Junior (2011): Played in 54 games, making 51 starts at second base...batted .276...10 sac bunts ranked third in the conference and tied for second-most in a season at AFA...third on team with 54 hits...second on team with six stolen bases...scored 22 runs and drove in 22 runs...led Falcon middle infielders with .959 fielding percentage...led team with 133 assists, which ranked ninth in the conference...had four hits in a game against Portland and San Diego State...had six assists against Texas State and Northern Colorado.
Sophomore (2010): Played in 44 games, starting 40...batted .321 with 48 runs scored and 20 RBIs...led team with .441 on-base percentage...second on team with 27 walks...had 51 hits...fourth on team with three triples...second on team with six sac bunts...stole six bases in eight attempts...started 37 games at second and batted leadoff in 29 games...scored six runs in a game vs. Colorado Christian, which is the third-most in a game in Academy history...second on team and eight in the conference with eight hit-by-pitches...started all 23 conference games...spent the summer playing summer ball for the Alexandria Beetles in the Northwoods League...was leading the NWL in steals when his three weeks with team were up.
Freshman (2009): Played in 42 games, starting 38...led all Falcon freshmen and was fourth on the team with a .303 batting average...sixth on the team with 44 hits...added 29 runs and 11 RBIs...fifth on team with seven stolen bases...third on the team with 76 assists...started 22 games at third and 16 at second...made debut vs. Colorado Christian...first-career hits came against Southern Utah...first-career homer was against Northern Colorado...had a career-high four hits vs. Utah Valley...scored three runs in a game vs. UNLV...fourth on the team with 14 mult-hit games.
Chapparal HS (Parker, Colo.): Lettered two years in baseball...two-time All-Continental League selection... helped lead Chaparral to District 7 title as a senior... two-time First-Team Academic All-Colorado...captain of the Chaparral Fellowship of Christian Athletes...high school baseball coaches were Steve Eaton and Tony Persichina...played summer ball for the Colorado Khaos, coached by Scott Horman and Jason Livernois...also played for the Colorado Rockies Scout Team in the fall coached by Daven Bond and Brett Williamson.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 31...favorite TV show is Baseball Tonight...favorite movie's are Good Will Hunting and Pulp Fiction...credits his family and high school baseball coaches as having the biggest influence on his sports career...has a younger brother, Kyle...son of Rusty and Kathy Roberts.
Getting to know Blair:
Greatest moment in sports: Beating TCU twice in 2010.
Hobbies: Skiing and snowboarding.
Person in history you'd like to meet and why: I would like to meet Ted Williams so I could pick his brain on his life and baseball.
Favorite athlete and why: Troy Tulowitzki and Ian Kinsler because of the way they play the game.
If you could be on any reality TV show, what would it be? The Amazing Race so I could travel the world
What do you have on your iPod? Reggae
How did you spend your summer? I played baseball in Minnesota for three weeks, Taught Combat Survival Training, and went on Operations Air Force to Robins AFB, GA.
Favorite quote: "This is a very simple game. You throw the ball, you catch the ball, you hit the ball. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains."-Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) in Bull Durham.