4 Eddie Reese
4 Eddie Reese
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 195
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Canfield, Ohio
High School: Cardinal Mooney
Position: 2B/OF
Bats/Throws: R/R

D3baseball.com preseason All-American … Proven to be one of the premiere players offensively in NCAA Div. III and will bat in Wooster’s No. 3 hole for a third consecutive season … Coaching staff is toying with the idea of moving him to the outfield … Played 36 games for the North Shore Navigators of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League during the summer … Team captain for the second year in a row … 2013: Named a second-team All-American by both the ABCA and D3baseball.com … Also collected first-team all-Mideast Region honors from each organization and was voted NCAC Player of the Year … Ranked among the NCAA Div. III leaders in total doubles (8th with 22), home runs (t-19th with 8), RBI (t-13th with 54), and slugging percentage (25th at .682), while batting .370 and scoring 50 runs … Conference leader in doubles, homers, RBI, slugging percentage, and walks (30), and top-five in virtually every other category … Closed the season going 4-for-6 with two doubles and two RBI vs. Wash. & Jeff. (May 17) at the NCAA Div. III Championship … Doubled, tripled, and homered, part of a 4-for-11 line with six RBI and three walks during the NCAC Tournament … Belted two homers and a triple during a 3-for-4, four-RBI performance against Hiram (April 13) … Had two doubles and a home run during four at bats vs. Southern Vermont (March 20) and equaled a school record with three doubles in a game vs. then-No. 3 Wheaton (Mass.) (March 17) … 2012: Voted on to the All-Mideast Region Third Team by the coaches as well as first-team all-NCAC … Served as the Scots’ top offensive player in his first season as a starter, leading the squad in average (.369), runs scored (37), doubles (11), and RBI (34) … Led the league in hits (59), while finishing ninth in average, seventh in runs, third in home runs (7), tied for seventh in RBI, fifth in slugging percentage (.581), and tied for 10th in walks (17) … Also topped the NCAC in assists, starting 30 games at shortstop before moving to second for the postseason … NCAC Tournament MVP after getting a hit and run in each game and going 5-of-14 overall (.357) with four runs, a double, a homer, four RBI, and reaching three other times via two walks and one HBP … Doubled twice in as many at bats at Hiram (April 17) … Five of his seven home runs came during a six-game tear (March 23-31) that saw him bat .538 (14-for-26) with 13 RBI … 2011: Started 10 games at a variety of positions (2B, SS, 3B, 1B, DH), including all three at the NCAC tourney (April 28-29) … Batted .311 (14-for-45) with two doubles and two home runs … Scored eight runs and drove in five … Combined to go 2-for-10 during the NCAC Tournament, highlighted by a two-run homer … Went 3-for-5 against Muskingum (April 21) … First career homer came as a pinch hitter against Case Western Reserve (April 17) … Prior to Wooster: Hit .400 with five homers and 21 triples over two years at Cardinal Mooney High School … Quarterback for Cardinals’ perennial power football program, helping team to two state championships and receiving a pair of all-conference honors … Totaled nine letters – three in football and two each in baseball, basketball, and tennis … Personal: Born on May 17, 1991 … Son of Ed and Diane Reese … Majoring in business economics with a minor in mathematics.