Jeff Mackor, born June 17, 1980 Picked as a Collegiate Baseball 2001 BIG EAST Player to Watch voted a BIG EAST top prospect and catcher with the best arm in Baseball America named to the 2001 preseason All-BIG EAST team played in the New England Collegiate Baseball League for the champion Keene Swamp Bats earned NECBL First Team AllStar recognition hit .231 in the regular season and .300 in the playoffs; his .300 effort in the playoffs was ninth of all championship participants will play for the Harwich Mariners in the Cape Cod League in the summer of 2001.
AS A JUNIOR: Was the lone Eagle to receive the 2001 All-BIG EAST First Team nod (catcher) voted to the 2001 All-New England second team ... hit .285 ... all six of his home runs came in league action, ranking him third among BIG EAST sluggers ... threw out 34 of 86 basestealers ... accumulated a team-high 24, two-out RBIs ... named to the 2001 Johnny Bench Award Watch List ... drove in five total runs in the Beanpot Tournament, had a three-run double vs. UMass and brought home two runs, including the game-winner, in the 12-1 win over NU ... went 7-for-10 with four home runs in three-game series with Villanova, named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week ... threw out three basestealers in 4-2 loss to Rutgers (April 22) ... From April 9 - 14, hit .417 with two home runs and seven RBIs ... had a three-run double in the seventh and final inning vs. St. Johns (April 7) to ignite the 10-6 win ... strung together an eight-game hit streak from March 6 -19 ... powered multiple hits in four games from March 11 - 19 ... led the team in batting at Virginia Tech, totaling an .583 average with seven hits ... was responsible for two game-winning RBIs on the Florida trip (Buffalo, LaSalle) ... threw out three baserunners from his catcher position vs. LaSalle (March 11) and five total on the trip ... powered hits in six of the seven games played and drove in two runs in each of two games in Florida ... contributed two hits vs. the Red Sox ... Had two hits and an RBI in 5-2 loss to W&M.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Named to the All-New England first team as a catcher had 46 hits in 150 at bats for a .307 batting average started 44 of the 46 games played enjoyed 10 multiple-hit games and seven games with multiple RBIs had three hits in three games and a trio of RBIs in three games threw out 25 of 63 would-be basestealers from the catcher position had a six-game hit streak from April 12-18 went 4-for-4 with a pair of runs scored in the Eagles 9-0 victory over College of Charleston (February 13) hit three homers in his first six games involved in BCs unorthodox 2-6-2 triple play against Valparaiso (March 7) when he caught a total of five runners stealing in that game drove in three runs and three hits in a 17-12 loss to Rutgers had two of BCs three hits in 8-0 loss to Seton Hall (April 16).
AS A FRESHMAN: Batted .367 (18-for-49), seeing action in 22 games had a .592 slugging percentage with five doubles and two home runs knocked two dingers against Milwaukee College of Engineering (March 3) drove in three RBIs in BCs 4-1 victory over Villanova went 2-for-2 with two RBIs vs. Harvard (April 13).
BEFORE BC: Earned All-Catholic Conference three years a two-time Bay State Games participant served as captain during his senior season (1998) for head coach Pat Yanchus hit .486 with eight home runs during his senior season.
PERSONAL: A marketing major in the Carroll School of Management earned All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Globe and Boston Herald in 1998 he is a member of the National Honor Society earned All-Catholic Conference honors in football as a senior (1998) Jeff and his younger brother Tom, a baseball player who will attend BC in the fall of 2001, are the children of Linda and Jeff Mackor.
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