2019: Has seen action in every contest this season for the Blue Devils in left field … currently owns an eight-game reached base streak … launched his first home run of the season against Davidson (2/19) as part of a 2-for-5 effort, adding three RBI and one run scored.
2018 (at Cornell): Led the Big Red in doubles (10) and tied for team lead in runs (29) while driving in 22 runs as one of three players to start all 37 games ... Among national leaders in walks per game, working 35 free passes against just 29 strikeouts ... 15 walks in league games tied for second-most in Ivy League ... Batted .273 to rank fourth on team, though was particularly hot early in campaign with .380 average by end of March ... Team's everyday right fielder ... Also made one start each in left and center ... Batted in seven different spots of the order, primarily slotted in 2 hole behind classmate Ryan Krainz ... Went 4-for-4 with two doubles in March 25 victory over Niagara ... Had five RBI in May 5 win at Brown, driving in at least one run in four separate at-bats.
2017 (at Cornell): Made 18 starts and appeared in 20 games, all in April, establishing himself as the Big Red's starting right fielder ... Batted .243 with five doubles and six RBI ... Was 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI in the series-opening win at Columbia on April 15.
2015 (at Cornell): Was a member of the Big Red football team but did not see varsity action.
2014 (at Cornell): As a backup quarterback on the Big Red football team, played in five contests as a rookie ... Had three completions for 14 yards and ran once for another 14 yards at Brown ... Completed 9-of-21 passes for 82 yards and his first career touchdown pass against Lehigh ... Completed both of his passes for 26 yards at Bucknell ... Saw first varsity action at Colgate in the 2014 opener, completing 2-of-3 passes ... Carried the ball three times for eight yards vs. Yale.
High School: As the starting quarterback at Maine-Endwell High School, earned State Player of the Year honors for Class B by the coaches and sports writers ... Helped the team to three state titles ... Two-time all-state pick ... State championship game MVP as a junior and was named the WBNG Quarterback of the Year twice and the station’s athlete of the year as a junior ... First-team all-state selection as a senior and a second-team pick his junior campaign ... Three-sport star, earned all-state basketball player and conference Player of the Year as a senior and was a three-time member of the Binghamton Press and Sun Bulletin Elite 10 Basketball team ... Also lettered in baseball, helping the squad to three straight sectional titles.
Personal: Born Kyle Patrick Gallagher on May 28, 1995 ... Son of Matt and Julie Gallagher ... Has two younger brothers ... Father wrestled at Wagner and mother played softball at Albany ... Received his undergraduate degree in 2018 from Cornell's School of Industrial and Labor Relations ... Enrolled in the Fuqua School of Business Master of Management Studies program.