Hit .290 with four doubles, six home runs, 32 RBIs and 27 runs scored in 43 games played ... Big East/Big Ten Challenge (Feb. 20-22): Appeared in three games, making one start ... at Texas State (March 6-8): Hit .375 (3 for 8) with a double and a run scored in two games ... at Butler (March 11): Drew three walks and scored a run ... Dunn Hospitality Classic (March 13-15): Went 3 for 9 (.333) with three runs scored ... at Illinois-Chicago (March 17-18): Only hit in the series was his first home run of the season ... at Tennessee-Martin (March 20) Went 1 for 3 after entering the game as a pinch hitter ... vs. SIU Edwardsville (March 21): Went 1 for 4 with a pair of runs scored ... at Northwestern (March 27-28): Started both games of the series ... at IPFW (April 1): Hit his second home run of the season, a grand slam, and finished the contest 4 for 6 with five RBIs and two runs scored ... Wabash (April 2): Went 1 for 1 with a run scored after entering the game as a defensive replacement ... Iowa (April 3-4): Went 3 for 8 (.375) with his third homer of the year, five RBIs and a run scored ... at Penn State (April 10-12): Hit .222 (2 for 9) with an RBI in two starts ... Ohio State (April 17-18): Hit his fourth home run of the season and finished the series 2 for 9 (.222) with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored ... Butler (April 22): Finished 3 for 4 with an RBI and three runs scored ... at Minnesota (April 24-26): Hit .250 (2 for 8) with a double and a run scored ... at Ball State (April 28): Finished 2 for 3 with two runs scored ... Indiana (May 2-3): Made one start in the series and finished 1 for 4 ... at Michigan State (May 9-11): Started all three games and went 4 for 13 (.308) with a double, four RBIs and two runs scored ... Illinois (May 14-16): Appeared in all three games, making two starts. Batted .273 (3 for 11) with two home runs, including his second grand slam of the year, six RBIs and two runs scored ... Big Ten Tournament (May 20-22): Started all three games and went 1 for 7 (.143) with an RBI.
Appeared in 38 games, making 18 starts ... Hit .253 with one double, two home runs, 13 RBIs and six runs scored ... at No. 15 Baylor (Feb. 22-24): Appeared in two games as a reserve ... at Western Kentucky (Feb. 29-March 2): Appeared in two games, making one start ... Went 1 for 4 with a double and two RBIs ... at No. 4 Kentucky (March 9-10): Made one start and appeared as a reserve in another ... Went 2 for 6 (.333) ... at Ohio (March 15-16): Started two games and went 1 for 6 (.167) ... Western Illinois (March 22-23): Started three of four games and batted .364 (4 for 11) with his first home run of the season, three RBIs and two runs scored ... Valparaiso (March 26): Went 1 for 1 with an RBI after entering the game as a pinch hitter ... Northwestern (March 28-30): Appeared in three games, making two starts ... at Iowa (April 4-6): Appeared in all four games, making two starts ... Finished 1 for 7 (.143) with two RBIs ... at Miami (Ohio) (April 15): Started and went 1 for 3 (.333) ... at Ohio State (April 18-20): Saw action in two games as a reserve ... Minnesota (April 25-27): Pinch hit in the series finale ... at Indiana (May 3-5): Appeared in three of four games, making one start ... Had a two-run, pinch-hit single in the top of the ninth in the series opener and hit a two-run homer in the series finale ... Finished the series 3 for 6 (.500) with four RBIs and a run scored ... Michigan State (May 9-10): Saw action in all three games of the series, including two starts ... at Illinois (May 16-17): Started two of the four games in the series and batted .571 (4 for 7) with a run scored ... Big Ten Championship (May 22-24): Appeared in three of the four games as a reserve and went 1 for 3 (.333) at the plate.
Appeared in 19 games, making six starts ... Batted .231 with a double, a home run, two RBIs and four runs scored ... at Georgia (Feb. 23-25): Saw his first collegiate action as a reserve in two games ... at Western Kentucky (March 2-4): Saw action in all three games as a reserve ... at No. 13 Auburn (March 9-11): Collected his first hit of the season, a double, and scored two runs in two games ... at Alabama-Birmingham (March 13-14): Appeared in one game as a reserve ... Ohio State (April 27-29): Appeared in three games, making one start ... Finished the series 2 for 5 (.400), including his first collegiate home run on a pinch-hit at-bat ... at Penn State (May 5-6): Went 2 for 5 (.400) in three games ... Iowa (May 11-13): Made one start and appeared in another game as a reserve.
Medically redshirted after suffering arm injury ... Played in three games ... Hit .500, going 2 for 4 for the season ... Chicago State (March 25-26): Collected his first collegiate hit and went 2 for 2 with two RBIs.
Four-year letterwinner at Cathedral High School ... Was a first-team all-city selection as a junior and senior, and was named as one of the 2005 Baseball Prep Top 15 by the Indianapolis Star ... Hit .347 as a senior, with three home runs and 29 RBI, helping the squad claim sectional and regional championships ... Batted .375 during his junior season, with four home runs and 36 RBI ... Was an academic all-conference selection in his first two seasons ... Played for the Indiana Bulls, winners of the 2005 Sandlot World Series.
Full name is Andrew John Madia ... Born: Sept. 19, 1986, in Midland, Mich. ... Son of John and Jean Madia ... Has two sisters, Megan and Kate, and one brother, Daniel ... Majoring in health sciences ... Father was a two-year letterwinner in baseball at Purdue (1976 and 1978).