Bobby  Melley
    11 Bobby Melley

    Barnstable, Mass.

    High School:
    Boston College H.S.

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 235




    UConn Offense Erupts In 12-1 Win At William & Mary

    Blake Davey doubled three times to lead the Husky attack


    Testani's Ninth Inning Home Run Leads UConn To 3-1 Win Over Michigan State

    The Huskies recorded their first weekend sweep of 2015


    UConn Wins Second Of The Day With 12-1 Victory Over Furman

    The Huskies racked up 13 hits in the contest


    Baseball Season Preview Part Five: Daniello's Spark And Infielders

    Junior Bryan Daniello is part of an experienced infield for the Huskies


    Davey, McDowell And Melley Named Preseason All-Conference

    Three Huskies earned preseason honors from The American


    UConn vs Temple AAC Tournament

    UConn vs Temple AAC Baseball Tournament


    UConn vs Houston AAC Tournament

    UConn vs Houston AAC Baseball Tournament


    UConn vs UCF AAC Tournament

    UConn vs UCF AAC Tournament Clearwater Florida


    Baseball Day 2 in Clearwater

    Baseball Day 2 in Clearwater for AAC Tournament


    UConn vs UCF Double-Header

    UConn vs UCF Baseball Double-Header

    2014 Season: NEIBA New England Player of the Year and First Team All-New England...ABCA All-Northeast Region First Team...All-Conference First Team...played in all 58 games, starting 57...led The American with a .359 batting average and .475 on-base percentage...also finished among the conference leaders and tops on UConn with 75 hits, 16 doubles and 47 RBIs...drew 31 walks, was hit by 17 pitches and cracked four home runs and a triple...finished the year with a .502 slugging percentage...posted 21 multi-hit games, 11 games of at least three hits and 14 multi-RBI games...batted .407 over the final 45 games of the year, including a 30-game stretch from March 14-April 27 in which he hit .459...went 3-for-4 with two RBIs vs. George Mason (Feb. 22)...went 4-for-5 with two RBIs vs. St. Peter's (March 14)...went 2-for-4 with three runs, a home run and two RBIs at La Salle (March 15)...went 6-for-8 in consecutive midweek games against Harvard (March 18) and Central Connecticut (March 19)...went 4-for-5 with six RBIs and a home run in two games against Rutgers (March 29)...named to The American weekly honor roll on March 24 and March 31...went 7-for-13 with four RBIs in a three-game set at Cincinnati (April 11-13)...went 3-for-4 against Houston (May 10)...was 3-for-5 with two runs vs. UCF (May 16)...hit safely in all three games at The American Championship, including a two-run single vs. Temple (May 24). 2014 Summer: Spent the summer with the Hyannis Harbor Hawks in the Cape Cod Baseball League...played in 30 games for the Harbor Hawks...batted .231 with seven doubles and 20 RBIs, tied for third on the team...also scored eight runs and added three stolen bases.

    2013 Season: Named to the All-Regional Team for his performance in the NCAA Blacksburg Regional... Started all 63 games for the Huskies, recording a .283 batting average in 240 at-bats... Recorded 28 RBI and 81 total bases... Walked 25 times and struck out just 31 times... First in the BIG EAST with 600 chances and 558 putouts in the field... held a .988 fielding percentage... Went 4-15 in the BIG EAST Championship, including two hits against Notre Dame (May 26)... Registered seven hits in 14 at-bats in NCAA Regional action, including two RBI and two runs scored.

    High School: Played four seasons of varsity baseball for head coach Norm Walsh at Boston College High School, winning three Catholic Conference Championships...served as two-time team captain and earned 2011 and 2012 ESPN All-State First Team honors...was a 2012 Perfect Game All-American Honorable Mention...career .405 hitter...three-time Catholic Conference All-Star and two-time batting champion...named to the 2012 Boston Herald Dream Team and twice and All-Scholastic selection.

    Personal: Robert Emmett Melley. Born: April 10, 1994. Parents: Bob and Ann Marie Melley. Siblings: Kara, Kristie, Allison, and Ryan.. Majoring in communication.