- 5' 7
- 172 lbs.
- High School/Other
- Atlanta, Ga.
2011: Was one of three Hokies named the All-ACC Academic Team … Was one of just six Tech athletes to receive the All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year honor … One of two players to start all 55 games and finished his career with 149 consecutive starts, all at second base … Posted 18 multi-hit games, including five games with three and one with four … Also had 17 multi-run games, two with three and one with four, and five multi-RBI games, two with three and one with four … Had a nine-game hitting streak and reached base in 10 straight … Batted .303 (fourth on team) with 66 hits (third), including 20 doubles (first), three triples (fourth) and three home runs for 101 total bases (fourth) and a .463 slugging percentage (fourth) … Scored 53 runs (first) and drove in 32 (fourth) … Drew 21 walks (second), was hit by nine pitches (third) for a .376 on-base percentage (third) … Was 6-of-9 on stolen base attempts … Led the team with seven sacrifice flies which was tied for 25th in the nation … Finished tied for sixth in the ACC in doubles and, at the end of the regular season, was eighth in runs … In the nation, was 82nd in runs per game (0.96) and 61st in doubles pg (0.36) …Went 2-for-4 against Tennessee Tech (2/19) with a double, an RBI and a career-high tying three runs scored ... Also went 2-for-4 at Coastal Carolina (2/20) with a home run and two runs scored ... Had another double, RBI and two runs scored at USC Upstate (2/22) ... Drew a pair of walks, stole two bases, scored two runs and drove in two against Niagara (2/25) ... Scored two runs and drove in one versus Purple Eagles (2/26-G2) ... Had two hits, drove in two and scored two versus Liberty (3/2) ... In doubleheader versus Bryant (3/5) scored two runs in first game and had two hits in second ... Drove in three runs and scored another at Florida Atlantic (3/8) ... Had five hits in Miami series (3/11-13), including a three-hit day in game three ... In doubleheader versus Hartford (3/16), had three hits, scored a pair of runs in each, and doubled in both ... Had three hits versus North Carolina (3/20) scoring a run and driving in one ... Scored a run and had two hits at Liberty (3/22) ... Had a hit in two games at Boston College, scoring a run in game three (3/27) ... Scored a run and drove in one versus Radford (3/29) ... Scored a career-high tying three runs at VMI (4/6), had two hits, an RBI and a stolen base ... Had three hits, scored a career-high four runs and hit a double at Wake Forest (4/8) ... Hit a triple and had two hits and an RBI against the Demon Deacons (4/10-G1) and also drove in a run in the third game (4/10-G2) ... Had three hits, including career hit No. 200 against Florida State (4/17) with a double, home run, four RBI and two runs scored ... Hit a triple at ETSU (4/19) and later scored ... Scored two runs in all three games in Maryland series (4/22-24) ... Had three hits Friday with a triple and RBI, a double, two walks and a RBI on Saturday, and a double, two walks and three RBI Sunday ... Had a single and run scored versus NC A&T (4/26) ... Broke out of a 0-for-15 slump with a solo home run versus USC Upstate (5/4) and added a single later in the contest ... Continued success into James Madison series (5/7-8) with two hits on Saturday and tying his career-high with four hits on Sunday, with a pair of doubles, two runs scored and an RBI ... Had an RBI double in both games of doubleheader versus Clemson (5/14) and reached base three times with a hit-by-pitch and two singles on Sunday (5/15) … In Georgia Tech series (5/19-21), had two hits, two RBI and scored three runs.
2010: Was one of three players to start every game during the year for the Hokies, and all 62 were at second base … Had 18 multi-hit games and 11 multi-RBI contests … Hit .283 with 65 hits, including 12 doubles, a triple and seven home runs for a .435 slugging percentage … Scored 43 runs and drove in 44 more … Drew 25 walks and was hit by a pitch five times for a .357 on-base percentage … Finished tied for 75th in the nation in sacrifice flies with six … Was named to the All-ACC Academic team … Started at second against Kentucky, where he redshirted during his freshman season ... Singled, walked twice and scored twice against Coastal Carolina ... Tied a career high with four hits against West Virginia, including two singles, a double and a homer ... Drove in two and scored twice ... Went 2-for-4 with two walks in game one at Charleston Southern ... Stole his first base in game two ...Had a sac fly in game three ... Went 5-for-16 with a double, a homer and five RBI in the Long Island series ... Had an RBI single on March 10 versus Bryant ... Went 4-for-11 with a pair of doubles in the Maryland series ... Tied a career-high with five RBI versus Columbia on three hits, including a double ... Followed that up with a 2-for-3, three-RBI performance on March 16 versus Rider ... Went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored versus Liberty ... Picked up two hits, including his sixth double, in the Wake Forest series ... Doubled once and scored twice against VMI on March 30 ...Went 4-for-11 with a double and two walks in the Florida State series ... Hit his third home run of the year, a solo shot, in the NC Central game ... Went hitless in the Miami series, but bounced back with a 2-for-4 effort against NC A&T, including two RBI and the second triple of his career ... Went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in the game-three win over Virginia ... Batted .364 (4-for-11) with three runs scored and three RBI in the Georgia Tech series ... Also had an RBI single at VMI on April 27 ... Had a sac bunt in game two with Boston College and his fourth homer, a two-run shot, in fame three ... Doubled twice and scored twice in the loss to Davidson ... Had a two-run single and a sac fly in the first win over Savannah State and added a double and a run in the second win ... Batted .333 in the Duke series, including a grand slam homer in the game-two win ... Also doubled in that game, after singling twice in game one ... Tallied three hits in the North Carolina series, including his sixth home run of the season - a two-run shot - in game one ... Went 4-for-10 with three walks and two hit-by-pitches at the ACC Tournament, scoring four runs and driving in three ... Homered in the Georgia Tech game … Drew two walks, hit a single and scored a pair of runs in Tech’s 16-7 victory over Bucknell in the NCAA Tournament on June 5 … In the team’s two NCAA games on June 6, against The Citadel and South Carolina, had a hit, a walk, and scored the first run of each game, helping Tech defeat the Cadets, 4-3 … Played in all four NCAA contests.
