K.J. Randhawa
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    K.J. Randhawa

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Fairfield, CA

    High School:
    Vacaville Christian

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 165

    Position:
    IF

    Birthdate:
    03/28/1987

    Bats/Throws::
    L/R

    06/09/2010

    Air Force vs. BYU - May 22, 2010

    Air Force vs. BYU - May 22, 2010

    04/30/2010

    Air Force vs. New Mexico - April 25, 2010

    Air Force vs. New Mexico - April 25, 2010

    04/27/2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 20, 2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 20, 2010

    04/13/2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 6, 2010

    Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 6, 2010

    04/01/2010

    Air Force vs. Colorado Christian - March 30, 2010

    Air Force vs. Colorado Christian - March 30, 2010

    K.J. Randhawa Career Stats in PDF Format

    Senior (2010): Second year team captain.

    Junior (2009): Team co-captain started and played 39 games...batted .285 with 33 runs, 10 doubles and 22 RBIs...also drew 20 walks and had a .406 on-base percentage...led team with 120 assists...missed 12 games to a broken finger...played final 24 games of season with the broken finger...one of two players on the team to draw more walks than strikouts...led team with eight hit by pitches...turned 23 double plays...tied for team-lead with four stolen bases in MWC play...played summer ball for the Alexandria Beetles, batting .245 with .377 OBP in 17 games.

    Sophomore (2008): Played and started in 50 games ... batted .289 with 30 runs and 50 base hits ... ranked third in the conference and led team with 10 sacrifice bunts ... ranked fifth in the conference with a team-leading 162 assists ... fielded .954, improving on .934 percentage as a freshman ... also drove in 24 runs and stole four bases ... turned 36 double-plays, ranking 11th in the MWC ... ranked ninth in MWC with nine hit-by-pitches ... had a season-long 11 game hitting streak ... earned Falcon Award at team's postseason awards banquet.

    Freshman (2007): Played in 48 games, starting 45 ... started 44 games at shortstop, once at second ... finished third on the team in hitting ... fourth with 23 runs scored ... stole four bases ... led the team and finished fifth in the MWC with 151 assists ... hit safely in 17 of his last 21 games, which included a 11-game hitting streak ... drew 17 walks and led team with five sacrifice bunts ... had 30 hits in 74 at bats in MWC play ... also had a .488 on-base percentange in conference play.

    Vacaville Christian HS (Vacaville, Calif.): Lettered four years in baseball and three years in basketball...three-time first-team all-conference selection at shortstop...two-time team captain in baseball and once in basketball...team MVP all four years...conference MVP...batted .420 as a senior and .382 as a junior ... played American Legion summer ball for B & L Properties, coached by Brad Hanson...led Vacaville Christian to league title as a sophomore...led legion team to area title...high school baseball coach was Mike Lindsay...National Honor Society member...on principal's honor roll.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 18, the Nightriders ... on the Commandant's list ... was the Superintendant for Prep School Basic training this past summer ... also played summer ball for the Sacramento (Calif.) Legends in the Nor-Cal Semi Pro Collegiate League this past summer and batted .290 to go with .421 OBP ... hobbies are playing baseball and basketball and writing ... attended the USAFA Prep School and played baseball ... favorite player is Derek Jeter ... favorite MLB team is the San Francisco Giants ... credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... has an older brother Manjinder (25) ... son of Paul and Gurdev Randhawa.

    Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to challenge myself in every aspect, and be a part of something great. Being able to attend an institution such as this and play Division I baseball is a tremendous opportunity that I am very thankful for."

    RANDHAWA CAREER STATISTICS

    Year avggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
    2007.... .280 48-45 150 23 42 3 0 0 8 45 .300 17 3 22 2 .365 0 5 4-7 75 151 21 .915
    2008.... .289 50-50 190 30 55 6 2 0 24 65 .342 13 9 24 5 .356 4 10 4-8 64 162 11 .954
    2009.... .285 39-39 137 33 39 10 0 1 22 52 .380 20 8 19 3 .406 0 0 4-5 51 120 19 .900
    TOTAL... .285 137-134 477 86 136 19 2 1 54 162 .340 50 20 65 10 .374 4 15 12-20 190 433 51 .924

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