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20 Brandon Guyer
Brandon  Guyer


Herndon, Va.

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Height / Weight:
6-1 / 210



• Named VaSID all-state second team
• Led Virginia with 80 total hits, 128 total bases and 30 extra-base hits, which included a team-high 19 doubles and team-high seven home runs
• Tied for the team-lead in RBI (57)
• Started 59 of 59 games in the outfield and as a designated hitter
• Third in stolen bases (17) and runs scored (53)
• Tied for team-lead with 25 multiple-hit games and 15 multiple-RBI games
• Had a nine-game hitting streak from Apr. 12-26
• Perfect 4-for-4 with an RBI and two doubles in second game of Maryland series (4/29)
• Drove in a career-high six runs on a 3-for-4 three-run performance against Maryland Eastern Shore (3/7)
• Matched career-high going 4-for-5 with three RBI in NCAA Regional first round win over Lehigh (6/2)
• Hit a walk-off home run to lift the Cavaliers to a 6-3 come-from behind win over Mount St Mary's (5/2)
• Best ACC series came when he went 7-for-13 with three RBI, three doubles and a home run at Maryland (4/28-30)
• Hit .319 with 36 hits, 22 runs scored, 19 RBI and four home runs in ACC games
• Tied for the sixth-most hits in a single season and had the eighth most total bases (128)
• Tied for third most doubles (19) in a single-season

• Started 55 games for the Cavaliers, including 26 in left field, 16 at designated hitter, nine at third base and one at first base
• Fifth on the team in hitting after batting .282 with 30 RBI, 57 runs scored, 15 doubles, two triples and four home runs
• Also went 10-of-13 in stolen bases
• Produced 13 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games
• Had a 15-game hitting streak from Apr. 23-May 21
• Made his first collegiate start posting his first hit and RBI with a home run in Virginia's 7-2 win over Bucknell (2/18)
• Finished 2-for- 4 with a home run with a season-high three RBI and one run scored in Virginia's 8-0 win over Longwood (3/8)
• Went a season-best 3-for-4 at the plate with a double and one RBI in Virginia's 6-5 defeat of Maryland (3/20)
• Drove in three runs in Virginia's 9-2 win over No. 4 Georgia Tech, finishing 1-for-3 at the plate (4/23). Doubled twice in a perfect 2-for-2 day at the plate, scoring one run in Virginia's 2-1 victory over No. 4 Georgia Tech (4/24)
• Went 6-for-11 in the Miami series (5/13-15) matching a season-best 3-for-4 performance in game three.

• Earned four letters and a third baseman for coach Al McCullock at Herndon High
• Ranked the 172nd national prospect by Baseball America/Perfect Game
• Named a first team all-metro and a second team all-state pick
• Gold medal winner on the Northern Team in the Virginia Commonwealth Games in 2003
• Participated in the Virginia All-Star Game and in the East Coast Professional Showcase
• Batted .483 with eight home runs and 23 RBIs as a senior. Voted the class's best athlete and team MVP
• Also lettered four times in football at Herndon as a running back and linebacker where he was a third team all-state pick as a junior and a second team all-state pick as a senior.

• Parents are Ray and Karen Guyer
• Born January 28, 1986 in West Chester, Pa.
• Father played tennis at Ryder
• Has one sister, Ashley

Guyer's Career Hitting Statistics

2005 .282 55-55 202 42 57 30 15 2 4 88 10-13 8 35
2006 .336 59-59 238 53 80 57 19 4 7 128 17-21 13 30
Career .311 114-114 440 95 137 87 34 6 11 216 27-34 21 65


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