ACC Play Continues as Panthers Host Fighting Irish
RS JUNIOR (2010)
Zach Duggan batted .346 during the season and led the team with 25 stolen bases...his batting average was nearly 100 points higher than his average of .266 last year...second on the team with five triples...started all 56 games in 2010... his 52 RBI on the year was nearly double his production the previous two seasons...recorded a stolen a base on 25 of 28 attempts...was named to the Big East Conference Weekly Honor Roll on both April 19 and May 3.
RS SOPHOMORE (2009)
Zach Duggan started 37 games for the Panthers and appeared in 43 games...went 3-for-3 with a walk and scored two runs in a 15-7 win versus Notre Dame on March 28... posted an on-base percentage of .338 and a slugging percentage of .325...scored two runs and drove in two more while going 4-for-8 in a double header against Georgetown on May 2...accumulated 11 multi-hit outings...batted .286 (12-for-42) with runners in scoring position.
RS FRESHMAN (2008)
Duggan started 21 of the 35 games he played last season for the Panthers...posted a .266 batting average on 79 plate appearances...was successful on five of seven stolen base attempts... carried a .979 fielding percentage, committing just one error on the year with 44 putouts...went 3-for-5 with two RBI vs. Penn State on April 9...had a perfect 3-for-3 day at the plate, scoring one run and recording one RBI in a 17-11 win against Georgetown on April 26.
Redshirted during the 2007 season.
HIGH SCHOOL Duggan was a captain of the Seneca Valley High School baseball team...batted .360 as a junior and .390 as a senior...holds school record for most stolen bases...earned first team all-conference honors as a senior...was also named captain of the football team...holds four receiving records...named first team all-conference in both his junior and senior seasons.
Born March 25, 1988...son of Richard and Elaine Duggan...has three siblings, Dom (23), Katie (19) and Joe (15)...a history major.
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