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 Drew Locke 24
Drew Locke

Weymouth, Mass.

High School:
Boston College High

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215




Named to 2005 Preseason All-Big East Team...played for the Newport Gulls of New England Collegiate Baseball League during the summer of 2004, finishing sixth in the league in hitting...was named to the 2004 NECBL second-team after the summer...also appeared in eight games for the Hyannis Mets of the Cape Cod Baseball League...named to 2003 Baseball America's All-Conference team and voted the league's Best Pure Hitter...played for the Wareham Gatemen in Cape Cod after his sophomore season...batted .262 with four runs scored and two runs driven in...collected hits in eight of 14 games played, highlighted by three multi-hit games.

As A Junior (2004)
Named to All-Big East second team for second consecutive season...started all 59 games...led team with 21 doubles...also led Eagles with 13 stolen bases...hit safely in 42 contests...had 18 multi-hit games...collected 10 hits and scored eight runs in seven-game win streak from May 8 to May 19...was 3-for-5 with three RBI and a season-high four runs scored in second game of doubleheader at West Virginia on May 8... registered 16 hits during an eight-game hitting streak from May 2 to May 16...collected three hits in four games during streak...had three doubles against Virginia Tech on May 16...knocked in two runs in upset over No. 10 Auburn on February 21.

As a Sophomore (2003)
Named to the ABCA Northeast Region Second Team, Big East Second Team and All-New England First Team...recorded the team's overall highest batting average (.354)...led team in slugging percentage (.540), on base percentage (.420) and doubles with 14...four of 57 hits were home runs...knocked in a total of 29 runs...hit safely in all but 10 of last year's 43 games...drove in three runs against UConn on April 17...had a career day against Centenary on May 14, going 4-for-4 with a home run and three doubles...missed two and a half weeks with a wrist injury...named to the Preseason All-Big East Team by the conference coaches as well as Baseball America...also voted Best Pure Hitter in the conference by Baseball America.

As a Freshman (2002)
Selected Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American, American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Second Team All-Northeast Region, Third Team All-Big East and All-New England Second Team...ranked second in the conference with a .404 batting average...named Big East Co-Player of the Week for the week ending April 15, when he went 10-for-17 with six doubles, eight runs scored and three RBI in four conference games...played in 45 games, starting 32...led the team in slugging percentage (.560) and tied for the team lead in steals (10)...recorded 57 hits, 16 doubles, two home runs, 24 RBI and 34 runs scored...had 16 multi-hit games and had eight games of three or more hits...forged a 13-game hitting streak from April 20 to May 15 and a 10-game hitting streak from April 6 to April 20...had he not gone hitless April 21 vs. Villanova, he would have hit in 24 straight games.

Before BC
Member of the B.C. High 2001 state championship team...played under Norm Walsh at Boston College High School, where he holds the career RBI record...was named a three-time Catholic Conference All-Star...named to the Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Team on two occasions...named south sectional MVP in 2000...was honored as B.C. High's team MVP in 2000 and 2001...also played basketball and soccer...graduated cum laude and earned the economics award.

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management as a finance major...Drew is the oldest of Mary and Robert Locke's three children...born February 28, 1983.


2004	.279	59-59	233	44	65	21	1	4	41	26	33
2003	.354	43-43	161	33	57	14	2	4	29	18	24
2002	.404	45-32	141	34	57	16	0	2	24	10	17
Totals   .335	147-134	535	111	179	51	3	10	94	54	74

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