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14 Colin Harrington
Colin  Harrington

RS Senior

Johnstown, Pa.

High School:
Bishop McCort

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190




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• Played in seven games with three starts, but did not see action after March 3 because of wrist injury
• Racked up at least two hits in all three of his starts, including three against Bucknell (3/2)

• Played in 54 games, with 48 starts (18 in left field and 30 in right field)
• Named to ACC All-Tournament Team after going 6-for-10 with three RBI in three games
• Hit .305 on the season (second on team, 20th in ACC)
• Second on team and in ACC with 18 sacrifice bunts (13th nationally)
• Recorded 10-game hitting streak from March 23-April 9
• Was strong defensively, committing just one error (.988 fielding percentage) while picking up two outfield assists
• Had key triple and single, as well as three runs and RBI in opening game of Clemson series (3/23)
• Recorded at least one hit in every game of Clemson series, going 5-for-13 with three runs and two RBI (3/23-25)
• Hit second triple of year against NC State (3/31); went 2-for-8 in series
• Had three hits, including first career home run, as well as career-high four RBI against JMU (4/4)
• Recorded hit in each game of Wake Forest series and went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in final game (4/7-9)
• Drove in go-ahead run on squeeze bunt in win against Richmond (4/17)
• Tied career high with four RBI against Duke (4/21); went 4-for-10 with six RBI in series
• Had good series at Miami (4/28-30), going 5-for-11 with three RBI, four runs
• Went hitless in first game of the ACC tournament but bounced back in the final two games, going 6-for-8 with three runs and three RBI (5/24-26)
• Was 2-for-10 in NCAA tournament with hits in Appalachian State and Oklahoma games (6/1-3)

• Played in 28 games, starting 10 games in the outfield and three at DH
• Went 2-for-6 in CWS against South Carolina (6/24)
• Started game two of the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional vs. UC Irvine at DH; went 1-for-3, scoring a run
• Scored two runs in the ACC Tournament (1-for-2); reached base twice via HBP
• Went 1-for-3 with double, two runs in start vs. NC State (4/24)
• Tallied four hits in six at bats in Duke series; scored two runs (4/15, 17)
• Went 2-for-4 with double, RBI in win over Coastal Carolina (4/13)
• Notched hit in only plate appearance against Maryland (3/25)
• Went 1-for-1 with a run scored in pinch hitting opportunity against Cornell (3/5)
• Made first career start in against William and Mary (3/1); went 1-for-2 with an RBI and run scored while playing RF

• Did not compete
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• First-Team Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference selection in 2007 and 2009
• Hit .435 with three home runs as senior; batted .450 as junior and .460 as sophomore
• Stole a school-record 16 bases in 2009
• 2009 Portage Tournament Home Run Derby Champion
• 2009 Portage Tournament MVP and Fastest 60-Yard Dash
• Coached by Denny Altimore at Bishop McCort
• Class valedictorian; also a member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society

• Full name is Colin James Harrington
• Son of Diane Harrington
• Enjoys baseball and spending time with friends and family



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