- John Frost
John  Frost


Decatur, Ala.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185



2012 Conference USA All-Tournament Team

2012 (Junior)

· Appeared in 56 games, making 52 starts all at first base
· Finished with a .276 (69-for-214) batting average with two homers and 30 RBI
· Roped 10 extra-base hits, including two homers
· His 33 runs scored and 30 RBI were both the second highest totals for the Blazers
· Led the team with the longest reached base streak (24 games) and hit streak (10 games)
· Hit .364 (16-for-44) with eight RBI and eight runs scored during 10-game hit streak
· Totaled 17 multi-hit and seven multi-RBI games
· Reached the 100 career RBI plateau
· Went 3-for-5 with a homer, two runs scored and two RBI at East Carolina (March 30)
· Roped two hits, featuring a homer vs. Samford (April 25)
· Produced a 3-for-5 game vs. UCF (May 24) at the C-USA Tournament with three RBI and two runs scored
· Collected two-hit games vs. East Carolina and Memphis at the C-USA Tournament
· Named to the C-USA All-Tournament team for the second consecutive year
· Hit a team-best .533 (8-for-15) in Pearl, Miss., with three RBI and two runs scored
· Over the six games in postseason play, hit .435 (10-for-23)
· Ended the season on a six-game hit streak, collecting at least one hit in all six playoff games

2011 (Sophomore)
· Played in all 56 games, making 53 starts, 46 of which came at first base
· Hit .246 (52-for-211) with 40 RBI, 30 runs scored, six doubles and three homers
· Committed just five errors for a .990 fielding percentage for the season
· RBI total was second on the club, behind teammate Patrick Palmeiro
· In 24 C-USA games made just one miscue (.996 fielding percentage)
· Hit .260 (26-for-100) in league games
· Recorded 14 multi-hit and nine multi-RBI games
· Went 3-for-5 with three RBI vs. Cleveland State on March 4
· In the season series at Houston (April 8-10) hit .462 (6-for-13) with five RBI, five runs scored and two homers
· Over the final eight games hit .452 (14-for-31) with seven RBI and six runs scored
· Had multi-hit games in six of those eight games
· Named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team held in Pearl, Miss.
· Laced eight hits in 14 at bats (.571) with five RBI in league tourney
· Topped C-USA in league games for chances (260) and put outs (246)
· Tied for seventh in the league with six sac flies
· Had walk-off RBI singles vs. Xavier (Feb. 27) and vs. Troy (April 26)

2010 (Freshman)
· A Conference USA All-Freshman Team selection
· Started 51 of a possible 53 games, primarily as the team's designated hitter, and jumped right into the heart of the batting order
· Ranked second among the Blazers with a .338 batting average, 14 doubles and 50 RBI
· Ended the season on an 11-game hitting streak and posted hits in 15 of the final 16 games
· Hit .323 in conference play with three home runs, six doubles and 22 RBI over 24 games
· Did not see his batting average dip below .324 after March 3
· The March 8 C-USA Co-Hitter of the Week after hitting .643 over a four-game stretch against Kennesaw State and Eastern Illinois
· Posted 21 multiple-hit games and 11 contests with multiple RBI
· Had two four-game streaks with multiple hits

High School
· Played for coaches Steve Netherton and Mike Burns at Decatur High School
· A three-time all-area selection by the Decatur Daily
· A first-team Class 5A all-state selection in 2007 after compiling a .420 batting average with six home runs and 46 RBI as a sophomore
· Selected as an Under Armour All-American and an East-West All-Star in 2008
· Hit .457 with eight homers and 36 RBI in 31 games as a junior
· Participated in the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Weekend and the East Coast Professional Baseball Showcase
· Played summer baseball in the East Cobb program
· Was named team MVP of the East Coast Shamrocks in 2008 after hitting .425 for the summer
· Competed for the East Cobb Titans in the summer of 2009

John Wilson Frost ... born April 23, 1991 in Decatur, Ala. ... parents are Keith and Jana Frost ... has one sister ... majoring in sport and health in society.