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Quentin Bubb


Germantown, Md.

High School:
Georgetown Prep

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185


Quentin  Bubb


Baseball Claims Walk-off Win in Extra Innings

Leopards walk it off for third time in one week


Offensive Barrage Leads Leopards to Win Over Explorers

Leopards wrack up 13 hits en route to third straight win


Baseball Walks It Off in Pair of PL Games

Leopards claimed the 3-1 Patriot League series victory over the Crusaders on Sunday


Leopards Fall in Patriot League Twinbill

Lafayette was outscored by Lehigh 12-3 in a pair of conference games


Hawks Rally Past Leopards in Midweek Tilt

Monmouth plates two in the ninth to claim the non-conference victory


Lafayette vs. Penn

Photos by: Nicole Palmasano

2017: Was the only Lafayette player to start and play in all 52 games…manned the center field position all season long and finished the year with a .972 fielding percentage…at the plate, totaled a .285 average with 52 hits, 30 runs scored, 24 RBIs, six doubles and a team-best 12 stolen bases…recorded 13 multi-hit games as a junior…went 3-for-6 with two runs scored and two stolen bases at William & Mary (4/24)…batted 3-for-5 with three RBIs against Georgetown (3/10)…recorded two hits in four at-bats with two RBIs, a pair of walks and a stolen base against Penn (3/29)…picked up two hits, including his first career home run against Holy Cross (4/30)…compiled three base hits with two runs driven in and a run scored against Holy Cross (4/30).

2016: Missed entire season due to injury.

Started one game on the season at second base and appeared in 13 more off the bench…stole a base in his collegiate debut against UMBC (2/27), and added another steal against the Retrievers the following afternoon…scored a run as a pinch runner at Charleston Southern (3/17)…recorded his first collegiate hit at Villanova (4/1)…had a fielding percentage of 1.000 in nine opportunities.

At Germantown:
2014 First Team All-Interstate Athletic Conference...four-year letterwinner...2014 Georgetown Prep Medal recipient.