Blue Jays Top Zurich Padres to Claim Swiss Tournament Title
Blue Jay Middle Infielders Honored by ABCA, D3baseball.com
Blue Jays Slip to Consolation Bracket With Three-Run Loss
Blue Jays Play Wooster in Opening Game of Mideast Regional
Reynolds, Shah Earn First Team, Burns & Weaver Second Team
2017: D3Baseball.com Second Team All-America • D3Baseball.com Regional Player of the Year • D3Baseball.com First Team All-Region • ABCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team • Centennial Conference Player of the Year • First Team All-Centennial Conference • appeared in 43 games, making 42 starts, including 39 at shortstop • batted .366 with 56 hits, including a team-leading 17 doubles, two triples and nine home runs • led the Centennial Conference in walks (43), runs (58) and on-base percentage (.527) • his 43 walks are the most in a single-season in JHU history • his 58 runs are the eighth-most in a single season • reached base in 36-consecutive games to close out the season • finished his career with the Hopkins walks record (112) and at bats (623) • ranks second in career runs (192), third in career hits (226) snf third in total bases (349) • led the team with eight three-hit games on the season • homered twice against McDaniel (4/9) and Haverford (4/15) • worked three walks in four games, including in back-to-back games against F&M (4/21) and at Ursinus (4/23) • batted in four on two occasions, in a 3-for-4 game against McDaniel (4/9) and against Gettysburg in the Centennial Tournament (5/4) • recorded four runs in two games, against McDaniel (4/9) and at F&M (4/18).
2016: Selected to the All-Conference First Team to become the eighth three-time All-Centennial Conference player for the Blue Jays • started all 45 games for the Blue Jays at shortstop • hit .343 on the season with 58 hits in 169 at-bats • tallied five home runs, a team-leading three triples and 13 doubles on the season• batted in 27 RBIs and scored 52 runs on the season • led the Blue Jays in on base percentage (.462), stolen bases (15) and assists (157) • recorded a season-high five RBIs off two home runs against Swarthmore (4/16) • batted in three batters on three occasions: against New Paltz (2/28), vs. Plymouth State (3/16) and at McDaniel (4/15).
2015: First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • Centennial Conference Tournament MVP • Second Team All-Centennial Conference • played in and started all 44 games • scored 55 runs to lead the team • finished second on the team in batting average (.388) and hits (69), while tying for the team lead with four home runs • also proved to be a threat on the basepaths, stealing a team-best 21 bases in 22 tries • was 5-for-5 with five runs scored at Swarthmore (4/11) • collected four hits against Keystone (3/17) and in the NCAA Regional against PSU-Berks (5/15) • was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and a career-high six RBIs in the Centennial Conference Championship against Franklin & Marshall (5/3) • recorded 21 multi-hit games and hit safely in 33 games • put together an 11-game hitting streak during the second half of conference play through the Centennial Conference tournament.
2014: Second Team All-Centennial Conference • Appeared in 35 games, making 34 starts at shortstop • made his collegiate debut, first start, and recorded his first hit against Rivier (3/8) • went 4-for-5 with a double, triple and 2 RBIs against Fredonia State (3/17) • hit his first career home run against Washington College (4/22) • averaged .350 at the plate and scored 27 runs on the season • recorded 18 RBIs on the year.
High School: Named First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Metro as a senior • named to Brooks Robinson MD High School All-Star Game as a senior • batted .444 with a .548 on-base percentage and 48 hits, including five home runs, as a senior • made First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Metro as a junior • batted .360 as a sophomore • also participated in indoor track and field.
Personal: Conor Reynolds • son of Patrick and Stasia Reynolds • volunteered for Habitat for Humanity in high school • majoring in mechanical engineering.