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  #28 Kyle Johnson
Senior
Catcher - C
Height: 6-1
Weight: 255
Bats/Throws - R/R
Hometown: Cambridge, Minn.
High School: Cambridge- Isanti H.S. ('05)
Major: Economics

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Batting Statistics
Year
GP
Avg
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
TB
SLG
BB
HBP
2009
33
.404
94
29
38
9
0
14
36
89
.947
24
6
2008
32
.450
109
36
49
3
1
5
37
79
.725
11
2
2007
32
.360
100
18
36
7
1
3
22
54
.540
12
0
2006
30
.215
79
12
17
4
1
1
11
26
.329
12
3
Total
127
.382
382
95
140
33
3
23
106
248
.649
59
11
Year
GP
SO
GDP
OB%
SF
SH
SB-ATT
PO
A
E
FLD%
2009
33
16
1
.540
2
0
0-0
117
18
2
.985
2008
32
20
0
.496
3
0
1-1
150
15
3
.982
2007
32
11
0
.429
0
0
0-1
128
20
5
.949
2006
30
15
2
.333
2
1
1-1
100
24
4
.969
Total
127
62
3
.458
7
1
2-3
495
77
17
.971
 

2009: Named to the ABCA All-Amierican Third Team...named to the ABCA All-Midwest Region First Team ...named the All-Midwest Region Position Player of the Year...named the MIAC Player of the Year...named to the MIAC All-Conference Team...signed a pro contact with the F-M RedHawks on May 6...set a school record for home runs in a season by hitting 14 long balls on the year...set the program record for slugging percentage in a single season (.947)... third in all of NCAA Division III this season in slugging percentage...11th in the nation in home runs...was seventh in the nation in home runs per game (0.42) and 27th in on-base percentage (.540)... finished the season with a .404 average and drove in a team-high 36 runs...also collected a career-high 89 total bases...named the MIAC Player of the Week on Apr. 27 after producing a five-home run week.

2008: Named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Midwest Region Second Team ...named to the MIAC All-Conference Team...led the MIAC in hitting with a .507 average in conference games...also led the MIAC in slugging percentage (.881), RBI (24), home runs (5) and total bases (59)....named the MIAC Player of the Week on Apr. 7...led the team in hitting for the second straight season with a career-high .450 average...also led the team in hitting, slugging percentage (.725), on-base percentage (.496), runs scored (36), hits (49), RBI (37), doubles (13), home runs (5) and total bases (79)...set a school record by hitting safely in 20 consecutive games...thre out seven of the 31 runners that tried to steal...played in 32 games for the Cobbers and started 28 of them.

2007: Named to the MIAC All-Conference Team...tied for fifth in the MIAC in walks in league games...led the team in hitting with a .360 average...also led the team in hits (36), HR (3), RBI (22), total bases (54), slugging pct. (.540) and on-base pct. (.429)...threw out seven out of 18 runners that tried to steal...second in the MIAC in putouts among catchers.

2006: Played in 30 games and started 28 for the Cobbers...had a batting average of .215 on 79 at-bats...had 17 hits including 4 doubles, a triple and a homerun...collected 11 RBI...fielding percentage of .969 and slugging percentage of .329.

Personal: Letter winner in baseball, wrestling, and football...2-time All-Conference in wrestling and baseball...All-Conference and All-Section in football...son of Joel and Lisa....enjoys watching movies, Playing Darts and pool

Why did you choose to come to Concordia? "The chance to play 2 sports and because it has a very good academic tradition and reputation."

The JOHNSON File:

Nickname: Big Papi

One word that best describes me: Enthusiastic

Place I would most like to visit: Australia

Favorite Food: Steak and Pototoes

Favorite Restaurant: Subway

Favorite TV show: 24, Sportscenter, The Office

Favorite movies: Bull Durham

Favorite Book: The 33 Year Old Rookie

Favorite Holiday: Christmas

One thing I can't live without: water

Favorite musical groups: Nickleback, Daughtry

Best class ever taken at Concordia: Money, Banking and Financial Investments

Greatest personal sports moment: leading the MIAC in hitting last year

Nobody knows how much I like to: play video games

The biggest influence on my baseball career: Varsity assistant coach, Mike Bugloff

If I were to play another sport, it would be: Wrestling

Favorite Pro Sports Team: Boston Red Sox

My dream job is: Sports Agent

Before each game I: listen to my I-pod

What is your greatest fear: Not finding a job

One thing I absolutley have to do before I turn 40: sky dive

This summer I: plan to play baseball

 
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