Patrick Frick
Patrick  Frick


Greenville, S.C.

High School:
JL Mann Academy

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200




Deacs Drop Slugfest To No. 14 Clemson

Wake Forest and Clemson combined for six homers on Sunday but the Tigers came out on top, 9-4.


Deacs Fall in Opener to No. 14 Clemson, 7-5

Chris Lanzilli homered and drew a pair of walks to lead the Demon Deacon offense.


Deacs Storm from Behind to Beat UNCG

Wake Forest trailed by eight runs after five innings but tied the game with a four-run ninth inning and won it in 11 innings, 11-9.


Deacs Complete Sweep over Eagles

With a 6-1 Saturday win, Wake Forest allowed the fewest runs in an ACC series in program history.


Deacs Shut Out Boston College Twice

Wake Forest earned back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 1997, winning by scores of 3-0 and 2-0.


Wake Forest vs. Florida State

The Demon Deacons opened ACC play against the Seminoles on Friday, March 9.


Wake Forest Baseball vs. Nicholls, Houston

The Demon Deacons split a doubleheader to open the 2017 campaign against Nicholls and Houston.

Walter on Frick
"Pat will be the college version of Ben Zobrist and likely hit lead-off for us. Pat will get time at all four infield positions and all three outfield positions this year. He has clearly earned himself a spot in the every day lineup with his work this past summer and fall. I am excited to see what he can do once he plays every day."

2017 (Freshman)
Appeared in 22 games and made 13 starts, seeing action at shortstop, second base and right field ... Finished the year with a .294 average (15-for-51), adding two doubles and three RBIs ... Had a .333 average during the opening weekend in Houston, including two-hit efforts against Houston and Nicholls ... Also went 2-for-4 with a double against Davidson (Feb. 28) ... Recorded a five-game hitting streak from Apr. 4-22, going 5-for-8 (.625) in that span ... Also drew five walks for a .379 on-base percentage ... Played summer ball with the Vermont Mountaineers.

High School
Rated as a top-500 prospect by Perfect Game, and picked as the No. 18 prospect in South Carolina ... Named a 2016 Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American ... Rated as the No. 7 prospect in South Carolina by Diamond Prospects ... Twice named to Perfect Game all-tournament teams ... Two-time participant at the CABA 18U World Series, earning best hitter honors in 2014 and all-tournament team honors in 2015 ... Three-time invitee to the Palmetto Games, winning Golden Glove Award honors twice ... Led team to 2015 4A Upper State Championship ... Earned all-region honors in 2015.

Born on Feb. 14, 1997 ... Son of Tod and Eva Frick ... Father played baseball at Miami Dade University and Florida Southern College, and also in the minors with the Oakland Athletics organization ... Uncle, Chad Frick, also played at Miami Dade and Florida Southern ... Grandfather, Dr. Talmage Frick, played baseball at Clemson ... Five JL Mann teammates went on to play DI baseball, as well as 12 teammates from the Diamond Devils, including fellow Deacon Jack Schofield ... Volunteer with Meals on Wheels.


Baseball Games