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Daryl Hallada
Daryl Hallada

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Janesville, Wis.

High School:
Parker High School

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185

Position:
Infielder

Bats/Throws:
Both/Right



Career: Currently tied for fourth in Purdue history with a .356 career batting average ... two-time All-Big Ten selection and three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection .
1999: Joins Frei and Walker as only three athletes to start in all 54 games this season... second on the team with a .346 batting average... top-five on the team in 12 different offensive categories, including leading the team in doubles (20), total bases (118) and hits (79)... had 39 RBI and five home runs on the season, along with two triple and eight stolen bases... owned a .518 slugging percentage and a .381 on-base percentage... had three or more hits in 10 different games... owned a 15-game hitting streak from 3/15 through 4/3... had three consecutive four-hit games, going 4-for-5 against Vanderbilt on 2/26 and 2/27 and 4-for-6 against Kent on 3/6... had most impressive performance of the season in a 4-for-6 appearance at the plate, with three runs and four RBI while hitting two doubles and a home run, in a win against St. Joseph?s on 3/23.
1998: Team Most Valuable Player ... selected second team All-Big Ten shortstop ... named Academic All-Big Ten ... became only the fourth player in Purdue history to hit over .400 when he finished the season with a .402 batting average ... led Purdue in batting average, hits, total bases (98) and multi-hit games (22) ... finished second on the team with 15 doubles and 36 runs scored ... one of only two players to start every game for Purdue ... hit .439 with 11 doubles and 17 RBI in 27 Big Ten games ... hit safely in the first 13 games of the season, batting .469 (23-for-49) with six RBI and 12 runs scored ... named to the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic All-Tournament team in Fresno, Calif., after hitting .500 (11-for-42) in six games ... hit .477 (21-for-44) with seven RBI during 13-game hitting streak (3/29-4/18) ... went 8-for-13 with three doubles and five runs scored in four-game series against Iowa (4/10-12) ... went 10-for-14 with seven RBI and two stolen bases against Northwestern (4/24-26).
1997: Selected third team All-Big Ten shortstop ... named Academic All-Big Ten ... played in 53 games, starting 52 ... 210 at-bats ranks as the sixth-most in a season in PU history ... led team with 68 hits ... hit .342 in conference games ... four of his five home runs came in Big Ten games ... led team with 20 multi-hit games ... went 14-for-34 (.412) with seven doubles, one HR and eight RBI during seven-game hitting streak (3/11-21) ... went 4-for-6 with a double, HR, four runs and four RBI in 16-6 win over Michigan (3/21) ... went 7-for-16 with a double, three runs, and four RBI in Michigan State series (4/11-13) ... was 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBI vs. Indiana State (4/22) ... went 6-for-14 with a HR and six RBI in Indiana series (5/2-4) ... slugged two-run homer vs. IUPUI (5/12, Game 1) ... singled and scored against Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament.
1996: Redshirted.
Parker High School: Three-year lettermen in baseball ... first team all-conference ... batted .348 with five home runs and 19 RBI in his final campaign ... team captain and Most Valuable Player in his senior year ... selected to participate in the Wisconsin and American Legion All-Star games during the summer of 1995; both games were played at County Stadium, home of the Milwaukee Brewers ... coached by Dan Madden.
Personal: Parents are Vaughn and Carol Hallada ... father is the dean of students at the Wisconsin School for the Deaf ... has two sisters, Valerie and Candice ... enjoys fishing ... an organizational leadership major ... two letters.

Hallada's Career Stats

Yr.	G-GS	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	SB	BB	SO	AVG
1997	53-52	210	44	68	9	3	5	38	5	12	26	.324
1998	52-52	194	36	78	15	1	1	26	8	16	23	.402
1999	54-54	228	39	79	20	2	5	39	8	10	29	.346
Totals	159-158	632	119	225	44	6	11	103	21	38	78	.356