Drew Dargen
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Drew  Dargen

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Edmond, Okla.

High School:
Edmond North

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 215

Position:
INF/OF

B/T:
R/R


2005 (junior): Appeared in 31 games, starting 16 ... Batted .266 in 64 at-bats ... Eight of his 17 hits were doubles ... Recorded six outfield assists ... Named BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Drove in two runs and had two hits in the win over Yale ... Went 2-4, including a double with two RBI in the win over Coppin State ... Notched two RBI on two hits and scored a run in a win at Boston College.

2004 (sophomore): Saw action in 32 games while starting 25 ... Scored 13 runs while adding 15 RBI ... Was a perfect 3-3 in stolen base attempts ... Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

2003 (freshman): Hit .243 with three doubles and seven RBI in 70 at-bats ... Posted a .910 fielding percentage.

Prior to Georgetown: Earned three letters for Coach Rick Nordyke at Edmond North ... A two-time All-Edmond First Teamer (2001, 2002) ... Named Oklahoma All-State Honorable mention (2001-02) ... Earned Oklahoma North/South All Star (2002) ... Named Edmond Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Earned the Certificate of Distinction ... Double Major: Management/Marketing ... Born: 9/26/1983.

Dargen's Career Stats

Yr.GP/GSAVGABRH2B 3BHR RBISLG OBPSB-A
200324/16.243707173 00 7.286 .2840-1
200432/25.2679013244 11 15.367 .3873-3
200531/16.266645178 00 8.391 .3331-3
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Schedules

May 19
L, 5-3 (7)
Seton Hall 7 innings
Baltimore, Md. (Johns Hopkins)
May 19
L, 12-1
Seton Hall
Baltimore, Md. (Johns Hopkins)
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