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Casey Maack
Casey  Maack


Plano, Texas

Last College:
Eastfield CC

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190



Named to the Dean’s List for the 2017 Fall semester.

2017 (R-Jr.): Appeared in 50 games, including 18 starts (eight in outfield, eight at second base, two at third base)…Hit .253 with 21 runs scored and 14 RBI…Hit four home runs, including two versus Xavier (3/11, G2)…Added Five multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games…Drove in career-high four runs with career-best three hits, twice, coming against Evansville (2/26) and Columbia (3/15)…Tallied six multi-run games including career-high three runs versus Columbia (3/15)…Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Spring 2017 semester and named to 2016 fall semester Dean’s List…Played for the Texas Marshals in the Texas Collegiate League over the summer…Hit .278 (34x125) with seven doubles, two triples, four home runs and 29 RBI…Made the TCL All-Star game and Home Run Derby competition, finishing second…Had most overall total of 10, but lost in the championship round 2-1…Had two homer, six-RBI contest with the second blast, a walk-off grand slam in the ninth.

Junior College: Played for Coach Michael Martin…Played in Texas Junior College All-Star Game, New Mexico Junior College All-Star Game…2016 (R-So.): Appeared in 53 games, hitting .363…Scored 48 runs with 44 RBIs…Hit 12 doubles, four triples, four home runs…2105 (R-Fr.): Hit .441, with a team-high 59 runs and 59 RBIs (fourth nationally)…Hit 18 doubles, 12 home runs and stole 15 bases…2014 (Fr.): Sat out season while recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Prep: Played for his father, Coach Mike Maack…Four-year baseball letterman…As a senior, hit .330 with nine home runs and 20 steals…First-team All-District.

Personal: Son of Mike and Leigh Ann Maack…Father played at Tulane and in Minnesota Twins organization; was head coach at Tennessee Tech University, pitching coach at University of Central Florida, University of Tennessee…Mother was a tennis standout…Grandfather, Glenn Rowden, played infield for New York Yankees; uncle Wade Rowden played for the Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs…Majoring in sports management with minor in liberal arts.

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