Infield/Right Handed Pitcher
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 182
Year: Senior
Hometown: Falls Church, Va.
High School: Paul VI


Career Stats (PDF)

2014: Led the Hawks with 27 appearances on the mound, all in relief...Posted a sparkling 1.80 earned run average in 35 innings while notching three saves...Held opposing hitters to a .167 average...Had six outings of at least two innings...Tossed three scoreless innings in the Hawks' Liberty Bell Classic semifinal win at Penn on April 8...Struck out four in two and a third innings to earn the save against La Salle on April 25...Also rapped a pair of singles in six at bats.

2013: Appeared in 17 games in the field and 10 on the mound...Earned the win in a 12-inning victory over Massachusetts on April 26...Had a two-hit game against the Minutemen the following day...Struck out three in an inning and a third at Rider on April 30.

2012: Ranked third among Hawk rookies in games played and at bats... Drove in four runs, tied for the highest single-game mark on the team, in the win over Bucknell on March 25...Notched three hits in a loss to Saint Peter’s on March 18...Went 3-for-3 with a run scored in a March 31 loss to Rhode Island...Also contributed on the mound...Tossed two scoreless innings for a save against Maryland Eastern Shore on March 11...Earned a save with a scoreless frame in the bottom of the 13th as the Hawks defeated Saint Louis on April 5.

High School: Became the career home run leader at Paul VI in 2011... Conference Player of the Year as a senior...Twice named to the All-WCAC First Team and also earned All-State honors as a junior and senior...Also selected to the Washington Post All-Met Second Team as a senior... Second Team All-State as a sophomore as Paul VI won its second straight state title...Also holds the career record for games played...Was a member of the indoor track and field squad for two seasons.

Personal: Majoring in business...Son of Denise Bagayoko and Paul Veeder.

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