College of Wooster senior Eddie Reese, out of Cardinal Mooney High School, has completed a stellar collegiate career as one of the premiere D3 baseball players in the nation.
A four year letterman for the Fighting Scots, Reese earned All North Coast Athletic Conference first-team all-league honors three years in a row and finished his career with a .367 batting average with 598 appearances at the plate that included 25 home runs and 148 RBIs.
He was the NCAC’s top power hitter during the 2014 season, belting 25 extra base hits, including nine doubles, three triples and 11 home runs and 58 RBIs.
His totals at the bat led the NCAC in homers, RBIs and walks (32); and his .601 slugging percentage was fourth best in the league.
The senior, who transitioned from second base to left field, posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.
The 2013 D3 Player of the Year also earned a spot on this year’s All NCAC All-Tournament team.
Among a bevy of hghlights this season for Reese came on Apr. 27 when his grand slam home run lifted the Fighting Scots to a 13-9 comeback win over Allegheny College. The win clinched first place in the East Division of the NCAC.
Reese is the son of Ed and Diane Reese, of Canfield.
He earned a bachelor of arts degree as a business economics major at Wooster.