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Trey Sutton
Trey  Sutton


Hattiesburg, Miss.

High School:
West Jones HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180




2007 NCBWA All-American * 2007 Academic All- American * Three-Time All-Conference USA * 2008 Preseason All-Conference USA * 2007 Preseason All-Conference USA *

Enjoyed three productive seasons for the Golden Eagles ... Earned third-team NCBWA All-American honors ... Earned All-Conference USA honors for the third consecutive year ... Returns to claim his starting position at first base after playing second base during his freshman campaign ... Suffered a season ending knee injury at the end of last season ... Adds offense from the left side, and defense from first base to the Golden Eagles' lineup ... Aggressive hitter who can be patient at the plate as well ... Plays the game at a high level ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American ... Dean's List ... Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... 2007 (Jr.): led the Golden Eagles in almost every offensive category including batting average (.368), runs (69), hits (88), doubles (18), triples (3) and on base percentage (.459) ... In Conference USA he was first in runs scored, second in on base percentage and batting average, third in total bases, fourth in hits and slugging percentage, fifth in doubles and seventh in triples ... Ended the season on a 21 game hit streak ... hit safely in 46 of 57 games played ... had multiple hits in 30 different games, including eight games with three hits ... Recorded four hits at LSU (3/10) ... Scored runs in 40 different games, including 22 games with at least two runs scored ... scored four runs at LSU (3/10) ... Had an RBI in 24 different games including 10 multiple RBI games and four at LSU (3/10) and at Central Florida (4/8) ... Had four games with a pair of doubles vs. Georgia Southern (2/23), vs. Indiana (2/24), at LSU (3/10) and vs. UAB (4/22) ... Hit two home runs at Central Florida (4/8) ... Collected 35 walks on the season, which was third on the team ... 2006 (So.): Played in 57 games and started 56 ... Missed several games due to ankle injury ... Finished with a team-high .375 batting average with 14 doubles (second on the team), two triples, four home runs and 32 RBIs ... Had a .427 on-base percentage, collected 120 total bases for a .500 slugging percentage ... Fielding percentage of .956, finishing with 124 putouts, 135 assists and 12 errors ... Part of 37 double plays that were turned ... Had a team-high and season-best hitting streak of 18 games (Feb. 26 - March 31) ... Ranked No. 3 in Conference USA in batting average and No. 7 in hits ... Collected 31 multiple-hit games (21 games with two hits, 10 with three), second on the team, six multiple-RBI games (five games with two RBIs, one with three), 14 multiple-run games (12 with two runs, two with three) and four multiple-walk games (one with three walks, three with two) ... Hit .394 in C-USA games with seven doubles, one triple, two home runs and 14 RBIs ... Batted .538 (7/13) in the UCF series (5/18-20) with a triple, two walks and four RBIs ... Hit .500 (7/14) in the C-USA Tournament (5/24-26) with two doubles and two RBIs ... Finished with a .313 (5/16) in the NCAA Regional Tournament with a triple and two RBIs ... Went 5-for-10 with a double, a home run, two runs scored and five RBIs in the Mississippi State series (4/25-26) ... Finished with a .364 (4-for-11) batting average in the Troy series (3/17-19) with one double and two RBIs ... Hit .500 (6/12) with a double, three walks and two RBIs in the UAB series (3/24-26) ... Posted a .467 (7/15) batting average in the Houston series (4/14-16) with three doubles, two home runs and three RBIs ... Notched three hits in five at bats with a double and an RBI against Stetson (2/18) ... Registered three hits, including two doubles, a home run, three runs scored and an RBI in the first game of the Houston series (4/14) ... Tallied three hits, including a double and two RBIs in game one against Mississippi State (4/25) and followed that with two hits, a home run and three RBIs in the second game (4/26) ... Had three hits with a triple and two RBIs in the third game of the UCF series (5/20) ... Garnered two hits, including a double, two walks and an RBI in the series opener at UAB (3/24) ... Finished with three hits and an RBI in game one of the NCAA Regional against Troy (6/2) and had two hits and an RBI in the second game against Troy (6/4) ... Posted two hits with a double, two runs scored and an RBI in the series finale of the Rice series (4/22) ... Had two hits in each of the second and third games of the Illinois State series (3/4-5) ... 2005 (Fr.): Started 61 games at second base ... Finished third on the team, hitting .346 with 15 doubles, four triples, six home runs and 41 RBIs ... Was hit by pitch 14 times, No. 1 on the team and tied for third on the school's singleseason chart ... No. 2 on the team in walks with 31 and No. 3 in stolen bases with 11 ... Registered 132 total bases for a slugging percentage of .502 and had an on-base percentage of .442 ... Had a fielding percentage of .966 with 133 putouts and 178 assists in 322 chances ... Finished with 28 multiple-hit games (17 with two, nine with three, one with four, one with five or more) and 12 multiple-RBI games (eight with two, four with three) ... In Conference USA statistics, he finished No. 4 in runs scored, No. 5 in hits and defensive fielding assists, tied for No. 6 in triples, No. 9 in fielding defensive double plays and No.10 in on-base percentage and total bases ... Season-high three RBIs in several games ... Seasonhigh four runs scored in the first game of the East Carolina series (4/8) ... Season-high three walks in game three of the Tulane series (4/24) ... Hit .304 in Conference USA games with four doubles, one triple, four home runs and 22 RBIs ... Had 20 walks, a .424 on-base percentage and a .448 slugging percentage ... Hit .357 (5/14) with a double, a home run, two RBIs and nine total bases (.643 slug) in the Memphis series (4/1-3) ... Went 6-for-13 in the Saint Louis series (4/15-17) with a home run and five RBIs ... Hit .500 (4/8) with a home run, two walks, three hit by pitch and three RBIs in the UAB series (5/6-8) ... Batted .389 (7/18) with two doubles, two walks and an RBI in the Conference USA Tournament (5/25-28) ... Went 7-for-15 (.467) in the Arkansas State series (3/11-13) with two home runs, six RBIs, 13 total bases (.867 slug) and a .500 on-base percentage ... Prep: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Wade Clark at West Jones High School ... Also lettered at Presbyterian Christian High School ... A three-time 4-A All-State selection ... A three-time first-team all-district selection ... Selected district player of the year as a senior ... Named district defensive player of the Year as a junior ... Team most valuable player as a sophomore ... Hit .494 with 12 doubles, three triples, a home run, 37 runs scored, 21 RBIs and 13 stolen bases as a senior ... Helped West Jones finish 24-9 as a senior and advance to the South State finals ... Selected to the Mississippi Crossroads Diamond Club All-Star Game ... Posted a .417 batting average as a junior, including 15 doubles, three home runs, 17 stolen bases, 35 runs scored and 24 RBI's ... Helped lead West Jones to the district championship as a junior ... For his career, he hit .446 with 27 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 72 runs scored, 45 RBIs and 30 stolen bases ... 1999 team most valuable player at Presbyterian Christian ... Five-year letterwinner in soccer ... Two-time 4-A all-state goalie ... West Jones Student Council ... West Jones Beta Club ... West Jones Bible Club ... Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Honor Roll ... Personal: Son of Rick and Kathi Sutton ... Father played baseball at Mercer University and Belhaven College and mother played soccer at Belhaven ... Grandfather, Bill Sutton played basketball at Davidson University and Mercer University ... Majoring in business administration ... Enjoys playing ping pong in his spare time ... Born Dec. 29, 1985.

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