Utah Tech junior outfielder Hunter Katschke earned second team All-WAC honors as the top hitter for the Trailblazers in the 2024 season, leading in multiple offensive categories.

By the Numbers
  • Katschke batted .302 with 58 base hits, 25 extra-base hits, 13 home runs, 36 RBIs, and 38 runs scored.
  • He achieved a .568 slugging percentage, 12 doubles, and a .372 on-base percentage during the season.
  • Started in 52 out of 54 games played, with 18 multi-hit outings and a 13-game hit streak.
Yes, But

No other Trailblazer player made it to the All-WAC team besides Katschke, despite the team's overall performance.

State of Play
  • Utah Tech concluded the season with a 14-42 overall record and a ninth-place finish in the WAC standings.
  • Katschke ranked fourth in Utah Tech's single-season home run list with 13 homers, placing him tied-eighth in the WAC.
What's Next

As for the future, Katschke's performance may attract more attention and opportunities for recognition in the upcoming seasons.

Bottom Line

Hunter Katschke's outstanding performance as the lone Trailblazer on the All-WAC team highlights his crucial role as the team's top hitter, setting a strong example for the program's future success.