2017: CoSIDA Academic All-District II • Second Team All-Centennial Conference • Centennial Conference All-Academic • Led the Blue Jays with 45 starts, primarily in right field • hit .333 on the season with 61 hits in a team-high 183 at-bats • recorded 11 doubles and a triple • rounded home 45 times, the second-most on the team, and batted in 30, the fourth-most • led the team with five sacrifice flies • stole 12 bases and worked 21 walks, the second most on the team • recorded 20 multi-hit games on the season, the second-most on the team • reached base in 19-straight games, with the streak ending in the final game of the season.
2016: Named to the Centennial All-Academic Team • played in 44 games, making 43 starts in the outfield • hit .262 on the season with 42 hits in 160 at-bats • recorded 22 RBIs and scored 21 runs on the season • hit two home runs and eight doubles on the season • led the team with six sacrifice bunts on the season.
2015: Played in 16 games, all of which were starts • hit safely in 15 of 16 games • finished the season with 30 hits in 68 at bats (.441) • was 4-for-6 with five RBIs vs. Heidelberg (3/15) • collected three hits on three different occasions.
2014: Appeared in 20 games, making four starts at second base and one start in the outfield • made his collegiate debut and first start against Rivier (3/8) • recorded his first career hit against Oneonta (3/9) where he had a double and scored two runs • scored eight runs on the season.
High School: Named Athlete of the Year at College Preparatory High School and team MVP as a senior • made first team all-league as a senior • switch hitter who hit .462 from the right and .426 from the left as a senior • named team MVP and first team all-league as a junior • batted .517 from the right and .385 from the left as a junior • named Under Armour Pre-Season All-American as a sophomore • made first team all-league as a sophomore • batted .316 as a freshman.
Personal: Brian Lin • son of Al Lin and Xiaomei Xu • father, Al, played semi-professional baseball in China • brother, Kenneth, played baseball at Massachusetts Institute of Technology • major is undecided.