Ryan Tufts

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  • Height
    6' 2
  • Weight
    205 lbs.
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  • High School/Other
    Boston College HS
  • Hometown
    Bridgewater, Mass.
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Updated: June 29, 2017

Career Honors

  • 2017 Brooks Wallace Award Watch List

Career Highlights: Finished by starting in the last 127 straight games of his Tech career, which includes 110 straight starts at shortstop.

2017: One of three Hokies to start all 55 games for the Hokies, all at shortstop … Also batted second for all 55 games … Fourth on the team with 18 multi-hit games, including eight games with three … Also, fourth on the team with seven multi-RBI games, including one with a career-high tying three – at Nevada (Feb. 26) … Led the team with 15 multi-run scoring games, including three games with three … Had a career-best 13 game hitting streak and a reached base streak of 23 straight games, which ended the season … Batted .307 with 66 hits (tied for third on the team), including 17 doubles (second), two triples (tied for second) and nine home runs (tied for third) for 114 total bases and a .530 slugging percentage (third) … Scored 48 runs (second) and added 30 RBI … Drew a team-high 30 walks and was hit by 15 pitches (second) for a team-leading .425 on-base percentage … Also added a team-high seven sacrifice bunts and one sacrifice fly … Scored one game-winning run and added two game-winning RBI … In the NCAA, at the end of the regular season, was 37th in hit by pitch, 52nd in HBP per game (0.27) and 86th in doubles ... Finished 46th in the nation in hit by pitch and 55th in HBP per game.

2016: One of two Hokies to start in all 55 games (Phil Sciretta) and made them all at shortstop … Had 17 multi-hit games (tied for second most), including four games with three … Added eight multi-RBI games, including four games with three … Tied for the team-lead with eight multi-run scoring games, including a game with three and a season-high four versus Alcorn State (May 8) … Had a season-best eight-game hitting and reached base streak … Batted .284 (fourth on the team) with 56 hits (third), including a team-high 15 doubles, a triple (one of only four Hokies with a triple in 2016) and three home runs (T-third), for 82 total bases (fourth) and a .416 slugging percentage (third) … Scored a team-high 40 runs and added 31 RBIs (fourth) … Drew 27 walks (third) and was hit by eight pitches (T-second) for a .386 on-base percentage (fourth) … Also added four sacrifice flies (T-first) and a team-high seven sacrifice bunts … Was 0-for-1 on stolen base attempts … Scored three game-winning runs.

2015: Started 27 games, all at third base, while playing in 32 games total … Had six multi-hit games and three multi-run games … Had a season long four-game hitting streak and an eight-game reached base streak … Batted .245 with 23 hits, including five doubles, for 28 total bases and a .298 slugging percentage … Scored 15 runs and had four RBIs … Drew six walks and was hit by five pitches (third on the team) for a .324 on-base percentage … Had a team-high tying seven sacrifice bunts and was 1-for-1 on stolen base attempts … In four pinch-hit opportunities, went 1-for-2 with a double, and was hit by a pitch and had a sacrifice bunt.

2014: Made 24 starts – 22 at third and two at shortstop – and played in 31 games total… Had four multi-hit games, including one four-hit contest, two multi-RBI games and three multi-run scoring games … Ended the season on a five-game hitting streak and had a season-long seven-game reached base streak … Batted .232 with 19 hits, including two doubles, for 21 total bases and a .256 slugging percentage … Scored 13 runs and knocked in seven more … Drew 12 walks and was hit by a pitch twice for a .344 on-base percentage … Was 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts ... Scored two game-winning runs.

High School: Earned varsity letters all four years while playing for Coach Norm Walsh at Boston College HS … Was a three-time Catholic Conference all-star … also played varsity football and basketball for one season.

Personal: Ryan Floyd Tufts … Born July 27, 1994 in Brockton, Massachusetts … Son of Glenn and Margie Tufts … Has a younger sister, Julianne … Father was a minor league player in the Cleveland organization and is currently a pro scout for the San Francisco Giants ... Majoring in human nutrition, foods and exercise.