2005: Appeared in 61-of-65 games, making 31 starts ... Started 23 games in CF, five in LF and three in RF ... Had a season-best seven-game hit streak from Feb. 22-March 6, going 10x26 (.385) with three RBI ... Went 3x5 with two RBI at Tennessee (3/27) to record a season high for hits and RBI and tied his career high for total bases with six ... Also had a two-RBI game at Vanderbilt (4/1), going 2x4 ... Went 1x4 and hit his first HR of the season at Southern Miss (4/5) ... Was 3x4 against Alabama (4/9) to record his second three-hit game of the season ... Also scored a career-high three runs ... Postseason: Has appeared in all nine postseason games in the SEC Tournament and NCAA Oxford Regional ... Is 3x6 (.500) with one HR and four RBI ... Appeared in all six games of the SEC Tournament, going 0x3 ... Went 3x3 (1.000) with one HR and four RBI in three games ... Hit a three-run HR in the ninth inning to seal Ole Miss' 7-3 win over Oklahoma (6/4) and propel to the Rebels into the regional championship game ... Was 2x2 with a double and a RBI in the 20-5 victory over the Sooners (6/5) in the regional championship game. ...
2004: Earned second team Freshman All-America honors from Baseball America ... Named to the SEC All-Freshman team ... Played in 53-of-58 games ... Made 43 starts in CF and five in LF ... Set new Ole Miss freshman records for triples (6) and stolen bases (9) ... Tied for second in the SEC in triples ... Six triples tied for fourth on school's single-season list for triples ... Recorded a hit in 40-of-55 games ... Went 2x4 with a double and two runs scored in the season opener versus Birmingham-Southern (2/20) ... Was 3x4 with two runs scored to record his first career three-hit game against the Panthers (2/22) ... Also had three-hit games versus Nicholls State (3/12) and Arkansas State (4/21) ... Hit first career HR at South Alabama (2/27) ... Recorded a hit in 11-of-12 games from Feb. 29-March 21, hitting .364 (16x44) during that stretch ... Went 2x3 and hit a grand slam to record a season-high six RBI in game one of a doubleheader versus Eastern Illinois (3/6) ... Hit two, game-winning HRs to help the Rebels to a three-game sweep of No. 6 Tennessee (4/16-18) ... Hit a walk-off, two-run HR in the bottom of the 11th to lift Ole Miss to a 4-2 win in the series opener ... Had a two-run HR in the bottom of the eighth to propel the Rebels to a 4-3 victory the following day ... Went 2x3 with an RBI to help the Rebels complete the sweep of the Volunteers (4/18) with a 7-4 win ... Finished the series 4x9 with two HRs and five RBI and was named the SEC Player of the Week ... Hit .400 (18x45) with two HRs and five RBI in 12 games during the month of May ... Had a season-best nine-game hit streak from May 8-23, going 16x32 (.432) with one HR and four RBI ... Went 3x5 with a double and a triple at Florida (5/16), tying his season high for hits and setting a season high with six total bases ... Ended season recording a hit in 11 of the last 13 games, batting .404 (19x47) with one HR and five RBI during that stretch.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time first team All-State performer ... Three-time All-District selection and was 2002 District MVP honors ... Recorded a .390 career average with 26 HRs and 120 RBIs ... Hit .441 with 15 HRs and 50 RBIs as a senior ... Four-year letterwinner ... Coached by Robert Bratton ... Participated in the 2003 USA Junior National Team trials ... Also earned three letters in soccer and one in football ... Was a three-time All-District pick in soccer and was also tabbed All-District in football.
MISCELLANEOUS: Full name: Alexander Crawford Presley ... Born: July 25, 1985 ... Parents: Ron and Heidi Presley ... Major: Undecided ... Recorded a 3.8 cumulative GPA at Neville High School ... National Honor Society ... Named to the fall 2003 U.M.A.A. Honor Roll.
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