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  Scott Dragicevich
Scott Dragicevich

Player Profile
Westlake, CA

High School:
Westlake HS




Professional Baseball Career - Signed a professional baseball contract with the Toronto Blue Jays' organization in June of 2002 after being selected in the 36th round of the 2002 MLB First-Year Player Draft ... Had an excellent first season in the minor leagues during the summer of 2002 by hitting .303 with six homers, 37 RBI and seven stolen bases with the Medicine Hat Blue Jays of the Rookie Pioneer League, before being moved up to the Short Season A Auburn Doubledays to finish the season ... Hit .167 in a short stint with the Doubledays, who qualified for the first round of the playoffs.

Cardinal Career (1999-2002) - Finished his four-year collegiate career with a .315 batting average, 10 homers, 71 RBI and nine stolen bases ... Also added 32 doubles, two triples and 41 bases on balls in 155 games and 132 starts ... Moved to third base during the second half of his senior year after starting every game at shortstop as a junior ... Started on opening day at either second base or shortstop all four years ... Graduated in June of 2002 with a Bachelor's degree in Economics.

As a Senior in 2002 - All-NCAA Regional selection ... Also named the team's Most Inspirational Player ... Ranked second on the team with a .350 batting average and tied for third with 17 doubles after a late-season resurgence ... Raised his average 42 points from a season-low of .308 on April 26 to its final .350 by hitting safely in 21 of his last 25 games (.419, 39-93, 7 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 23 RBI, SB) after regaining a spot in the starting lineup at third base following his replacement at shortstop after 91 consecutive starts at the position ... Ranked second on the club with a .387 Pac-10 batting average, adding four homers and 15 RBI ... Tied for fourth on the club with 20 multiple-hit games, including seven three-hit contests (tied for third on the team) ... Played in 56 games with 52 starts ... Had a season-high-tying nine-game hit streak (5/19 - 6/8), going 17-for-39 (.436) with two doubles, two homers, a stolen base and 12 RBI ... Tied a career-high with four hits (4-4, 2 RBI) versus USC in the Super Regional clincher (6/8) and was 5-for-7 (.714) in the two-game NCAA Super Regional ... Was 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI in the regular season finale versus Washington State (5/26) ... Was 3-for-6 with a triple, homer and three RBI at UCLA (5/19) ... Posted his first of two nine-game hit streaks (5/3 - 5/17), going 17-for-34 (.500) with four doubles, three homers and 10 RBI ... Was 3-for-5 with a pair of RBI at UCLA (5/17) ... Was 3-for-4 with a double, homer and three RBI at Nevada (5/14) ... Hit his first career grand slam and first homer of the season to spark Stanford's 13-6 comeback win over California (5/4) before coming back the next day (5/5) with a solo homer ... Was 3-for-4 with two doubles in the series opener versus California (5/3) ... Made his first start of the season at third base at Oregon State (4/28) after nine consecutive games out of the starting lineup and was 3-for-5 ... Walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the sixth inning to break up a scoreless tie in a 4-1 win over USF (4/2) ... Drove in the game-winning run in a 12-10 Stanford win at USC (3/23 - Game 2) with an RBI single in the top of the 11th inning ... Was 3-for-3 with a double and a triple versus Brigham Young (2/12) ... Had five consecutive two-hit games (2/1 - 2/9) to open the season ... Made only seven errors defensively in 187 chances for a .963 fielding percentage ... Played in 20 straight games without an error (3/24 - 5/14) ... First Team Pac-10 All-Academic selection.

As a Junior in 2001 - Had a breakthrough season, earning the team's starting shortstop role and never relinquishing it on his way to a .320 batting average, five homers, 34 RBI and six stolen bases ... Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 and Second Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... One of only two Cardinal players (along with fellow middle infielder Chris O'Riordan) to start all 68 games, all at shortstop ... Had an excellent season defensively, putting together three separate streaks of 10 or more consecutive games without an error, including a season-high 12 straight errorless contests (1/26 - 2/18) ... Had one of the team's most memorable moments of the season when he snagged a line drive for the final out in the NCAA Super Regional, clinching a 3-2 win over South Carolina (6/3) and sending the Cardinal to the College World Series for the third straight year ... Tied for third on the team with 81 hits (#9-T, Pac-10), while adding 14 doubles and 47 runs scored ... Hit safely in 53 of 68 games, including a career-high 12-game hit streak (2/26 - 3/27) as he was 16-for-45 (.356) with three doubles, a homer, seven RBI and two stolen bases over the stretch ... Picked up his first career four-hit game (4-5, 2B, 2 RBI) in a wild 18-13 win at Nevada (4/10) ... Singled home the eventual winning run and was 3-for-3 with two RBI in a 5-4 Stanford victory over Arizona (5/11) ... Lifted Stanford to a 5-3, 10-inning win at San Jose State (4/3) with a two-out, two-RBI single in the top of the 10th inning ... Scored a career-high four runs against Oregon State (4/14), tied for the most by any Cardinal player in 2001 ... Had a pair of seven-game hit streaks (1/21 - 2/4, 4/22 - 5/2) ... Had four other (five total) three-hit performances (vs. USC, 3/10 - 3-4; at Texas, 2/16 - 3-5, RBI; vs. Florida State, 2/11 - 3-4; at Fresno State, 1/27 - 3-4, 2B) ... Finished with 21 multiple-hit games, ranking fifth on the club ... Committed just 14 errors in 68 starts at shortstop for a .952 fielding percentage ... Hit .306 with a homer and 11 RBI in Pac-10 games.

As a Sophomore in 2000 - Hit .136 with a double and an RBI in limited playing time ... Battled for the starting job at second base early in the year, starting the season-opener at Fresno State ... Was 1-for-2 and was hit by two pitches at Fresno State (1/29) ... Doubled in his only at bat at Santa Clara (5/9).

As a Freshman in 1999 - Received limited playing time as a backup middle infielder, hitting .148 in 15 games and seven starts ... Started the team's season-opener at shortstop ... Put together a three-game hit streak (2/6 - 2/10).

High School - A 1998 graduate of Westlake High School ... Three-time All-County and All-League selection ... Named the best shortstop in the San Fernando Valley ... Listed among the Top 100 High School Prospects by Baseball America in February of 1998 ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Class valedictorian with a 4.0 GPA ... Coached by Chuck Berrington.

Amateur Summer Baseball - Did not play in the summer of 2001 while recuperating from a back injury ... Played in the summer of 2000 with the Alaska Glacier Pilots of the Alaska Baseball League, hitting .202 with a double, triple, home run and eight RBI in 31 games ... Played in the summer of 1999 for the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod League, earning team MVP honors ... Hit .400 with 15 doubles and 10 stolen bases for the Mary Star Connie Mack squad that finished third in the Southern California playoffs during the summer of 1998.

Personal - Born June 28, 1980 ... Son of Chuck and Shirley Dragicevich ... Comes from an athletic family ... Brother, Jeff, is a junior infielder this season at California ... Father was a swimmer at UCLA ... Great grandfather, Mickey Reed, participated in baseball, rugby, and track and field at Stanford ... Cousin, Ray Bergstrom, attended Stanford ... Favorite sports team is the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Dragicevich's Final Career Stats

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