- Appeared in 21 games, making four starts.
- Batted .250 with 7 hits in 28 at bats.
- Doubled in first at bat of the season vs. The Citadel.
- Homered the following day vs. The Citadel.
- Made starts against New Mexico and San Diego State.
- Recorded 22 putouts and two assists, fielding a perfect 1.000.
- Appeared in 14 games as a reserve catcher.
- Recorded one hit in 10 at bats.
- Made collegiate debut vs. Michigan.
- First-career at bat came against Navy.
- First-career hit was against UNLV.
- Was hit by a pitch against Fresno State.
- Recorded seven putouts.
HIGH SCHOOL (Jesuit):Second-team all-league and All-Metro, most outstanding team player as a junior...Optimist Team (senior all-star game) as a senior...most inspirational on the team as a senior...batted .362 with a .477 on-base percentage as a senior...high school baseball coach was Joe Potulny...played summer ball for the EDH Vipers, coached by Dan Sozzi...maintained a 4.0 GPA every semester...earned scholar-athlete award at graduation.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 18...son of Richard and Camella Hanlin...has a younger brother...father played collegiately at Cal State San Bernardino and professionally for the Seattle Mariners Class A team as an outfielder...favorite food is sushi...favorite book is Lance Armstrong: It's not about the bike, its about my journey back to life...favorite TV show is Tosh.0...favorite movie is Never Back Down...person in history he'd most like to meet is Will Ferrell as a child to if he was still funny...something not many people know about him is that he likes country music...credits his dad as having the biggest influence on his sports career...enjoys wakeboarding and jet skiing when away from baseball...favorite non-tradition sporting event to watch on TV is wakeboarding and water polo...
Why I came to the Academy: "I wanted to challenge myself. I feel that the Academy is the best way to reach my goals and become the man I want to be."
Hanlin Career Stats