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#21 Jake Magner
Position: Infield
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
Hometown: Grand Rapids, Minn.
High School: Grand Rapids High School
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Jake Magner Bio
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 01/25/2010

 

2010: Earned first team All-Great West accolades after setting a trio of UND single-season records: hits (73), home runs (21) and total bases (73) … Led the GWC with those 21 home runs and dded 59 RBI –third-highest single season total at UND … Also set single-game records for home runs (four) and RBI (9) vs. New York Tech (April 24) … Earned four National Player of the Week honors and the GWC Player of the Week honor following the New York Tech series …Went 10-for-18 with six home runs, 14 RBI and 10 runs during the four-game set with the Bears … Overcame a season-opening 2-for-25 slump to finish with a .345 average overall and a team-best .407 clip in GWC play ... Hit a team-leading .453 off lefthanders (24-for-53) … Only 15 Division I players hit more home runs last season and his 14 home runs in league play also topped the GWC charts … Led the club with 23 multiple-hit games, including nine three-hit contests and a pair of four-hit outings … Posted four multiple-home run games and 12 multiple-RBI games, including five four-RBI games … First of those four-RBI games was part of 3-for-5 effort with a pair of home runs at Oral Roberts (March 28) … Went 4-for-5 with six RBI and a home run at Utah Valley (April 11) … Raised his average from .297 to .345 during a 10-game hitting streak (23-for-47, .489, four home runs, 14 RBI) at the beginning of May … Set the single-season home run record during a 2-for-5, four-RBI effort against Utah Valley at the GWC Tournament (May 27) … Tied the record earlier in the tournament against Houston Baptist (May 26) … Closed the season hitting safely in the final nine contests (14-for-35, .400) … Broke his own UND fielding records with 453 putouts and 477 chances (.996 fielding percentage, only two errors) … During the summer, earned a spot on the Coastal Plain All-Star Team for the second straight season ... Earned third letter.

 

2009: Earned first team All-Independent honors after leading the Sioux in nearly every offensive category …  Twice named Great West Player of the Week (March 30 and April 20) … Earned Team MVP honors after ranking first on the club in home runs (10), RBI (51), hits (66), batting average (.393), slugging percentage (.673), on-base percentage (.459), total bases (113) and triples (two) … His 66 hits and 51 RBI both tied for the fourth-best totals in UND single-season history …  Held down the No. 3 spot in the batting order in all 43 games – only Sioux player to manage that feat … Started 42 of 43 games at first base and served one game as the designated hitter … Led the team with 21 multi-hit games and 16 multi-RBI games … Posted a team best 15-game hitting streak during the season … Went 28-for-62 (.452) with five home runs and 20 RBI during the streak … Belted a three-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to lift Sioux to first Division I victory at Missouri State (March 6) … Went 7-for-9 with eight RBI in doubleheader at Concordia (April 18) … Closed the season hitting safely in four-game series (6-for-15, seven RBI) at Northern Iowa (May 8-10) … Scored a career-high three runs in a 12-4 win over the Panthers (G2, May 9) … Had a pair of four-hit contests at Concordia (G2, April 18) and at South Dakota State (G2, April 20) … Set the school single-season records for chances (407) and putouts (386) … Earned a spot on the Coastal Plain American All-Star team … Played first base for the Edenton (N.C.) Steamers and led the league with 12 home runs during the 2009 Summer League ... Earned second letter.

 

2008: Only saw action in nine games due to injury ... Made seven starts and batted .524, going 11-for-21 in his limited action ... Collected three extra-base hits, including a pair of doubles and his first collegiate home run ... Homer came during an 11-1 victory over Minnesota, Crookston (Mar. 30) and proved to be the game-winning hit in the third inning ... Earned first letter.

 

2007: Redshirted.

 

Before UND: Earned four letters in baseball and three letters in basketball ... Was named the Hibbing Tribune Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006...Was named to the all-state tournament team in 2005 ... Was named a Minnesota Baseball Coaches All-star ... Played in the Lions All-Star game ... As a senior, Magner hit .420 with six home runs and 34 RBI.

 

Personal: A 2006 graduate of Grand Rapids High School ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Son of Jeff and Heidi Magner.


Magner's Career Overall Statistics:

Year

  GP-GS

  Avg.

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB

2008

9-7

.524

21

5

11

2

0

1

5

0

3

0

2009

43-43

.393

168

30

66

13

2

10

51

20

12

4

2010

53-53

.346 

211

49

73

10

0

21

59

16

18

1

Totals

105-103

.375

400

84

150

25

2

32

115

36

33

5

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