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2014 Baseball Roster

Trent Miller

Class: Sr.-3L
Position: OF
Height: 6-1
Weight: 210 pounds
Previous School: Saint Thomas-Aquinas
Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.

2014 (Senior): 2014 Louisville Slugger Third Team All-American … First Team All-Conference USA … ABCA All-Central Region Second Team ... 2014 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Started in 117 consecutive games ... Led the Blue Raiders in batting average (.339), at bats (230), hits (75), doubles (25), RBIs (45), total bases (120) and slugging percentage (.522) … Recorded an excellent .994 fielding percentage … Ranked first in Conference USA and third nationally with 25 doubles … That doubles mark was second all-time in a single-season at MT behind Nathan Hines’ 27 … Finished second in C-USA in total bases (120), third in hits (78) and fourth in runs-batted-in (45) … Broke the school career record for doubles (67) against Marshall on May 16 … Finished his career ranking in the top-10 in four other categories: 6th in putouts (1,019), 7th in total bases (401), 7th in RBIs (155), and eighth in hits (243) … Completed a team-best 23 multiple hit and 11 multiple RBI games … Strung together a hit streak of 13 games, which stretched from March 7 until March 28 … Went 4-of-5 with four RBI in the win over Charlotte (March 14) … Recorded 16 putouts in the win over Charlotte on March 15 … Garnered Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Player of the Week honors on March 19 for hitting .563 with four doubles and six RBI in the sweep over Charlotte … Had four multi-hit games in a row from April 5 until April 11.

2013 (Junior): Named to the Preseason All-Sun Belt Team …Started all 56 games and led the team in several offensive categories, including home runs (8), RBI (50), slugging percentage (.500), doubles (20) and total bases (108), while batting .296 at the plate … Slugged a pair of homers in a 7-6 victory over Tennessee in Knoxville on April 30 … Later that week, Miller finished only a triple shy of the cycle in a loss at No. 20 South Alabama (May 3), in which he finished with a career-high five hits at the plate while tying two more career marks in RBI (5) and runs scored (3) ... The week’s performances helped earn the junior TSWA Player of the Week honors ... Picked up his first career save in a three-inning performance vs. Tennessee (April 30) ... Earned first team All-Coastal Plain League Postseason All-Star honors, while earning a nod as a 2013 CPL All-Star.

2012 (Sophomore): Started all 58 games he played in ... Voted ABCA All-South Central Region 1st Team ... Led team in Slugging percentage at .588 ... Led team with 13 homers ... Led team with 49 RBI ... Led team in total bases with 133 ... Second on team in hits with 78 ... Second on team in BA at .345 ... Third on team with 14 doubles ... Fourth on team with a .380 OB%.

2011 (Freshman): Played 28 games with 21 starts, primarily in outfield or at designated hitter ... Recorded a .280 batting average with nine runs, 11 runs batted in, eight doubles and three home runs ... Picked up first career hit against Jacksonville State (Feb. 26), ending the day 1-for-3 with a walk ... Knocked in first career run with a pinch hit double at Louisiana Tech (March 4) ... Went 2-for-2 with with two runs scored and his first career home run vs. South Alabama (April 3) ... Homered again a week later to help Middle Tennessee to a win at UALR, finishing 3-for-5 with two runs scored and three RBI ... Helped the Blue Raiders to a victory over ULM (April 24), going 2-for-3 with a home run and two runs scored ... Went 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI to help Middle Tennessee to first victory over Louisiana (May 13) in Lafayette since 2005 ... Ended season with seven multi-hit games.

St. Thomas Aquinas: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Lorne Parks ... Received All-State honors as a senior ... Also named All-East Kansas League, All-Metro and Kansas All-Star ... As a senior, received preseason All-America honors by the Baseball Factory and Team 1 ... Ranked 191st best prospect by Perfect Game Cross Checker ... Attended 2010 National Showcase in Minneapolis, Minn. ... Set school single-season record for hits (38), home runs (10), and batting average (.559) during senior season.

Personal: Son of Otis and Sammie Miller ... Born on Aug. 5, 1991 ... Undecided on a major.

2011 Game-by-Game Stats
2012 Game-by-Game Stats
2013 Game-by-Game Stats