JUNIOR (2006): Edgar Sucre made 27 appearances and 11 starts as a junior...recorded a .119 batting average with five hits, including one double and one homerun...tallied 129 putouts at first base and contributed to 13 double plays...recorded a career-best 17 putouts in a 12-inning, 2-1 loss to Vanderbilt...scored three times and recorded a team-high nine putouts in a 10-5 win over Sacred Heart...had two RBIs in an 8-1 victory over Seton Hall...helped the Panthers battle back from a 13-run deficit with a three-run homer in a 17-14 loss to Kent State...compiled five double-digit putout games.
SOPHOMORE (2005): Edgard Sucre saw action in 28 games in his second season with 15 starts at first base for the Panthers...had 11 hits and hit .224, with two doubles, a triple and a home run...posted a .409 on-base percentage, including 16 walks, and was one of the team's top fielders with a .993 fielding percentage (one error in 141 chances)...enjoyed a career-best four-game hitting streak to close the regular season, hitting .384 with a home run and five runs scored...hit his first career home run in a win over Georgetown, driving in two...had two hits, including a triple, and scored twice in Pitt's second-game win of a doubleheader sweep vs. Notre Dame...also had two hits vs. Boston College...finished with two RBIs and one run scored in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Canisius.
FRESHMAN (2004): Sucre played in 22 games, starting three at first base...had three hits on the year...scored three runs and had one RBI.
HIGH SCHOOL: Had a .622 batting average his senior season...hit nine HRs and recorded 54 RBIs...named first team all-state and first team all-county as a senior...garnered first team academic honors.
PERSONAL: Born July, 23, 1985...son of Edgard and Mariela Sucre...has one brother and one sister...undecided major.
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