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#21 Max Andresen
Position: Catcher
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 200
Year: Junior
Hometown: Granger, Ind.
High School: Penn
Experience: 1 Letter
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2013: Played in 28 games, starting 24 total … opened at catcher 23 times and as designated hitter once (vs. Michigan State) … played first base as a substitute vs. North Dakota State … batted .241 with two home runs and 18 runs batted in … scored 12 times … has two doubles and three triples for a .386 slugging percentage … walked nine times and was hit by one pitch … was successful on his only stolen base attempt … hit safely in 15 games, including four straight at the end of April … had multiple hits on five occasions, each with two hits …. scored a career-high three runs against Eastern Michigan on March 23 (game 1) … drove in a career-best five runs in the second game of the Buffalo doubleheader on May 11 … had a three-run home and two-run single that day … was 0-for-3 as a pinch-hitter … fielded at a .977 clip -- four errors in 172 chances.

2012: Appeared in 28 games, starting 24 … opened 18 times at catcher, five as the designated hitter and once at first base … batted .262 with one home run and 15 RBIs … registered three doubles and a triple, giving him a .357 slugging percentage … walked four times and was hit twice …. scored nine runs … had multiple hits on five occasions, including a season-high three twice (at Indiana on April 24 and at Ohio May 17) … had a pair of hits three times … drove in multiple runs four times … hit his first career-home run, a two-run shot, against Akron May 6 … added a sacrifice fly later in the 4-3 victory … threw out six of 22 runners trying to steal … allowed only two passed balls … fielded .974 (three errors in 116 chances).

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year varsity letterman in baseball at Penn High School … was a first-team all-conference selection as a senior … also named District Player of the Year and NIC Most Valuable Player … won the NIC batting title and was ranked ninth in the PBR rankings … led the Kingsmen to a record of 26-5 as a senior, including 14-2 in conference play … Penn finished the season as NIC and sectional champions … hit .423 with nine home runs … spent 2 years on the varsity hockey team … was valedictorian, a National Merit finalist and AP scholar.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 6, 1992 in South Bend, Ind., … son of Mimi and Mark Andresen … a business major.