Brandon Relf Athlete Profile

#4 Brandon Relf

Brandon Relf
Position: Infielder Height: 5-10 Weight: 200 Roster Years: 2005 | 2008-2010 Hometown: Sandy, UT Last School: Alta High School

Personal

Born in Provo ... parents are Peter and Kimberely Relf ... is an Eagle Scout ... got started playing baseball in his backyard when he began hitting rocks with a pop bottle ... served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints mission to South Africa ... brother Tyler played baseball at the University of Utah ... married Breanne Wilson in June, 2009 ... majoring in landscape management.

Before BYU

Prepped at Alta High where he was coached by Barry Harrington ... selected as Athlete of the Year at Alta ... was 5A MVP as a senior along with being region MVP ... was selected as Utah Player of the Year for 2004 ... was second-team all-state as a sophomore and junior ... was a four-year starter.

Stats

Year    Avg.   G-GS   AB    R    H   2B   3B   HR   RBI    TB   BB   SO  SB-SBA
2005 .344 17-3 32 6 11 2 0 2 6 19 3 7 0-0
2008 .284 46-41 155 29 44 9 1 4 28 67 20 46 5-6
2009 .257 52-52 175 33 45 8 2 3 40 66 34 48 4-6
2010 .358 57-57 254 66 91 18 4 4 30 129 29 35 7-10

2005 | Freshman Year

Hit a walk-off three-run homer on an 0-2 count with two outs in an 11-8 victory over New Mexico ... started one game at shortstop, one game at second base and one game as a DH ... batted .563 in 10 league games.

2008 | Sophomore Year

Hit an inside-the-park homerun in a 10-5 victory over the Air Force Academy ... got an RBI in each of his four at bats in game three at UNLV, including a homer in the third inning.

2009 | Junior Year

Hit three game-winning RBI: a three-run double vs. St. Johns, a two-run double vs. Utah and a three-run double vs. San Diego St., ... hit home runs vs. Portland, Western Carolina and Washington ... was 4-for-5 with four RBI in game one at Oklahoma St.

2010 | Senior Year

Team co-captain ... was Second Team All-Mountain West Conference ... had game-winning RBI vs. TCU, UNLV, Washington State and Kansas State ... batted .402 in league games.