Falcons drop game one 9-4 and game two 8-5.
White strikes out six in eight innings pitched.
Falcons to play five games in six days.
Baska launches two home runs and Saleck adds a third for Falcons.
Bast leads Falcons with three hits; White goes 6.1 innings.
Notable (Ranks as of 2016):
- 211 career games played ranks second all-time at Air Force .
Also ranks in Air Force Top 10 in:
- at bats (4th - 767)
- hits (8th - 225)
- doubles (T9th - 52)
- 2016 College Sports Madness Mountain West Preseason All-Conference (second team outfielder)
- 2015 Mountain West All-Conference (second team outfielder)
- 2015 College Sports Madness Mountain West Preseason All-Conference (second team outfielder)
- Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week - April 21, 2014
- Mountain West Player of the Week - April 21, 2014
- Air Force Athletics Athlete of the Week - April 21, 2014
- College Sports Madness MW Player of the Week - April 22, 2014
- 2015 MW All-Conference (second team OF)
- Played in and started 51 games in right field.
- Led team with four triples and 28 walks.
- Second on the team in hits (64) and doubles (17).
- Third on team in average (.314), at bats (204) and RBIs (35).
- Ranked sixth in the conference in doubles and third in triples.
- Tied a school record with four doubles in a game against Northern Colorado.
- Second on team with 19 multi-hit and 12 multi-RBI games.
- Had an 18 game reached base streak, which was the longest on the team.
- Batted second in the lineup 46 times.
- Batted .352 in conference play, ranking second on the team.
- Homered against Jacksonville State.
- Played in 54 games, making 51 starts.
- Ranked third on the team with a .269 batting average and 53 hits and 10 doubles.
- Tied for team-lead with two triples.
- Fourth with 26 runs scored.
- Earned four weekly player of the week honors:
(Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week, Mountain West POW, Air Force Athletics Athlete of the Week and College Sports Madness MW POW) on April 21 and 22 by batting .667 (10-for-15) with seven runs scored in wins over Adams State and UNLV.
- Raised batting average 72 points (from .197 to .269) over last 19 games with 10 multi-hit games over that span.
- Had a career-high four hits with three runs, two doubles and three runs in a win over UNLV.
- Homered against Northern Colorado.
- Batted leadoff in 39 games.
- Started 35 games in right field, eight as a designated hitter, seven at second and one at first.
Played for Marysville Gold Sox in the Horizon Air Summer Series.
- Appeared in 49 games, making 31 starts.
- Started 12 games at second, 10 at third, eight in right field and one in left.
- Batted .248 with 33 hits, 20 runs scored, 19 RBIs and nine doubles
- Fourth on team with 61 assists.
- Fecorded a base hit in first-career at bat vs. UTSA.
- Went 4-for-4 with two runs scored vs. New Mexico.
- Had two doubles in a game vs. Northern Colorado and San Diego State
- Batted .282 in conference play.
- Had a seven-game hitting streak, ranking fifth-best on the team.
- Also had a 11-game reached base streak.
HIGH SCHOOL (Columbus):Lettered three years in baseball and two in basketball...was part of three state champion teams at Columbus..All Bi-City...Georgia Top100...Team Georgia Player...The Australia Goodwill Games Team MVP...Brent Schoening Memorial Scholarship recipient...National Spanish Honors Society member, Beta Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, Baseball Athletic & Academic Award...high school baseball coach was Bobby Howard...played summer ball for the Atlanta Baseball Academy, coached by Dave Stephenson and Doc Fowlkes.
PERSONAL:Has a younger sister...nickname is Spence...favorite TV shows are Baseball Tonight and Pawn Stars...favorite movie is Top Gun...person in history he'd like to meet is Jim Abbott...something most people don't know about him is that he likes to play Hockey...credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career...most noteworthy thing about his hometown is that the formula for Coca-Cola was invented there...enjoys golf, swimming and hanging out with friends when away from baseball...son of Kevin and Judy Draws.
Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to better myself as a person and to develop leadership skills and to protect and serve our great country."