2012 - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE YEAR
Hit .260 (19-for-73) with four doubles and five home runs, driving in 15 RBI ... Also scored nine runs ... Had a .521 slugging percentage ... Also drew four walks and was hit by a pitch for a .304 on base percentage ... Had a .987 fielding percentage on 156 chances (139 putouts, 15 assists, two errors) ... Hit .231 (6-for-26) in SEC play ... Appeared in 30 games, starting at first 11 times and as the designated hitter three times ... Was 2-for-11 (.182) as a pinch hitter ... Hit .241 (7-for-29) against left-handed pitchers and .273 (12-for-44) against right-handers ... Hit .364 at the SEC Tournament, starting all three games at first ... Had a perfect fielding percentage on 35 chances ... Homered in three straight games from May 11-14 ... The first two home runs were solo shots (at Arkansas) and the third was a three-run home run (vs. Florida A&M) ... Had a career-best five-game hitting streak from May 8-14 ... Was 9-for-15 (.600) during the streak, collecting an extra-base hit in all five games ... Homered in Auburn's five-run first vs. Florida A&M (5/14) ... Inserted into the starting lineup at Arkansas after an injury to Garrett Cooper and responded by going 4-for-10 (.400) with a double, two home runs and four RBI ... Homered to start a five-run fifth in the 13-1 win over Charleston Southern (3/3) ... Hit a pinch hit home run in the 6th of the 22-0 win over Alcorn State (2/21) ... Was 2-for-5 with a run scored in 6-4 loss to Missouri (2/19).
2011 - SOPHOMORE YEAR
Played in four games before taking a medical redshirt ... Entered as a defensive replacement at first against and as a pinch hitter ... Hit .333 (1-for-3) with a run scored ... Singled and scored in the ninth against Virginia (2/19) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2010 - FRESHMAN YEAR
Played in nine games, hitting .333 (3-for-9) with three extra-base hits (two doubles, one home run) ... Was 1-for-4 (.250) as a pinch hitter ... Played in the outfield in five games ... Missed a majority of the season due to mono ... Doubled and scored a run in the 22-7 win over Georgia State (4/6) ... Homered after entering the game as a defensive substitution in the18-0 win over Alabama A&M (3/17) ... Collected his first career hit, a double, against Florida Atlantic (2/28).
Played for Cliff Shelton at Greater Atlanta Christian ... Played summer ball with the East Cobb Astros and was named the Team MVP ... Finished his high school career with a .445 average and a .515 on base percentage with 18 home runs, 35 doubles and 40 steals ... Four-time Gwinnett Daily Post and Gwinnett County Dugout Club All-County selection ... Hit .464 with a .535 on base percentage as a senior with seven home runs, nine doubles, 36 RBI and 14 steals ... 2009 Under Armour, Rawlings and Baseball Clearinghouse All-American ... Gwinnett Daily Post "Super 6" Award winner as a senior ... Rated 10th in the state of Georgia by PGCrosschecker.com and 107th nationally after his junior season ... Hit .413 with eight home runs and 36 RBI as a junior ... All-Region choice final three years of high school ... Georgia Dugout Club All-State as a junior and senior ... 2008 Perfect Game National Showcase participant in Minneapolis ... Played for the East Cobb Braves in 2008, hitting .410 ... Hit .422 with eight doubles and 26 RBI as a sophomore ... 2006 Atlanta Journal Constitution All-County honorable mention ... National Honor Society with a 3.95 GPA.
Patrick Thomas Savage ... Son of Tom and Lisa Savage ... Has two brothers, Chris (25) and Zach (15) ... Father and brother, Chris, are Auburn alums ... Major: accounting.