Brian Szarmach
Brian  Szarmach

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2007 Game-by-Game Stats

Summer 2006: Played for the Amsterdam Mohawks of the New York Collegiate Baseball League.

2006 Season (Redshirt Junior):
• Ranked second on the team in both homers (seven) and RBI (49).
• Of his seven homers, three were grand slams, coming against High Point (2/26), Georgetown (4/23) and West Virginia (5/13).
• Tied for 18th on the UC single season RBI list.
• Drove in five-plus runs three times, including career-high six against High Point (2/26) and West Virginia (5/13).
• Scored career-high three runs in win over Georgetown (4/22).
• Had 12 multi-hit and 11 multi-RBI games.

2005 Season (Redshirt Sophomore):
• Enjoyed breakout season, starting 43 games before being sidelined late with injury.
• Ranked second on team with 10 home runs.
• Hit a career-high .294 with 33 RBI.
• Homered twice each during series at Wake Forest (2/25-2/27), Southern Miss (3/25-3/27) and Saint Louis (4/8-4/10).
• Had five RBI, including first career grand slam, in win over Kentucky State (5/5).
• Second on team with nine multi-RBI games, while adding 13 multi-hit performances.
• Had first career three-hit game vs. Cleveland State (3/6).
• Added eight doubles and first career triple.

2004 Season (Redshirt Freshman):
• A reserve outfielder who played in 24 contests, drawing 13 starts.
• Hit .196 with two doubles and two RBI.
• Doubled against both Alabama (2/22) and Xavier (4/14).
• Had first career hit and RBI in opening weekend at Duke (2/14-2/15).

2003 Season (Freshman):
• Redshirted.

High School: A four-year letterwinner in both baseball and basketball at St. Charles East High ... grabbed all-conference first team accolades as a senior ... named an Upstate Eight All-Star as a junior and senior ... also chosen all-area as a senior.

Personal: Born Nov. 7, 1983. ... son of Bob and Robin Szarmach ... mother played volleyball at Western State College.

Academic Major: Communications.

Honors: Topcat Scholar (2003), Bearcat Scholar (2003).

Szarmach's Career Statistics