2006: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... started 52 of 53 games played as a sophomore ... made 30 starts in right field, 15 in center field and seven on the mound ... led the team in runs scored (46), slugging percentage (.525), on-base percentage (.394), doubles (15), triples (five) and walks (28) ... tied for the team lead in stolen bases (eight) ... ranked second in batting average (.310), hits (62), home runs (six) and RBI (35) and fourth in at-bats (200) ... had 18 multiple-hit games ... recorded a career-high five hits against La Salle (3/8) and Wake Forest (4/14) ... had nine multiple-RBI games, including a career-high four RBI against Maryland (3/5) and La Salle (3/8) ... had a seven-game hitting streak (4/2-14) ... hit his first career grand slam against Maryland (3/5) ... had home runs in back-to-back games against Virginia Tech (4/22-23) ... also had a homer in the final game of the year against UNC Asheville (5/17) ... made 10 appearances on the mound, including seven starts ... finished the year 1-5 with a 7.55 ERA ... was fourth on the pitching staff in games started, fifth in innings pitched (31.0) and sixth in ERA and strikeouts (21) ... recorded his first career win and struck out a career-high six batters against Seton Hall (2/10).
2005: Started 37 of 40 games played as a freshman ... made 26 starts in center field, five in right field, five at first base and one at designated hitter ... hit .220 with two home runs and 16 RBI ... tied for second on the team in home runs ... had four multiple-hit games and four multiple-RBI games on the year ... had a season-high three hits against Virginia Tech (4/30) ... hit his first collegiate home run against Maryland-Eastern Shore (2/13) ... hit his second career home run against Wake Forest (4/1) ... made 11 appearances on the mound, including two starts ... went 0-2 with one save and a 6.00 ERA in 21.0 innings ... first appearance came against Maryland-Eastern Shore (2/12) ... first start was against Clemson (4/9) ... first save came against N.C. State (5/14).
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Peters Township High School ... All-America and all-district selection as a senior ... all-state selection as a junior ... Washington County Player of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year as a junior ... team captain as a senior ... was twice invited to play in the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars.
Personal: Born James Andrew Gallagher on September 3, 1985, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... son of Jim and Sallie Gallagher ... has one brother, Michael ... majoring in sociology.
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