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Alec Solé
Player Profile:
Alec Solé 789567
Position: Shortstop/Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
Hometown: Holbrook, N.Y.
High School: Sachem North
Major: Marketing

2014 • Junior | Game By Game Stats
Emerged as an offensive weapon in his junior season...led team with a .352 batting average, notching 10 steals and his first career home run...had 20 multi-hit games and ended season on a 26 game on-base streak...against North Dakota on March 8, went 3-4 with a run scored, three RBIs and two doubles...went 4-5 against SIUE on April 8, driving in four RBIs and scoring a SIUE on May 7, hit the first home run of his career, finished game 2-5 with two runs and two RBIs...drove in four against Fordham on May 9, going 3-4 with two runs scored...

2013 • Sophomore | Game By Game Stats
Started in 61 games as a sophomore, appearing in all 62 contests...led the Billikens with 10 steals...became the first Billiken in school history to record 200+ assists in a single season (209)...hit .326 with a .372 slugging percentage and a .391 on-base percentage...named first-team All-Atlantic 10...had four RBIs against South Dakota State, a career the Dayton series, went seven-for-12 with five runs, three RBIs and two doubles...from May 5-25, went on a 14-game hitting streak, helping lead the Billikens to the 2013 regular season title...

2012 • Freshman | Game By Game Stats
In his first season of college baseball, displayed excellent defense and plate discipline...set a school record with 197 assists in 2012...started in 55 contests, the third-most by a freshman in SLU history...was the toughest Billiken to strike out, with only 15 strikeouts in 188 at bats... second on the team in steals with nine... had his best game against Northern Illinois on Mar. 13, going two-for-four at the plate with two RBIs and two runs scored...

At Sachem North
As a senior he led his team with a .505 average, .578 on-base percentage, 714 slugging percentage, 7 doubles, 6 triples, 28 RBIs, 29 runs, and 11 stolen bases...had a .920 fielding percentage at shortstop and was 6-2 with 2 saves, a 1.23 ERA, 56 K’s, and 14 BB on the bump. He helped his team win the Suffolk County AA Championship by pitching a four hit shutout and going 2-for-2 at the plate with two walks...was awarded the Carl Yastrzemski Award for the best baseball player in Suffolk County, N.Y...was selected as a Newsday/MSG Varsity All-Long Island honoree and Player of the Year...earned the Newsday/MSG Varsity “Ryan T. Caulfield” Memorial Grand Slam Challenge in Nassau...first team All-State by the New York State Sportswriter’s Association and All-Northeast Region by Rawlings/Perfect Game.

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