2009: Started a combined 47 games at second and third base and batted .300 for the season … Tied for second on the team with seven home runs … Was named to the All-ACC Academic team … Went 7-for-16 at the Courtyard by Marriott Classic Feb. 20-22, scoring five runs, driving in four and doubling twice … Went 3-for-4 in the first win over Bucknell … Homered on back-to-back days against Bryant on March 9 and at Radford on March 10 … Replaced Tony Balisteri at second base on March 22 against No. 3 Georgia Tech and went 1-for-3 with an RBI single and a run scored … Went 7-for-14 in three games at NC State … Had a career-high four hits in game one before hitting his third home run in game two … Picked up an RBI single at James Madison … Went 3-for-3 with a stolen base in game one with Wake Forest … Had his fourth homer (a two-run shot) in game two … Picked up two hits with his third double in the James Madison game on April 8 … Doubled in both games one and two at Maryland … Went 2-for-4 with another double and three runs scored at High Point … Singled, walked, stole a base and scored a run in game one versus Clemson … Singled and scored against William & Mary … Singled home a run at Liberty … Went 1-for-2 with two runs, two RBI, two walks and a home run versus High Point on April 28 … Went 2-for-3 with a stolen base in game two at Florida State … Hit a two-run homer at Davidson … Combined to go 4-for-9 with two runs scored, three RBI and his seventh homer of the year in the doubleheader with Delaware State … Went 2-for-4 with an RBI in game two versus Virginia … Doubled in game three.
2008: Played a huge role for Tech after transferring from Kentucky, starting 45 games, including 41 at the hot corner … Despite his small stature, displayed good power and tied for the team lead with eight home runs … Batted .259 on the season, including a mark of .300 in non-conference games … Started as the DH in the opening game and picked up his first collegiate hit … Played third base in the second Pitt game and showed some pop with a triple and a solo home run … Drove in three runs in that game … Pulled a hip flexor during the first Coastal Carolina game and missed seven games … Started at third and played briefly in game one at Georgia Tech … Started at DH against James Madison and Fordham … Had a hit, an RBI and scored two runs versus Fordham … Started all three games at North Carolina, picking up a hit in each contest … Hit his first collegiate double in game one … Homered in back-to-back games - the first coming in game three against Florida State in a three-hit, three-run effort, and the second coming at James Madison which he paired with a double and five RBI … Hit a solo home run on April 1 against Radford … Was ejected from the Longwood game after he barreled over the catcher in a play at the plate … Went 2-for-4 versus Davidson and scored twice against VCU … Doubled in game one at Wake and homered in game three … Scored three times on a double and two walks at Liberty … Hit a solo home run in game three with NC State - his sixth of the season … Hit a solo homer in game two at Clemson and hit a two-run bomb at VMI … Had an RBI double versus William & Mary … Doubled in Tech’s win over Duke.
At Kentucky: Redshirted the season in 2007, but was named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Lettered for four seasons at Lovett High School under coaches Ricky Davis and Lance Oubs … As a standout shortstop, helped lead his team to the class AA state championship in 2006 while breaking the school’s career home run record with 26, including 11 as a senior … Also as a senior, batted .375 with 21 RBI, 48 runs scored and 24 stolen bases … Had eight doubles and a .736 slugging percentage, and hit two homers in the state semifinal, including a walk-off that sent the team to the title game … As a junior, batted .457 with 31 RBI, 48 runs scored, 12 doubles, eight home runs, 26 steals and a slugging percentage of .840, helping his team to a district title and the state’s Elite 8 … Played football for two seasons.
Personal: Michael Richard Seaborn … Born 10/14/87 in Atlanta, Ga. … Son of Rick and Linda Seaborn … Father played tennis for Emory University … Enrolled in finance.