Height: 6'2"
Weight: 200
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Portsmouth, N.H.
High School: Portsmouth


As a Redshirt Junior (2014): Made 14 starts in the outfield and two starts at DH … appeared in 32 games … hit .230 with a home run, four doubles and 16 runs scored went 0-for-2 in his season debut at Florida (2/14) ... recorded first hit of the season against Bryant (2/22) in game two of a doubleheader ... went 2-for-5 with a double and a run scored at Florida State (3/7-9) ... against Delaware (3/11) had a RBI double and scored a run ... had one hit, a walk and a run scored against Delaware (3/18) ... had a double and run scored against UMBC (3/19) ... had a RBI single and a walk in game one against NC State (3/21) ... hit a pinch-hit home run in game one against Clemson (3/28) ... went 1-for-3 with a run scored in game two at WF (4/5) ... had a double and run scored at George Mason (4/8) ... went 1-for-3 in game one at VT (4/11) ... had a season-high two hits against George Mason (4/23) ... in game two at BC (4/25), scored a run and walked ... went 1-for-2 with a run scored as a pinch hitter and defensive replacement in game one at Pitt (5/9) ... appeared as a pinch hitter against North Carolina (5/24) and at Virginia (6/9).

As a Junior (2013): Played in 17 games with 10 starts, eight of which came in left field … posted a .308 batting average with 12 hits including five doubles in 39 plate appearances and had 10 RBI … saw limited action primarily as a pinch hitter after suffering an injury prior to game one at Virginia (3/9) ... finished with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBI in game one of a DH against Oakland (2/22) ... drove in two runs in a 10-5 win at JMU (2/27) ... had a career-high five RBI in the final game of a four-game series against Princeton (3/3) and tied a career high with three hits.

As a Sophomore (2012): Played in 48 games with 40 starts, seeing time in the outfield and first base ... tied for second on the team with Tomo Delp with four home runs ... had seven multiple-hit games ... his 10-game hitting streak from 3/4 to 3/17 was the longest by a Terp this season ... was fourth on the team with five multi-RBI games ... batted .234 with 24 runs scored and 16 RBI ... hit his first home run of the season on 2/25 vs. Purdue as part of back-to-back jacks with Tim Kiene ... went 5-for-12 with four runs, two RBI and a home run in the Wake Forest series (3/9-11) ... went 3-for-5 with a home run against George Mason (4/3), going back-to-back with Tim Kiene for the second time this season ... hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning against Duke (4/13), lifing Maryland to a 4-2 victory ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run against Duke (4/14).

As a Freshman (2011): Appeared in 36 games, including 22 starts ... second on the team with four home runs ... broke his hand on 3/5 against Canisius, causing him to miss over a month ... returned to action on 4/8 at Clemson ... had two home runs prior to his injury, one at Texas (2/19) and one vs. Canisius (3/4) ... drew two walks and went 2-for-2 with one double and one run scored against Navy (2/23) ... against Delaware State (4/12) went 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run scored ...had single hits at James Madison (4/13), James Madison (4/19), Virginia Tech (4/24), Saint Joseph's (4/26) and NC State (4/30) ... turned in an outstanding performance in the series at North Carolina, going 5-for-9 with two home runs and five RBI ... his three-run homer against the Tar Heels on 5/7 tied the game and his two-run shot on 5/8 gave Maryland the lead, though the Terps went on to lose both games.

At Portsmouth: Helped lead the Clippers to three state championships and a 63-game winning streak ... a first team all-state selection his junior and senior years ... named the New Hampshire Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... a second team all-state selection as a sophomore ... third team all-state as a freshman ... a first team all-state selection in football as a junior and senior ... also lettered three years in basketball and won a state championship as a junior ... finished career with .468 batting average, 31 HRs, 112 runs scored, and 134 RBIs in 77 games.

Personal: Michael John Montville ... son of Bob and Juli Montville ... has one sister, Morgan ... favorite sports hero is Ken Griffey Jr ... chose Maryland because of the coaching staff ... also recruited by Connecticut, Northeastern, Penn State and Winthrop.
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