Michael Guy
Michael  Guy


Lake Ariel, Pa.

Last College:
Salem C.C.

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 185




UMES Baseball vs. Niagara; Feb. 28, 2009

See the action when the Hawks took on the Purple Eagles.

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

2008: Appeared in 47 games, starting 36 ... Hit .157 in 102 at-bats ... Collected 16 hits, scoring nine runs ... Drove in two and had one double and one triple ... Walked 16 times and was hit by a pitch on eight occasions ... Was successful on 3-of-4 stolen-base attempts and also had a .317 on-base percentage ... Enjoyed a three-hit game on March 15 at St, Joseph's ... Had one hitting streak of two games against Delaware State on March 29-30 ... Picked two runners off from behind the plate ... Had a .952 fielding percentage and cut down 15 would-be base stealers.

Salem C.C.

2007: Attended Salem C.C. where he was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and received Dean's List honors as a freshman and sophomore.

High School: Attended Wallenpaupack Area H.S. in Lake Ariel, Pa. ... Received letters in baseball, soccer and football ... Led his team to a conference championship his freshman year ... Received the Coach's Award his junior year and Team MVP honors his senior year ... Was a first team all-conference selection his junior and senior seasons ... Led the team in walks, on base percentage, runs scored, and steals his senior year.

Personal: Born October 8, 1986 in New York, N.Y. ... Son of Michael and Carolyn Guy ... Head coach of Paupack Junior Legion team ... Major is English Education.

Out of the Park: Athletic goal for the season: Win more games, have a better batting average and compete in and win the MEAC. Hobbies outside of sports: Fishing, going to concerts, boating and jet skiing. Best sports moment: Winning the 2007 Garden State Athletic Conference Championship. Person who has influenced me the most: All my family and friends that have contributed to my success and where I am in life today. Best advice received/favorite saying: "Don't talk about it, be about it,"/"If it was easy, everybody would do it." Favorite book: Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. When I Graduate college, I plan to: Teach English and become a baseball coach.

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