Baseball America Freshman All-America, 1st team (2013)
Collegiate Baseball Louisville Slugger
Freshman All-American (2013)
NCBWA Freshman All-America, 1st team (2013)
Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year (2013)
Atlantic Sun All-Conference, 1st team (2013)
Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman (2013)
Atlantic Sun Conference, 2nd team (2014)
Sophomore (2014): Led the Hatters with a .354 batting average, ranking seventh in the Atlantic Sun Conference, while starting 58 games ... Split time between first base and catcher ... Led the Hatters in hits (73), runs (42) and on-base percentage (.479) ... Was second on the team with 18 doubles ... Led the team with 22 multiple-hit games, including a pair of four-hit outings ... Had five multiple-RBI games ... Longest hitting streak was 10 games from 3/26 to 4/8 ... Hit .488 during that streak ... Had eight hits and scored four runs in a double-header against FGCU (3/30) ... Had 11 hits in 13 at bats in that series ... Spent the summer after the season playing in the Cape Cod League.
Freshman (2013): Enjoyed a stellar freshman campaign with the Hatters, earning multiple freshman All-America and A-Sun honors ... led team in seven offensive categories, including batting average (.382), hits (81), home runs (3), RBI (33), slugging percentage (.495) and on-base percentage (.488) ... led the A-Sun in on-base percentage and finished second in the overall A-Sun batting race, behind Mercer’s Chesny Young (.401) ... led the league with a .439 batting average in conference play ... collected 23 multi-hit games, including 4-hit efforts against Maine (2/21) and FIU (3/6) ... had at least two RBI on nine occasions, including a season-high five against FIU ... enjoyed a 21-game hitting streak from March 16 through May 5 in which he batted .419 (49-117) with two home runs and 20 RBI ... had a streak of six straight games in April in which he collected at least two hits.
High School: Graduated from Salisbury School in Connecticut in 2012 ... helped lead the Knights to the Western New England Prep Baseball League Championship in 2012 ... Salisbury went 33-0 during senior campaign ... four-time WNEPBL All-Star and Team MVP ... two-time WNEPBL Player of the Year ... recorded a .605 batting average with four home runs and 47 RBI as a senior ... won the WWBA 17 and Under National Championship with the East Cobb Braves ... honor student and ranked third in his class at Salisbury ... member of the drama society ... also played football and basketball.
Personal: Full name is Patrick Alan Mazeika ... Was born on October 14, 1993, in Springfield, Mass. ... Is a Sports Business major ... Is the son of Patti and Joe Mazeika ... Father played baseball at Springfield College.