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2012 (Junior at Creighton)
Appeared in seven games, including two starts in 2012.
Closed the season with three hits in six at-bats (.500).
Came on to pinch-run against UC Davis on March 4, stayed in the game as DH. Blatchford went on to single and swipe a base in the Jays’ 4-3 win.
Delivered a pinch-hit single in the Jays’ 6-5 (15) win over Illinois State on April 28.
2011 (Sophomore at Creighton)
Made 23 appearances on the season, including three starts in his sophomore campaign.
Saw time as a pinch runner, pinch hitter and outfielder throughout the season.
Recorded a season-high three putouts against Georgia (6/5).
Scored a run as a pinch runner against Southern Illinois (5/26).
Dropped down a sacrifice bunt and stole a base against BYU (3/21), playing outfield in the game.
Had his best game of the season at Air Force (3/16), starting in the outfield and going 2-for-3, with a double, home run, two runs scored and four RBI.
The home run marked the second straight season he picked up a home run as his first hit.
Earned his first at-bat against South Dakota State (3/13).
2010 (Freshman at Creighton)
Appeared in 15 games, starting three.
Finished season tied for most pinch hits on the team with three.
Had walk-off RBI single in May 26 win over Bradley at the MVC
Tournament. It was his first hit since March 19.
Scored run as a pinch runner against New Orleans (5/21).
Made pinch running appearance against Nebraska (4/20), scoring winning run.
Made first collegiate start vs. Harvard (3/15), going 1-for-3.
Had a pinch-hit single appearance at UT-Arlington (3/10).
Hit first career home run on first pitch of his first college at-bat versus Southern Illinois-Edwardsville on Feb. 20.
2006-09 (Columbus High School)
Played baseball, basketball and football at Columbus High School in
Earned a second team All-State selection his senior season.
Holds Columbus High School records for home runs in a season with 11 and RBI in a season with 48.
Earned eight different Academic All-Conference awards in basketball (three), baseball (three) and football (two).
Also earned three letters in basketball and baseball as well as two in football.
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