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    30  Jake Fincher
    Jake Fincher

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Charlotte, N.C.

    High School:
    Providence HS

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 173

    Position:
    OF

    B/T:
    R/R


    CAREER HIGHS ENTERING 2014
    3 runs (4x)
    4 hits vs. Clemson, 3/10/13
    3 RBIs (2x)
    1 double (16x)
    2 triples vs. Duke, 4/27/12 (tied NC State single-game record)
    1 HR vs. Florida, 6/10/12
    3 BBs vs. Youngstown St., 2/18/12
    2 SBs (5x)

    CAREER TIMELINE
    As a sophomore (2013)
    - Earned the #1 spot on SportsCenter's Top 10 for a diving grab in the right field corner in NC State's regional opener against Binghamton on May 31
    - Hit a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth of the Pack's Super Regional opening 5-4 win over Rice
    - Went 22-for-50 (.440) when leading off an inning
    - Had a 22-game reached base streak snapped at Virginia
    - Reached base in 62 of 66 games, led the team with 27 multiple hit outings
    - Played right field exclusively after the return of center fielder Brett Williams, expected to return to center in 2014

    As a freshman (2012)
    - Hit .300 with seven doubles, six triples, and hit his first collegiate home run in game two of the Gainesville Super Regional
    - Second on the team in stolen bases (16)
    - Finished 34th in the NCAA, tied for sixth in NC State history (freshman record) with six triples
    - Replaced injured center fielder Brett Williams in the Pack's opener, scoring eight runs and drawing five walks over his first 10 collegiate games
    - Tripled against George Mason for his first career hit, driving in a run
    - Went 6-for-12 in the Wolfpack's series at top-ranked Florida State

    High school
    - Batted .466 with five home runs and 40 RBIs as a senior in 2011
    - Named honorable-mention high school All-America by Collegiate Baseball magazine
    - A three-time first-team all-conference selection in the Southwest 4-A Conference
    - Helped lead Providence to a 23-2 record
    - Named first-team all-state by the NCBCA as a junior in 2010
    - Batted .500 with eight home runs and 32 RBIs as a junior
    - Was a teammate at Providence with fellow Wolfpack signee Brett Austin

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