Tom Stoffel

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  • Height
    5' 10
  • Weight
    205 lbs.
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  • Hometown
    Dayton, Ohio
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Updated: December 18, 2017

Career Honors

  • 2018 Collegiate Baseball Preseason All-American Third Team, UT
  • 2017 All-ACC Second Team, OF

Career Highlights: In 2017, was one of just two players to post a OPS of more than 1.050 in ACC-only games with his .449 on-base and .636 slugging percentage for a 1.085 ... The other was Virginia's Adam Haseley (.468/.652/1.106).

2017: at the plate – Started all 54 games played, with 52 starts in right field, two as the designated hitter and one as pitcher/DH … Also batted third for all 54 games … Third on the team with 20 multi-hit games, including seven games with three, two with four and one with a career-high five – versus Boston College (March 31) … Second on the team with 13 multi-RBI games, including two with three, one with four and one with a career-high tying five – versus Boston College (April 1) … Also second the team with 11 multi-run scoring games, including one game with three … Had a season-best eight game hitting streak and a reached base streak of 13 straight games … Batted .342 (second best on team) with 76 hits (second), including a team-high 21 doubles, two triples (tied for second) and eight home runs for 125 total bases (second) and a .563 slugging percentage (second) … Scored 39 runs and added 49 RBI (second) … Drew 14 walks, including one intentionally, and was hit by 12 pitches (third) for a .410 on-base percentage (third) … Also added three sacrifice bunts and one sacrifice fly … Scored two game-winning runs and added three game-winning RBI … In the NCAA, at the end of the regular season, ranked 23rd in doubles, 32nd in doubles per game (0.39), 59th in total bases, 68th in hits and 88th in hit by pitch … Finished 30th in the nation in doubles per game and 33rd in overall doubles ... In the ACC, at the end of the regular season, ranked first in doubles, eighth in total bases, ninth in hits and 16th in average … Finished in a tie for first in doubles and 12th in average ... In ACC-only games, led the league in batting with a .388 average and in doubles with 16, was second in total bases (77), third in hits (47) and slugging percentage (.636), tied for fifth in RBI (30) and sixth in on-base percentage (.449).

on the mound – Appeared in nine games, with one start … Made collegiate debut on the mound on March 5 versus Binghamton and struck out the side … Had a 2.45 ERA in 14.2 innings pitched, struck out 18 batters, walked five and posted one save – versus Virginia (April 15) … Tossed a season-high 2.2 innings versus North Carolina (May 13) and threw at least 1.0 innings in all nine outings, 2.0 five times ... Inherited two runners and none of them scored … Retired 6-of-8 first batters faced in relief outings … Struck out a season-high four batters in the UNC game and three in a game three times … Pitched a total of 11 scoreless innings, including 3.2 consecutive … Also, threw two perfect frames, struck out the side twice, and, at one point, retired five straight batters … Had two double plays turned behind him, both GDPs.

2016: Started 41 games – 11 in left, 14 in right and five times as the DH – and played in 43 total games … Had 12 multi-hit games, including a pair with three and a season-high four hits versus Miami (March 11) … Tied for the team-lead with 11 multi-RBI games, including three with three and a season-high five in that Miami contest … Had four multi-run scoring games, includes twice with three and a season-high four versus Quinnipiac (March 5-G1) … Had a season-best seven-game hitting streak and an eight-game reached base streak … Batted .270 (fifth on the team) with 43 hits, including 14 doubles (second) and two home runs, for 63 total bases and a .396 slugging percentage (fifth) … Scored 25 runs and added 35 RBIs (third) … Drew 20 walks (fourth), which included one intentional (one of three for the team in 2016) and was hit by six pitches (T-fifth) for a .373 on-base percentage (fifth) … Also added four sacrifice bunts (second) … Was 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts … Went 1-for-2 as a pinch hitter, it was a three-RBI double … Scored one game-winning run and led the team with four game-winning RBIs … Also notched a team-best four outfield assists.

2015: Redshirted the season.

2014: Made 24 starts, all in right field, and played in 41 games total… Had six multi-hit games, including three with three, a pair of multi-RBI games and three multi-run scoring games … Registered a five-game hitting streak and a 13-game reached base streak … Batted .290 with 27 hits, including two doubles, for 29 total bases and a .312 slugging percentage … Scored 13 runs and knocked in 11 more … Drew 15 walks and was hit by a pitch five times (third on the team) for a .412 on-base percentage … Was 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts … Led the team with two pinch-hits and also drew four walks for a .462 on-base percentage as a pinch hitter ... Scored one game-winning run and notched a game-winning RBI … Had three outfield assists.

High School: Earned varsity letters all four years while playing for Coach Chuck Harlow at Northmont … Became the school’s all-time hits leader with 154 … Was the first freshman under Harlow to play varsity as a freshman (30 years) … Also broke the school’s single-season doubles record with 16 as a sophomore … Twice hit for the cycle for the Thunderbolts.

Personal: Thomas Michael Stoffel … Born June 8, 1994 in Kettering, Ohio … Son of Mike and Penny Stoffel … Has three sisters, Genna, Ryanne and Isabel … Majoring in mechanical engineering.