NC State defeats Vanderbilt to advance to the NCAA Super Regional.
CAREER HIGHS ENTERING 2014 2 runs (10x) 3 hits (3x) 4 RBIs vs. Virginia Tech, 4/6/13 2 doubles vs. Duke, 4/29/12 1 HR vs. Virginia, 4/1/12 2 BB vs. Miami, 5/24/13 1 SB (13x)
CAREER TIMELINE As a sophomore (2013) - Went 23-for-69 (.333 BA, 12 R, 8 RBI, 7 BB, 4 SB) in his last 19 games, second highest average on the team during that stretch. Had a hit in 16 of last 19. Batted .500 during the Raleigh Regional - Hit a leadoff single in the bottom of the ninth against Davidson and scored the winning run tagging from third after stealing second and advancing to third on a wild pitch. - Hit a three-RBI triple to spark the Pack's comeback win over Virginia Tech on April 6. - Suffered a broken hand on opening day, returned in a limited capacity on March 9. Bunted during the entire Clemson series before returning to full strength on March 12.
As a freshman (2012) - Started 39 of 53 games, hitting .261 with 11 doubles and 21 RBIs - The Pack's toughest batter to strike out, following 18 Ks in 142 at-bats in 2012 - Hit .357 (5-for-14) with three doubles and four runs over five games in the Raleigh Regional - First collegiate home run jumpstarted the Wolfpack's comeback effort on April 1 against Virginia, a fifth-inning solo shot to left
High school - Batted .506 with 11 doubles, eight home runs, 38 runs scored, 32 RBIs, a .954 slugging percentage and 14 steals in 14 attempts - Set school single-season records for batting, slugging (.954), doubles and sacrifices (11) - Set school career records for games (116), hits (136), doubles (33), home runs (13), walks (52), HBP (19) and runs scored (110) - Named 2011 high school All-America by Collegiate Baseball magazine - Named 2011 conference player of the year in the Southwest 4-A Conference - Led Ardrey Kell to 24-5 record - Helped lead Ardrey Kell to the North Carolina 4-A state championship in 2009 and 2010 - Batted .405 with six home runs and 32 RBIs as a junior in 2010 - Finished fourth in his conference with six home runs - Named first-team all-conference in the Southwestern 4-A Conference - Made second-team All-Observer Team by The Charlotte Observer
Personal - Younger brother of East Carolina baseball player Jonathan Ratledge