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Adrian Chinnery Garners Senior CLASS First Team All-America Honors

Senior catcher finished second in fan vote; among five players on first team


Navy's Baseball Season Concludes in Patriot League Semifinals

Mids fall to Bison 5-0 and end 2017 season with 37-17 record


Baseball's Patriot League Title Defense Begins on Saturday

#1 Navy hosts #4 Bucknell in a rematch of 2016 Patriot League semifinals


Blue & Condry Garner Major Patriot League Postseason Honors

Senior shortstop named Player of the Year; Senior pitcher gets Pitcher of the Year nod


Baseball Closes Regular Season with 3-0 Win over Susquehanna

Seven Navy pitchers combine for shutout


Army - Navy Baseball Series, April 26-27

Army and Navy battle for the N Star in Annapolis.


Navy vs. Quinnipiac Series, March 14-15

Mids host the Bobcats on the weekend of March 14-15

Career Statistics | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2014 | 2015 | 2016

Career Honors:
• First-Team All-Patriot League (2016 - C)
• First-Team All-Patriot League (2015 - C)

Career Highs (Hitting):
• Runs: 4, vs. Coppin State (2/25/15)
• Hits: 4, vs. Coppin State (2/25/15)
• RBI: 4, at North Carolina A&T (2/14/15)
• Stolen Bases: N/A
• Hit Streak: 15 games (3/3 - 4/17/16)

2016 (Junior):
• Posted a team-high and career-high 15 game hitting streak (3/30 - 4/17) and saw his batting average reach a season-high .385
• Hit .400 (24-60) with two home runs, 12 RBIs and a .507 OBP in 19 Patriot League regular season games
• Had 12 multi-hit and five multi-RBI games; had three hits in four separate contests 
• Threw out 50 percent of would-be base stealers (11-22)
• Hit home runs versus Holy Cross (4/3-Gm1) and at Lafayette (4/11-Gm2)
• Notched a season-high three RBIs at Lafayette on April 11 as part of a 3-4 showing at the plate in game one. He also scored three times and drew a walk. For that entire series versus the Leopards, he went 8-16 with six runs, six RBIs, two doubles and one home run.
• Overcoming an offseason injury, split time between 1B and catcher with 30 starts behind the plate and 13 at first; caught 17 of the final 18 games for Navy
• Struck out just nine times over 149 at bats (16.6) for the 22nd-best “toughest to strike out” ratio in NCAA Division I

2015 (Sophomore):
• A dynamic two-way threat who ranked highly in the Patriot League in a variety of both offensive and defensive categories: seventh with a .314 batting average... eighth in walks (22) ... 10th in on-base percentage (.393)
• Feared defender, caught 15 of 38 attempted basestealers; fewest steal attempts (38) and successful steals (23) amongst starting P.L. catchers
• Started 51 games with 46 coming from behind the plate as the catcher.
• Found himself located the majority of the time in the middle of the batting order with 18 starts as the cleanup, 14 in the six-hole and 11 in the seven-hole
• Ranked third on the team with eight multi-RBI games, including a four-RBI performance at North Carolina A&T in second game of the season
• Posted an 11-game hitting streak from 4/5 to 4/25/15; raised his batting average from .292 to .321; part of a stretch where he had hits in 18 of 20 games
• Opened campaign swinging a scorching bat with five games of three or more hits in first seven contests for a .586 batting average (17-29), 11 RBIs and six extra-base hits (four doubles, triple and home run)
• Notched 12 multi-hit games, including a four-hit outing versus Coppin State (2/25)
• Hit first career home on Feb. 14 at North Carolina A&T
• Elevated his game on offense with runners in scoring position with a .364 batting average (24-66)

2014 (Freshman):
• Appeared in 26 games with 20 starts at catcher
• Made first career appearance and start at Florida A&M on Feb. 16; went 1-for-4 at the plate
• Set single-game career-highs for hits (3), runs scored (2) and RBIs (2) at Lafayette on April 13
• Recorded just three starts in non-conference slate before taking the reigns at the Mids’ primary catcher in conference play; started 16 of Navy’s final 18 games versus Patriot League opposition
• Ranked sixth in the conference with 9 runners caught stealing (9)

High School
• Four-year letterwinner at John Dickinson High School for coach John Nelson, Jr.
• Served as team captain for the Rams for three seasons, 2010-’12
• Prepped at NAPS for 2013 school year

• Son of Stephen and Joan
• Enjoys playing basketball and spending time with his family during his free time

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