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Nathan Orf
Nathan Orf

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wentzville, Mo.

High School:
Francis Howell

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 165

Position:
C

B/T:
R/R



Career Statistics (as of May 29, 2010) | Career Statistics in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader

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%
2009.... .429 36-27 112 25 48 10 1 1 17 63 .563 10 5 16 3 .492 1 3 2-3 95 17 4 .966
2010.... .320 38-34 125 32 40 17 0 1 24 60 .480 12 16 13 1 .436 3 2 3-4 111 22 5 .964
TOTAL... .371 74-61 237 57 88 27 1 2 41 123 .519 22 21 29 4 .461 4 5 5-7 206 39 9 .965

2010:Game-By-Game Statistics|Game-By-Game Statistics in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader|Game Highs in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader

  • Played in 38 games, making 34 starts behind the plate and as designated hitter
  • Eclipsed career-highs in runs scored (32), doubles (17), RBI (24) and stolen bases (3)
  • Ranked thirdin the Horizon League in HBP (16),tied for 10th in doubles and 11th in on-base percentage (.436)
  • Hit an RBI-double in 2010 debut at Alabama on Feb. 26th
  • Blasted his first home run of the season on March 19th versus Creighton
  • Went 3-for-4 with three RBI and three runs scored on April 9th against Butler
  • Legged out three doubles on May 1st at Cleveland State

  • 2009:Game-By-Game Statistics in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader|Game Highs in PDF FormatGet Acrobat Reader

  • Named to Collegiate Baseball Lousiville Slugger Freshman All-American, Ping!Baseball All-Freshman, All-Horizon League Second Team and Horizon League All-Newcomer Team
  • Batted .429 (48-for-112) in 36 games (27 starts)
  • Notched 12 multi-hit games, including a team-best three four-hit affairs
  • Made collegiate debut as the starting catcher in UIC's season opener at No. 4 Texas on Feb. 20th
  • Collected his first career hit on March 5th at Vanderbilt
  • Went 5-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI in the Horizon League Tournament against Wright State May 22th

  • Prep/Personal Notes:

  • Two-year letterwinner for coach Tony Perkins at Francis Howell High School in St. Charles, Mo.
  • Named District 5 All-American, All-State First Team, All-Area First Team and All-Gateway Athletic Conference as a senior
  • Helped the Vikings finish second in the state and win conference, district, sectional, state quarterfinal and state semifinal crowns
  • Finished with Howell career records for batting average (.462), on-base percentage (.603), runs scored (69), stolen bases (37), hit by pitch (21) and walks (34)
  • Also played football as a running back and safety for the Vikings
  • Nickname is Nate
  • Born February 1, 1990
  • Son of Brian and Debie Orf
  • Undecided on a major
  • Nate Orf

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