Each weekday, the athletics department will be releasing "Senior Day" profiles for all of our spring student-athletes. For a full list of profiles, please click HERE
Today's profile is on MCLA Baseball standout Christian Seariac.
Seariac completed a decorated career during his time in North Adams. The Framingham native will graduate as a member of the Dean's List, the MASCAC All Academic team, Chi Alpha Sigma, and a Louis Parisien award winner from MCLA.
On the field, Seariac was named a captian over the last two seasons. He was off to a flying start as a senior batting .400 over the opening six games with 5 RBI's and 5 runs scored. He also swiped three bases in those six games.
Throughout his career, he batted .279 and was named All MASCAC after his freshman season. He played in 101 games and amassed 89 hits with 38 RBI, 62 runs scored, and 27 stolen bases.
Primarily used as an outfielder over his first three seasons, Seariac was transitioning to shortstop as a senior. Below are some of Seariac's favorite moments and interests during his time as a Trailblazer:
Favorite Athlete/Moment of your athletics career: Being named a captain as a Junior
Favorite Sports Teams: Red Sox
What is your favorite place to eat around North Adams: Hot Harry's
What is your favorite thing about MCLA?: My teammates
What do you miss the most about competing this Spring?: Playing baseball, I crave playing the sport and not playing it is killing me
What advice would you give other students in your program?: Work hard, no one can take that away from you
What are your plans after graduation?: Graduate school
Favorite memory being involved in MCLA Athletics: Making the Playoffs freshman years after the baseball team hadn't made it 8 years
Favorite professor and class at MCLA, elaborate why: Tara Barboza, she really pushed me to do well
Current TV Show Binge?: The Righteous Gemstones
What is your dream job?: College baseball Coach
Favorite Phone App?: Twitter
Favorite Sport besides the one you play: Ice Hockey
Favorite Movie: Miracle