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Navy Tripped Up in 16 Innings by Air Force, 11-10

Biggers with five hits for Mids; Ferguson and Elder with 6.2 innings of five-hit relief in extras


Baseball Named as Winner of the 2015-16 Director of Athletics Cup

Mids went 43-16-1 and won first NCAA Tournament game since 2002


Sean Trent Selected to Raleigh Regional All-Tournament Team

Senior LF hit .357 with 2 doubles and 4 RBIs in NCAA Tournament


Navy’s Season Ends versus No. 17 North Carolina State

Fourth-seeded Mids fall 17-1 against top-seeded Wolfpack


N.C. State Defeats Navy in NCAA Regional Opener, 13-8

Currie and Trent both record two hits and two RBIs

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

Career Honors:
• Third-Team All-American: NCBWA (2015)
• First-Team ABCA All-East (2015)
• Second-Team All-ECAC (2015)
• Patriot League Player of the Year (2015)
• First-Team All-Patriot League (2015 - OF)
• Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2015)

Career Highs:
Runs: 3, two times, MR: at Delaware State (4/15/15)
Hits: 5, vs. Coppin State (4/1/15)
RBI: 4, two times, MR: at Delaware State (4/15/15)
Stolen Bases: 1, at UMBC (3/25/15)
Hit Streak: 9 games, (3/11 - 3/22/15)

2015 (Junior):
• In his first year with the Navy program he came through with one of the top single-seasons in NCAA in 2015, as well as in the Mids’ record books on his way to Third-Team All-American and Patriot League Player of the Year nods
• Ranked top-five in the NCAA in two categories: third with 94 base hits and fifth with .407 batting average ... both were number one in Patriot League with 21 more hits and 44 BA points better than second place
• Broke single-season Navy mark for hits; previous record was 89
• Also ranked nationally with 18 doubles (92nd) and tied for conference lead
• Top-ten in Patriot League in five other categories: second in RBIs (42), second in total bases (121), third in on-base percentage (.446), third in slugging percentage (.524), eighth in runs scored (35)
• After starting the year as team’s 3B, he moved to the outfield and took over the role as starting LF for final 38 games
• Hit in the third spot in the order in 53 of his 57 starts; other four times, he was cleanup
• Recorded multiple hits in a team-high 30 games, including 17 two-hit games, nine three-hit and a season-high five versus Coppin State (4/1) as part of a 5-for-5 outing with four RBIs and two runs scored
• Posted a season-long nine-game hitting streak from March 11 to March 22; raised his batting average from .357 to .437 as he went 18-for-31 over that span for a .581 mark
• On five occasions, had a six or more game hitting streak, including an eight-game streak to start his DI career from Feb. 13 through March 1; posted a .405 batting average with 11 runs scored, five doubles and five RBIs to begin his season
• Reached base in a season-long 15 straight games from March 4 to March 25
• Connected for his first home run as a Mid at Army (4/25)
• Had multiple RBIs in 10 games, with a season-high four coming against Coppin State (4/1) and at Delaware State (4/15); also had three RBIs in four other games
• Hit a team-high .429 (73-170) versus right-handed pitching, in addition to a strong .344 split versus southpaws
• With the pressure on and runners in scoring position, he hit a team-high .421 (32-76)

Prior to Navy:

• Transferred into the Academy from the State College of Florida at Manatee after playing two years under Tim Hill
• Originally started his collegiate career at the University of Florida in 2012 and redshirted
• Four-year high school letterwinner at Bishop Moore Catholic for Joe Oliver from 2008 to 2011
• Named to the All-Suncoast Conference first team in 2014 after hitting .350 with three home runs, 39 RBIs and 16 stolen bases as a sophomore at SCF-Manatee
• In his first season at SCF-Manatee, he hit .287 with four home runs, 29 RBIs and stole four bases
• Selected as a Rawlings Second Team All-American in 2011 after garnering a nod on the Florida All-Region First Team
• Participated in the 2010 Aflac All-American Baseball Classic in San Diego as a member of the East squad


• Son of Raymond and Deborah
• Father, Raymond, played baseball at West Point and graduated USMA in 1985
• Enjoys working out, fishing, paintballing and going to the beach

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