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Matt Meyer
Student Coach

First Season at BC

Former player Matt Meyer joined the Boston College baseball staff prior to the 2013-14 season as a student assistant coach. Meyer, who donned the Maroon and Gold from 2004-06, returned to the Heights to complete his undergraduate degree.

Meyer assists pitching coach Scott Friedholm and has general coaching duties.

The Rochester, Minn., native was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 15th round (No. 461 overall) in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft. In his first minor league season, he went 2-2 with a 1.98 ERA and struck out 31 in the New York-Penn League. He put together one of his best seasons in 2011, working his way from rookie ball to triple-A with the Salt Lake City Bees, the affiliate of the LA Angels of Anaheim. Over the course of the summer, he recorded a 2.29 ERA with 59 strikeouts. In his final season - 2012 - he went 1-2 with a 6.26 ERA over 41.2 innings for the Bees, striking out 38.

While at Boston College, Meyer compiled a 4.38 ERA while recording 83 strikeouts. As a junior, he led the Eagles in appearances with 28, making four starts, registering a 2-2 record. He recorded one save and allowed just 12 extra-base hits - 10 were doubles - out of 50 allowed. In his second year at the Heights, he made six appearances including four starts, finished the season with a 2-1 record and allowed only four extra-base hits - all doubles - in 22.0 innings. As a freshman, Meyer appeared in six games, hurling 8.2 innings. He made his collegiate debut against La Salle on March 2, 2004, striking out all three batters he faced.

Meyer is finishing his bachelor's degree in sociology. He and his wife, Lindsay, are currently living in Norton, Mass.

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