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Branden Cogswell
Branden Cogswell

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Ballston Lake, N.Y.

High School:
Shenendehowa

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180

Position:
INF

B/T:
L/R



04/16/2014

No. 1 Virginia Cruises Past William & Mary, 11-2

Cavaliers rack up 14 hits while UVa limits potent W&M offense to just four hits

04/13/2014

No. 2 Virginia Tops No. 14 Clemson 1-0 to Earn Series Win

Cavaliers have not lost a weekend series this year

04/02/2014

No. 1 Virginia Blanks George Washington, 10-0

Cogswell records four-hit game as UVa picks up third shutout of season

04/01/2014

No. 1 Virginia Takes Down Old Dominion, 7-1

Bettinger fires six shutout innings to lead UVa to seventh straight win

03/26/2014

No. 2 Virginia Knocks Off Longwood, 8-1

Bettinger fires five shutout innings as Cavaliers earn 20th win of season

04/11/2014

Baseball vs. Clemson (by Matt Riley)

Baseball vs. Clemson (by Matt Riley)

02/23/2014

Baseball vs. East Carolina (By Kelsey Grant)

Baseball vs. East Carolina 2/23/14

04/20/2013

Baseball vs. Florida State (by Matt Riley)

Baseball vs. Florida State (by Matt Riley)

03/23/2013

Baseball vs. NC State (by Matt Riley)

Baseball vs. NC State (by Matt Riley)

2013
• Second-Team All-ACC honoree at shortstop
• Ranked fifth nationally in runs per game (1.17) and 20th in walks per game (0.81)
• Missed final 15 games with broken middle finger on right hand, suffered on May 1 in practice
• Batted leadoff and started in first 47 games
• Finished second on team and 10th in ACC with .346 batting average
• Lone Cavalier to play in all 47 games at time of injury
• Recorded 20 multiple-hit games, including five three-hit games
• Named to watch list for Wallace Award (nation's top SS)
• Had 12-game hit streak snapped April 2 at Liberty (career best and team high this year)
• Went 3-for-16 in Virginia Tech series
• Was 3-for-11 with three runs in FSU series; hit key 2-run double in game 2 of Saturday DH in 2-0 win
• Went 3-for-10 in Georgia Tech series
• Was 5-for-10 and scored five times in Wake Forest series
• Went 4-for-14 in Miami series
• Was 5-for-13 (.385) with two SB in NC State series

2012
• Played in 41 games and earned 27 starts (nine at second base, 17 at DH, and one at SS)
• Appeared in 20 of UVa's final 23 games
• Picked up six extra-base hits - four were triples (tied for 11th in ACC)
• Hit by 12 pitches - ninth most in the ACC
• Made first career appearance against Coastal Carolina and first career start later that day against JMU (2/18)
• Went 2-for-3 with two runs in Game 2 of Monmouth series (2/25)
• Went 1-for-3 with hit and RBI in Sunday start against NC State (4/1)
• Went 2-for-4 with two-run triple, two runs, two RBI in win over Wake Forest (4/8)
• Scored career-high four runs and hit his fourth triple of the season against George Washington (4/11)
• Went 2-for-4 with run and three walks in two starts against North Carolina (4/14-15)
• Went 2-for-6 with two runs in Georgia Tech series (5/11-13)
• Was 2-for-7 in Maryland series; had hit and RBI and each of his two starts (5/17-19)
• Went 3-for-9 in three starts at ACC tournament; 2-for-2 with run, walk and stolen base against Georgia Tech (5/24-26)
• Set a career high with four RBI against Army in NCAA tournament, including key 3-run double in sixth inning to break game open

PREP
• 2011 ABCA/Rawlings High School Third-Team All-American
• Named to 2010 and 2011 ABCA Region 1 All-Region Team
• Named to NYSSWA All-Star Team three times (first team in 2011, second team in 2010, fourth team in 2009)
• Named 2011 Player of the Year for Capital District (Large Schools) by Albany Times Union
• Three-time Capital District First-Team All-Area Team
• Three-time Suburban Council First-Team All-Star Team
• Hit .500 with 10 home runs and .612 OBP his senior year
• Coached by Jim Carrese at Shenendehowa
• Also played one year of basketball
• Member of National Honor Society

PERSONAL
• Parents are Rich and Carol Cogswell
• Father played college baseball at Siena

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