Career: Appeared in 170 games, starting 160, during his Duke career ... Batted .314 over four seasons, which ranked tied for 24th in the school record books ... Scored 101 runs and drove in 57 RBI ... Totaled 36 extra-base hits, including 31 doubles, two triples and three home runs ... Drew 97 walks and posted a career on-base percentage of .426, which ranked seventh in the Duke record books.
2013: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Started all 55 games in right field as a senior ... Ranked second on the team in both batting average (.311) and on-base percentage (.421) while leading the Blue Devils in runs scored (42) and times hit by pitch (9) ... One of three Duke players with 60 or more hits on the season ... Drove in a career-best 26 RBI ... Drew a team-high 31 walks ... Hit .444 when leading off an inning ... Totaled 18 multi-hit games ... Went 4-for-4 with a run score and an RBI versus Penn Mar 6 ... Posted an 11-game hit streak from Mar. 16 to Mar. 30 ... Also totaled four hits against No. 7 Florida State Apr. 13 ... Reached base in each of Duke's final 15 games ... Also added nine outfield assists on the year.
2012: Named to the All-ACC Academic Baseball Team ... An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Played in 49 of 55 games, starting 48 ... Started 45 games at designated hitter, two at first base and one in left field ... Tied for second on the team with a .292 average ... Led the Blue Devils with a .404 on base percentage ... One of three Duke players to record 50 or more hits ... Slugged .368 with five doubles, two home runs and a triple ... Totaled 21 runs scored and 12 RBI ... Led the team with 15 multi-hit games ... Posted a 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 28 to Mar. 11 ... Hit .325 against left-handed pitching ... Hit .508 when leading off an inning ... Went 3-for-3 with a run scored at Texas Feb. 19 ... At N.C. Central Feb. 22, went 3-for-5 with a home run, two runs scored and an RBI ... Drew 24 walks, good for third on the team.
2011: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Started 55 of 56 games ... Made 29 starts at designated hitter and 26 starts behind the plate ... Led the team with a .347 batting average ... Hit .339 in ACC games ... Recorded a team-high 69 hits ... Had 37 runs scored and 19 RBI ... Posted a .442 slugging percentage with 14 doubles, one home run and one triple ... Drew a team-high 40 walks on the way to a .462 on base percentage ... His .462 on base percentage ranks as the ninth-highest in a single season in school history ... Had a .971 fielding percentage ... Had a team-high 22 multi-hit games ... Had a season-high four hits against Villanova and Virginia ... Three of the four hits against Villanova were doubles ... Had three-hit games against Clemson, Campbell, Georgia Tech and Boston College ... Drove in a season-high three runs against Villanova ... Hit first career home run against N.C. State ... First career triple came against La Salle ... Hit .391 against right-handed pitching ... Hit .356 with runners in scoring position ... Had a six-game hitting streak ... Stole three bases in five attempts.
2010: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 10 games while starting two ... Made both of his starts as the designated hitter ... Went 2-for-14 with one run scored ... Walked twice ... Went 1-for-1 with a run as a pinch hitter against Wake Forest ... Went 1-for-1 as a pinch hitter against Clemson ... Made his starts against High Point and Clemson.
High School: A four-year letterwinner out of Lake Oswego High School ... Hit .417 as a senior with three homers and a .619 on base percentage ... Co-league Player of the Year as a senior ... Named first team all-state and all league as a senior ... As a junior, hit .380 with two homers and a .542 on base percentage ... Named second team all-league as a junior and freshman ... Hit .339 as a sophomore ... Played for Showtime Club Baseball in 2009 ... Played with the Lake Oswego Summer Ball team from 2006-08 ... A member of the 2006 Metro Jr. Olympic Team ... Also lettered three years in football ... Played nose guard ... Named the league's Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Also first team all-state and first team all-league as a senior ... Named a National Merit Scholar.
Personal: Born Jeffrey George Kremer on August 11, 1990 in Portland, Ore. ... The son of Robert and Mary Kremer ... Has a sister, Jessica ... Father played golf at Willamette University from 1978-80 ... Grandfather, Bob, coached high school baseball for 10 years from 1950-60.