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Reed Seeley
Reed  Seeley

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baytown, Texas

High School:
Robert E. Lee HS

Last College:
Howard College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Position:
INF

Birthdate:
12/17/1992

Experience:
1L

B-T:
R-R

2015 Preseason All-Southland Conference Second Team
2014 All-Southland Third Team

2014 
• Third-team All-Southland Conference vote
• one of only three players to start or play in every game, all at third base
• tie for the team lead with eight hit by pitches
•second on the team in walks (42), sacrifice bunts (5) and total plate appearances (269)
• hit from the second spot in 36 games and the third spot in seven
• 14 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games
• nine contests of 2 or more runs and four of three or more
• tied for the season-high with four runs scored against Abilene Christian on two hits and three runs knocked in
• team’s second longest hit (17) and reached base streak (24)
• finished the season with a 15-game reached base streak
• four-hit contest against Nicholls and knocked in two runs with one scored
• knocked in three scores with no hits against LIU-Brooklyn
• four runs pushed across against Rice on two hits and scored none
• scored three runs on three hits on Feb. 23 against LIU-Brooklyn. 


Prior to Lamar
• Played for coach Britt Smith 
• Hit .340 with 56 scores, 12 doubles and four home runs as a sophomore 
• Also walked 49 times to put up an on-base percentage of .476 
• Stole 27 bases.

Personal
• Born Reed Ritchie Seeley on December 17, 1992 in Baytown, Texas 
• Son of Daniel and April Seeley.

03/01/2015

Cardinals swept by Texas-Pan American

Broncs use big inning for third-straight game to take down Cardinals

02/28/2015

Cardinals drop series to Texas-Pan American

Broncs use rally inning again to get past Lamar, 11-8

02/21/2015

Cardinals sweep four-game set with Manhattan

Lamar scores 23 combined runs to take two games, sweep series

02/20/2015

Lamar sweeps doubleheader over Manhattan

Offense scorched in game one, pitching dominated game two

02/15/2015

Cardinals fall to Illinois, 9-3

Lamar finishes Cardinal Classic with 2-2 record

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