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Kyle Smith






205 lbs.




Wilmington, N.C.

Previous School

New Hanover HS/St. Johns River State Coll.





Kyle Smith NCAA Statistics Page
Kyle Smith Baseball Reference Page

Mountain West Academic All-Conference – 2022
Mountain West Scholar Athlete – 2022

2023 (Junior) – #24

In second season with the Lobos played in 28 games while making 20 starts behind the plate…batted .271 in 70 at-bats…had three doubles, three triples, and five home runs on the way to a slugging percentage of .508…reached base at a clip of .388…totaled 13 RBIs and 17 runs scored…drew 16 walks and led the team with 10 hit by pitch against just 17 strikeouts…stole two bases in two attempts…posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 130 chances behind the plate…had a season-high three hits on April 23 at Air Force…had five multi-RBI games…had a season-high eight total bases on April 23 at Air Force…had a season-high nine putouts on two occasions…had a season-high two assists on five occasions…reached base in 18 consecutive games from Feb. 24-May 6…had a seven-game hitting streak…named a CSC academic all-district selection.

2022 (Sophomore) – #30

In first season with the Lobos hit .286 with three home runs and 18 RBIs…suited up in 32 games and logged 63 at-bats…added three doubles and two triples for a slugging percentage of .540…had a season-high four hits and six RBIs on April 24 at UNLV…academic all-conference selection…named a Mountain West Scholar Athlete.

St. Johns River State College (2021)
2021 (Freshman) – #5

In second collegiate season played 49 games and hit .294 with four home runs and 28 RBIs…ranked second on the team with 15 doubles…was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen base attempts…posted an OPS of .887…ranked second on the team with 36 runs scored…posted a .980 fielding percentage in a team-high 306 chances…had a season-high four RBIs on April 9 against Florida State College at Jacksonville.

New Hanover High School (Class of 2019)

Helped team to back-to-back state championships in 2018 and 2019…graduated in the top-10 percent of his class in the spring of 2019…committed more than 80 volunteer hours.

Smith on choosing UNM: “I loved the coaches and felt like this was the best place to succeed on and off the field.”