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15   Tyler Holt
Tyler Holt


Gainesville, FL

High School:
Gainesville HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190


3 VL



Weaver Honored With Gold Glove

The junior right hander is the fourth Seminole to win the Rawlings Gold Glove Award.

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2010: Earned first team preseason All-America accolades from the NCBWA and Collegiate Baseball. 2009: Named a second team All-American by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball and the NCBWA...tabbed first team All-America honors from Ping! Baseball...recipient of the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Award for his outstanding defensive play in centerfield...finished the season with a .993 fielding percentage committing just one error in 142 fielding opportunities...tallied a pair of outfield assists...named to the All-ACC first team...earned second team ABCA All-Atlantic Region accolades...honored at the ACC Player of the Week on March 2...named to the NCAA Tallahassee All-Region Team...a Brooks Wallace Award Preseason Watch List candidate...named to the All-ACC first team by his sophomore campaign leading the team in hitting with a .401 average as he was one of just two Seminole student-athletes to start in all 63 games...collected 95 hits in 237 at-bats, recording 87 runs, 54 walks and 34 stolen bases...posted a .520 on-base percentage, the seventh highest recorded in a single-season at FSU...his 34 stolen bases ranked tied for ninth all-time in a single-season...finished the season as the ACC leader in runs scored, stolen bases, walks and on-base percentage, while ranking in the top 5 in batting average (3rd), doubles (3rd) and hits (t-3rd)...ranked among the national leaders in batting average, runs per game, runs, hits, doubles, on-base percentage, stolen bases per game, stolen bases, walks per game and walks...ranked in the top 15 in five of those categories including runs (t-2nd), walks (t-9th), on-base percentage (11th), stolen bases (12th) and runs per game (14th)...registered multiple hits in 27 of 63 games - tied a career-high with five hits against Auburn (2/27), his third five-hit game of his career...the next day against Auburn tied a career-high with four runs back to his freshman season in 2008, has reached base safely in 124 of 131 career games...two multi-home run games in 2009 connecting on a pair against Clemson (3/21) and at Miami (4/3)...led off game one of the Miami series with a solo home run - the first lead off home run by a Seminole since Tony Thomas Jr. in 2007...finished opening weekend against Hofstra with a team-high eight hits including a team-high four doubles...hit .714 in a three-game series against Auburn...continued his torrid hitting in the postseason recording a .522 (12-for-23) batting average in five NCAA Tournament games...finished the tournament with four multi-hit games including three, three-hit performances...scored 11 times, tallied six doubles, three RBI, three walks and was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases...closed out the season with back-to-back three hit games against Arkansas in the NCAA Super Regional. 2008: Second team Freshman All-American by the NCBWA...named to the Brooks Wallace Award Revised Watch List for National Player of the Year...finished the season with the second most walks in the nation at 64...drew a walk in 13 consecutive games and in 44 of 68 games...drew two or more walks in 17 games while posting a career-high three walks three times...also ranked nationally in walks per game (6th), runs scored (t-7th) and runs per game (28th)...ranked among the top 10 in the ACC in walks (2nd), runs scored (2nd) and on-base percentage (8th)...only one of two Seminoles to play and start in all 68 games...everyday starter in center field...reached base in every game during the regular season - a span of 55 straight games, the second longest streak in school leader with seven sacrifice hits and 11 total sacrifices on the year...had a fantastic postseason hitting .462 (19-for-41) in 10 games...registered 15 runs, 10 walks and an on-base percentage of .593...named to the NCAA Tallahassee All-Regional team as he hit .667 (14-for-21) with two doubles, six RBI and 11 runs scored...posted two five-hit games, the only Seminole to reach the five-hit plateau in 2008...the first came against Boston College - 5-for-5 with three singles, two doubles, a career-high three RBI and two runs scored...first Seminole since Tony McQuade (4/20/03) to record a perfect day at the plate...went 5-for-6 against Tulane in the championship game of the Tallahassee Regional...finished the season with 16 multiple hit games...tied a career-high with three RBI in the middle game against Georgia Tech...led all Seminoles in stolen bases with 15...stole home to break a 2-2 tie in the top of the seventh in a win at Jacksonville...hit the first Seminole home run of the season - a solo shot over the fence in right center on opening day against Duquesne...also hit a home run against Stetson and North Carolina...registered his first career walk-off hit sending a chopper down the line at third to score Luke Smierciak for the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th against Virginia...scored the game-winning run in a come-from-behind victory in the top of the ninth at Stetson on April 30...hit .444 in two games at the College World Series...collected three hits in the final game of the season against Miami...finished the year with 28 hits and 14 RBI in two-out situations...posted a percentage rate of .461 when reaching base as the lead off batter...hit a team-high .750 (6-for-8) with the bases loaded. TEAM USA: Hit .371 (33-for-89) in 22 games with Team USA over the summer of 2009...tallied five doubles, 14 RBI and scored 28 runs...drew 23 walks and was 19 of 21 in the stolen base department...played centerfield and helped the United States to a 19-5 record over the summer including a tournament victory at the World Baseball Championships in British the championship game against Germany, went 2-for-4 with a double, a run and two RBI. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner and starter at Gainesville High School...was named third team All-State as a freshman, second team All-State as a junior and earned first team All-State honors as a sophomore and senior...had a remarkable senior season as he hit .608 with six home runs, 42 RBI, and 32 stolen bases...was a member of the Spanish Honor Society and National Honor Society...finished high school with a 3.6 GPA and a weighted GPA of 3.92...also played two seasons of football including one-year on the varsity team. PERSONAL: Son of Kenny and Becky Holt...named to the All-ACC Academic Baseball Team in 2009...ACC Academic Honor Roll (2008-09) honoree...named to the Dean's List (Fall 2009)...member of the 3.0 GPA Club (Fall 2008, Spring 2009)...major is sport management...born on March 10, 1989.

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