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Johnny Ayers
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oakton, Va.

High School:
James Madison

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
Infield

Bats/Throws:
S/R

AS A SOPHOMORE (2006) Played in and started 53 games ... recorded 19 starts at second base, 13 in right field, 12 in left field and nine in center field ... registered a team-high .340 batting average from the leadoff position; hit .317 in 123 plate appearances in conference play ... led the team in hits (73) and was second on the team in plate appearances (215) ... notched a team-high .420 on-base percentage; ranked first on the team with 26 walks and 55 runs scored ... was fourth on the team in slugging percentage (.428) ... totaled 11 doubles, four triples and 20 RBI ... ranked second (behind Shawn McGill) in total bases with 92 ... was 17-for-24 in stolen-base attempts ... enjoyed 24 multiple-hit outings, including three three-hit performances and two four-hit contests ... enjoyed five multiple-RBI games ... went 3-for-4 in bases-loaded situations ... hit safely in 42-of-53 games ... twice tallied a career-long 11 game hitting streak ... notched at least one hit in each of BC's first 11 games (2/18-3/10); recorded a .500 batting average (22-for-44) during that span ... equaled his career high of 11 straight games with a hit from March 24 to April 7; recorded a .313 batting average (15-for-48) during that span ... went 4-for-5 with one double and one run scored in an 8-7 win at Sacred Heart (3/8) ... totaled four hits, two runs scored, two stolen bases and one double in a 7-5 home loss to Florida State (4/9) ... went 7-for-14 with three stolen bases in BC's home weekend series victory over Maryland (5/5-7) ... registered two hits, two RBI and three runs scored in a 8-7 win at Virginia Tech (3/24) ... finished the season with a .943 fielding percentage; ranked fourth on the team in putouts (108) and assists (57).

As a Freshman (2005)
Appeared in 30 games, starting in 21...saw action in the middle infield, committing only three errors in 74 chances...scored 13 runs and recorded seven RBIs on the season...was 2 for 2 with two runs scored against Rutgers on April 16.

Before BC
Played for Mark Gjormand at James Madison...was a Virginia all-state selection his senior season...was the 2004 District and Region Player of the Year...also named Nova Journal Player of the Year...served as team captain in 2004...named all-district his last three seasons...received all-region honors his junior and senior years...led team to three consecutive district championships from 2002-04...won regional championships in 2002 and 2004...member of state champion team his sophomore season...set single-season school records with seven home runs, 12 doubles and four triples in 2004...was also a two-year captain of the football and basketball teams...was an all-state selection his senior year in football and was a 1,000-point scorer on the basketball court.

Personal
Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...Johnny is the older of Sharon and John Ayers' two children...serves as punter for the Boston College football team...born July 6, 1985.

AYERS' CAREER STATISTICS
Year	Avg.	GP-GS	AB	R	H	RBI	2B	3B	HR	BB	SB	SO
2005	.189	30-21	74	13	14	7	1	1	0	16	3	19
2006	.340	53-53	215	55	73	20	11	4	0	26	17	32
Totals	.301	83-74	289	68	87	27	12	5	0	42	20	51

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