#7 Nathan Sensing
|HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)||Nashville, Tenn.|
Coach Fletcher Quote: "Nathan Sensing is a senior who played two years in right field for us. We are going to move him over to center field, and I think that is just a tribute to his athletic ability. He could probably play any position on the field. He will start the season in the three hole for us. We are counting on him to have a big year. We hope he plays as hard every day as he did in the fall, because he can bring a lot to the table when he is right."
2005: Second on team in multiple-hit games with 17 including 11 with two hits, two with three hits and four with four hits. Also second on the team in multiple-RBI games with seven (four with two RBI, two with three RBI and one with four. Longest hitting streak of the season was six games. Started 46 games in right field, batting from the No. 3 spot in the order. Scored four runs, a team season-high, vs Tennessee Tech (April 12). Also had two sacrifice hits, a tie for the season-high, vs Troy (March 12). First on the team in batting average at .346... First on the team in slugging percentage at 5.46... First on the team in doubles with 16... First on the team in stolen bases with 18... Second on the team in on base percentage at .420... Second on the team in runs scored with 37... Second on the team in hits with 62... Second on the team in runs batted in with 32... Second on the team in homeruns with 6... Second on the team in sacrifice bunts with 5... Second on the team in sacrifice flies with 2... Third on the team in walks with 18... Fourth on the team in total plate appearances with 210... Fourth on the team in at bats with 179... Fourth on the team in game starts with 46.
2004: Played in 51 games, starting 50. Fourth on the team in hitting with a .283 average. Led the team in at bats with 180. Tied for the lead in home runs with four. Second on the team in doubles with nine. Tied for the lead in triples with three. Led the team in RBI with 23. A-Sun All-Academic Team.
High School: Attended Montgomery Bell Academy where he lettered in track, football and baseball. He was an All-State football selection. Served as team captain in baseball. His senior season at MBA he batted .480 with four home runs, 43 RBI and 17 stolen bases. On the mound he was 8-3 with a 2.70 earned run average.
Personal: Played for the University of Georgia for two seasons before coming to Lipscomb. At age 16 he was voted one of the Top 25 Babe Ruth players in the nation. In 2003 he batted .438 in the Stan Musial Wood Bat League, earning all-star honors. Named to the Headmaster's List at MBA and the Dean's List at the University of Georgia. Parent are Janice Sensing.