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"We are certainly proud of all of our players and especially the ones who
have outstanding years," said JU head coach Terry Alexander. "Jeremy had a
tremendous season for us at the plate and in the field and proved that he
belongs at the Division I level. Matt came up big for us on numerous occasions
and considering he's only a freshman makes us excited about the next three
Gillan, who was a transfer from Indian River CC, led the Dolphins in hits (83), doubles (10), home runs (9), RBI (60), total bases (120), slugging percentage (.545), sacrifice flies (6), multi-hit games (27), multi-RBI games (16) and fielding percentage (.987). He finished with a season-high 13-game hitting streak and ended the year with an 11-game streak still in tact, tallied a team-high four hits at Georgia Southern, drove in a team-high six RBI at North Florida and connected on two home runs in his final game against Kennesaw State.
PRIOR TO JU: Two-year starter as a catcher and first baseman for Indian River Community College...as a sophomore, he earned second team all-conference honors after batting .383 with seven home runs and 29 RBI...as a freshman, he batted .303 with four home runs, nine doubles and 32 RBI while throwing out 12-of-16 base runners...named to the Dean's List each year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter as a catcher and third baseman for Bill Hicks at Fort Pierce Central High School...as a senior, he led the Cobras to a 26-3 record and a district title after batting .511 with seven home runs, seven doubles and 29 RBI while throwing out 24-of-27 base runners en route to district tournament MVP honors...also named first team all-state, all-area and all-conference that same season...as a junior, he was named third team all-state, first team all-area and first team all-conference after hitting .486 with six home runs, five doubles and 32 RBI...as a sophomore, he was named second team all-area and first team all-conference as a third baseman after batting .390 with three doubles and 11 RBI in only 14 games due to mononucleosis...as a freshman, he was named second team all-state and first team all-area as a third baseman after hitting .585, with five home runs, nine doubles and 41 RBI...in AAU play, he was a member of the Florida Hawks...named to Dean's List, was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated in the top 10 percent of his class.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 20, 1986, in West Palm Beach, Fla...son of Mark Gillan and Kimberley Boyd...has a sister, Brittany Gillan...major is exercise science.
With one of the most successful signing classes in program history in the books, the JU baseball team found a cherry to put on top of it with the addition of catcher Jeremy Gillan (Fort Pierce, Fla.), it was announced Wednesday by head coach Terry Alexander.
Gillan, a two-year starter at Indian River Community College under Bob O' Brien, earned second team all- Southern Conference honors after leading the Pioneers in batting average (.383), doubles (nine), RBI (32) and home runs (four). He also threw out 12-of-16 base runners from behind the plate.
"Jeremy is an outstanding young man with a great deal of talent," said recruiting coordinator Chris Hayes. "He comes from a strong junior college program and fills an immediate need for us. He brings maturity, a tremendous ability to control the running game and a pitching staff. We look forward to seeing him in a Dolphin uniform."
In his prep career, Gillan batted over .500 in two of four seasons at Fort Pierce Center High School under head coach Bill Hicks. In four years, he earned all- area and all-conference honors while being named all- state on three occasions. As a senior, he batted .511 with 29 RBI and seven home runs and gunned down 24-of-27 base runners to earn first team all- conference, all-area and all-state accolades. Gillan was also named MVP of the District Tournament after helping the Cobras win a district title.
In 2007, the Dolphins won their third A-Sun title and made their 12th appearance in the NCAA Regionals, including their eighth appearance under Alexander. JU also reached the NCAA's in back-to-back seasons for only the second time in program history (1994-95).
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