|2013||Did Not Play|
Updated: July 24, 2012
2012: Made five starts – three in right, one in left and one as DH – and played in 22 games total … Posted two multi-hit games and had a two-game hitting streak … Batted .216 with eight hits, scored six runs and drove in four … Drew three walks and had a .293 on-base percentage … As a pinch hitter, had two RBI singles, and scored three times as a pinch runner (tied for most) … Registered a hit in first collegiate game, a single versus Bradley (2/18) ... Scored a run in first game against Yale (3/3) and had an RBI single in the fourth contest (3/4) ... Registered a two-hit game with an RBI off the bench against Wagner (3/14) ... At James Madison (3/27), had a pair of hits and scored a run ... Singled and scored a run and drove another one in against Wofford (4/3) ... Earned a pair of starts in the Boston College series (4/6-7) in right field ... As a pinch runner, scored the game-winning run in the 10th frame against Coastal Carolina (4/17) ... Scored for the third time as a pinch runner, an insurance run in the eighth against Maryland (4/29) ... Hit an RBI pinch-hit single against VMI (5/2) and later walked a scored a run.
High School: Played for Coach Mike McGuire at Farmington and earned three varsity letters … Earned a number of selections, including Rawlings preseason All-American honorable mention and Northeast Region First Team … Batted .474 as a senior with 36 hits (11 doubles, three triples, two home runs) and had a .776 slugging percentage and scored 29 runs … Helped his team to the state championship game in 2011 … Named all-state, all-conference and a Top 10 New England player with his efforts … For Team Connecticut, was the MVP and won two Golden Bat Awards.
Personal: Carson Gentry Helms … Born 5/8/93 in Hartford, Conn. … Son of James Helms and Lois and Mike McGuire … Enrolled in university studies.