Manhattan Baseball BIO
29 Mike McCann
Mike McCann 167148

GENERAL: One of the top outfielders in the MAAC... lefty who can hit for power and average ... speedy player who covers lots of ground... strong, accurate arm in the outfield... local product from Belle Harbor, N.Y.

2010: All-MAAC Second Team honoree... started 50 of 51 appearances in right field... finished second on the team with 17 doubles, 56 RBI, 119 total bases and .595 slugging percentage... smashed 10 home runs, two triples and hit .340... scored 54 runs and walked 31 times... posted 17 multi-hit games, including a team-high 10 3-hit performances... tallied a season-high four hits and five RBI in an extra inning victory at Liberty (3/20)... registered 14 multi-RBI performances, including a career-high six RBI at Canisius (5/8)... hit .380 with five home runs and 27 RBI starting all 24 conference games... stole four bases and had a .426 on-base percentage... New England Collegiate Baseball League All-Star, representing summer ball team Sanford Mainers.

2009: All-MAAC First Team selection... named to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Northeast Region First Team... broke Manhattan's single season hits record... 85 hits were seventh most for a single season in MAAC history... ranked third in the MAAC with 65 runs scored, which also ranked the fourth most in the MAAC single season record book... logged a .388 batting average which was fourth in the conference... third in the league with 59 RBI and fourth in doubles (17) and home runs (13)... recorded 143 total bases, the third most in the conference...finished fifth in the MAAC with a .653 slugging percentage... stared all 53 games... named MAAC Player of the Week, ECAC Co-Player of the Week and CollegeBaseballInsider.com Northeast Region Player of the Week on March 22 after batting .750 (12-16), driving in eight runs and blasting two home runs in four games... hit for the cycle in a win over Saint Peter's (3/21)... held a 21 hit streak during the regular-season, the Jaspers' longest of the year... hit .429 in MAAC contests... stole 10 bases and posted a .985 fielding percentage... recorded a team-high 29 multi-hit games, including a career-high five hit performance in a victory at NJIT (4/10)... led the team with 20 multi-RBI contests... posted a career-high four RBI twice versus Siena (3/28) and Canisius (4/25)... registered at least one hit in 40 of the final 43 regular-season games... tallied one triple and tied for fourth in the MAAC with five sacrifice flies... finished with a .467 on-base percentage... second on the team with 35 walks... played summer ball with the West Hampton Aviators of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL)... helped lead West Hampton to the ACBL Championship... started 27 of 31 appearances for the Aviators and hit .326, scored 21 runs and posted 28 RBI... he also launched five home runs, had seven doubles and one triple for West Hampton.

2008: Appeared in 24 games, starting nine... bat .318, scored 17 runs and posted eight RBI... tallied 14 hits, including five doubles and two home runs... stole five bases... made collegiate debut at Charlotte (2/23)... first collegiate start at Charlotte (2/24)... recorded first hit and RBI at South Alabama (3/1)... registered five multi-hit games... went 2-for-5 with three RBI, a double and first career home run at New York Institute of Technology (5/1)... went 2-for-4 and scored four runs in win over Saint Peter's (5/11)... was 3-for-4 with two RBI  in win at Fairfield (5/15)... played summer ball with the Frozen Ropes of the Tri-State Collegiate Baseball League (TSCBL)... named to TSCBL Connecticut Division All-Star Team.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Led Archbishop Malloy with a .425 batting average senior year... received All-Queens and All-City honors as a senior... tallied the game-winning hit in the Catholic High School Athletic Association quarterfinals in 2007... named All-Queens as a junior... graduated high school with honors.

PERSONAL: The son of Thomas McCann and Gail Hayes.

Position: Outfielder
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Belle Harbor, N.Y.
High School: Archbishop Molloy HS
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