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Jack Marder
Position: Undergraduate Assistant Coach
Hometown: Calabasas,Calif.
High School: Newbury Park HS
Experience: 1 Year
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2011 Capital One Academic All-District VIII Second Team
2011 Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team
2011 Team Awards: Outstanding Academic Achievement
2011 Team Awards: Scholar Athlete

Single-Game RBIs*: 8 vs. Nevada (March 19, 2010)
Career HBP*: 32

Single-Season At-Bats: 197 (2010) Ranks tenth
Single-Season Doubles:  11 (2010) Ties for ninth
Single-Season HBP*: 17 (2011) Ranks first; 15 (2010) Ranks second
Single-Season Slugging Percentage*: .391 (2010) Ranks sixth
Single-Season Multiple-RBI Games*: 6 (2010) – Ties for eighth
Single-Season Multiple-Hit Games*: 12 (2010) –Ties for tenth
Career Games Played*: 102 – Ranks fifth
Career Assists*: 58 – Ranks seventh
Career Multiple-RBI Games*: 11 – Ties for fourth
Career Multiple-Hit Games*: 19 – Ranks seventh

*record began in 2009

Jack Marder was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 16th round (483 overall) of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.

Jack Marder was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 16th round (483 overall) of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on June 7.

Marder, a draft-eligible sophomore, spent two seasons with the Ducks batting .232 in 336 career at-bats. During two seasons, Marder drove in 52 runs, and recorded 17 doubles as well as seven home runs. In addition, the native of Calabasas, Calif., was plunked on 32 occasions.

Marder’s sophomore campaign in 2011 was cut short due to a thumb injury suffered on May 3. He missed the final 17 games the season, only making pinch-running appearances. Marder took over catching duties for the 2011 campaign, and in 45 games played batted .209 with 19 RBIs, six doubles and two home runs.

In the classroom, Marder, was named to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District VIII Second Team, as well as, the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team with a 3.35 gpa.

As a freshman in 2010, Marder finished the regular season batting .249 (49-for-197) with 38 runs scored, 33 RBIs and five home runs.

Marder, who split time between first base and right field as a rookie, posted 12 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games in 2010, and ended the regular season batting third in the lineup.


 2011 Statistics Career 
 7 vs. Wichita State (3/26/11)


 7 vs. Wichita State (3/26/11) 
 2, 4x, last vs. Wichita State (3/26/11) Runs
3 vs. #19 San Diego (5/11/10) 
 2, 7x, last vs. #23 Arizona (4/21/11) Hits   3, 3x, last at #22 Stanford (4/10/10)
 3, 3x, last vs. San Francisco (3/23/11) RBIs 8 vs. Nevada (3/19/10) 
 1, 6x, last vs. #23 Arizona (4/21/11) Doubles  2 at #22 Stanford (4/10/10) 
 NA Triples 1 at Oregon State (5/8/10)
 1, 2x, last vs. Wichita State (3/26/11) Home Runs
1, 7x, last vs. Wichita State (3/25/11) 
 3 vs. Wichita State (3/25/11) Walks 3 vs. Wichita State (3/25/11) 
 1, 10x, last at #5 Arizona State (4/2/11) Stolen Bases
  1, 17x, last at #5 Arizona State (4/2/11)
 6 (4/15/11-4/21/11) Hitting Streak
6, 2x, last (4/15/11-4/21/11)
 7 Multiple-Hit Games
 5 Multiple-RBI Games

Derailed by a thumb injury that cost him the final month of the season, batted .209 (29-for-139) with 19 RBIs, 19 runs scored, six doubles and two home runs…earned 34 free bases as he was walked on 17 occasions and plunked an additional 17 times…finished 10-for-13 in stolen bases…took over fulltime catching duties for the Ducks, starting 34 games behind the plate…finished the year with seven multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI games…led the Ducks with a 2-for-4 performance and drove in two runs as Oregon shut out Hawai’i 4-0 (02/20)…hit 1-for-3 with a two-run double and drove in three runs, including the game winner, as Oregon opened its series against BYU with a 6-3 victory (03/10)…drove in three runs and hit 2-for-4 with a double and stolen base as Oregon completed the sweep of BYU with a 10-0 victory (03/12)…hit his first home run of the season – a two-run shot - to give the Ducks a six-run lead over San Francisco en route to a 6-1 victory (03/23)…hit 2-for-2, was plunked twice, drove in a run and scored a run as Oregon opened its series against No. 23 Arizona with a 4-2 win (04/21).

Finished the regular season batting .249 (49-for-197) with 38 runs scored, 33 RBIs and five home runs…improved his average to .262 in Pac-10 play…finished the regular season with 12 multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games…split time between right field (25 starts) and first base (27 starts), and ended the regular season batting third in the lineup…was hit-by-pitch a team-leading 15 times (5th Pac-10)...missed five games (5/15-5/26) after suffering a concussion on May 14 vs. East Tennessee State…in a 16-2 win over Nevada, was 3-for-5 with a home run, setting a new modern era record with a single-game high eight RBIs (3/19)…hit a three-run, opposite field homer in the top of the ninth, capping a six-run rally to defeat Arizona, 9-8 (3/28)…spurred Oregon’s comeback in a series-clinching 9-6 victory over then No. 22 Stanford with 3-for-4, four-RBI, two runs scored performance (4/10)…was 2-for-4 with a RBI and run scored in Oregon’s series-clinching 8-4 victory over No. 1 UCLA (4/17)…was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a home run in Oregon’s 9-4 non-conference victory over Oregon State (4/27).

Was selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 30th round (906 overall) of the 2009 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.

A 2009 graduate of Newbury Park High School in California...played all four years of his high school career on the varsity squad under head coaches Scott Drootin (3 yrs.) and Chuck Berrington (1 yr.) the program’s all-time hits 2009 was named to the CIF Southern Section Division I First Team after leading the Panthers and ranking fourth in the Marmonte League with a .437 batting average...also led the league with six home runs and 24 stolen bases...finished his senior season with a .775 slugging percentage, a .527 on-base percentage, 37 runs scored, 24 RBIs and 10 a junior led the Marmonte League in batting average (.516) and on-base percentage (.602)...totaled 47 hits, 29 runs scored, 20 RBIs, 16 doubles, two triples and 15 stolen bases...during his senior and junior seasons was named all-state, CIF First Team, all-Ventura County, First Team Marmonte League and Team 2007 he also was named to the Marmonte League First Team as well all-county honors and team Offensive Player of the Year 2006 was named the Panthers’ Rookie of the Year...was also a four-year Principal Scholar-Athlete and four-year member of the Honor Roll.


Played second base for the Conejo Oaks of the California Collegiate League...was named all-league and won the league’s batting title hitting .375...named the No. 6 prospect in the league.


Major is undecided...parents are David and Ricki Marder...has two sisters; Samanha (was a catcher on the Ohio State softball team) and Billi.


2010.... .249 57-57 197 38 49 11 1 5 33 77 .391 14 15 27 7 .344 1 10 7-7 293 23 1 .997
2011.... .209 45-42 139 19 29 6 0 2 19 41 .295 17 17 27 1 .360 2 5 10-13 303 35 6 .983
TOTAL... .232 102-99 336 57 78 17 1 7 52 118 .351 31 32 54 8 .351 3 15 17-20 596 58 7 .98