Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Junior
Hometown: Owings Mills, Md.
High School: St. Paul


As a Sophomore (2014): Started 62 of Maryland’s 63 games … hit .247 with 12 doubles, one triple and two home runs … scored 37 runs and drove in 25 … set a single-season school record with 17 sacrifice bunts, which ranked second in the ACC … named to the Columbia All-Regional team ... earned ACC All-Tournament team honors at first base ... had two singles and a stolen base in the final game of the series at Florida (2/16) ... went 6-for-14 with four runs and a RBI in three games against UMass (3/1-2) ... had three hits in three games at Florida State (3/7-9) including a two-RBI double in game two ... had three hits and two RBI in the final game of a three-game set with North Carolina (3/16) ... scored a run and stole a base in game one against NC State (3/21) ... had a double and scored a run against VCU (4/1) ... went 3-for-3 with two doubles, two runs scored and three RBI against Liberty (4/2) ... had four hits in three games at Wake Forest (4/4-6) ... had two hits and two RBI at George Mason (4/8) ... tied a season high with three hits in the series finale at Virginia Tech (4/13) and added a run and a RBI ... walked twice and added a single and a run against Navy (4/16) ... went 2-for-5 in the series finale against Georgia Tech (4/20) ... totaled a career-high four hits with two RBI and three runs against George Mason (4/23) ... walked twice and scored a run in game one at BC (4/25) ... had two hits and a RBI against James Madison (4/29) .... had a hit in each of the three games against Notre Dame (5/2-4) including a RBI double in the series finale ... had two RBI and two runs scored at VCU (5/6) ... had a double and scored three runs in game one at Pitt (5/9) ... led off the ninth with his first triple of the season and scored the eventual winning run in the series finale at Pitt (5/10) ... hit a career-high two home runs against UVA (5/22) including the game winner to open the ACC Tournament ... had two hits including a RBI double against North Carolina (5/24) ... went 2-for-3 with a RBI double at South Carolina (5/31) … went 1-for-3 with a run scored in the final game of the Charlottesville Super Regional (6/9).

As a Freshman (2013): A versatile player who made 55 starts in 2013, primarily at first base, and made appearances in the outfield, and pitched ... hit .260 with a team-high 38 RBI and scored 36 runs with 14 doubles, three triples and one home run … led the team in walks (41), tied for the team lead in triples (3), and ranked second in doubles (14) and stolen bases (14) ... closed the season having reached base in 39 straight ... had a team-high nine multi-RBI games ... made his collegiate debut at LSU (2/15) … had four hits and six runs scored in a four-game series against Oakland (2/22-24) … at JMU (2/27), tallied three RBI on his first career triple ... hit safely in all three games at UVa (3/9-10) with four hits including his second triple of the year and four RBI ... went 3-for-7 in the first two games of the FSU series (3/15-16), with two RBI and two doubles ... had three hits and four runs scored against Wake Forest (3/22-24) … drove in three runs in three games at NC State (3/29-13) … reached base in four of his six plates appearances at George Mason (4/10) and scored four runs ... went 3-for-12 with two RBI in the Miami series (4/12-14) ... went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI in a win over Virginia Tech (4/20) to open the three-game series ... drove in a career-high five runs at Towson (4/24) and hit Maryland’s first grand slam since April 4, 2009 ... three hits and three RBI in a series at Duke (4/26-28) ... had a two-RBI double against VCU (5/8) … had two hits and a RBI in a three-game set with Boston College (5/16-18).

At St. Paul's School: A four-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball at the Brooklandville, Md., school...played outfield and pitched for the Crusaders...named to the 2012 Preseason Under Armour All-American Team...selected to the 2012 Baltimore Sun All-Metro First Team...named to the All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association team in 2010, 2011 and 2012...selected to the 2011 and 2012 Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Preseason All-State team...earned a spot on the 2011 Baltimore Sun All-Metro Second Team....was ranked the No. 1 prospect in the class of 2012 in Maryland by Dynamic Baseball.

Personal: Full name is LaMonte Wade Jr. ...Son of LaMonte Wade Sr. and Emily Jones...has one brother, Jamal...favorite sports hero is Ken Griffey Jr...plans to pursue a career with the FBI...enjoys playing table tennis in his free time.
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