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#27 Jon Henne, Jr.

First Base
Height: 6-0
Weight: 200

Class: Senior
Hometown: Elkhorn, Neb.
Major: Marketing and business management

ABOUT JON

Born: Oct. 31, 1986
Parent: Jon and Lynette Henne
Sisters: Sarah, Taylor

Goals For This Season: Conference title
Best Thing About Maryville: La Bonita
Favorite Pro Athlete: Tiger Woods
Favorite Movie I've Seen This Year: "Step Brothers"
Favorite TV Show: "Friends"
Favorite Music Artist: Kenny Chesney
Sport You're Lest Successful at: Basketball
Person You'd Switch Places for a day: Lebron James
Dream Job: Professional baseball player
First Job: Construction laborer
Best Player You've Played Against: Alex Gordon
If You Could Travel Anywhere in the World: Dubai
Something You Have to do Before Turning 40: Graduate college
If You Could Have Any Talent: Good golfer
My Parents Were Right When They Told Me: Work hard and good things will happen
Most Influential Person In Your Life: Dad
If You Won the Lottery, You Would: Have multiple houses all over the world
Most Prized Possession: iPod
Most Memorable Game: Beating Central Missouri
Best Thing About Coach Loe's Practices: Opportunites to get better
Best Thing About Home Games: Fans
Best Thing About Road Games: Beating teams on their field

2009

Started 31 of 51 games (3-C, 13-1B, 15-DH) … hit .281 with two home runs, 15 RBIs and 14 runs scored … second on the team with a .991 fielding percentage … hit both home runs and had 12 of his RBIs in MIAA play … one of three Bearcats with 100-plus put-outs (104) … had eight multi-hit games in 2009 … had a hit in 13 of 15 games during the middle of the season … hit .346 with a home run during a six-game hitting streak in April … MIAA Commissioner's Honor Roll


2008

MIAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll ... hit .340 with a .540 slugging percentage in 14 starts and 21 appearances ... hit both home runs in back-to-back games against Pittsburg State (4/26-27) ... named MIAA Hitter of the Week (4/28) ... ended the season with an eight-game hitting streak to nearly double his season batting average with six multi-hit games in that span ... recorded two of his career-high four RBIs against Pittsburg state (4/26) on a single in the ninth inning to score the game-tying runs that forced extra innings

2007

Appeared in 36 games with 32 starts ... finished the season with eight multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games ... named to the Northwest Academic Honor Roll

2006

Saw limited action as a backup before taking a medical redshirt due to a shoulder injury ... made his first career collegiate hit in a one-of-three outing against West Florida (3/1) ... named to the Northwest Academic Honor Roll

Elkhorn High School

Four-year letterwinner in baseball and football ... was a second-team all-state baseball peformer his senior season ... earned honorable mention all-state honors in baseball in 2003 ... earned all-conference honors in football

Personal Bio


Son of Jon and Lynette Henne ... born Oct. 31, 1986

Career Stats

Season Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%
2006 .083 6-3 12 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .083 0 1 7 0 .154 0 0 0-0 7 0 0 1.00
2007 .296 36-32 98 20 29 8 1 1 12 42 .429 5 1 18 3 .333 1 5 0-0 15 3 0 1.00
2008 .340 21-14 53 10 18 3 0 2 13 27 .509 4 3 15 0 .417 0 1 1-1 17 0 1 .944
2009 .281 34-31 114 14 32 5 0 2 15 43 .377 6 4 27 1 .339 0 1 1-1 104 10 1 .994
2010 .306 54-53 173 30 53 18 0 1 17 74 .428 16 8 30 1 .389 1 3 9-13 405 22 6 .986
Total .296 151-133 450 76 133 34 1 6 57 187 .416 31 17 97 5 .362 2 10 11-15 548 35 8 .986