2008-09 Baseball
Chuck Opachich
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Chuck Opachich
No.: 10
Pos.: IF/OF
Cl.: Jr.
Ht./Wt.: 5-10/175
B/T: R/R
Hometown/Last School: Jacksonville, Fla./Episcopal
Rosters: 2009-10 Baseball
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As a senior (2010): Named to A-Sun preseason all-conference team as a second baseman...needs 106 hits to surpass Ernie Carr (318, 1985-88) in the JU career record book.

As a junior (2009): Appeared 57 games, including 56 starts (50 at second base, six in center field)...earned A-Sun first team all-conference honors after ranking third in the A-Sun with 90 hits and 10th with a .377 batting average...also named to the all-tournament team after batting .429 (3-7) with three RBI in two games...tied Talmadge Nunnari for the program record with a 27-game hitting streak (3/7 - 4/18)...led the squad with a career-best 27 multi-hit games, 19 stolen bases, 52 runs, three triples, a .451 on-base percentage and a .485 (33-68) average with two outs...ranked third with 111 total bases...tallied four hits in four games...tied a career-best with two doubles in back-to-back contests (USF, ETSU)...recorded a career-best four RBI and hit his second career home run against Bethune-Cookman in Gainesville Regional (5/30)...21 of his RBI came with two outs...hit first career round tripper at Belmont (4/3)...earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors.

As a sophomore (2008): Appeared in 50 games, including 46 starts (45 at second base, one as the designated hitter)...named to the Atlantic Sun Conference all-preseason team as a third baseman...second on the squad with a .323 batting average, tied for second with nine doubles and ranked third with eight stolen bases...finished with second highest average against right-handed pitchers (.347, 41-118), with runners in on base (.325, 26-80) and advancing runners (.582, 53-91)...tallied multiple hits in 15 games...tied a career-high with two doubles at Bethune-Cookman (4/15)...went a season-best 4-for-6 with a double and two RBI against Mercer (4/5)...tied a career-high with two stolen bases at Florida International (3/18).

As a freshman (2007): Did not play in the first seven games but was inserted in the lineup due to injuries in the lineup…appeared in 53 games, including 52 starts (32 at third base, 18 at designated hitter and two at shortstop)…named to PingBaseball! and Atlantic Sun Conference all-freshman teams as a third baseman…earned A-Sun all-tournament team honors after leading the Dolphins with a .381 batting average in the leadoff spot…ranked second on the squad with a .327 batting average and a .392 on-base percentage and tied for second with 16 stolen bases…finished third on the squad with 70 hits and 11 doubles…tallied a season-high five hits against No. 18 Stetson (4/20)…registered a season-high three RBI at South Alabama (2/24)…played for the Derby Twins in the Jayhawk League and helped lead the squad to the 2007 National Baseball Congress World Series.

High School: Four-year starter at Episcopal High School as a shortstop, second baseman, third baseman and outfielder for Mike Jones…as a senior, he earned second team all-state and first team all-city accolades after leading the Eagles to a 3A state championship...also batted .415 with a .489 on-base percentage...set the school record for career hits (135)...as a junior team captain, he was named one of the top five juniors to watch by the Florida Times-Union after batting .325 with a .432 on-base percentage and nine stolen bases…as a sophomore, he earned all-First Coast honorable mention accolades after batting .507 with a .613 on-base percentage and 15 stolen bases while leading the Eagles to a school-record 24 wins and a 19-game winning streak during the year…as a freshman, he batted .322 with a .380 on-base percentage…teammates with former Dolphin Carson Andrew.

Personal: Born April 7, 1988, in Jacksonville, Fla…son of Charles and Denise…has a brother, Brian…major is management.