2011: Named American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings All-Mideast Region Second-Team ... earned First-Team All-Horizon League honors at second base after a season in which he batted .354 with a team-best 84 hits ... tallied 17 doubles, one triple and three home runs ... scored 39 runs, drove in 39 and stole 13 bases ... made just two errors in 266 chances in the field all season ... final Horizon League rankings included second in hits, second in doubles, sixth in average, sixth in total bases (112) and sixth in RBI ... batted .405 in league play which included a conference-best 45 hits ... U.S. Army ROTC Athlete of the Month for May after recording 31 hits in 17 games, driving in 17 and scoring 18 runs ... earned Horizon League Player of the Week honors in back-to-back weeks in mid-May ... batted .422 with runners in scoring position and .376 against righties ... ended the season on a seven-game hitting streak (13-for-28, .464), hitting safely in 17 of final 18 games of career (32-for-67, .478) ... second on the squad with 26 multi-hit games ... his 237 at bats led the league and ranked second all-time in season program history ... his 84 hits were also fifth-best on the all-time season list ... tied career-best with three RBI against Tennessee Feb. 20 ... 3-for-4 against IPFW March 26 ... 6-for-12 in series against Butler April 1-2 ... three hits in win at Northwestern April 5 ... tied season-high with four hits and also stole a pair of bases at UIC April 9 ... three hits and two RBI at Cleveland State April 15 ... added another four-hit game at Youngstown State May 7 ... three hits and three RBI at Valparaiso May 14 ... went 5-for-9 in the twinbill with five RBI and a home run ... three hits in win against Crusaders May 20 ... batted .500 (5-for-10) in three games at Horizon League Tournament May 25-27 ... finished career ranked third in program history in games (204), third in hits (250), third in doubles (52), fourth in at bats (734), fourth in runs (142), fifth in total bases (342) and sixth in steals (31) ... named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Earned Second Team All-Horizon League honors at shortstop after a season in which he batted .350, starting all 56 games he appeared in ... tied for the team lead with 78 hits and led the squad with 21 doubles, a total that ranked third in the Horizon League and tied for fifth in school history ... scored 48 runs, hit five home runs and recorded 35 RBI ... second on team with 23 multi-hit games and hit .404 with runners in scoring position ... batted .439 (47-for-107) in league games, third-best in the conference ... his 47 hits were tops in league play, as well ... hit safely in the first five games of the year ... his three doubles against Dayton March 7 tied the school record for doubles in a game ... had two hits, including a home run, and scored twice against #14 Arkansas March 12 ... 3-for-4 with two runs scored against UIC March 27 and against Cleveland State April 2 ... compiled an eight-game hitting streak April 17-28, batting 19-for-39 (.487) in the stretch ... had four-hit games against Butler April 18 and Bradley April 21 ... also scored three and drove in three against the Braves ... named Horizon League Player of the Week May 16 after going 9-for-16 (.450) with seven RBI as UWM went 3-1 in four games ... set career-high with a five-hit contest against Youngstown State May 22 ... went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI in Horizon League Tournament Championship round against Wright State May 29 ... fielded the final out of UWM's championship win against the Raiders the next day ... had a hit and scored a run against #15 San Diego in the NCAA Tournament June 5 ... named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Spent the season as Milwaukee's everyday shortstop, making 50 starts in his 53 games played ... set career-highs across the board, batting .333 with 37 runs scored and 32 runs batted in serving as UWM's leadoff hitter for the majority of the season ... finished 10th in the Horizon League with his .403 on-base percentage and 12th with his batting average ... also ranked second in the league with his five sacrifice flies ... third on the team with 19 multi-hit games ... went 6-for-13 with five runs scored and four RBI's at the Jacksonville Invitational Feb. 27-March 1 ... scored twice, had two hits and knocked in three against Central Michigan March 18 ... enjoyed a 15-game hitting streak April 10-May 3 ... 3-for-4 with two RBI against Wright State April 11 ... 3-for-6 with three runs scored and a home run in win over Youngstown State April 18 ... 5-for-7 with three driven in and two stolen bases during doubleheader sweep of Northern Illinois April 28 ... career-best four hits against Butler May 9, driving in three ... batted .348 versus lefties ... named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2008: Appeared in 38 games as a freshman, making 18 starts at second base ... batted .295 on the season, including .350 in Horizon League play ... recorded first hit in UWM uniform in season opener, scoring once and driving in a run against Jacksonville Feb. 22 ... hit safely in eight of first 10 appearances ... had season-high three hits and two runs batted in and stole a base against Austin Peay March 14 ... two hits versus Valparaiso May 3 ... scored twice and stole two bases against Cleveland State in the Horizon League Tournament May 21 ... threat on the bases, stealing six times in eight tries ... batted .419 with runners in scoring position and .378 with runners on.
Prior to UWM: Spent one year at Winona State University in Minnesota ... earned a scholarship for baseball and football, lettering as a wide receiver during the 2007 season ... maintained freshmen eligibility for baseball after an injury.
High School: Earned Northwest Conference Player of the Year awards in baseball, basketball and football ... lettered 12 times in his prep career ... First Team Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-State and District Player of the Year as a senior after hitting .614 ... also state co-player of the year ... three-time all-conference choice on the diamond ... helped high school team to conference championships in all three sports ... was an all-state punter ... member of Division 2 state championship football team in 2002 and state runner-up in 2003 ... two-time All-Northwest, three-time all-conference and team captain in football ... all-state, three-time All-Northwest, three-time all-conference and two-year captain in basketball ... averaged 18 points and six rebounds a game as a senior ... four year honor roll member.
Personal: Son of Mike and Lyn Kraft ... majoring in communications ... lists hobbies as playing sports and hanging out ... considers winning the sectional final on a last-second shot as his most memorable sports experience ... coaches youth football, basketball and baseball ... spent the summer of 2008 playing for the Eau Claire Cavaliers, batting .354 and earning the team's "Key Player Award" ... born Feb. 17, 1988.