2017 Baseball
1 Noah Boser OF
2 Tommy Geisenhof RHP
3 Ben Boser INF/RHP
4 Connor McNallan INF/RHP
5 Cole Easley OF
6 Nick Hovila OF
7 Collin Eckman INF
8 Isaiah Grancorvitz C
9 Mitchell Annis RHP
10 Drake Wawro INF
11 Scott Litchy OF/RHP
12 Matt Mastantuono INF
13 Duane Miller INF
14 Ryan Fransen RHP
15 Alec Meyer LHP
16 Ryan Rumpca INF
17 Kai Haake OF
20 Jack Wittwer INF/RHP
21 Will Thurston RHP
22 Luke Benge RHP
23 Kyle Zierden LHP
24 Drew Phillips RHP
25 Logan Riedel OF/RHP
26 Bazil Zuehlke INF
27 Michael Herd RHP
28 Jack Stigman RHP
29 Mason Bellew INF
30 Jake Olson RHP
33 Terry Hadden RHP/OF
36 Gunner Olszewski C/OF
44 Trent McDougall LHP/INF
RS Owen Anderson OF
RS Cullen Bruce RHP
RS Aaron Drotts INF
RS Noah Hittle C
RS Hunter Lake INF
RS Caleb Manecke C
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Collin Eckman

#7 Collin Eckman

HOMETOWN Little Falls, Minn.

2017 (Senior): Named to 2017 All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Second Team... Started all 48 games played in at shortstop... Led BSU with 131 fielding assists (third in the NSIC), 53 hits and four sacrifice bunts... Ranked second on team with a .323 batting average, 164 at-bats, 71 total bases, 48 starts and nine doubles... Finished third on the team with a .433 slugging percentage, .374 on-base percentage and three home runs... Ranked fourth on the team with 183 total plate appearances, 26 runs scored and 24 RBI... Finished with 15 multiple-hit games, including the team's only five-hit performance May 4, 2017 at St. Cloud State University... Capped his career third all-time in program history in fielding assists and fifth in most double plays turned.

2016 (Junior): Started and played in 45 games… Hit .257 from the plate with 37 total base knocks… Drove in 15 RBI and scored 27 runs… Notched 10 extra-base hits, including eight doubles, one triple and one home run… Finished with a .366 on-base percentage and a .347 slugging percentage… Recorded a .918 fielding percentage on 58 putouts and 133 assists… Tallied a career high two doubles and one triple April 15 versus University of Sioux Falls.

2015 (Sophomore): Played in 25 games and started 21... Batted .289 with 22 hits, including three doubles and five home runs to lead the team... Charted 76 at bats, scored 10 runs and and had 16 RBIs to end the year... Was 1-for-1 on stolen bases... Recorded 20 putouts and 38 fielding assists with a .892 fielding percentage... Put up his first collegiate home run at Winona State (Mar. 21)... Hit three home runs in one game against Minnesota State (Apr. 11), including a three run shot, two run shot and a solo home run... Had two perfect games at the plate going 4-for-4 against Minnesota State (Apr. 11) and 3-for-3 at Minnesota Duluth (Apr. 18)... Named to All-NSIC Academic Team.

2014 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 games with 11 starts... Batted .256 with 10 hits, two doubles, 14 putouts, and 33 assists.

High School: Earned Morrison County Record All-Area honors as a junior for Little Falls High School… Named All-Granite Ridge Conference in baseball after he posted a .511 batting average for a Flyers team that went 20-2 in 2012, a team that ranked No. 1 in the state for most of the year…  Was also All-Conference in football and basketball... Totaled 45 hits, which included six doubles, four triples and two home runs… Added 31 RBIs and 24 runs scored… A three-sport athlete, Eckman earned nine varsity letters in baseball (three), football (three) and basketball (three)… A captain for all three sports, he earned all-conference in football and basketball as a senior… Member of the B Honor Roll all four years of high school.

Personal: Born July 5, 1995… Son of James and Karrie Eckman… Elementary education at BSU.

Career Highs:
Hits - 5, at No. 25 St. Cloud State (May 4, 2017)
At-Bats - 7, vs Minnesota Crookston (April 11, 2017)
RBIs - 7, vs Minnesota State (April 11, 2015)
Doubles - 2, vs Sioux Falls (April 15, 2016)
Triples - 1, vs Sioux Falls (April 16, 2016) 
Home Runs - 3, vs Minnesota State (April 11, 2015) 
Walks - 2, 3x, last at U-Mary (May 1, 2016)
Stolen Bases - 1, 5x, last at No. 25 St. Cloud State (May 4, 2017)