The Seminole assistant coach works with the hitters, oversees the catchers and serves as recruiting coordinator.
The Cavaliers hit three home runs to take game one of a doubleheader on Saturday.
The Florida State baseball head coach will host his final luncheon of the season on Tuesday, April 16 at 12:00 p.m.
Jose Brizuela collects three more hits, finishes the series hitting .818 against the Blue Devils.
Back-to-back home runs in the third inning pace Florida State in the victory.
2013: Started every game for the Seminoles for the second consecutive season...only Seminole to start every game and one of only two to play in every game (Marcus Davis)...started 62 of 64 games as catcher, with the other 2 coming as the DH...tied for first on the team with nine home runs, led the team in walks (55), tied for second on the team in runs scored (50) and third in doubles (16), RBI (52) and total bases (104)...finished fifth in the country in base on balls and third in the ACC...finished tied for eighth in the conference in home runs...hit his first career home run (in his 368th plate appearance) on March 5 against Presbyterian...registered his first career grand slam in a 12-9 win against Florida Gulf Coast on April 2...reached base in 22 consecutive games...registered a walk-off single against UCF on May 5 to give Florida State a 5-4 victory as the Seminoles scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth...had a season-best nine-game hitting streak from April 23 to May 8...finished the season hitting .286 overall and .284 in the ACC...batted .313 with runners in scoring position, including .500 (4-for-8) with the bases loaded...recorded a season-high four walks against Rhode Island on February 16...was 3-for-3 with two doubles, an RBI and a walk against Maryland on March 15...tallied a career-high four RBI twice, against Presbyterian on March 5 and against Florida Gulf Coast on April 2 (grand slam)...tied a career-high with three runs scored against Wake Forest on April 28 and at Stetson on May 7...was hit by a pitch 10 times, including twice against Clemson on May 17...finished his career with 27 hit by pitches...posted a .990 fielding percentage committing just five errors in 498 chances...threw out 33.3 percent of would-be base stealers on the year.
2012: Started all 67 games for the Seminoles in their run to the College World Series and a top four finish...one of just three players to start every game in 2012...every start came behind the plate...caught 576 innings of the 598.1 total innings played...finished the season hitting .230 (47-for-204) with nine doubles, 35 runs and 41 RBI...led the team with 16 HBP - fourth most in a single season at FSU - and with nine sac-flies...ranked third on the team with 61 walks...finished fourth in the ACC in walks and ninth in on-base percentage at .428...led the league in walks (32) and second in on-base percentage (.459) in ACC games...ranked nationally in base on balls (5th), sacrifice flies (11th), base on balls per game (14th) and hit by pitch (59th)...drew a walk in 41 of the 67 games that he played including 15 multi-walk games...recorded a career-high four walks in the opening game against Virginia (3/17)...drove in James Ramsey for the winning run in the eighth inning in game two against the Cavaliers (3/18) to break a 3-3 tie...went a perfect 4-for-4 with two doubles and two singles to lead FSU to a sweep at Georgia Tech (4/8)...also drove in a career-high three runs in the win over the Yellow Jackets...later tied that mark with three RBI against Stanford in game one of the Tallahassee Super Regional...scored a career-high three runs versus the Cardinal in the Super Regional clinching game...finished the two-game series against Stanford hitting .429 with four runs and five RBI...recorded a career-high 16 putouts thanks to 16 strikeouts in a win over Jacksonville (2/21)...closed out the year with a .983 fielding percentage...threw out 26.2 percent of would-be base stealers...registered two pickoffs...played over the summer with the Alexandria Beetles of the Northwoods League.
2011: Saw limited action during his sophomore campaign before suffering a season ending right shoulder injury...appeared in 10 games making one start...lone start came as the Seminole DH in the middle game against VMI...went 1-for-2 with a double, two RBI and a run scored in a win over the Cadets...finished the season hitting .111 (1-for-9)...posted a 1.000 fielding percentage as he was perfect from the field in 13 chances...recorded a season-high five putouts from behind the plate in the first game against Maine.
2010: Versatile freshman saw limited action, appearing in 19 games...made the most of his opportunities, batting .333 (4 for 12)...all four hits were doubles, contributing to his .667 slugging percentage...reached base 10 times in 18 plate appearances for a .556 OBP...saw action at first base and catcher...drew a walk in his first collegiate at-bat...registered a career-high five putout at first base in game 2 of a doubleheader against Hofstra...first career hit was a two-out double into the right field gap in the series finale against Georgia...doubled in the ninth inning of fame 2 at North Carolina after checking in at catcher in the eighth inning...reached base safely in both plate appearance against LeMoyne (5/2)...drew a bases loaded walk for an RBI in the seventh and followed with his fourth double of the season into the right-center gap in the eighth...played over the summer with the Orlando Mavericks of the Florida Collegiate Summer League.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of varsity baseball at Port St. Lucie High School...earned first team All-State accolades as a senior...named a second team All-State honoree as a junior...All-Conference as a sophomore, junior and senior and was an All-County honoree all four years...Honor Roll student; received Principal's Honor Roll throughout his senior year...nominee for Young Floridian.
PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Susan McGee...brother Mike was a two-way standout at FSU...member of the 3.0 GPA Club at FSU (Fall 2009, Spring 2011, Spring 2012)...majoring in hospitality management...left following his junior season to pursue a career in Major League Baseball...born February 7, 1991.