12 Brad Henke  
    Brad Henke


    Carmel, Ind.

    High School:

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 205



    SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008):
    Appeared in 27 games, mostly as a defensive replacement ... scored six runs and drove in three, going 10-for-48 at the plate ... came in for the fifth inning of the Hoosiers' season opener (2/22) ... had his first hit of 2008 and drew a walk in the middle game against LSU (2/23) ... went 2-for-4 in the series finale against the Tigers (2/24) ... scored a run against Austin Peay ... started at second base against Fresno State (3/9) ... started and went 1-for-4 against Utah (3/13), scoring a run ... picked up an RBI on a hit by pitch against Illinois (4/7) ... had a pinch-hit, RBI single against Purdue (5/4) ... had a 3-for-4 game with a pair of runs against Butler (5/13) ... came on at first base against Ohio State (5/22) in the bottom of the ninth inning, and dug out a throw at first to finish off a bases-loaded, inning-ending double play.

    Played in 29 games, earning 12 starts ... hit .286 for the season with five RBIs and three runs ... was a strong defensive player, often entering the game as a late-inning replacement at first base ... made his first collegiate appearance against Southern Mississippi (2/24), scoring a run in the game ... earned his first start and collected his first hit against Northern Iowa (3/4) ... posted his first career extra base hit with a triple deep off the right-field wall against Northwestern (4/8) ... went 2-for-2 with an RBI and a walk in a victory over Penn State (4/29) ... went 1-for-1 with a key single and a run scored in a 10-7 victory over Minnesota (5/19).

    Played three years under Rich Andriole at Cathedral ... had a monster senior season, hitting .446 with four home runs, 15 doubles, 39 runs and 46 RBIs on the season ... also hit better than .400 in his sophomore and junior seasons ... was named city player of the year after his senior campaign ... was an All-North region selection ... named to the Indianapolis Star Super Team after the all-state performer led Cathedral to the semi-state final in 2006 ... was a three-sport athlete at Cathedral, earning seven letters in baseball, basketball and football ... has one sister, Betsy ... parents are Steve and Kathy Henke.

    Birthdate: Oct. 6, 1987
    Major: Business


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