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1 Robbie Marvin
Robbie  Marvin


Ashburn, Va.

High School:
Navarro JC

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 155



1999: Reached base safely in 18 consecutive games, the longest such streak of his career ... Scored at least one run in eight of last nine games and 10 of last 12 with 13 runs during that time ... Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and a double Jan. 31 against Oklahoma ... Scored twice Feb. 20 in first game of a doubleheader against Penn State ... Had first multiple-RBI game April 2 with two, helping Cavs knock off Georgia Tech ... Had a two-run double April 7 against Virginia Commonwealth ... Went 3-for-8 with two runs, a double, an RBI and three walks in three-game series at North Carolina ... Went 2-for-5 with a run scored May 1 at Clemson.

Junior College: Earned two letters at Navarro for head coach Skip Johnson ... Named second-team all-conference in 1998 ... Hit .360 with 59 hits, 22 RBI and was 31-of-39 in stolen bases as a sophomore.

Prep & Personal: Three-sport athlete at Stony Brook School in Ashburn ... Earned three letters at shortstop for head coach Tom Grimm ... Two-time all-conference and all-county selection ... Named league MVP as a senior ... Also lettered three years in basketball and twice in soccer ... All-conference honoree in basketball as a senior and two-time all-league ... All-county in soccer as a senior ... Twice named all-league in soccer ... Father Robbin played baseball at UVa (1968-72) and still ranks fifth all-time in career stolen bases ... Born Jan. 31, 1978 in Smithtown, Wyo.

Marvin's Career Statistics

Year    Avg  G-GS   AB   R   H   RBI 2B 3B HR TB  SB-A  BB  K
1999   .185  50-39  151  29  28  9   5  2  0  37  8-10  24  19
Career .185  50-39  151  29  28  9   5  2  0  37  8-10  24  19


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