|| Jeff Boes
Seasons At Stanford: 2004-05
Final Career Stats
General: Should give the Cardinal added depth behind the plate Was impressive in fall workouts, showing solid defensive work and the ability to put the bat on the ball Expected to get increased playing time throughout his Cardinal career.
As A Freshman in 2005: Has a .250 batting average and two RBI in six games played Made his first collegiate start in Stanford's most recent game at Santa Clara (May 10).
Individual Game Notes (2005)
5/10 at Santa Clara - First collegiate start 2/18 at Texas - Pinch-hit single 2/12 vs. Kansas (Gm. 2) - Walked in first collegiate at bat and had RBI single in his next
High School: A 2004 graduate of Jesuit College Prep A 2004 All-State honorable mention selection by the Texas Sports Writers Association and First Team All-District choice as a senior, when he was also a finalist for his school's 2004 Jesuit Athlete of the Year Named one of the Top 15 Players in the Area to Watch in 2004 by the Dallas Morning News Was runner-up for the 2004 Metro-Dallas Davey O'Brien Scholar-Athlete Award for athletic and academic excellence Named to the 2003 Texas Private Sports First Team All-State squad as a junior Was chosen his team's MVP in both 2003 and 2004, as well as the squad's Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore in 2002 Hit .465 with 12 doubles, seven home runs and 30 RBI in his senior season, and .367 with eight doubles, three homers and 32 RBI in his junior year Batted .362 with five doubles, three homers, 23 RBI and a .565 slugging percentage in his sophomore campaign Led his team to the 2004 District 7-5A regional quarterfinals in the first year private schools were allowed to compete with public schools for the state title Selected his school's 2003 Jesuit Junior Scholar-Athlete of Year, awarded to the most outstanding athlete of the junior class Played two years on the basketball team, helping his squads to a combined 59-4 record - 26-1 in 2000-01 and 33-3 in 2001-02 Graduated valedictorian of his class Coached in baseball by Kevin Williamson.
Other Amateur Baseball: Selected by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association to represent Team Texas at the 2004 All-Star Sunbelt Classic Tournament, helping them to a third-place finish Spent two summers playing with the Dallas Panthers (2003, '04) under coaches Omar and Ramsey Washington and Jeff Shelton Played with the Dallas Mustangs during the summer of 2002 and competed at the Super Series in East Cobb, Georgia.
MLB First-Year Player Draft: Has never been drafted.
Getting To Know Jeff Boes
|Parents:||Charles and Christine Boes|
|Contemplated Profession:||Orthopedic Surgeon|
|Best Advice Received:||You're only as good as your next at bat|
|Advice To Youngsters:||Be passionate about everything you are involved in and never give up on your dreams|
|The things I love most about sports are:||The chance to win and the opportunity to learn from failure|
|Earliest Baseball Memory:||Hitting a whiffle ball and playing catch with my brother|
|The reason I love baseball is:||The game is so intricate; you must be smart, skillful and athletic to compete|
|The thing that sets Stanford Baseball apart from other collegiate baseball programs is:||Its tradition of excellence and the indisputable work ethic that generate its success|
|I am most thankful in my life for:||All that my family has done and sacrificed for me, so that I can be here today|
|Favorite Movie:||Bull Durham|
|Did You Know:||Jeff is a published author|
Last Updated: January 3, 2006