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Adam Haseley

195 lbs.
Windermere, Fla.
The First Academy
High School
Adam Haseley - Baseball - Virginia Cavaliers

• Became fifth player in school history to earn All-America honors in at least two seasons (2016-17)
• Ranks third in program history with 185 runs
• Stands ninth in school history with 10 triples and 10th with 111 walks, 360 total bases and 746 at bats

· Selected in first round of MLB Draft by Philadelphia Phillies (eighth overall)
· Named First-Team All-American (outfield) by ABCA, Baseball America and D1Baseball and Second-Team All-American (utility) by Collegiate Baseball and Perfect Game
· First-Team All-ACC honoree (OF)
· Named finalist for Golden Spikes and John Olerud Two-Way Player awards (third GSA finalist in program history)
· Was semifinalist Dick Howser Trophy; also named to National Pitcher of the Year Watch List

· Batted .390 with 14 home runs and 56 RBI; led team in batting, hits, home runs, runs, doubles, walks and total bases
· Third player to bat .400 in the regular season under Brian O’Connor, joining Keith Werman (.446 in 2010) and Mike Papi (.408 in 2013)
· Led ACC in batting (.390) and OBP (.491), second in runs (68), third in slugging (.659) fourth in hits (87), fourth in walks (44), eighth in RBI (56) and ninth in home runs (14)
· Ranked 11th nationally in batting
· Reached base safely in 57 of his 58 games, including 40 straight to end the season (longest at UVA since Dan Grovatt reached in 43 straight in 2009)
· In the UVA single-season annals, his 2017 season ranked second in runs (68), fourth in total bases (147), sixth in home runs (seven of HR to opposite field), sixth in OBP, eighth in walks and ninth in slugging
· Was 2-for-10 with two RBI in NCAA tournament and 3-for-8 in ACC tournament
· Was 6-for-11 and scored seven runs in Georgia Tech series
· Went 6-for-11 with six runs and five RBI in Duke series
· Drove in six runs in Notre Dame series
· Hit two home runs as part of 4-for-4, five-RBI game against Rutgers (2/24)

· Was 7-1 with a 3.58 ERA in 65 1/3 innings on the mound, primarily as Sunday starter
· Left with the lead in 10 of his 12 starts
· Worked six or more innings in nine of his starts
· Gave up two runs in six innings in win over Notre Dame (4/21)
· Allowed just two runs and five hits in seven innings against Louisville (4/2)

• Named Third-Team All-American at utility by Baseball America and NCBWA
• One of three finalists for John Olerud Two-Way Player Award
• Named to watch lists for Golden Spikes and National Pitcher of the Year awards
• Led team with 31 extra-base hits (19 2B, 6 3B, 6 HR) — most XBH by UVA player since Brandon Downes had 37 in 2013
• Had career-best 12-game hit streak snapped on March 25
• Reached base safely in all but eight games
• Second in ACC in triples (6), fifth in runs (61), ninth in doubles (19)
• Was team-best 6-for-13 (.455) in Duke series
• Had big series against Wake Forest, going 9-for-13 (.692) with three doubles, two triples, five runs
• Had career-high four hits in Game 2 of DH against Wake Forest (3/18); was first UVA player in nearly six years to record two triples in a game
• Went 4-for-11 with HR, four RBI in Georgia Tech series
• Was 4-for-12 with five RBI in ACC tournament; was 3-for-5 with two triples, three RBI against Wake Forest (5/27)
• Named to NCAA Charlotteville Regional All-Tournament Team
• Was 6-for-13 with four RBI, four runs in NCAA regional

• Ranked eighth in ACC in wins (9); he won each of his five Tuesday starts prior to moving into weekend rotation
• Ranked second in ACC in ERA (1.73) and opponent batting (.194)
• Ranked ninth nationally in ERA (1.73) and 20th in WHIP (0.96)
• Worked six scoreless innings against NC State to earn win in first weekend start of season (4/2)
• Fired eight innings and retired final 16 batters he faced at Boston College (4/9)
• Allowed one earned run in 5 1/3 innings in loss to North Carolina (4/16)
• Gave up one earned run over seven innings in loss at Miami (4/23)
• Worked eight shutout innings in win at Pitt (5/1)
• Tossed first career complete game against Virginia Tech, facing just two over the minimum (5/21)
• Also started and worked five innings to earn win over ACC tourney win over Louisville (5/28)

• Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors
• Named to ACC All-Freshman Team and All-NCAA Lake Elsinore Regional Team
• Started all 68 games, including 62 in the outfield (41 CF, 21 RF, 5 P, 1 DH)
• Hit leadoff in 53 games, including 51 of last 52
• Batted .169 over first 15 games but hit .272 from that point moving forward
• Pitched in 11 games — all after April 1 — including five starts
• Hit team-best .364 (4-for-11) in CWS Finals vs. Vanderbilt
• Reached base four times in Game 3 of CWS Finals (6/24); scored game-winning run in fifth inning
• Started on mound in Game 2 of CWS Finals, working career-long five innings in UVa’s 3-0 win; also led off and was 1-for-4, becoming just second player in CWS history to start on mound and lead off (Clemson’s Bailey Hendley, June 6/15/58)
• Was 4-for-12 and scored five runs in NCAA regional
• Went 2-for-3 and scored four runs in ACC tournament win over Georgia Tech (5/19)
• Started and worked 4 2/3 innings May 23 in ACC Tournament game against NC State
• Pitched twice in North Carolina series — earned win with perfect ninth inning of relief in Game 1, then started Game 3 and worked two scoreless innings
• Worked final two innings of May 10 game against Duke to claim first college save and clinch series win
• Earned first win in first start on April 22 after working four scoreless innings against Liberty
• Made pitching debut on April 1 vs. VMI, working three innings of scoreless relief

• Member of 2013 USA Baseball U18 National Team which won world championship in Taichung, Taiwan
• Named to IBAF All-Star Team at outfield and was Team USA’s leading hitter
• Also was member of Team USA U14 National Team in 2010
• Three-time first-team all-district honoree
• Earned team’s Two-Way Player of the Year Award
• Member of 2014 USA National High School Invitational championship team
• Named team’s Defensive Player of the Year
• Coached by Darrell Don and Scott Grove at The First Academy

• Parents are Rich and Mary-Kay Haseley
• Has one sister, Giavanna