Alec Wong enters his 2nd season as the Volunteer Assistant Coach with the Florida A&M Baseball program after spending two seasons playing second base for the Rattlers. He started 96 games at second base over his two seasons at FAMU, earned three different MEAC Player of the Week honors and is working with the Rattler hitters and infielders. Wong is a Rockledge, FL native graduating from Rockledge High School and attended Polk State in Winter Haven, FL before attending Florida A&M.
As a Senior in 2016, Wong was named to the All-MEAC First Team at second base. He earned MEAC Player of the Week two times during his senior season (2/22 & 5/16). In 2016, one of two players to start in all 52 games. Finished ranked 48th nationally, second in the MEAC and on the team with a .378 batting average. He led the MEAC and was 24th nationally in runs scored (57), second in the MEAC, in hits (73), third on the team with 12 doubles and had one triple with five home runs. His .504 OBP% led the MEAC and ranked 12th nationally. In his season opening series against Marshall he hit .750 (9-for-12) with a home run, double, four runs scored, six RBI, SLG% 1.083 and was 2-2 on stolen bases. Wong scored the tying run in the fifth inning and the winning run in the 10th inning of the 5-4 series finale win at NC Central (5/8).
In 2015, he started the first 44 games of his junior season at second base before suffering a torn ACL & MCL in his left knee on May 13 against Savannah State in the opening game of the MEAC Tournament. Wong finished 2015 second in the MEAC with 129 assists and was fourth on the team with a .271 batting average. His eight doubles and 27 runs scored were both tied for second on the team. He also recorded four home runs on the year, including a walk-off home run against NC A&T on March 28, and was second on the team with 68 total bases.
Wong just earned his MBA from Florida A&M in December of 2017.
|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|