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3 Jack Weiller
Jack  Weiller

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Waccabuc, N.Y.

High School:
John Jay-Cross River

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
INF


10/19/2015

Blue Wins Game 6, 12-3, Forces Decisive Game 7 Tuesday

Simmons rips 3-run home run, drives in four runs for Blue

2017
• Redshirt season

2016
• Played in two games off the bench: George Washington (April 6) and North Carolina (April 16)

JOHN JAY-CROSS RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
• Three-time All-New York honoree
• Named to ABCA/Rawlings High School All-Northeast Region Team in 2015
• Three-time All-Section 1 and four-time all-league honoree
• Two-time team captain in baseball and basketball and four-time Scholar-Athlete Award honoree
• Batted .397 with 114 hits, five home runs, eight triples, 26 doubles, 61 RBI and 66 runs in high school career
• Finished career with most wins (66), most playoff games played (16) and most playoff wins (12) in program history
• Coached by Geoff Curtis
• Also a three-year basketball letterwinner (shooting guard)
• Named Honorable Mention All-League his senior year
• Played travel team baseball with Taconic Rangers

PERSONAL
• Parents are Chris and Leslie Weiller
• Has one older sister, Allie

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