Career: Completed career with 52 doubles, which ranked as the fifth-highest total in Ball State history.
2014 (Sr.): Started in all 57 games . . . 13th in the nation and first in the Mid-American Conference in doubles . . . 17th in the nation and second in the conference in doubles per game . . . 23rd in the nation and first in the MAC in runs batted in . . . 17th in the nation and first in the conference in runs batted in per game . . . 40th in the nation and first in the MAC in total bases . . . first in the conference in hits . . . second in the conference in home runs . . . second in the conference in in home runs per game . . . third in the conference in runs . . . third in the conference in slugging percentage . . . tallied a season long 11-game hitting streak . . . second for the Cardinals in multi-hit games with 21 and led the team with 16 multi-RBI contests . . . ended the season by reaching safely in 19 straight games plus had a stretch of reaching base safely 20 straight contests during the season . . . third on the team with a .333 batting average . . . tied his career high with five hits vs. IPFW (March 15) in a 5-for-5 performance . . . drove in a career best five runs, while going 4-for-4 vs. Eastern Michigan (April 5) in the first gmae of a double header . . . MAC West Division Player of the Week (April 7 and April 28) . . . led Ball State in slugging percentage (.540), runs scored (48), hits (79), RBI (57), doubles (22), home runs (9), stolen bases (21) and total bases (128) . . . ranked third in batting average (.333) and fourth in on-base percentage (.403) . . . 237 hits ranked as the fourth-best single season total in school history . . . 22 doubles ranked as a tie for the third-highest single-season total in school history.
2013 (Jr.): Appeared in 55 games with 55 starts . . . managed an 11-game hitting streak during the season . . . ended the year with an eight game hitting streak . . . team high 24 multi-hit games . . . six multi-RBI contests . . . second on the team with five home runs.... led the team with 107 total bases. . . one triple at Lipscomb (Feb. 23) and one vs. Akron (March 23). . . third on the team with 30 RBI . . . led the team with a .329 batting average and .482 slugging percentage. . . hit .345 in Mid-American Conference games. . . second on the team in doubles with 15 and triples with two
Played in 40 games with 33 starts in the outfield to earn his second letter ... Missed 10 games due to an injury ... Led the team with a .328 batting average as he posted 43 hits in 131 at-bats ... Second on the team with 24 runs scored while driving in 18 runs ... Led the team with 13 stolen bases in 15 attempts ... Posted a team-high 10 doubles while also hitting a home run and a triple ... Second on the team with a .443 slugging percentage ... Tallied eight multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI games ... Named the Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week (May 20) after leading the Cardinals to a series sweep of Northern Illinois ... Posted a .667 (10-of-15) batting average in the three-game series while driving in seven runs ... Notched a career high five hits at Northern Illinois (May 17), while driving in a season high four runs ... Posted four hits against Ohio (April 15) and three hits against Indiana (April 4) and Northern Illinois (May 19) ... Hit a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth inning against Kent State (March 31) ... Recorded an 11-game hitting streak from March 17-April 4 ... Hit safely in 19 of 21 games from March 17 through April 20 as he was 27-of-78 (.346), including five multiple-hit games ... Led the team with a .431 batting average in MAC play as he started 15 games, missing three weekends due to injury ... Finished second in the MAC in batting in league play with 28 hits in 65 at-bats ... Drove in 14 runs and scored 13 in league play with six doubles, a triple and a home run while posting a .600 slugging percentage.
Named the ninth best prospect in the Cal Ripken Summer League by Baseball America ... Played in 32 games to earn his first letter ... Made 25 starts, primarily at left field ... Posted a .272 batting average on the strength of 28 hits in 103 at-bats ... Scored 22 runs while driving in 14 ... Posted five doubles, a triple and two home runs to record a .398 slugging percentage ... Recorded eight multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI games ... Notched a career-high three hits at Buffalo (April 15) ... Drove in a career-high four runs against Toledo (May 21) ... Posted home runs against Bowling Green (April 10) and Toledo (May 21) ... Turned in a five-game hitting streak (April 24-May 6) ... Raised his batting average to .306 in Mid-American Conference play as he started 16 games ... Tallied 19 hits in 62 at-bats while recording a .484 slugging percentage against league foes.
Three-year letterwinner at New Albany High School for coach Chris McIntyre ... Led the Bulldogs to a 74-20 record during his three-year career ... Guided New Albany to back-to-back sectional and conference championships as a junior and senior ... Two-time All-Hoosier Hills Conference selection ... Named Honorable Mention All-State and The Tribune Area Player of the Year as a senior ... Posted a .486 batting average with 54 runs scored his senior year when he was named the team's Most Valuable Player ... Recorded seven home runs, 11 doubles, four triples and 26 stolen bases ... Tallied a .410 batting average as a junior with 14 doubles and five home runs ... Opened his New Albany career with a .365 batting average and 10 doubles as a sophomore ... Played summer baseball for the Louisville Baseball Club.
Major is undecided ... Owns a 3.162 cumulative grade-point average on Ball State's 4.0 scale ... Managed a 3.133 GPA last fall ... Born January 2, 1992 ... Son of Jane and Chris Godfrey ... Has one brother, Andrew ... Full name is Sean Christopher Godfrey ...