2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2006 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
Excellent all-around athlete who made significant contributions throughout his four-year career (2006-09) ... great speed, good instincts with tremendous heart ... a member of the 2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll as a mass communication major.
SENIOR SEASON (2009)
Played in 40 games (nine starts), mostly as a reserve infielder and pinch runner ... batted .286 (12-for-42) on the year with six doubles, four RBI and 12 runs ... stole seven bases in eight attempts and also recorded three sacrifice bunts ... started five games at DH, three in left field and one at second base ... batted .400 (4-for-10) in SEC games with two doubles, one RBI, four steals and five runs ... collected two RBI in win at New Orleans (March 3) ... doubled twice in weekend series versus Illinois (March 6-8) ...
JUNIOR SEASON (2008)
Appeared in 29 games (five starts), batting .310 (9-for-29) with three doubles, three RBI, five steals and 14 runs scored ... 2-for-3 with a double and three runs scored in 9-7 win over Alabama on April 6 ... 2-for-5 on April 15 versus Nicholls State with one double and one RBI.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007)
Played in 42 games with 24 starts (16 starts at second base, seven in right field, one in left field) ... batted .226 (21-for-93) with two doubles, one triple, one homer, 11 RBI, 19 runs and 10 stolen bases ... a combined 6-for-9 with a homer, two RBI and four runs in Games 2 and 3 of the Kentucky series . . . 3-for-4 with a homer, two RBI and two runs scored vs. Kentucky on March 24; 3-for-5 with two runs scored on March 25 vs. UK ... 2-for-4 with two RBI and one run scored at Alabama (April 1) ... tripled and drove in two runs versus Auburn (April 8).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2006)
Appeared in 27 games as LSU’s primary pinch runner and a reserve outfielder . . . singled in his only at-bat of the season vs. Centenary (2/14) . . . scored 10 runs on the year with four stolen bases . . . scored final run in a win over Tennessee (4/9) as a pinch runner on a double by Matt Liuzza.
Two-sport star at Alexandria High School ... earned four letters in baseball (shortstop) and three letters in football (quarterback) ... named all-district and all-state in both sports ... as a senior, helped both teams to district championships after undergoing reconstructive ankle surgery a year earlier ... batted over .370 for his career ... coached in baseball by former LSU assistant coach Daniel Tomlin ... led ASH to back-to-back playoff appearances as a dual-threat quarterback.
Full name is Christopher Randall McGhee ... parents are Louis and Ollie McGhee ... has one older brother Nicholas, who is a former pitcher at Southern University ... enjoys motivational quotes and video games ... majoring in mass communication at LSU ... born June 10, 1987.
McGhee’s LSU Career Highs
At-Bats: 5 six times; last at New Orleans (3/3/09)
Hits: 3 twice; last vs. Kentucky (3/25/07)
Runs Scored: 3 twice; last vs. South Carolina (4/26/08)
Doubles: 1 several times; last vs. Tennessee (4/17/09)
Triples: 1 vs. Auburn (4/8/07)
Home Runs: 1 vs. Kentucky (3/24/07)
RBI: 2 five times; last at New Orleans (3/3/09)
Stolen Bases: 3 at Alabama (4/1/07)