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Skyler Weber
Skyler  Weber

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Gainesville, Ga.

High School:
Gainesville

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 176

Position:
C/OF

Birthdate:
06/06/1995

Experience:
2L

Bats-Throws:
L-R

08/08/2016

Summer League Review Of The Bulldogs

Summer League Review Of The Bulldogs

07/18/2016

Midsummer Update On The Bulldogs

Midsummer Update On The Bulldogs

07/01/2016

King Joins Pro Ranks; Wrenn Crushing It

King Joins Pro Ranks; Wrenn Crushing It

06/28/2016

Summer Update, Curry Honored Again

Summer Update, Curry Honored Again

06/20/2016

Bulldog Baseball Announces Team Award Winners

Bulldog Baseball Announces Team Award Winners

UGA Career (2014-16): Batting .279 with 7 home runs, 81 RBI, 20 stolen bases in 154 games, 138 starts as either an outfielder or catcher...A .982 Fielding Percentage (392 putouts, 37 assists, 8 errors)

2016 (Junior): Started all 57 games with 42 in right field, 14 at catcher and one as a DH as team went 27-30 and advanced to the SEC Tournament
*Led the team in batting at .314 with a team-best 77 hits, 13 doubles and 13 stolen bases plus four home runs and 33 RBI
*Team-high 21 multiple-hit games and eight multiple-RBI games plus had a career-best 13-game hitting streak
*Batted in the leadoff spot 22 games including 10 when catching, and that was a first in the modern era of Georgia Baseball and the only catcher in the SEC to do it in 2016
*Tied career-high going 4-for-6 with two runs scored and an RBI in an 11-8 road win over No. 10 Miss. State
*Batted .429 (6-for-14) with five RBI in series win over No. 21 Alabama in March
*Hit .500 (6-for-12) with two doubles in road series against No. 6 Vanderbilt in April
*Batted .308 (4-for-13) with two home runs and 4 RBI in series versus No. 7 Ole Miss in May
*Registered 10 putouts in a game against Ga. Tech at Turner Field on May 17th, the most putouts by a Bulldog outfielder in more than 12 years

2015 (Sophomore):
Appeared in 52 games with 49 starts (46-RF, 3-LF)

*Batted .245 with seven doubles, three home runs and team-best 37 RBI

*Hit .417 (5-for-12) with five runs scored and five RBI in series win over Eastern Illinois to open the season

*Hit back-to-back home runs for the first two in his career in an 8-4 loss to Missouri on March 14

*Delivered ninth inning go-ahead sacrifice fly in 3-2 road win over Clemson on April 21

*Batted .308 (4-for-13) with four runs scored and one RBI in road series win over No. 7 South Carolina

*Tied his career high with a four hit, four RBI performance in a 12-3 road win over Kentucky on May 9

*Posted a career-best nine-game hitting streak during the season

2014 (Freshman): Appeared in 45 games with 32 starts (29-RF, 3-C) and hit .261-0-12 as the squad went 26-29-1 and advanced to the SEC Tournament

*Went 1-for-4 with 2 RBI in debut against Ga. Southern on Feb. 15

*Career day versus Western Kentucky on March 11, going 4-for-6 with four RBI

*Collected first career triple on March 29 in a win against #22 Texas A&M

*Went 3-for-3 against Kennesaw State at Coolray Field on April 22

*Ignited two-out, ninth-inning rally against #16 Miss. State on May 20 at the SEC Tournament with a pinch-hit single off All-American closer Jonathan Holder and scored the game-tying run

*Posted a 1.000 fielding percentage in 25 total chances at catcher, threw out 25 percent of base-stealers (1-for-4) and had one passed ball, fielded .935 as a right fielder in 62 total chances

High School: A graduate of Gainesville where he played for coach Jeremy Kemp

*Led the team in batting with a .443 average, went 21-for-21 in stolen base attempts plus hit four home runs with 30 RBI in 30 starts

*Named team captain and Defensive Player of the Year for the Red Elephants as a senior

*Earned 1st Team Coaches All-Region honors by the Gainesville Times, 1st Team All-Area, Georgia Dugout Club and 1st Team All-State plus named 2013 Rawlings 2nd Team All-Region in the Southeast

*Posted a .418 batting average with 15 home runs, 115 RBI and was 47-for-51 in stolen base attempts during prep career

*Batted .373 with three home runs and 34 RBI as a junior as the team went 32-2

*Named Defensive Player of the Year, First Team Coaches All-Region as a junior

*Batted a team-best .443-8-52 as a sophomore in earning MVP honors

*Named First Team Coaches All-Region and Gainesville Times Hitter of the Year

Personal: June 6, 1995

*Major: Sport Management

*Son of Monique and Richard Weber

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