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Dylan Kelly
Dylan Kelly

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Roswell, Ga.

High School:
Centennial

Last College:
Middle Georgia CC

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 200

Position:
C

B/T:
L/R


06/30/2014

Anderson, Kelly Begin Pro Careers With CornBelters

Former Tiger standouts will play in the Frontier League.

06/05/2014

Mizzou Baseball Ready for 2014 Major League Draft

Several Tigers expect to hear their names called over the next two days.

05/17/2014

Tigers Drop Season Finale To No. 24 Arkansas in Extras

Eric Anderson and Keaton Steele both shined as Mizzou fell in extras.

05/16/2014

Arkansas Takes Friday Contest Over Mizzou, 4-0

Mizzou tallied only three hits in Friday night's contest.

05/16/2014

Mizzou 0, Arkansas 4

Notes

05/15/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Arkansas - May 15, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Arkansas

05/04/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Vanderbilt - May 4, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Vanderbilt

05/03/2014

Missouri Baseball vs Vanderbilt - Game 2 - May 3, 2014

Missouri vs Vanderbilt

05/02/2014

Missouri Baseball vs Vanderbilt - Game 1 - May 2, 2014

Missouri vs Vanderbilt

04/29/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO - April 29, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO

2014
• Boasted a team-high .330 season average at the plate while starting 46 games as Mizzou's No. 1 catcher ... His .330 average was fourth among SEC catchers.
• Led the team with 13 doubles and 59 hits in 179 at bats with 27 RBI's.
• Accumulated a team-leading .453 slugging percentage, as well as a .405 OBP.
• Shared a team-high three homeruns with Eric Anderson.
• Ended the season on a career-high 11-game hitting streak, as well as leading the team with 17 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games. At one point in the year had an 18 game on-base streak.
• Was one of the most clutch hitters for Mizzou to say the least, batting .339 with runners in scoring position, as well as .478 when leading off an inning.
• Went 3-for-4 in an 8-3 victory against Kentucky with one run and a walk (4/13)

2013
• Hit .287 in 178 at-bats while starting in 49 games and playing in all 50 as the team's No. 1 catcher.
• Was second on the team with eight doubles and had nine extra-base hits on the season after adding his first career homer - a three run shot to right - at Tennessee (3/23).
• Drove in 27 runs while scoring 20 more and posting 14 multi-hit games on the season.
• Led Mizzou with eight multi-RBI games as well.
• Had a team-best .997 fielding percentage on the season as he had just one error while playing nearly every game at catcher and led Mizzou with 310 putouts.
• At points of the season, he was second among SEC catchers in batting, trailing only Ole Miss' Stuart Turner.
• Went 3-for-6 with two runs and five RBI with a double and a homer in game two of a doubleheader against Tennessee (3/23) - the five RBI in that game were a career-best.
• Had a pair of doubles in a 4-1 win over South Carolina in game two of a doubleheader (3/16).

Junior College
• Led Middle Georgia College and the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association in batting average, ranking among the top 15 nationally with his .429 clip.
• He hit 12 doubles, one homer and drove in 33 runs to go along with his league-best .429 batting average.
• Second Team All-Conference selection as a sophomore in 2012.

High School
• Was a .386 career hitter with 10 homeruns during his tenure at Centennial High School under head coach Billy Nicholson.
• Tallied a .328 batting average with two homers and 31 runs driven in during his senior season at Centennial.
• Played varsity baseball in all four years at Centennial and was a Georgia Top-100 player as selected by the Georgia Dugout Club.
• All-Region catcher in 2009 and was an All-Region outfielder in 2008.
• Also played ice hockey and was the leading scorer in the Southeast Conference for three straight seasons.
• All-Region catcher as a senior in 2010 as selected by the region's coaches.
• Selected to Team Georgia by the Georgia State High School Association.

Personal
• Born June 5, 1991, to parents Brian and Sherry Kelly in Huntsville, Ala.
• Father, Brian, was a collegiate hockey player at Alabama-Huntsville and played professionally in Europe.
• Plans to major in communications while at Mizzou

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