Updated: June 19, 2013
Career Highlights: Has three walk-off RBI hits, including two home runs … First walk-off hit was a bases-loaded RBI single versus No. 6 Miami on April 15, 2012 … Second walk-off was a 10th-inning solo home run versus Marist on May 12, 2013, which notched his first career multi-homer game … Third walk-off was a solo home run versus No. 7 Florida State on May 23, 2013 in the ACC Baseball Championship … Has 10 career game-winning RBI and 13 career game-winning runs scored.
2013: Was one of three Hokies to start all 62 games – 28 at catcher, 16 as DH, 14 in right and four in left … Was third on the team with 23 multi-hit games, including six games with three hits and two game with four … Tied for the team lead with 15 multi-RBI games and led the team with 21 multi-run scoring games … Also, tied for the team lead with a 14-game hitting streak and a 23-game reached base streak … Batted .341 (second on the team) with 79 hits (second), including 14 doubles (third), three triples (second) and nine home runs (third) for 126 total bases (third) and a .543 slugging percentage (third) … Scored 62 runs (first) and knocked in 51 (second) … Drew 32 walks (second), was hit by nine pitches (tied for third) and had a .433 on-base percentage (first) … Also led the team with 19 stolen bases in 24 attempts … In the NCAA, was 199th in batting average, 22nd in runs, 40th in runs per game (1.0), 103rd in hits, 88th in home runs, 135th in home runs per game (0.15), 89th in RBI, 115th in slugging, 66th in total bases and 114th in stolen bases … In the ACC, was 13th in batting average, fifth in runs, eighth in home runs, sixth in stolen bases and ninth in total bases … In ACC-only games, was fourth in runs (28) and seventh in walks (20).
2012: First freshman All-American honoree at Tech since 2004 (Sean O'Brien), and first freshman at Tech named to a postseason all-conference team since 2004 (O'Brien and Warren Schaeffer) when the Hokies were in the BIG EAST Conference … Made 48 starts – 30 at catcher, 14 as DH and one in right – and played in 49 games total … Posted a team-high 18 multi-hit games, including five games with three hits and one game with four … Was fourth on the team in both multi-RBI games (8) and multi-run games (9) … Led the team with a 13-game hitting streak and a 26-game reached base streak (longest at school since 2009) … Batted .344 (first on the team) with 65 hits (second), including 13 doubles (second), two triples (tied for third) and five home runs (fourth) for 97 total bases (third) and a .513 slugging percentage (third) … Scored 35 runs (fourth) and knocked in 34 (tied for third) … Drew 21 walks (third), was hit by nine pitches (tied for third) and had a .430 on-base percentage (first) … Also led the team with 17 stolen bases in 22 attempts … At the end of the year, in the NCAA, was 195th in batting average and 135th in stolen bases … In the ACC, was seventh in batting average, fourth in stolen bases and eighth in on-base percentage … In ACC-only games, was 18th in batting (.306), eighth in hits (37), second in stolen bases (12) and fifth in total bases (58).
High School: Earned varsity letters all four years while playing for Coach Steve Paolini at Holy Cross … Made 103 career starts for the Lancers and finished with a .538 average with 30 home runs, 156 runs scored and 153 RBI … Also drew 119 walks and stole 84 bases … In senior season, batted .673 with six doubles, two triples, 11 home runs, 43 runs scored, 44 RBI and 25 stolen bases … Named all-state, all-conference and all-county … Was also a 2011 Louisville Slugger High School All-American … Also played football – three varsity letters, all-conference and all-county selections – and basketball – one letter – for the Lancers.
Personal: Mark Raymond Zagunis … Born 2/5/93 in Willingboro, N.J. … Son of Mark and Marie Zagunis … Enrolled in sociology.