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Mustang Legend
Baseball
Evan McDole
Photos Courtesy Of
Mr. Tim Cooper
Evan McDole's Career Statistics
Single Season Records
Most Doubles   -   16   -   2003
Most Runs Scored  -  40  -  2004
Tied With Justin Seiter and Ryan Studer

Career Records
Batting Average  -  .451
Hits  -  174
Doubles  -  49
Home Runs  -  24
Tied WIth Justin Seiter
RBIs  -  139
Runs Scored  -  118

NKCA
Northern Kentucky Player of the Year
2004 and 2005

Kentucky Post
Northern Kentucky All-Star
2003 - 2004 - 2005
Honors
Freshmen Season  -  2002
38th District - All District Team
Tied School Record For Doubles With 13
Mustangs Most Valuable Offensive Player

Sophomore Season - 2003
All-NKAC Division II - Outfield
1st Team Kentucky Post All-Stars
38th District  -  All District Team
Led Northern Kentucky In Extra Base Hits - 21
Set School Record For Doubles - 16
Mustangs Most Valuable Offensive Player

Junior Season  -  2004
NKAC - Division II - Player of the Year
NKCA - Division II - Player of the Year
1st Team - Kentucky State Junior All-Star
1st Team - Northern Kentucky Junior All-Star
1st Team - Kentucky Post All-Stars - Outfield
1st Team - NKAC Division II  -  1st Base
38th District - All District Team
10th Region All "A" Tournament Team
Evan McDole will go down in modern Mustang baseball history as
perhaps the most prolific four-year varsity baseball player to ever wear
Mustang green.  From day one he was a major contributor on the
varsity level batting .370 in 113 trips to the plate as a freshman, tying a
school record with 13 doubles, hitting 2 home runs, scoring 22 runs and
knocking in 24.  For his efforts he was named his team's Most
Valuable Offensive Player.

 In his sophomore year he was recognized as one of the top players in
Northern Kentucky, being named All-Conference and to the
unclassified
Kentucky Post All-Star Team.  During that season he led all
of Northern Kentucky in extra base hits with 21 while setting a school
record with 16 doubles.  He hit a whopping .467 garnering 49 hits in 105
at bats, knocking in 32 and scoring 24.  Again he was named his team's
Most Valuable Offensive Player.

 As a Junior Evan managed to inprove his batting average to .489,
going 45 of 92 at the plate while swatting 12 home runs, narrowly
missing Justin Seiter's season home run mark of 13.   
He added 12 more doubles to his career two-base
hit totals and knocked in 54 Mustangs while
scoring 40 times himself, tying a school record
that he shares with Ryan Studer and Justin
Seiter.  Now being recognized as a top hitting
threat by his peers, he drew 20 walks.  He led all
of Northern Kentucky in Home Runs,  RBIs, and
Runs Scored.  He also eclipsed the 1.000 slugging
percentage standard, recording a near-impossible
1.011.
 Evan was named the PLAYER OF THE YEAR in
Division II by the Northern Kentucky Coaches
Association and the Northern Kentucky Athletic
Conference, honors that he would duplicate
during his senior season.  He again repeated as a
Kentucky Post All-Star, which is an unclassified
award limited to the top ten players in Campbell,
Kenton, and Boone Counties and was named to
both the Northern Kentucky Junior All-Star
Team and the 24 Player KENTUCKY STATE
Junior All-Star Team.  For the third consecutive
time he would be named his team's MVP.
Evan would cap off his brilliant baseball career at Brossart High School as a senior in 2005 by hitting .483, going 43 of
89 despite being pitched around on 25 occasions when he drew bases on balls and the four times that he was hit by a
pitch.  Despite this McDole managed 8 doubles, a triple, and five home runs, knocking in 29 teammates, and scoring
32 runs.  His career batting average is an amazing .451 which now stands as a school record as is his career doubles
mark of 49, eclipsing the old doubles standard of 26 by TWENTY-THREE.  His career total of 24 home runs ties the
all-time Brossart home run mark held by Justin Seiter and he holds the distinction of knocking in and scoring the
most runs of any Brossart Mustang who has preceeded him.  To demonstrate his versatility he even managed to steal
13 bases in four seasons.  He was again named Division II Player of the Year by both the NKAC and the NKCA as well
as 1st Team Kentucky Post All-Stars and was named to the Northern Kentucky Senior All-Star Team.  He finished out
his career by being named the Most Valuable Player of his Mustang team for the fourth consecutive year.
 In additon to being a standout athlete on the field Evan maintained a perfect attendence record throughout his high
school career and was a first honor student and member of the National Honor Society.
 During his career he played on one District Championship Team, a District Runner-Up Squad, in Two Regional
Tournaments, on two 10th Region All "A" Classic Championship Teams, and one 9th/10th Sectiontional All "A"
Championship Team.  He played at Applebee's Park in the All "A" State Tournament on three occasions.
 On Monday, April 25th, 2005 among family, friends, and fans Evan signed a four year, full-ride, scholarship to play
his college baseball at Northern Kentucky Univeristy.         
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Did you know that during his baseball and basketball career Evan McDole has been called or referred to on these pages
or on broadcasts of games as Evan McSwat, McDawg, McDinger, McDouble, McDominator, McMasher, McRibbie,
McSwish, McSlam, McRebound, McBaseball, McBoss, McSlugger, McYard, or simply "Big Dawg McDole."
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