Doug Vetter
Doug Vetter


Sunman, Ind.

High School:
East Central



2002 Highlights: Used primarily as a pinch-runner?picked up a RBI single in his first at-bat of the season in a 12-0 victory over Drexel on March 18th?earned his second RBI of the season when he was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in a 15-0 win over Viterbo on March 29th?laid down sacrifice bunts against both Kansas (May 1st) and Cleveland State (May 4th)?scored a run against both Tennessee-Martin (March 8th) and Butler (April 13th).

2001 Highlights: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2000 Highlights: As a rookie, he appeared in 26 games while making eight starts in the infield?in 31 at-bats, he compiled a .194 batting average with nine runs scored and three RBI?had a fine afternoon at the plate against Evansville on March 26 as he went 2-for-3?followed that up with a 1-for-2 showing with one run scored in the Flames' win over Olivet Nazarene on March 29?went 1-for-3 against Northern Illinois on April 18 and drove in a pair of runs.

Prep/Personal: Enjoyed a terrific career at East Central High School and capped it off with a hot senior season?during his final year, he set a school record for home runs in a single season (seven), most home runs in one game (two) and most RBI in a game (nine)?he also hit the only grand slam in Trojans' history in a 10-8 win over Greensburg?finished the season batting .438 with 32 hits, 20 runs and 26 RBI?was the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference's batting champion as he hit an impressive .600 in league play?was named a pre-season All-American honorable mention by the Baseball Factory?post-season accolades included EIAC First Team All-Conference, All-Dearborn County First Team and All-Indiana All Star recognition?was also named the All-District First Team shortstop?as a junior, he helped East Central to a 27-3 record and the EIAC title by batting a team-high .438 with 31 RBI, 27 runs scored and 14 hits?his six doubles led the Trojans?earned spots on the EIAC All-Conference First Team and the All-Dearborn County First Team?also named the league's most improved player?started on the junior varsity squad as a freshman and hit .385?born February 18, 1981?son of Douglas and Becky Vetter?plans to major in Business/Architecture.