|2011||Did Not Play|
Updated: November 15, 2013
Career Highlights: Has one walk-off RBI hit, driving in the winning run with a 10th-inning single versus Coastal Carolina on April 17, 2012 … Has three career game-winning RBIs and three career game-winning runs scored … That includes the go-ahead in the 11th frame in a win at No. 27 Virginia on March 9, 2012 … Also leads the current team with six career pinch-hits and three outfield assists.
2013: Made 31 starts – 22 in center, five in right and four in left – and played in 46 games total … Posted seven multi-hit games, including one game with three hits, while adding five multi-RBI games and three multi-run games … Batted .250 with 30 hits, including two doubles, two triples and two home runs for 42 total bases and a .350 slugging percentage … Scored 22 runs and drove in 13 … Drew 10 walks, was hit by a pitch three times and had a .321 on-base percentage … Was 2-for-7 on stolen base attempts … As a pinch hitter, had a team-high tying two hits with a walk and scored once as a pinch runner … Also notched an outfield assist.
2012: Made 18 starts – 12 in right, five in center and one in left – and played in 43 games total … Posted five multi-hit games, including one game with three hits, while adding two multi-run games and one multi-RBI game … Batted .241 with 21 hits, including three doubles and one triple for 26 total bases and a .299 slugging percentage … Scored 14 runs and drove in 11 … Drew two walks, was hit by a pitch four times and had a .290 on-base percentage … Was 4-for-7 on stolen base attempts … As a pinch hitter, had a team-high tying four hits, including an RBI single and double, and scored three times as a pinch runner … Also notched a pair of outfield assists.
2011: Redshirted the season.
High School: Earned a pair of varsity letters playing for Peter Mueller at Montgomery … Was a two-time All-Somerset County, all-area (central Jersey), and All-Skyland Conference selection … After senior season, in which he batted .512 with 43 hits (both school records), with eight doubles, four triples, 10 home runs and 42 RBIs, was named Trenton Times player of the year … Was also the team MVP and earned all-state and All-Group 4 selections … Finished his career with a school record .418 batting average.
Personal: Kyle David Wernicki … Born 4/29/92 in Princeton, N.J. … Son of John and Jean Wernicki … Has an older brother, Steve … Majoring in mechanical engineering.