Date of Birth: 05/30/1997
Height: 6' 1" Weight: 199 lbs
College Experience: Georgia
Resides: Lilburn, GA
#11 Austin Biggar comes to KCK via the University of Georgia. The Lilburn, Georgia native was a three-year player for the Bulldogs. In 99 games with 73 starts Biggar hit .203 with four homers and 28 RBI in his career. His junior season he batted .255 with four doubles, two home runs and nine RBI in 30 games with 13 starts (9-DH, 4-C) as the Bulldogs went 46-17 overall (a school record 21-9 in the SEC) and earned a national No. 4 seed in the NCAA Championship. UGA advanced to the NCAA Athens Regional Final and finished with a consensus top 20 ranking including as high as No. 15 (USA Today/ESPN). Biggar was a solid pinch-hitter hitting .333 with two doubles and six RBI in 13 at bats. He hit the go-ahead home rus in series-clinching win over #10 LSU at Foley Field to highlight his final season. In 2018 he hit .182 with 7 RBI as team went 39-21 and advanced to the NCAA Athens Regional Final. Biggar would play in 23 games with 16 starts at catcher. In 2017 as a freshman he appeared in 46 games with 44 starts (41-C, 3-DH) as team went 25-32 and advanced to the SEC Tournament. Biggar would hit .193 with six doubles, two home runs and 12 RBI on the season.
He was rated the top catcher in the state of Georgia out of Parkview High School, No. 9 nationally among catchers and No. 97 overall prep prospect by Perfect Game. Biggar was named a 2016 Louisville Slugger High School All-American and 2nd Team Rawlings/Perfect Game All-American while hitting .318 with 15 doubles as a senior and named first team All-State, All County and All Region plus to the Braves 400 club and Gwinnett Daily Post Super 6. He was a four-year letterman for the Parkview Panthers as a catcher and Co-MVP honors as a senior with Will Ethridge who is a pitcher now at Ole Miss. His junior year he hit .370 and led the state with 11 home runs and 48 RBI in 36 games. He was the starting catcher for the team with a 34-2 record which captured the 6A state title and named 2015 national champions and Perfect Game High School Showdown Champions and was part of of three straight Region Eight 6A titles in high school. Biggar was also named a Max Preps Underclass All-American, 2015 All Region 8 Player of the Year, Gwinnett Dugout Club First Team All-County and Gwinnett Daily Post First Team selection.