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Brock Hale profile

#44 Brock Hale

Position: Outfielder Height: 6-0 Weight: 203 Class: Junior Roster Years: 2016-2018 Hometown: Mesa, AZ Mission: Santiago South, Chile Last School: Mesa High School


  • Born in Mesa, Ariz.
  • Parents are Dean and Diane Hale
  • Grandfather Lee Ferrin played baseball at Arizona State
  • Served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Santiago, Chile
  • Played summer ball for the AZ Pro League in 2011-2013
  • Married Emma Fruehan in August 2016

Before BYU

  • Prepped at Mesa High School under Mike Musciangelo
  • First team all-state in 2013
  • ABCA/Rawlings regional team selection in 2013
  • Mesa City Player of the Year, 2013
  • First team Mesa all-city baseball team in 2012
  • North All-Stars in 2013
  • Two-time team captain
  • Set school record for highest batting average (.529), tied career home run (15) and triples (7) record.
  • Had second-highest career batting average at .460 for his school
  • Earned the Marine Distinguished Athlete Award
  • Also played on prep basketball and tennis teams
  • Recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Stanford, USC, Oregon State, Grand Canyon University, Mesa Community College and South Mountain

2016 | Freshman Year

  • WCC Commissioner's Silver Honor Roll
  • Homered vs. Creighton in BYU's 13-4 victory
  • Had two game-winning RBI: a bases-loaded walk vs.LMU in 7-4 victory and a two--run triple vs. Niagara in a 14-1 win.

2017 | Sophomore Year

  • First Team ABCA/Rawlings All-West Region
  • All-West Coast Conference Tournament Team
  • All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention
  • Honorable Mention WCC All-Academic
  • WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
  • Rawlings WCC Player of the Week vs. Utah, Portland. He homered in the first game of the week against Utah on a towering solo shot that bounced in the road beyond left field and had a three-run homer in the six-run fourth of the final game of the week against Portland. For the week he had nine RBI, two doubles and two home runs.
  • Led WCC in batting average, slugging and on-base percentage for overall games.
  • Led team with a .395 batting average which was in the NCAA's top 10 for most of the season.
  • One of his three outfield assists was a double play against San Jose State game one.
  • Hit a grand slam in a 10-2 victory at Cal State Bakersfield.