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David Greer
Player Profile:
David Greer 1762584
Position: Infielder
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 209
Year: Junior
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona
High School: Desert Mountain
Experience: 2 Letters

Junior (2016):

  • Earned Pac-12 Player of the Week (Mar. 14) honors as he started all five games at first base and tallied 11 hits, including three doubles and a home run, four RBI, and three runs scored, and pitched two scoreless innings across a six-day span
  • Reached base in the Devils’ first six games of the season and had a hit in 15 of the first 17
  • Has played five different defensive positions this season (1B, 2B, 3B, LF, P)
  • Registered his 11th multi-hit season of the game at Washington State where he went 2-for-4 with two doubles (4/1)
  • Tied a career-high with three runs scored at Washington State (3/31)
  • Made his first career start in left field against Utah (3/24)
  • Had at least one hit in nine straight games (3/4-3/18)
  • Earned his first career win and hit the go-ahead home run in the 14th inning at Cal State Fullerton (3/9). He started at first base and went 3-for-6, including his leadoff home run in the 14th, and threw two innings of scoreless relief where he allowed just one hit and struck out two
  • Made his first career appearance as a pitcher against Eastern Michigan where he threw one pitch for one out (3/6)
  • Had a career-high four hits against Eastern Michigan and tied a career-high with 3 RBI (3/4)
  • Tallied a .636 batting average, a .688 on-base percentage and a .818 slugging percentage, and reached base in 11 of 16 plate appearances, to lead the Sun Devils to a four-game season-opening series sweep against Xavier (2/19-2/21)

Sophomore (2015):

  • 2015 All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention
  • Started 46 of the team’s final 47 games, including 41 at third base, four at designated hitter and one at first base, after Dalton DiNatale was injured March 3
  • Started a total of 49 games, including 42 at third base, five at designated hitter, one at second base and one at first base, and appeared in 52
  • Ranked in the top five on the team in batting average, slugging percentage, on-base percentage, hits, RBI and total bases
  • Ranked third on the team with a .314 batting average and added 58 hits, including 11 doubles, two triples and two home runs, 28 RBI and 23 runs scored
  • Added a .427 slugging percentage and a .366 on-base percentage, and stole four bases
  • Notched a hit in 37 of the final 47 games he started
  • Ranked fourth on the team with 15 multi-hit games, including five three-hit games, and added eight two-out RBI
  • Completed a 13-game hitting streak (March 22-April 17), tied for the second-longest on the team
  • Batted. 350 during the month of April (16 games), second-best on the team, with a team-high .550 slugging percentage
  • Notched a pair of RBI on a double and a sacrifice fly in a win over No. 17 USC (5/22)
  • Registered five hits in two games vs No. 2 UCLA (5/8-9), including two on Friday and three on Saturday in the team’s 17th-inning loss, the longest game (based on time played) in school history
  • Tied his career high with three hits in two games at Arizona (4/22, 4/28)
  • Notched two doubles and scored a pair of runs at Washington (4/17)
  • Raised his hitting streak to 12 games and tied a career-high with three RBI (4/12) in the series vs. Arizona (4/11-4/13)
  • Tied his career-high with three hits in a win over NMSU (3/31)
  • Tallied a career-high three hits, including a RBI single, vs Stanford (3/27)
  • Collected two RBI and scored the go-ahead run in the 10th inning at Oregon (3/20)
  • Was hit by a pitch in the eighth inning against Oregon State (3/15) to bring in the eventual game-winning run
  • Took over third-base duties in place of injured DiNatale on March 6 and had three straight games tying his career high with two hits
  • Knocked in a career-best three RBI vs Long Beach (3/8), including the eventual game-winning RBI in the fourth inning
  • Hit his first career home run, a solo shot in the 3rd inning, vs TCU (2/22)
  • Knocked in his first RBI of the season on a single vs OK St (2/15)

Freshman (2014):

  • Started 10 games, including six at second base and four at third, and appeared in 16
  • Started eight of the team’s first 17 games before an injury sidelined him for six weeks
  • Batted .222 with eight hits, six RBI and eight runs scored
  • Entered the game in the eighth inning in the postseason against Sacramento State (5/31) and delivered a pinch-hit double to open the ninth inning and scored in the next at-bat
  • Knocked in the game-winning run with an RBI groundout and added a RBI sac bunt in his first career start in the second game of the season
  • Secured a career-best two hits against Washington in the final game before his injury (3/15)
  • Scored a pair of runs and drove in one with his first career triple at No. 9 Oklahoma State (5/3)
  • Made his first career start at third base vs New Mexico State (4/29)
  • Two-time Scholar Baller (Fall ‘13 and Spring ‘14)

High School:

  • Graduated from Desert Mountain High in 2013
  • Three-time All-State selection, including 2013 First Team
  • Named to All-State Team 2 in 2012 and All-State Honorable Mention in 2011
  • Also earned All-East Valley honors
  • Two-time All-Section and All-Division recipient
  • Three-time All-City selection

Personal: Parents are Brad and Dawn Greer…has one sister, Jenn…exploratory major…says he chose ASU because it was always a dream to play there…his dad was the biggest influence on his baseball career…his two favorite Sun Devils of all time are James Harden and Dustin Pedroia…born on July 4, 1995…full name is David Cosgrove Greer.

Career Highs at Arizona State:

Hits: 4, vs Eastern Michigan (3/4/16)
RBI: 5, vs Oregon (5/7/16)
Runs: 3, three times, last vs Arizona (4/12/16)
Innings: 2.0, at Cal State Fullerton (3/9/16)
K's: 2, at Cal State Fullerton (3/9/16)

Season Highs in 2016:

Hits: 4, vs Eastern Michigan (3/4)
RBI: 5, vs Oregon (5/7)
Runs: 3, many, last vs Arizona (4/12)
Innings: 2.0, at Cal State Fullerton (3/9)
K's: 2, at Cal State Fullerton (3/9)
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