Updated: May 28, 2015
2015: Came off the bench to play in 18 games, mostly as a defensive replacement in the middle infield … Had a season long two-game reached base streak … Batted .222 with two hits in nine at-bats, which included a double for a .333 slugging percentage … Scored two runs and drew a pair of walks to post a .364 on-base percentage … Was also 1-for-1 stolen base attempts.
2014: Started all 17 games in which he played with 16 starts at shortstop and one at third … Had three multi-hit games, including one three-hit game, one multi-RBI game, a three-RBI contest, and three multi-run scoring games … Batted .226 with 12 hits, including four doubles and a home run, for 19 total bases and a .358 slugging percentage … Scored nine runs and knocked in eight more … Drew four walks and was hit by a pitch twice for a .305 on-base percentage.
2013: Made 21 starts – 20 at second and one at third – and played in 39 games total … Had five multi-hit games, including two three-hit contests, one multi-RBI game and two multi-run scoring games … Batted .247 with 20 hits, including two doubles, for 22 total bases and a .272 slugging percentage … Scored nine runs and knocked in six more … Drew four walks and was hit by a pitch once for a .291 on-base percentage … Was 1-of-1 on stolen base attempts.
High School: Earned varsity letters for three years while playing for Coach Rich Andriole at Cathedral … In four-year career with the Irish, helped lead the team to a 104-9 overall record, three city championships and two state title game appearances as a middle infielder … Named a MaxPrep preseason first team all-state in 2012 and was the No. 1 ranked shortstop in Indiana by Prep Baseball Report … In senior season, he was named to the Indianapolis Star’s Super Team roster after batting .308 with eight doubles, two home runs, 18 RBIs and posting a .491 on-base percentage … As a junior, his numbers included a .350 average with nine doubles, six home runs and 27 RBIs … Earned three varsity letters playing guard for the Irish’s basketball team and Coach Scott Hicks, winning two city titles.
Personal: Matthew Steven Dauby … Born November 20, 1993 in Indianapolis, Indiana … Son of Steve and Barb Dauby … Siblings include sisters Stephanie, Amanda and Samantha, and brother Blake … Majoring in business.