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Cameron Blaquiere

Cameron  Blaquiere


Jacksonville, Fla.

High School:
The Bolles School

Last College:
FSC Jacksonville

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190



Blaquiere, Purus, & Sparks Named 2018 SoCon All-Tournament

Offensive players combined for 20 hits, 17 RBI; Purus 15 Ks in three appearances


WCU's Tournament Run Comes to a Close with 10-2 Loss to No. 5 Mercer

Will Prater and Cameron Blaquiere tally three hits apiece in season-ending loss


Walter, Sparks Lead No. 9 Western Carolina Over No. 1 UNCG

Catamounts oust the 2018 SoCon regular season champion with second win this week


'Sparks' Early Despite Rain; No. 9 WCU Holds Off No. 6 ETSU, 11-8

Western Carolina offense erupts early, holds off Bucs late to advance into Saturday


Ninth-Seeded Western Carolina Shocks Top-Seed UNCG, 10-2

Sparks, Parks, and Robinson combine for eight hits, seven RBI

2018 (Senior): Played in 50 of the team's 58 games including 50 starts, 47 at shortstop and three at third base ... Finished the year with a .269 batting average, tallying 49 hits in 182 at bats with 20 hits going for extra bases including a team-best 15 doubles, a triple, and four home runs ... Recorded 15 multiple-hit games including 13 games with two hits and twice finishing with three-hit outings ... Posted five multi-RBI games, finishing the year with 25 RBI ... Selected as the Leggett No.7 Legacy at the start of the season, chosen to wear the coveted No. 7 jersey this year ... Had a 13-game hitting streak, March 9 through April 8 that included five, two-hit games ... Was a part of turning 21 double plays in the field ... Twice recorded two doubles in the same game, doing so against Marshall (March 6) and UNCG (May 26) ... Selected to the 2018 Southern Conference Baseball Championship All-tournament team, collecting nine hits including three multi-hit games twice finishing with three hits ... Homered twice in tallying three hits in WCU's single-elimination game win over The Citadel (May 22), driving in three runs ... Also collected a three-hit outing against Mercer (May 26) ... Closed his career with a three-game hitting streak.

2017 (Junior): Played in 52 games with a combined 45 starts, each coming at third base ... Batted .267 on the season with 43 hits including 12 for extra bases with four doubles, a triple, and seven home runs ... Tallied 32 RBI while also scoring 32 runs ... Finished with 11 multiple hit games including five two and five three-hit games, while also recording seven multiple RBI outings ... Collected his first base hit at WCU -- and his first multi-hit game -- in the road win at Coastal Carolina (Feb. 18) ... Collected his first extra-base hit with the Catamounts on a triple at home against Marshall (Feb. 25) ... Drove in three runs at Missouri (March 8) ... Had a career-best outing with a 4-for-5 performance at ETSU (April 9), finishing with two home runs, a double, and a career-high seven RBI ... Also had a three-hit game against ETSU (May 24) in the SoCon Tournament ... Named to the 2016-17 Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll; Summer League: Played for the St. Cloud (Minn.) Rox of the Northwoods League during the summer, appearing in 33 games ... Hit .255 with 27 hits including eight doubles and two triples ... Drove in 11 while scoring 18 runs.

Prior to Western Carolina: Transferred to WCU from Florida State College in Jacksonville ... Played prep baseball at The Bolles School.


Career Highs:
At Bats: 6, twice (MR: CANISIUS, 2/24/18)
Hits: 4, at ETSU (4/9/17)
Runs: 4, MARSHALL (2/25/17)
Doubles: 2, twice (MR: vs. UNCG, 5/26/18)
Triples: 1, twice (MR: 3/27/18)
Home Runs: 2, twice (MR: vs. The Citadel, 5/22/18)
RBI: 7, at ETSU (4/9/17)
Walks: 3, at VMI-1 (4/14/18)
Hitting Streak: 13 games, (3/9/18 - 4/8/18)