AS A SENIOR (2006): Earned a spot on the SEC Academic Honor Roll…Made 13 starts in center field and had a .218 average in 36 games...Was 5-for-17 (.294) in 14 SEC contests...Scored 14 runs and poked two doubles...Had three sacrifice hits...In his final collegiate game, he was 1-for-3, scored twice, stole a base and lofted a sacrifice fly as the Gators doubled up LSU, 10-5…Set the stage for Stephen Barton's walk-off homer in the second matchup with the Bayou Bengals by lacing a two-out single into left field in the 10th inning…Also stroked an RBI single in the eighth stanza during that contest and was 2-for-2…Singled up the middle and came across with an insurance run in the eighth during the 6-3 win over Arkansas on March 17...Was 1-for-12 (.083) during the Miami series but scored twice in the finale...Delivered a pair of sacrifice bunts versus Mercer and finished 0-for-2 on the night...Made starting debut in center field all three games against Cincinnati and batted .333 (3-for-9) with two runs and two RBI...Went 2-for-3 with a couple of RBI in the season opener.
AS A JUNIOR (2005): Saw time in 22 games for the Gators...Scored six runs and had a .167 (2-for-12) batting average…Came across with the deciding run on Stephen Barton's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Arkansas at the SEC Tournament, 9-8...Had been hit by a pitch to reach base against the Hogs...Scored twice as a pinch runner during the Kentucky series...Saw action in all three games against Michigan State and notched his first RBI with a base-hit on March 12...Caught stealing by Villanova on March 5...Singled to left field in the eighth inning versus FAMU on Feb. 22 for his first hit at Florida...Pinch-ran for Barton in the seventh inning of the third game against Charleston Southern and trotted home on Matt LaPorta's three-run blast.
AT SANTA FE C.C. (2003-04): Played two seasons for the Saints and head coach Harry Tholen…Was the 2004 Mid-Florida Conference Defensive Player of the Year after recording a perfect fielding percentage in 113 chances…Batted .268 overall with 21 runs batted in and 17 stolen bases in '04…Hit .302 in league play and was 14-of-16 on stolen base opportunities…Turned in a .301 clip during the 2003 season, with eight doubles and seven thefts…Drove in 13 runs and hit .333 against conference competition…Appeared in the publication Who's Who Among American Junior College Students.
SUMMER: Played in 24 games, making 17 starts, for the Luray (Va.) Wranglers of the Valley League in the summer of 2005…Batted .243 with 10 runs, four RBI and a pair of doubles…The Wranglers won the Northern Division's regular-season title.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Bob Smith at Buchholz High School and was a part of district championship teams in 2000 and 2002…Hit .428 as a senior with 38 runs, 19 stolen bases, 10 doubles and a pair of homers…Chosen first-team all-state in Class 5A, first-team all-area and was BHS' Offensive Most Valuable Player…Selected to play in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) All-Star Game…Earned honorable mention all-state kudos during his junior year and was first-team all-area…Had a .410 batting average and earned the Bobcats' Most Complete Player award…Garnered the team's Hardest Worker Award as a sophomore and junior.
WOODS' CAREER HIGHS
At Bats: 4 (four times)
Runs Scored: 2 (three times)
Hits: 2 vs. LSU (5/19/06) & Cincinnati (2/10/06)
RBI: 2 vs. Cincinnati (2/10/06)
Doubles: 1 vs. Miami (Fla.) (2/18/06) & Cincinnati (2/10/06)
Home Runs: None
Walks: 2 vs. Harvard (3/10/06)
Stolen Bases: 1 vs. LSU (5/20/06)
Hit Streak: 2 games (5/19-5/20/06 & 2/10-2/11/06)
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