2019: Elected to the team’s leadership council as the junior class representative … finished the season 20-of-23 on stolen base attempts to lead the team… tied for third in the ACC in stolen bases … posted 14 multi-hit contests on the season including two three-hit efforts and one four-hit outing … owned a 24-game reached base streak, spanning from March 10-April 21, which served tied for a team-long in 2019 … recorded three hits in the series finale against Penn State (3/3), finishing 3-for-5 with a double, one RBI and two runs scored … belted his first career home run in the series opener against Wake Forest (3/22), delivering a three-run shot to right field … notched a career-high two doubles in the midweek matchup at NC Central (4/9) as part of his 2-for-5 effort, including two RBI … notched a career-high four hits in the series finale at Boston College (4/27) including two stolen bases.
2018: Co-recipient of the team's Omaha Award, given annually to the squad’s top all-around athlete during offseason workouts... Appeared in 26 games, starting one in left field ... Stole two bases in two attempts ... Went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI in Duke's come-from-behind victory over Campbell June 2 at the NCAA Athens Regional ... Roped an RBI double against Texas Tech in the Lubbock Super Regional ... Played for the Waynesboro Generals of the Valley Baseball League over the summer ... Named to the Valley Baseball League All-Star Game.
2017: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Set program records in the 60-yard dash and vertical jump during offseason workouts ... Tabbed the No. 19 ACC freshman on Perfect Game’s preseason list ... Elected to the team's leadership council ... Appeared in 35 games, starting seven in centerfield ... Also saw time in right field ... Hit .190 with two doubles ... Scored six runs and drew four walks ... Went 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener Feb. 17 versus Gonzaga ... Registered his first career hit Feb. 17 against then-No. 7 Oregon State ... Doubled March 10 against Virginia Tech and April 15 versus Boston College.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. ... Tabbed 2016 Rawlings-Perfect Game Third Team All-American ... Listed among Perfect Game’s 2016 Florida - All Region First honorees ... Posted a .373 batting average with five doubles, two triples and two homers as a senior ... Named 2015 Perfect Game Underclass Second Team ... Turned in a .315 batting average his junior season ... 2014 Perfect Game Underclass High Honorable Mention and All-Metro Conference selection ... Among the fastest players in the 2016 high school class, running a 6.4 60 ... Rated the No. 23 outfielder in the 2016 class nationally by Perfect Game ... Listed as the No. 156 overall prospect by Perfect Game ... Played with the Orlando Scorpions travel organization ... Honor Roll student.
Personal: Born Chase Edward Cheek on Dec. 4, 1997 in Orlando, Fla. ... The son of Jon and Mary Ann Cheek ... Has one older sister (Jade) ... Majoring in psychology.