 win; also led off and was 1-for-4, becoming just second player in CWS history to start on mound and lead off (Clemson’s Bailey Hendley, June 6/15/58)
• Was 4-for-12 and scored five runs in NCAA regional
• Went 2-for-3 and scored four runs in ACC tournament win over Georgia Tech (5/19)
• Started and worked 4 2/3 innings May 23 in ACC Tournament game against NC State
• Pitched twice in North Carolina series – earned win with perfect ninth inning of relief in Game 1, then started Game 3 and worked two scoreless innings
• Worked final two innings of May 10 game against Duke to claim first college save and clinch series win
• Earned first win in first start on April 22 after working four scoreless innings against Liberty
• Made pitching debut on April 1 vs. VMI, working three innings of scoreless relief


THE FIRST ACADEMY

• Member of 2013 USA Baseball U18 National Team which won world championship in Taichung, Taiwan
• Named to IBAF All-Star Team at outfield and was Team USA's leading hitter
• Also was member of Team USA U14 National Team in 2010
• Three-time first-team all-district honoree
• Earned team's Two-Way Player of the Year Award
• Member of 2014 USA National High School Invitational championship team
• Named team's Defensive Player of the Year
• Coached by Darrell Don and Scott Grove at The First Academy
• Played travel team baseball with Orlando Scorpions

PERSONAL
• Parents are Rich and Mary-Kay Haseley
• Has one sister, Giavanna

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