2010: Selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the 34th round of the MLB Draft...Set top-ten all-time single season records in at-bats (243, 2nd), putouts (435, 2nd), and doubles (19, 8th)...Had a 22-game hitting streak, 10th longest in MAC history...In league games, he tied for first in doubles (14), tied for third in at-bats (123), was fifth in plate appearances (135) and tenth in runs (31)...Finished this season with 79 hits in 243 at-bats for a .325 average...Had the third-most hits for Ohio and his average was good for fourth on the team...Crossed the plate 59 times, tied for most on the team and drove in 41...Had the third-highest number of RBIs for the `Cats...Played and started in all 55 of Ohio's games...Appeared at the plate 273 times, most on the team...Hit for an on-base percentage of .396 and a slugging percentage of .461...Earned the fourth-best on-base percentage on the team ...Stole 8 bases on all 8 attempts...Ranked third on the roster in total bases (112) and walks (20)...Committed 6 errors for an average of .987 fielding percentage...Drove in more than one run in 10 games...Against Western Michigan on April 10, he hit 5 RBI in a 3 for 5 performance with 3 doubles and 1 run scored...Went without a hit in only 9 out of 55 games...Struck out in only 12 percent of his at-bats, 29 times out of 243 plate appearances.
2009: Played in 50 games, starting 47 at first base, including the final 46 games of the season ... Batted a career-best .342 (fourth on the team) with 65 hits (also fourth) ... Drove in a career-best 37 RBIs and scored a career-high 39 runs ... Had 12 doubles, six times as many as his first two years, which ranked fourth on the team ... Hit first-career triple April 17 vs. Akron, his only of the season, and totaled 94 bases ... Clubbed five home runs with his first-career homer coming March 11 vs. Wright State, a two-run shot, to help his .495 slugging percentage ... Was hit by 15 pitches (third on the team and fifth in the MAC) and earned 15 walks for a .428 on-base percentage (fourth among starters) ... Stole three bases in seven tries ... Put down first-career sac bunt March 4 vs. Pittsburgh and had two sac flies during season ... Ranked third in the MAC with 425 putouts, which is second on Ohio's single-season list, and had 33 assists ... Made nine errors in 467 chances for a .981 fielding percentage, second among starters ... Fielded 30 double plays ... Totaled 18 multi-hit games, including eight three-hit games ... Had 12 multi-RBI games, with a career-best four RBIs April 25 vs. Kent State ... Had a career-long 12-game hitting streak from April 8 to April 29.
2008 Summer League: Played for the Licking County Settlers, who went 19-21 in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League ... Played in two games, starting one, before an injury ended his summer season ... Did not record a hit in two at-bats ... Earned a walk and stole a base in his only attempt ... Recorded 10 putouts and had a 1.000 fielding percentage.
2008: Saw action in 34 games, starting 23 games at first base ... Had 15 hits in 90 at-bats for a .167 average, while scoring four runs and driving in seven ... Had two doubles, including the first of his career Feb. 24 at Charleston Southern, when he also recorded his first-career RBI ... Registered two multi-hit games (March 8 at UNC Greensboro and March 23 at Central Michigan) ... Also had two multi-RBI games (March 22 at CMU and April 2 versus Cleveland State) ... Earned five walks to help his .206 on-base percentage ... Had two sac flies on the year and stole a base in his only attempt March 23 at CMU ... Was third on the team with 215 putouts, while committing just two errors for a .991 fielding percentage ... Made one appearance on the mound, throwing 0.2 innings of no-hit, relief ball, earning a no decision May 17 at Buffalo.
2007 Summer League: Competed for Zanesville in the All-American Amateur Baseball Association Tournament ... Finished second on the team with a .360 batting average ... Belted 41 hits and totaled 29 RBIs to go with 23 runs scored ... Was second on the team in both on-base percentage (.439) and slugging percentage (.412) ... Also pitched 16.0 innings, striking out 24 batters.
2007: Appeared in 13 games and made eight starts ... Hit .147 in 34 at-bats with four runs scored ... Collected his first-career hit in his first-career at-bat March 27 against Youngstown State ... Was 3-for-5 in pinch-hitting duty.
High School: First-Team All-Eastern District selection two times ... Earned All-CCL First Team honors two times ... Hit .492 with 21 runs scored and 19 RBIs his senior season ... Career .364 hitter with 33 walks and only 18 strikeouts at Bishop Rosecrans High School ... Went 3-3 with a 1.57 ERA his senior season.
Personal: A sport management major ... Son of Aaron and Teresa Yakubik ... Born on Nov. 30, 1987.