Appeared in 50 games and started all 50 at first base...Became just the 10th Vol to ever win the team Triple Crown and the first since 2008...Led the Vols in batting average (.364), home runs (22), RBIs (81), hits (72), doubles (15) and slugging percentage (.773)...His 22 homers rank second on Tennessee's all-time list...Also ranks in top 10 for a season in RBIs (third), total bases (ninth) and slugging percentage (seventh)...Had a team-best 22 multi-hit games as well as 21 multi-RBI games...Batted .422 against right-handed pitchers and .381 with runners in scoring position...Hit .321 in SEC play with 34 hits, nine home runs and 34 RBIs...Hit first home run of the season against West Virginia Feb. 27, a grand slam...Finished the Ohio series (March 6-8) 10-for-17 (.588) with a .650 on-base percentage, a 1.647 slugging percentage, three doubles, five home runs, 11 RBIs, seven runs and three walks...He tied school record for most home runs in game with three against Ohio on March 6, last accomplished by Todd Helton in 1995...The sophomore also drove in game-winning run in three straight games: March 6 (solo home run), March 7- G1 (RBI single), March 7- G2 (RBI double)... He entered weekend of March 6 in 0-for-11 slump, batting only .107 on the season and raised his average to .289...Went 3-for-4 against Western Kentucky on March 10, also drove in four and scored two runs...Homered in three straight games (and four of five) from March 6 through March 10...Drove in a run in four straight games starting with the two games vs. Auburn on March 15...Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored against Coastal Carolina March 17...Hit a two-run home run in first inning against Florida on March 20...Drove in a team-high two runs on the weekend...Went 2-for-3 with a home run (10) and three RBIs on March 25 vs. UNC Asheville...Hit his team-high 11th home run on March 27 against Georgia...Went 2-for-3 with three RBIs vs. Georgia on March 28...On March 30, diagnosed with viral infection that kept him out of the Tennessee lineup for one week...Returned to lineup on April 7 against Appalachian State...Went 4-for-5 at the plate with a single, two doubles and three-run homer...Followed that up with a 2-for-3 performance and an RBI against Lipscomb on April 8...Went 1-for-3 against Belmont April 14 with two runs scored and 2 RBIs...Hit his 13th and 14th home runs against MTSU April 15...Drove in career-high seven RBIs with a 3-for-4 effort that night...Batted .500 (5-for-10) in the final two games against LSU April 18-19...Drove in three runs on the weekend...Continued three-game hit streak with 3-for-5 night against ETSU on April 21...Scored two and drove in two in Vols' loss...Finished the Arkansas series (April 24-26) with a hit .500 average, eight RBIs and two home runs...The sophomore hit his 16th and 17th home runs in back-to-back games...Drove in five runs with 3-for-4 day in Vols' 15-8 loss April 26...Went 2-for-5 in the game with two RBIs and three runs against Kentucky on May 3...Hit game-winning solo home run in the top of the 11th inning against MTSU on May 12 to give Vols' 5-4 win...Finished that night 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs...Went 8-for-15 with a double, three home runs and seven RBIs in three-game series against Vanderbilt May 14-16...Hit two home runs on May 14 to lead Tennessee to 8-6 victory...His 10th inning, two-run homer gave Vols 9-7 win in finale May 16...Spent the summer of 2009 playing for the Hyannis Mets in the prestigious Cape Cod League...Ranked among the league leaders with a .375 batting average, four home runs, 14 RBIs and a .708 slugging percentage.
WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2008 - FRESHMAN
The 2008 TJCCAA Player of the Year, he played in 63 games and batted .401 with 84 runs, 93 hits, a team-high 21 doubles, 23 home runs and a team-high 71 RBIs...Boasted a .789 slugging percentage and a .463 on-base percentage...Hit .412 with runners on base and .377 with runners in scoring position...Logged 21 two-out RBIs and was hit by a team-high 11 pitches...Posted a team-best .462 average at the plate in conference games...Primarily played third base...Helped lead the Senators to a 55-9 (24-4 TJCCAA) record, a conference championship and a berth in the NJCAA College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo....In the process, the Senators set single-season school records with 161 home runs and 620 runs scored...Was a 2008 All-TJCCAA first-team selection...Coached at Walters State by Ken Campbell...Selected by the Oakland Athletics in the 41st round of the 2008 MLB draft (1,234th overall pick)...Prior to his enrollment at UT, he played in 20 games during the summer for the Wilson Tobs of the Coastal Plain League.
Graduated from South Doyle High School in Knoxville, Tenn., where he was coached by Robby Howard...Did not play as a senior in 2007 after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during gym class...As a junior in 2006, he hit .564 in the regular season with 16 home runs and 43 RBIs...Posted a .419 batting average with 11 home runs and 37 RBIs as a sophomore in 2005...Hit 37 home runs during his high school career...Originally signed with the University of Arkansas out of high school...Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 23rd round of the 2007 MLB draft (701st overall pick).
Full name is William Cody Hawn...Born Aug. 11, 1988, in Knoxville, Tenn....Son of Jeff and Angie Hawn...Academic major: Communication studies.