RC Baseball BIO

2014 (RJunior): In his final season at Rollins, Flutie became a mainstay in the Tars lineup appearing in 40 games and starting 36…the second baseman took over the position after Christian Coburn was transitioned into the outfield…had a stellar Baseball Week as he registered 11 hits with six runs, eight RBI and eight stolen bases…posted a career-best four hits against Concordia (3/2) in the week long stretch…recorded nine multi-hit and four multi-RBI games…ranks 181st in the nation in sacrifice bunts per game and 199th in sacrifice bunts…ended the season with a two game hit streak and reaching base safely in six straight contests…went 3-for-4 in his final collegiate game against Nova Southeastern (5/3) with a double and run…Fall Athletic Director's Honor Roll...SSC Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll...Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2013 (RSophomore): Appeared in 31 games for the Tars, earning a starting spot on 15 occasions...batted a .232 clip with a .358 on base percentage and a .286 slugging...matched a career-best five at-bats twice this season - Felician College (3/6) and Florida Southern (5/10) the Tars' second annual New England trip, Flutie went 1-for-3 with career-highs in runs (3) and stolen bases (2) against Saint Anselm (4/26)...finished the season with 13 hits, 10 runs, three doubles and eight RBI...named to Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2012 (RFreshman): Flutie made 19 appearances for the Tars and earned his first start against Saint Anselm (2/27) - started a total of five games, including back-to-back starts against Nova Southeastern (5/11-12) in the final series of the season...third on the team in sac bunts (3)...registered a career-high five at-bats against Saint Anselm (2/27) and tallied three hits and scored four runs on the season...named to the 2012 Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2011 (Freshman): Redshirted freshman campaign...named to SSC Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll and Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

High School:  Played almost all positions at Natick High School, a wood bat league...member of the two-time conference champion Redmen (2007, '10)...helped lead the Redmen to postseason play in his final three seasons...All-District First Team as a senior and Second Team during his junior campaign...selected to the Bay State All-Star team as a senior...National Honor Society...Honorable Mention selection his sophomore year...named to the 2007 Rich Pedroli All-Tournament Team after going 4-for-4 with two hits (one double), a home run, and five RBIs...hit a .375 his final season with five home runs.

Personal:  Born Brett Michael Flutie, May 24, 1991 in Natick, Mass. to Donna and Bill brother Billy played football at Boston College...two sisters, Brittany and Brooke...uncles Doug and Darren Flutie played professional football...father Bill played baseball at Brown University...majoring in biology.