2012: Came off the bench as a pinch hitter in six games, going 1-for-6, earning an RBI against Coppin State (3/31).
2011: Appeared in three games as a pinch hitter, went 1-for-2 with a walk.
High School/Club: Lettered in baseball, soccer and football at Oxon Hill High School ... team captain as a senior on baseball and soccer teams ... pitched three-hitter against Laurel High School as a senior ... had four-hit, five-RBI game against Parkdale High School ... made the honor roll in 2007-08 and was part of science and technology program from 2006-10 ... earned a varsity letter as a volleyball manager ... played club ball for the PG Stars of the National Amateur Baseball Federation in Prince George's County, Md. ... collected three hits in the Metropolitan Junior Baseball League tournament in North Carolina.
Personal: Born April 17, 1992 in Oxon Hill, Md. ... son of Glenda D. McDougal and Walter P. McLeod ... has three sisters, Tonicia, Nateka and Ruby, and two brothers, Marcus and Jaron ... Major is exercise science ... mother played basketball at UMES ... brother Jaron works as manager for UMES volleyball team ... member of National Scoiety of Collegiate Scholars and SAAC ... pregame routine includes listening to "Wiz Khalifa" and not stepping on foul lines between innings ... personal best sports moment is hitting his first home run against Suitland High School ... lists his mother as most influential person for working hard for him her whole life ... personal best non-athletic accomplishment is earning a 3.75 GPA his final quarter of high school ... plans to get a master's degree and open an exercise science practice upon graduation ... best advice received was "You're a student first and an athlete second" by Walter McDougal Sr. ... hobbies include listening to music and collecting hats ... favorite movies are "Love and Basketball" and "Rookie of the Year" ... personal athletic goal this season is to start in at least half of all UMES's games and bat .250 or higher ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to become a team captain and bat at least .300.