#24 Caleb Halverson
Pos: INF/OF
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
Year: SR
Major: Biblical Studies
Parents: David & Kristen
Birthday: March 22
Hometown: Temple City, CA
High School: Temple City
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2015: Battling through injuries, he’s energized to reclaim his center field post for what he and the coaches hope will be a superb, final collegiate campaign…remarkable speed makes him a threat on the bases and enables him to get to balls hit over his head, in front of him and in the alleys…owns a strong and accurate arm…hits effectively from each side of the plate…sprays the ball around and bunts very well…will hit either at the bottom of the order or at the top, giving the club valuable speed at each spot…a very composed athlete, he’ll take on leadership responsibilities that come with being a four-year vet.

2014: Persevered through a junior campaign marked by an early-season injury that caused him to miss 23 games…made 26 starts in center field and was flawless in 56 chances…posted a season-best six putouts vs. Westmont on 4/26/14…got off to a great start, going 7-14 in the first four games of the campaign…wound up with five multi-hit games.

2013: Three games into the season he took over the starting job in center field and held it for the final 58 games of the campaign…hit a solid .284 and finished third on the club in runs scored, sacrifices, and stolen bases…strung together 17 multi-hit games, highlighted by a season-high three hits vs. Vanguard on 2/16/13 and San Diego Christian on 5/4/13 when the Mustangs won the GSAC Tournament…drove in a season-high three runs vs. Oregon Tech on 3/2/13 and swiped a season-best three bases against Concordia on 3/27/13…committed only three errors in 118 chances in center field.

2012: Used primarily as a courtesy runner, the first-year player gave the club a huge advantage on the bases…only five teammates scored more runs and his six stolen bases were fourth on the squad…scored a season-high three runs vs. Menlo on 2/17/12…scored two runs in a game on four occasions…made four starts, all in the outfield.

Temple City HS: A two-year starter on the Ram varsity, he rotated between left and center fields…part of the Rio Hondo League championship team in his final prep season…hit  .367 as a junior and then upped that to .407 as a senior…was an all-league choice and was named to the San Gabriel Valley All-Star team in his final high school season.