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A.J. Miller

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Manasquan, N.J.

High School:
Manasquan

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 215

Position:
C

B/T:
L/R

A.J. Miller

07/14/2014

Dickson '12 Continuing Career in the Minor Leagues

Former Lafayette pitcher now playing for the Potomac Nationals

Career: Finished his career tied with Bob Osipower '00 for the program record of 22 career home runs...Also ranked 10th in career games played with 155.

2011: CollegeBaseballInsider.com Honorable Mention All-America...College Baseball Lineup Division I All-Star...Patriot League Player of the Year...First Team All-Patriot League...Charles L. Albert '08 Award recipient...Paul E. Koch '28 Award winner as Lafayette's Most Valuable Player...Started all 48 games - 40 at catcher, seven at designated hitter and one at first base...Batted .385 with 52 RBI and 35 runs scored...Posted a .485 on-base percentage and .708 slugging percentage...Had 14 doubles, a triple and 12 home runs...Lifted five sacrifice flies...Ranks among Lafayette's all-time single-season leaders in hits (62, T-9th), RBI (52, 3rd), doubles (14, T-6th), home runs (12, T-1st), total bases (114, 2nd) and slugging percentage (.708, 4th)...Went 4-for-11 with six RBI in the season-opening weekend at Davidson...Hit 6-for-8 with three RBI, five runs scored, a double, triple and home run in a doubleheader sweep at UMBC on March 5...Put together a 10-game hitting streak from March 12-29...Earned Patriot League Player of the Week honors after an 8-for-15, two-homer, five-RBI showing at Bucknell on April 2-3...Had two RBI in five of seven games from April 2-10...Went 3-for-5 with a home run and five RBI against Holy Cross on April 18...Drove in five runs - including the Lafayette record-tying home run - in a three-game series against Le Moyne on May 7-8.

2010: Started 39 of the 45 games in which he played, primarily at catcher...finished the season batting .272 with a career-high 25 RBI, eight doubles and a team-leading six homers...also scored 21 runs...was once named the Patriot League and ECAC Player of the Week ...had eight multi-hit games, the first of which came with a three-hit outing at Dallas Baptist (3/18)...added another three hits in home opener against Wagner (3/24)...had a record-breaking performance against Bucknell (4/3) with four hits, including three home runs, to go along with a career-best six RBI and four runs scored...finished the series with seven hits and seven RBI to pick up Player of the Week honors...had another home run in two-hit performance of series finale at Lehigh (4/11)...went 3-for-5 with two runs scored at Army (4/24)...collected three hits, including a homer, and three RBI against Niagara (5/8) and finished the three-game series with five hits, two doubles, and five RBI.

2009: Appeared in 45 games with 38 starts, primarily at catcher...had career-high numbers in RBI (22), hits (37), doubles (7) and home runs (4)...also had a .418 slugging percentage...went 3-for-6 in first start of the season at James Madison (2/27)...drove in three runs on a three-run homer at Maryland Eastern Shore (3/7)...went 3-for-3 with a home run at Bucknell (4/5)...had another three-hit performance against Lehigh (4/13) that included two doubles and two RBI...finished 3-for-4 with two runs scored, one homer and one RBI at Le Moyne (5/2).

2008: Played in 19 games with 10 starts...saw majority of playing time at catcher...batted .277 on the season with 13 hits...made first pinch hit appearance of the season at Norfolk State (3/2) and drove in a run with a bases loaded walk...earned first start vs. St. Louis (3/18)...recorded first career hit at Monmouth (4/9)...went 2-for-6 and scored three runs in start vs. Lehigh (4/13)...had a season-high three hits at Army (4/27) while also scoring one run and driving in another...went 2-for-4 with two runs scored in win over Temple (4/30)...started the final two games of the season vs. Stony Brook (5/4) and at Rider (5/7).

YEAR 	AVG 	GP-GS 		AB 	R 	H 	2B 	3B 	HR 	RBI 	TB 	SLG% 	BB 	HBP 	SO 	GDP 	OB% 	SF 	SH 	SB-ATT 	PO 	A 	E 	FLD%
2008 	.277 	19-10 		47 	9 	13 	2 	0 	0 	2 	15 	.319 	4 	0 	8 	0 	.333 	0 	0 	1-1 	43 	4 	4 	.922
2009 	.276 	45-38 		134 	23 	37 	7 	0 	4 	22 	56 	.418 	10 	3 	25 	0 	.338 	1 	2 	1-3 	204 	27 	7 	.971
2010 	.272 	43-39 		125 	21 	34 	8 	1 	6 	25 	62 	.496 	11 	1 	15 	5 	.331 	2 	1 	2-2 	181 	20 	6 	.971
2011 	.385 	48-48 		161 	35 	62 	14 	1 	12 	52 	114 	.708 	35 	1 	33 	2 	.485 	5 	0 	1-2 	230 	15 	7 	.972
TOTAL 	.313 	155-135 	467 	88 	146 	31 	2 	22 	101 	247 	.529 	60 	5 	81 	7 	.391 	8 	3 	5-8 	658 	66 	24 	.968

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