|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
|Previous College:||De Anza|
AS A SENIOR IN 2009: Saw action in 38 of 53 games, starting in 31 ... made 30 starts at second base ... tied for first on the team in sacrifice hits (6) ... scored 17 runs with five doubles and his first career triple and home run ... made his first start of the season at second base against Oregon (Mar. 7), with a career-high two runs and a double ... had two runs against UC Davis (Mar. 11) ... hit his first career home run against Cornell (Mar. 14) ... scored two runs in game three against Cornell (Mar. 15) ... had a game-high three RBIs against Dartmouth (Mar. 22) ... had a career-high three hits against LMU (Mar. 29) ... had a team-high two runs against San Diego (Apr. 4) ... hit a 2-RBI triple, the first of his career, at Pepperdine (May 16) ... swiped his first collegiate bag at Pepperdine (May 17) ... made his final apperance in a Bronco uniform against then-No. 18 Cal Poly (May 18).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Saw action in 16 games, making three starts at second base and one as the DH ... in his first Division I at bat, had one hit and one RBI in game one against Utah Valley (Feb. 22) ... served as the DH against Fresno State (Mar. 4) ... made his first start at second base and hit a two-run double to bring home the game winning run against Washington State (Mar. 31) ... registered his first run as a Bronco against Pacific (Apr. 2)
AT DE ANZA: Played for Scott Hertler ... hit .320 in 2006 and .340 in conference play ... voted to the All-Coast Conference First Team
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, Calif. ... played for Gary Cunningham ... captained his senior season, helping his team to a WCAL championship ... also played football at Ballarmine ... received First Team All-League honors as a running back and middle linebacker.
PERSONAL: Born in San Jose, Calif. ... son of David and Jody Abraham ... has two younger sisters, Alexa Ray and Madison ... enjoys all sports, drawing and working out ... aspires to become a sports agent.
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