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Saint Joseph's College of Maine
15 - Mike Pratt
Mike Pratt
Height: 5-9
Weight: 200
Year: 2013
Hometown: Dartmouth, Mass.
High School: Bishop Stang
Position: 1B
Major: Business
Bats/Throws: R/R

Accolades:

NEIBA All-New England: 2nd Team (2011)
All-Conference: 1st Team (2011)
All-Conference: 2nd Team (2012)
GNAC Player of the Week: 4/4/11, 4/11/11
GNAC Rookie of the Week: 3/15/10, 3/30/10, 4/19/10
GNAC Honor Roll: 3/21/11

 

 

2012: One of two SJC players - with freshman Joe Coyne being the other - to start all 46 games…hit .283 (45-159) with 31 runs, 14 doubles, six home runs, and 35 RBI…led the team in two-baggers and ranks second on the club in homers and RBI…tallied 11 multi-hit efforts and drove in at least two runs in seven different contests…went 4-4 with a run, a double and three RBI in a victory over Endicott College on March 13th…launched a three-run homer versus Albertus Magnus College on March 31st and was 3-6 with three runs scored, a double and two RBI in a doubleheader sweep over Suffolk University the next day…went 3-7 with three runs, two home runs and a pair of RBI in two wins over Maine-Farmington on April 13th…homered with two hits in four trips and four RBI to help the Monks defeat Norwich University on April 18th…went 3-7 with two runs, a homer, a double and two RBI in a doubleheader against Johnson & Wales University on April 20th…was 2-4 with a three-run jack in a GNAC Tournament quarterfinal victory over Suffolk on April 26th…went 2-2 with a run and three RBI in a win over Gordon College on May 1st…earned Second Team All-GNAC honors.

2011: One of three Monks to play in all 47 games…made 43 starts at first base and two at third…hit .385 (60-156) with 24 runs, 23 doubles, four home runs, 38 RBI and two stolen bases…shattered the program and conference single-season doubles records…ranked second on the team in at bats, homers, slugging (.609), and RBI…also tied for second in hits…posted 18 multiple-hit efforts and drove in two or more runs 10 times – both tallies ranked second on the club…added a 12-game hitting streak and a team-high 22-game reached-base streak…held hitless in just 11 games…ranked third in the country in doubles and 13th in doubles per game (0.49)…tied for fourth in the GNAC in hits and finished fourth in both slugging and total bases (95)…went 4-7 with two runs, a pair of doubles and four RBI in a twinbill against Franklin & Marshall on March 14th…tied a program record with three doubles against Keene State on March 15th…went 3-5 with a run and two RBI that day…went 6-10 with two RBI in a three-game sweep over New Jersey City University March 26-27…added three hits in five turns with a run, a double and an RBI in a win over 2010 New England Regional Champion UMass.-Boston on March 30th…drove in four runs and rapped a pair of two-baggers in a two-game set with Lasell College on April 6th…broke out by going 6-7 with two runs, four doubles and four RBI in a sweep over Rivier College on April 9th…connected for his first home run of the year against Suffolk University on April 16th…went 3-6 with three runs and an RBI in two games against Emerson College on April 18th…was 2-5 with a run and two doubles  in an extra-inning loss to USM two days later…broke the Monks’ single-season doubles record that day…helped the Monks defeat Lasell in the GNAC Tournament by going 2-5 with a homer and three RBI on April 28th…went 2-4 with two RBI in an NCAA Tournament win over Wheaton College on May 18th…was 3-4 with a solo home run in a loss to eventual New England Regional champion Western New England College the next day…garnered First Team All-GNAC and Second Team All-NEIBA honors…selected as the GNAC Player of the Week twice and listed on the conference weekly honor roll once during the season.

2010: Played in 38 games with 35 starts as a freshman…hit .287 (31-108) with 22 runs, two doubles, five home runs, and 28 RBI…recorded more than one hit in seven games and at least two RBI in eight contests…singled in his first collegiate at bat against Clark on March 7th…started his career with a memorable performance, as the rookie infielder went 3-4 in his first NCAA game and was 5-6 with three runs, a double, and an RBI in the Monks’ season-opening twinbill against Clark…belted his first career long ball, a three-run blast to left field, against WPI on March 8th…drove home four runs against Wentworth on March 11th…went 3-5 with five RBI and a home run against Suffolk on March 28th…hit his third home run of the year and went 2-3 with three RBI against Thomas on April 13th…went 2-2 with two RBI, a home run and the first triple of his collegiate career against Colby on April 25th…recorded a key two-run single against Suffolk in the GNAC Championship game on May 2nd…hit a three-run homer against Wheaton College in the NCAA Regional on May 21st…was the only freshman to hit a long ball in the New England Regional…named GNAC Rookie of the Week three times during the season…selected as the Monks’ Rookie of the Year.

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball for Lenny Rocha at Bishop Stang High School, making the Division 2 State Tournament all three years...was a two-time Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star...hit .350 with 17 RBI's, 24 hits and 6 home runs his senior year...hit three home runs against Martha's Vineyard in one game, including a walk off home run...also garnered Standard Times All Star and Fall River Herald All Star honors.

Personal: Michael Kyle Pratt, born on August 15, 1991 in New Bedford, MA...son of Donald and Phyllis Pratt...majoring in Business.

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