•ASUN All-Freshman Team (2017)
•Preseason All-ASUN Team (2018)
•ASUN Player of the Week (April 2, 2018)
Summer (2018): Saw action in 36 games during the regular season, and five playoff games, for the Chatham Anglers in the Cape Cod Collegiate Baseball League ... Posted a .214 batting average during the regular season with two doubles and nine RBI ... Had just one hit in 13 at bats in the playoffs.
Sophomore (2018): Served as one of the Hatters’ four captains ... Started 59 of 60 games at shortstop ... Batted in every spot in the batting order except leadoff at least once during the season ... Lead the team with 39 RBI and with 10 multiple RBI games ... Struggled offensively in ASUN play, batting just .159 in league games ... Hit .276 against non-conference foes ... Had one of the biggest hits of the season in the ASUN Tournament, driving in the winning run in the ninth inning against Jacksonville to send the Hatters to the championship game ... Second on the team with 10 stolen bases ... At his best with runners in scoring position, batting .324 ... Was successful driving in runs in 14 of 25 opportunities with a runner at third and less than two out (.560) ... Second on the team with 16 two-out RBI ... Had a season-best seven game hit streak (3/23-3/31) ... Hit home runs against Rhode Island (3/18), Bethune-Cookman (3/30) and against NJIT (5/23) in the ASUN Tournament ... Had four hits in 20 at bats (.200) in NCAA Tournament play with four RBI ... Had to earn his 100th career hit twice after having two hits erased in the game that was rained out at Miami.
Summer (2017): Played for the Waynesboro Generals in the Valley League ... Saw action in just seven games before an injury ended his summer.
Freshman (2017): Was a unanimous selection to the ASUN All-Freshman team ... Opened the year as the starter at third base (20 starts) before making the switch to shortstop (32 starts) ... Also made four starts at second base ... Was one of just two players to start all 56 games during the year, hitting .268 in 209 at bats ... Led the team, and was fifth in the ASUN, with a .355 average in league play ... Ranked eighth in league games in slugging percentage (.547) ... Had 15 multiple-hit games during the season, including a season-high four hits against NJIT on March 31 ... Had the first of his four home runs in that game ... Had a pair of doubles, driving in two runs and scoring two more, in the game at eventual national champion Florida (April 4) that was canceled in the fifth inning with Stetson leading 10-1 ... Longest hitting streak was seven games, which came in the first seven games of the season ... Finished the year on a four-game hit streak ... Hit .314 in games he started at short and just .236 in starts at third base ... Had six multiple RBI games, with five of those coming in the final three weeks of the season ... Posted a .935 fielding percentage in games at shortstop ... Had two hits, both doubles, and drove in two runs against eventual national champion Florida on April 4 in a game that was canceled with Stetson leading 10-1 ... Also had a double and drove in a run in the first game against the Gators, which UF won 9-8 in 11 innings ... Was named to the ASUN Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Attended Monsignor Edward Pace High School, in Miami Shores, Fla. ... Also was a three year member of the football team ... Was a four year member of the baseball team and played shortstop under head coach Tom Duffin ... Was named second team All Dade County by the Miami Herald ... Team was district champions in 2014.
Personal: Full name is Jorge Joseph Arenas ... Born on Jan. 13, 1998, in Miami, Fla. ... Parents are Jorge and Tina Arenas ... Has one sister, Lexi ... Has served as a retreat leader ... Hobbies include weight lifting, fishing and eating ... Considered FAU before choosing Stetson ... Is a Sport Business major.
At Bats: 6, three times (last at Jacksonville; May 6, 2017)
Runs: 3, vs Rhode Island (March 18, 2018)
Hits: 4, vs NJIT (March 31, 2017)
RBI: 3, four times (last vs Oklahoma State; June 2, 2018)
Doubles: 2, three times (last vs Manhattan; February 16, 2018)
Triples: 1, four times (last at NJIT; April 20, 2018)
Home runs: 1, eight times (last vs Oklahoma State; June 2, 2018)
Total bases: 7, vs NJIT (March 31, 2017)
Walks: 2, twice (last vs FIU; March 21, 2018)
Strike outs: 3, four times (last at Kennesaw State; April 7, 2018)
Sac hits: 1, five times (last at USC Upstate; April 22, 2017)
Sac flies: 1, six times (last at NJIT; April 22, 2018)
Stolen bases: 2, vs Central Michigan (March 3, 2018)
Hit by pitch: 1, eight times (last at NJIT; April 21, 2018)
Caught stealing: 1, eight times (last vs Jacksonville; May 25, 2018)
Runners LOB: 5, vs Kennesaw State (May 25, 2017)
Putouts: 4, five times (last vs Wagner; March 7, 2018)
Assists: 5, eight times (last at FGCU; May 12, 2018)
Errors: 2, twice (last vs USC Upstate; May 17, 2018)