NATE MONDOU  •  CLASS OF 2013

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Personal Info:
Home Town: Lake Tapps, WA 
D.O.B:  3/24/1995   
Parents: Wayne & Sherry

Baseball Bio:
Position:  3B / 2B
Bats:  Left  •  Throws:   Right
Height:   5-9  •  Weight:   180
Summer Team: 
NW Timberjacks
Travel Team:  Team Northwest
60 yd: 6.96 - PG National Showcase - 6/15/12
Throw Velocity: 88mph 3rd to 1st
Ball off Bat Velocity:

98mph - Hit Trax Verified 5/15

Game Schedules:
HS Game Schedule . . pdf
Summer Schedule . . . pdf

Showcase Event . . . pdf

Academic Info:
High School:  Charles Wright Academy
GPA:   3.48
SAT:    1810
NCAA Clearinghouse:  0123456789
Preferred Major:  Business
College Commitment:   Wake Forest

Academic Awards & Honors:

 

References: 

Mike Brooks - Team Northwest . . email
High School Coach . . email

Summer Team Coach . . email


Additional references available upon request

Articles & Attachments:
Perfect Game Profile  •  Perfect Game 17U World Series All Tourney Selections  •  Blogs from Jupiter 2011  •  USA-Mondou Wins Gold  •  14U National Team Trials Invite

Athletic Awards & Honors:

2012 17U PG World Series All Tournament Team - Louisville Slugger MLB Prime Nine (Tourney Hits Leader)
2012 Perfect Game National Showcase - Metrodome - Minneapolis, MN
2012 Nisqually League 1st Team  •  2012 Tacoma News Tribune All Area Team
2012 BBNW Top Player List #8 in WA Class of 2013  *  Under Armour Pre-Season All American
2011 Perfect Game WWBA World Championships Jupter, FL - Highest Batting Average / All Tourney Team
2011 USA Baseball 16U National Team Trials  •  2011 Tacoma News Tribune All Area Team
2009 USA Baseball 14U National Team - COPABE Pan Am Championships - Ecuador - Gold Medal

 

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