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#5 Keenan Innis

Keenan Innis - Baseball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Height 6-0
Weight 185
Hometown Cumming, Ga.
Last School Blessed Trinity
Year Senior
Height / Weight 6-0 / 189
Keenan Innis - Baseball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

2016-17 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2013-14 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Career: Played in 143 games, starting 83 contests for the Jackets … Hit .256 overall with two triples and 15 doubles … Totaled 91 base hits for his career … Recorded 36 RBIs and scored 61 runs … Registered 10 stolen bases … Tallied 22 multi-hit games overall … Posted a .970 fielding percentage overall, which included six outfield assists.

2017 (Senior): Played in 23 games on the season, making 13 starts in the outfield or at designated hitter … Hit .152 (7-for-46) with two doubles, nine RBIs and seven runs scored … Also had five walks, four sacrifice bunts, two sacrifice flies and two stolen bases on the season … Posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage on the year … Went 2-for-4 with a double, a walk, two RBIs, two runs scored and a stolen base in the start versus Youngstown State (Feb. 25) … Had a bases clearing three-run double off the bench in the win over Belmont (Mar. 4) … Was 1-for-2 versus Belmont (Mar. 5) and 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored at Miami (Mar. 11) … Went 1-for-4 with an RBI in the series opener versus No. 9 North Carolina (Mar. 17) … Picked up an RBI in the win over Georgia Southern (May 16) … Was 1-for-5 with a run scored on Senior Day against No. 8 Virginia (May 20) … Recorded an RBI on a sacrifice fly in the 5-4 loss to No. 12 Wake Forest at the 2017 ACC Baseball Championship … Also scored a run at Miami (Mar. 12), versus No. 12 Oklahoma (Mar 14), against No. 8 Virginia (May 19).

2016 (Junior): Played in 32 games, making eight starts in the outfield … Hit .200 with one run and two RBIs … Five of his 10 hits came as a pinch hitter … Started the season opener on Feb. 19 vs. Purdue, going 0-for-3 … Went 2-for-4 with a run scored in the win vs. VCU on Feb. 21 … Drove in a run on March 5 vs. Western Carolina … Went 1-for-1 with an RBI vs. Savannah State on May 10 … Hit a pinch-hit double at Florida on June 5 at the NCAA Gainesville Regional.

2015 (Sophomore): Enjoyed a breakout campaign as a sophomore by making 39 starts in the outfield … Hit .310 with nine doubles, two triples, 15 RBIs and 29 runs … His 15 multi-hit games were the third most on the club … Drew 13 walks against just 22 strikeouts for a .370 on-base percentage, which was third-best on the team … Platooned in the outfield with 30 of his starts coming in left field … Compiled a career day with a combined 5-for-7 performance in a doubleheader against Fordham on Feb. 14 that included four runs, two RBIs and his first career multi-double game … Drove in his first career game-winning run in the fifth inning in the 7-5 win over the Rams … Recorded two hits, a run scored and a stolen base in the win over Notre Dame on March 7 … Matched his career-bests of three hits, three runs and two RBIs in the 22-6 rout of Georgia Southern on March 10 … Contributed a double, a stolen base and an RBI to the 7-6 extra-inning win over Kennesaw State on March 17 … Delivered his third three-hit game of the season in the series finale against North Carolina on March 21, which included a double and a run scored … Notched his eighth multi-hit game with a 2-for-5 showing against Georgia State, including an RBI single in the 6-3 win … Roped an RBI double to right field as part of a two hit effort in the 11-4 victory over No. 15 Virginia on April 11 … Tallied a team-best six hits in the series victory over Pittsburgh, including a 3-for-5 performance in the series opener which included two runs, an RBI and his first career triple … Went 3-for-7 at No. 8 Miami in two starts, which included a multi-hit effort and a stolen base on May 15, and a triple and a run scored in the series finale.

2014 (Freshman): Played in 40 games and made 23 starts in the outfield as a rookie … Missed the final month of the season with a hip injury … Hit .248 for the year with three doubles and 10 RBIs … Upped his average in conference play to .274 in 24 games (14 starts) … A selective, lead-off hitter with speed, he drew 14 walks against 15 strikeouts … Recorded four outfield assists … Delivered a pinch-hit single in his first career at-bat versus Old Dominion on opening day … Drove in his first career run with a squeeze bunt at Georgia Southern on Feb. 19 … Came off the bench for two hits versus Kennesaw State on Feb. 25, including the game-tying RBI bunt with two outs in the ninth that allowed Tech to force extra innings … He singled and scored for the Jackets in the 11th as they rallied again before falling in the 12th … Was 2-for-4 in Tech’s 5-1 win over Wake Forest on March 9 … Scored Tech’s winning run in the 10th inning of the 3-2 victory over No. 22 Miami on March 15 that clinched the series after reaching base to lead off the inning via an error … Was 1-for-2 in the Game 2 win over the Hurricanes with an RBI double and a run scored … Recorded his first outfield assist by throwing out a runner at second from right field trying to stretch a single to a double versus Miami … Had a career-high three hits and drove in two runs in the series finale at No. 13 North Carolina — a 9-1 win … Finished the UNC series with five hits and two runs scored … Collected three of Tech’s four outfield assists in the Pitt series … Recorded a pair of RBIs during Tech’s series win over No. 1 Florida State … Was 2-for-3 at Maryland on April 19 with a double and a walk.

Before Tech: Four-year letterwinner at Blessed Trinity High School under head coach Andy Harlin … Helped team to two region championships and two state semifinals appearances over his four-year career … Was named to Preseason All-State teams in both 2012 and 2013 … Was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year his senior season … Was a member of the honor roll every semester of high school … Chose Georgia Tech for its academic reputation, prestigious baseball program and coaching staff, and the proximity to home.

Personal: Full name is Keenan Matthew Innis … Born Aug. 3, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nev. … Son of Jeff and Kelly Innis … Has a younger sister, Shannon, who competes for Georgia Tech’s track & field team as a hurdler … Father, Jeff, played for the New York Mets for six years after playing for the University of Illinois … Mother, Kelly, was All-American track athlete at Illinois … Uncle, Brian Innis, played professional baseball as well in the Dodgers organization … Majoring in business administration.



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