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Nate Eikhoff

190 lbs.
Bristow, Va.
High School
Nate Eikhoff - Baseball - Virginia Cavaliers

• Listed on the ACC Academic Honor Roll
• One of three Cavaliers to start all 56 games, all were at first base
• Started the final 111 games of his career
• Batted .265 (54-for-204) with 10 doubles, three home runs and 32 RBI
• Reached base safely in 16-straight games (April 14 – May 14), tied for third-longest streak on the team. In that span had a nine-game hit streak where he batted .424 (14-for-33) with three doubles, a home run and seven RBI
• Went 1-for-3 with a game-tying home run and three RBi against Notre Dame on April 6

• One of three players to start all 54 games (44 at 1B, 10 at 3B)
• Batted .290 (56-for-193), with three home runs and 36 RBI (T-2nd most on team)
• Established career-highs in nearly every offensive category
• Led the team in walks (30) and fielding percentage (.989)
• Put together a 16-game hit streak from Feb. 18 to March 23, the longest on the team and became one of nine UVA players since 2001 to have a hit streak of 16 games or more
• Reached base in his first 21 games of the season
• Went 6-for-12 (.500) with five runs scored, two doubles and five RBI in Wake Forest series (May 17-19)
• Hit the team’s first home run in season opener at UCF, one of a career-high three on the season.
• Matched a career-high with three RBI in series finale against Eastern Kentucky on Feb. 25
• Had multi-hit performances in four of five games from April 11-17. Totaled 15 multi-hit games, tied for the second most on the team

· Played in 46 games, including 32 starts (24 at 3B, 6 at DH, 2 at 1B)
· Made 21 appearances, including 16 starts, in ACC play
· Fourth toughest to strike out in ACC (12.0 AB/K)
· Led team with 11 sacrifice bunts
· Hit pinch-hit double and scored run in NCAA tournament game at TCU (6/4)
· Was 4-for-8 in two starts in Florida State series
· Hit solo home run at Virginia Tech (4/15)
· Had three hits and reached base four times in win over Old Dominion (4/4)
· Was 4-for-12 in Louisville series
· Hit two-run, pinch-hit double and drove in three runs in win over La Salle (3/5)
· Doubled twice in three-hit, three-run effort at The Citadel (2/18)

· Played in 40 games, making 22 starts
· Went 3-for-6 with double and two RBI against Wagner (3/9)
· Doubled twice in win against Louisville (3/25)
· Hit go-ahead, 3-run triple in win over North Carolina (4/15)
· Cranked 2-run triple against Radford (4/19)
· Recorded three hits and scored twice against VCU (4/20)
· Hit first career home run, a 3-run blast, in win at Miami (4/22); was 3-for-9 in series

· First-Team All-State selection as senior
· Three-year First-Team All-Conference honoree
· Three-time recipient of All-Region and All-Met honors
· Named Co-Conference Player of Year his senior season
· Hit at least .480 in each of his three varsity seasons: .501 as sophomore, .568 as junior and .480 as senior; also hit four home runs his senior year
· Coached by Sammy Serrano
· Played travel team baseball with Marucci Stars

· Parents are Rob and Christie Eikhoff
· Mother played softball at Georgia Tech
· Born in San Diego
· Has two brothers, Tyler and Riley, and one sister, Emma