2012 (RSenior): Mager leaves Rollins as one of the most decorated baseball players in history ranking in the top-20 in multiple statistical categories in both the Sunshine State Conference and in the Rollins record books... the first baseman batted a team second-best .332 during his senior campaign, making a start in 49 contests...led the team in on base percentage (.416, 12th - SSC), runs scored (35, T10th - SSC), RBI (35, T10th - SSC), walks drawn (27, 6th - SSC), chances (417, 1st - SSC) and putouts (351, 3rd - SSC)...finished second in slugging percentage (.435), third in hits (61, T9th - SSC) and doubles (10) and tied for fourth in home runs (3)... named to the 2012 Tino Martinez Award Watch List...led the team with 20 multi-hit games and also tallied seven multi-RBI contests...made the transition back to first base after spending all of last season in the hot corner...concluded his career at Rollins batting a career .334 (T20th), ties for fifth all-time in triples (11), ties for 11th in extra-base hits (66), ranks 14th in runs (134), ties for 15th in doubles (41), 16th in RBI (133), ties for 17th in total bases (306), 18th in slugging percentage (.509) and 21st in hits (201)...named to the All-Sunshine State Conference Second Team.
2011 (Senior): Became the program's all-time leader in triples in a season with nine, a feat accomplished against Saint Leo (5/07)...his nine triples ranked third in the nation, but led through April 17...ended the season with a team-best .381 batting average, which ranked sixth in the Sunshine State Conference and 104th in the nation...ranks 18th in Rollins history in career hitting with a .336, 19th in doubles with 31, 12th in slugging percentage (.542) and ties for fifth in triples with 11...ranks in the top-10 in seven statistical categories in the conference, including leading the league in triples...scored the game-winning run against Saint Leo (5/7) in extra innings, taking a 3-2 victory over the Lions...was second on the team in stolen bases with 14 stolen bags in 15 attempts...named All-SSC Honorable Mention...earned a spot in the famed Rollins College Baseball Week All-Tournament Team...was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle against Fla. Memorial (4/30) going 4-for-5 with four runs scored, a double, and a home run...held a nine-game hit streak beginning Feb. 11 (P.R.-Rio Piedras) through Feb. 25 (FIT)...led the team with 24 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games...tallied a career-high six at-bats twice, last against No. 8 Barry in a 14-13 victory in extras...led the team with 74 hits, 50 runs scored, 17 doubles, nine triples, 52 RBI and five home runs...posted a .428 on-base percentage and a .639 slugging percentage.
2010 (Junior): Ended the season with a .296 average and was the Tars’ primary clean-up hitter…registered six home runs and 46 RBIs…stole four bases on five attempts…had a .456 slugging percentage…fourth with 14 doubles…against conference series against Barry, was 7-for-14 with four runs scored, six RBIs, two home runs and two doubles…one of two players to record five hits in a single-game, a feat accomplished against Eckerd (4/17/10)…next game against the Tritons recorded a season-best six RBIs…second on the team in walks with 27.
Prior to Rollins: Played one season at Brookdale Community College…was named a Junior College All-American, All-Region and All-Garden State during his one season…attended the University of Maine in 2008 and received a medical hardship after appearing in nine games and starting eight…finished with three hits and two RBIs.
High School: Attended Middletown North High School…played shortstop for the Lions and was a career .443 batter…named a Preseason All-American and culminated his senior year with a .520 batting average …was a team captain and a four-year letterwinner.
Personal: Born Kevin Joeseph Mager, May 16, 1989…parents Frank and Silvia Mager…one brother Mark (30)…one sister, Kristina (32)…credits his father and brother for having the greatest influence in his life…brother played four years for Harvard baseball…enjoys golf, guitar and working out…planning to pursue a degree in sociology.