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Casey Saucke

210 lbs.
Rochester, N.Y.
Greece Athena
High School
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Casey Saucke

• Finished his career with 159 RBI and 50 doubles, both tied for the eighth-most in UVA history.

• Perfect Game Third Team All-American.
• Garnered Second Team All-ACC honors.
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
• Started all but one game for the Cavaliers in right field.
• Posted career highs in hits (88), doubles (18), home runs (14), RBI (65) and total bases (145).
• His 88 hits were tied for the seventh-most in the ACC.
• Hit six home runs in regular season ACC play.
• Ranked third in the ACC and 17th in the ACC with seven sacrifice flies.
• Went 4-for-5 with two home runs, three runs scored and three RBI in series finale at Miami on March 10.
• Hit the team’s 100th home run of the season, a solo shot in the fourth inning against Virginia Tech on May 17.
• Homered in four-straight games beginning with Virginia Tech game on May 17, including both ACC Tournament games.
• Went 2-for-4 with a 483-foot home run in the first inning against Kansas State in the NCAA Super Regional.
• No. 41 on D1Baseball’s Top 100 Outfielders as part of its Preseason Player Rankings

SUMMER 2023: Played 14 games for the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League … went 10-for-54 (.185) with three doubles and five RBI at the plate … recorded multi-hit efforts in his first three CCL games … singled off of UVA teammate Cullen McKay (Cotuit) in his first game … UVA teammate Ethan Anderson also played for Harwich but the two did not play for Mariners at the same time.

• Named to the Charlottesville Regional All-Tournament team after going 6-for-12 with three runs scored, a double and two RBI in three games.
• One of 12 Cavaliers on ACC Academic Team and included on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
• Started all 65 games in right field for UVA.
• Batted .299 (75-for-251) with 16 doubles, a triple, four homers and 48 RBI. Was successful on 10 of his 12 stolen base attempts.
• In the month of April batted .324 (24-for-74) with four doubles, three homers and 18 RBI in 20 games.
• Reached base safely in the final 20 games of the regular season (Apr. 16-May 24). UVA went 15-5 in its final 20 regular season games.
• Recorded four outfield assists on the year including one against JMU on May 3
• In his third at bat of the season, homered against Navy (Feb. 17), part of a 2-for-3, 3-run, 2-RBI effort.
• Produced a two-home run game and drove in a season-high four runs on April 7 against Miami (HR1 | HR2).
• Went 6-for-10 with two doubles, a home run and two RBI in three-game series at Notre Dame.

• Listed on Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s Freshman All-America Team and was a First Team Freshman All-American according to Perfect Game and
• Named to the ACC All-Freshman team.
• One of five Cavaliers named to the ACC All-Academic Team and also was listed on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
• Appeared in 53 of the 58 games with 50 starts (46 in RF, 4 at DH).
• Batted .360 (67-for-186), the eighth highest of any freshman in the country and third-highest by any ACC first year. His batting average was also the second-highest of any UVA freshman under Brian O’Connor (Stephen Bruno – 2010).
• Totaled a team-best, 16 doubles, tied for the 13th most in the ACC.
• Started his collegiate career by hitting safely in his first 21 games, the second longest UVA single season hit streak since 2007 (Brandon Guyer) and the longest by a UVA first year since 2000.
• Went 3-for-4 with a home run, a run scored and two RBI in his collegiate debut. Recorded his first collegiate hit (infield single) in his first at bat. Homered for the first time in his fourth collegiate at bat.
• Batted .463 (25-for-54) with four doubles, four home runs and 18 RBI in his first 15 games.
• Homered in three-straight games from March 15-18, concluding with a solo shot against Boston College (March 18).
• Led the team with a pair of outfield assists, including 9-3 double play against Wake Forest on 3/26.
• Finished the year hitting safely in the final seven games and 10 of his last 11.
• Went 5-for-12 with two doubles and two RBI in three games at the NCAA Greenville Regional
• Ranked No. 17 on Perfect Game’s top 75 freshmen prior to the season

2021 SUMMER: Played 30 games for the Niagara Power of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League with future UVA teammate Alex Greene … Batted .221 (21-for-95) with six doubles, a triple, a home run and eight RBI … put together six multi-hit efforts in his final seven games with the Power … reached base safely in 20 of the 30 games he played in .

• Named the 2020-21 Gatorade New York Baseball Player of the Year.
• Posted a .483 batting average with eight home runs, 36 runs scored, 24 RBI and 20 stolen bases, leading the Trojans to a 15-5 record and the Section V Class A state final as a senior. 21 of his 28 hits went for extra-bases
• According to Perfect Game was nationally the No. 9 shortstop and the No. 41 overall player in the 2021 recruiting class
• Played in the 2020 Perfect Game All-American Classic in Oklahoma City. Also a participant in the PGAAC Home Run Challenge where he hit 11 homers.
• Named the 2021 Monroe County Division IV Player of the Year and Section V Class A Player of the Year.
• Also pitched at Greece Athena and hurled five perfect innings as part of a combined no-hitter in the 2021 season opener.
• Matched Section V record with three home runs in a game on June 1, 2021
• His junior season was cancelled due to COVID19 pandemic.
• Played travel baseball for Team Elite and Dirtbags Baseball

• Born in Rochester, N.Y.
• Son of Casey and Laurie Saucke
• Has two younger siblings, Rosemary and Samuel
• His father Casey Saucke Sr., spent two years with the Baltimore Orioles organization
• Recipient of the 2022-23 Ted Davenport Endowed Baseball Scholarship
• Majoring in Commerce