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Cooper Blauser




187 lbs








Johns Creek, Ga.


Jacksonville State

**Bio information via Clemson Athletics


  • Redshirted
  • No. 374 freshman in the nation in the preseason by Perfect Game
  • No. 81 freshman in the ACC in the preseason by Perfect Game
  • played for Lexington County in the Coastal Plain League in the summer, when he hit .321 with eight doubles, a triple, 22 RBIs, 28 runs and 11 steals in 32 games; Coastal Plain League All-Star Game selection.

Before Clemson: 

  • No. 448 player and No. 104 shortstop in the nation by Perfect Game
  • No. 44 player and No. 13 shortstop in Georgia by Perfect Game
  • Georgia Dugout Club All-Star
  • second-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball
  • member of the state championship team as a senior
  • lettered four times in baseball and three times in football at Wesleyan School, where he was coached by Brian Krehmeyer


  • His father, Jeff, played baseball at Sacramento City College and in the majors with the Atlanta Braves; in 13 MLB years (1987-99) with the Braves (11) and Cubs (2), he hit .262 with 217 doubles, 33 triples, 122 homers, 513 RBIs, 691 runs and 65 steals in 1,407 games; All-Star Game selection in 1993 and 1997
  • majoring in financial management
  • born Cooper Hayes Blauser on March 24, 2003 in Johns Creek, Ga.

Career Statistics

Tom Sox Fall to Cavaliers in Ninth Inning

A beautiful sunset backdrop painted the picture at Culpeper High School for a meeting between the Charlottesville Tom Sox (24-10) and the Culpeper Cavaliers (17-18). In an offensive shootout with five total lead changes, the Tom Sox fell in walk-off fashion to the Cavaliers, 6-5.

Tom Sox Navigate Thunderstorms to Earn Pair of Wins

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (24-9) and Waynesboro Generals (13-22) battled the elements to get a doubleheader underway on Wednesday evening at Charlottesville High School. After a two-hour rain and lightning delay pushed the first matchup back to 7:05 p.m., the ‘Sox slugged their way to an 11-1 victory.

‘Sox Slug Past Staunton on Scorching Sunday

On a blazing Sunday afternoon at Charlottesville High School, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (22-9) topped the Staunton Braves (13-19), 10-4, on ‘Western Day’ at the ballpark. After the Braves struck early, Colby Wallace (East Carolina) powered the ‘Sox offense with three RBI as Charlottesville caught fire and earned another home victory.

‘Sox Drop Marathon Game in Staunton

On a humid evening at John Moxie Memorial Stadium, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-8) dropped a slugfest against the Staunton Braves (12-14) by a score of 11-10 in 11 innings. Despite multiple rallies throughout the contest, the ‘Sox fell just short in a four-and-a-half-hour affair – the longest contest by time in team history (4:35).

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge