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8 Robbie Coman
Robbie  Coman


Lake Worth, Fla.

High School:
Park Vista

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195



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• Played in 58 games with 55 starts (25 at catcher, 13 at DH, 17 at first base)
• Batted team-best .347 in ACC games (ninth among all ACC players)
• Batted .333 (43-for-132) over last 35 games after return from facial injury
• Started at DH in 11 of UVa’s 12 NCAA tournament games
• Was 3-for-8 in NCAA Super Regional
• Hit sacrifice fly to score lone run of game in 1-0 College World Series win over Florida (6/15)
• His RBI groundout snapped a scoreless tie in UVa’s win over USC to open NCAA tournament (5/29)
• Was 7-for-36 in 11 games in NCAA tournament
• Was 5-for-12 (.417) at ACC tournament
• Started 21 straight games behind the plate prior to start at first base on May 23 in ACC tournament (stretch started in UVa’s final game of Georgia Tech series)
• Missed eight games in late Feburary/early March with knee injury; also missed the April 8 game vs. VMI after taking a grounder to the face during batting practice


• Played in 45 games, with 28 starts
• Had hits in 21 of 28 starts
• Started second game of each weekend series
• Batted .294 (5-for-17) with four runs in NCAA tournament and was 4-for-10 in College World Series
• Hit go-ahead 2-run single in College World Series in fourth inning against Ole Miss (6/21)
• Was 5-for-8 in Wake Forest series
• Hit first college home run in win over Richmond (4/24)
• Went 2-for-7 in Clemson series; scored Game 3's only run
• Was 2-for-7 with two RBI in Virginia Tech series
• Started all three games of Miami series (2-for-10)
• Drove in career-best four runs, three off a bases-clearing double, in win over Princeton (3/20)

• Played in nine games, with five starts
• Missed first 19 games with injury
• Returned March 19 and doubled in run in first at bat
• Three of his four hits were doubles
• Earned first ACC start in second game of DH at Virginia Tech (4/27); went 1-for-3 with double, RBI
• Made first career start March 20 vs. Yale; also started April 23 against Richmond and March 27 vs. Towson PREP
• Three-time all-conference honoree (2010-12)
• Posted career batting average of .344 with 95 hits
• Named second-team all-county by Sun Sentinel his sophomore, junior and senior years
• Named second-team all-county by Palm Beach Post in 2012
• Earned team's Heart and Hustle Award in 2011 and Gold Glove Award in 2010
• Was team's Most Valuable Hitter in 2012
• Coached by Larry Greenstein at Park Vista
• Also played golf his senior year (carded a 43 average per nine holes)
• Named a scholar-athlete all four years
• Member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta PERSONAL
• Parents are Bob and Kim Coman
• Father played golf at Rollins College
• Has two sisters, Katherine and Kristina



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