#6 - Justin Clear
2002-03 Baseball
POSITION
IF
B/T
R/R
HT.
5' 9"
WT.
180
YR.
Jr.
HOMETOWN
Lafollette, Tenn.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Campbell County HS
Justin Clear
2003 Season: Played in all but one game, starting 50 games ... Spilt his time in the field, starting 25 games at second base and 25 at shortstop ... Batted .266 on the season with 20 runs scored, eight doubles, one home run and 23 RBI ... Led the team with nine sacrifice hits ... Was 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts ... Had 10 multiple-hit games, including a season-high three against Western Carolina Mar. 23 ... Also had five games with multiple RBI ... Batted .467 against lefthanded pitching ... Ended the season on an eight-game hit streak, and had two hits in three of his last four games. 2002 Season: Played in 40 games, starting 32 At one point, started 26 straight games as a true freshman Batted .222 with two doubles and 15 RBIs in 99 at-bats Drew 14 walks Had a season-high two hits in four games, notched a season-high two RBIs five times and had a season-high two runs scored three times Clear notched a .379 (11-29) batting average when leading off an inning. High School: Batted .389 during senior season for Campbell County High ... As a junior batted .420 with 27 RBIs and carried a .980 fielding percentage. Personal: Born on January 18, 1983 ... Justin is the son of Robert and Becky Clear.
MBB Citadel 59 F
Jan 22 ETSU 70
WTRACK Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Va.
Jan 23 Results
MTRACK Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Va.
Jan 23 Results
MTEN ETSU 1 Seattle, Wash.
Jan 23 Washington 4
MTRACK Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Va.
Jan 24 Results
WTRACK Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Va.
Jan 24 Results
MTEN ETSU 4 Seattle, Wash.
Jan 24 Wisconsin 3
WTEN ETSU 5 Boone, N.C.
Jan 24 Appalachian State 2
WBB Wofford College 47 Final
Jan 24 ETSU 69
MBB ETSU 64 F
Jan 24 Wofford 72
WTEN Radford 0 Bristol, Tenn.
Jan 25 ETSU 7
MTEN ETSU 3 Seattle, Wash.
Jan 25 Portland 4
WBB ETSU 72 Final
Jan 26 Mercer University 70
MBB ETSU 55 F
Jan 29 Furman 59
MTRACK Hilton Garden Innvitational Winston-Salem, N.C.
Jan 30