Sophomore Season (2016)
Elite defensive shortstop had a breakout season at the plate as a sophomore • Started 53 games at shortstop and hit .337 with 14 doubles, two triples and four homers • Also drove in a team-best 53 runs and stole eight bases • Posted a .337/.402/.481 slash line • Had a big power surge late in the year, hitting all four of his home runs in the final 13 games, including a walk-off homer against Louisville on May 7 • Posted a scorching .466/.528/.724 slash line over the final 15 games on the season and drove in a team-high 22 runs during that span • Finished with 22 multi-hit games, including a career-high four hits against UNCW on April 26 and NC State on May 19 • Drove in multiple runs 15 times, including a career-best four at Duke on March 20 and at NCSU on May 20 • Made just 11 errors in 212 defensive chances and was part of 30 double plays • Hit .270 with four homers in the Cape Cod League for Brewster.
Freshman Season (2015)
Standout defensive infielder who started all 58 games as a true freshman • Started the season at third base before moving to shortstop for the final 43 games • Hit .246 with four doubles and 18 RBIs • Also scored 21 runs and stole 11 bases in 14 attempts • Had eight multi-hit games, including three-hit outings against Davidson (3/17) and Duke (3/7) • Drove in two runs on eight occasions • Led the ACC in sacrifice bunts with 15 • Hit his first career home run against Davidson (3/17) • Hit safely in 21 of 29 ACC contests.
Lake Brantley High School
Ranked the No. 2 middle infielder in Florida and the No. 6 middle infielder nationally by Perfect Game • 2013 Underclass High Honorable Mention and 2012 Underclass Honorable Mention by PG • Coached by Eric Entriken at Lake Brantley High School.
Logan Brock Warmoth is the son of Greg and Christie Warmoth • Birthday is Sept. 6 • Majoring in exercise and sport science at Carolina with a concentration in sport administration.
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