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Mids Drop Game One of Patriot League Championship, 8-5

Knowles’ homer in fifth ties game at 2-2 before Army scores six unanswered


Navy Baseball Advances to Patriot League Finals with 4-1 Victory over Holy Cross

Sauer throws complete game five-hitter; Williamson with two RBIs


Navy Splits Doubleheader with Holy Cross in PL Semifinals

Mids fall 4-2 in game one; defeat Crusaders 4-0 in second contest


Navy Baseball Falls in Sunday Contest to Longwood

Biggers, Lowe and Williamson all collect two hits in defeat


Baseball Sweeps Non-Conference Twinbill with Longwood

Mids take 2-1 extra-inning win in game one; roll 7-1 in game two

Career Statistics | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2017 | 2018

Career Honors:
• Patriot League Player of the Week (3/21/17)
• Patriot League Rookie of the Week (4/11/17)

Career Highs:
Runs: 3, two times, MR: at Lehigh (4/16/17)
Hits: 4, vs. NYIT (3/18/17)
RBI: 2, eight times, MR: at Army (4/22/17)
Stolen Bases: N/A
Hit Streak: 13 games (4/2 - 4/15/17)

2017 (Freshman)
 Saw limited play over the first four weeks of the season with four at bats leading into the NYIT series (3/17-3/19); from March 17 through end of 2017, he started as Navy’s DH in 35 games
 Barely missed the requirements for league standings, but would have ranked seventh in PL in slugging percentage (.504) and ninth in BA (.315) for players over 125 at bats; tallied 12 extra-base hits (4-2B, 4-3B, 4-HR)
 One of three Mids with 25 RBIs (fifth-most on the team)
 Collegiate debut as a pinch hitter versus Air Force (2/25) before making first start against NYIT (3/17)
 Posted multiple hits in 10 games with five two-hit games, four three-hit games and one four-hit contest versus NYIT (3/18)
 In that four-hit game, he went for the cycle and totaled a season-high 10 bases
 Named the Patriot League Player of the Week on March 21 following his theatrics versus NYIT and later was the Patriot League Rookie of the Week on April 11; as named the top rookie as he batted .375 (9-24) with a .625 slugging percentage, four run scored and seven RBIs over six games
 Responsible for Navy’s longest hit streak in 2017, a 13-game run from April 2 to April 15
 Hit in the five-hole in all 27 of 35 starts with all appearances as Mids’ DH
 Scored three runs at Delaware State (3/22) and at Lehigh (4/16)
 Hit .347 (33-95) versus RHP and .310 (13-42) with runners in scoring position

High School
• Member of Jamestown’s varsity team for three seasons under head coaches Mike Kuebler and John Cole
• Earned First Team Group 4A All-State honors in 2015 and 2016
• Named the VHSL Conference 19 Player of the Year, as well as Daily Press Player of the Year after his junior year in 2015
• Selected as a member of the 2016 Perfect Game Atlantic Region Honorable Mention team
• Served as Jamestown’s team captain in 2016
• Helped lead the Eagles to the 2016 Conference 19 Championship

• Son of James and Lisa
• Father is retired U.S. Army and graduated the Military Academy in 1987; lettered in soccer at USMA in 1986
• Brother Liam is a member of Navy’s baseball team and class of 2019
• Hobbies include ultimate frisbee, lifeguarding and playing spike ball
• Participated in Math, Latin and National Honor Societies at Jamestown, as well as competed in the Virginia Math League
• Born in Honolulu, but raised in Virginia
• High school teammates with Liam, as well as DI players: Liberty OF Chris Jones ’20 and North Carolina State LHP Kent Klyman ‘20
• Played travel baseball with the Richmond Braves and was teammates with fellow sophomores Nicholas Elder and Gabe Schilke

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