Mids finish season 23-29.
Mids begin quest to repeat as conference tournament champions.
Hornets use four-run fourth inning to top Navy.
Andrew Hahn drives in six runs in the win.
Midshipmen split series with Lehigh.
Runs Scored: 2, five times (most recent: vs. Bucknell 4/18/11)
Hits: 2, several times (most recent: vs. Bucknell 4/18/11)
RBIs: 2, four times (most recent: vs. Bucknell 4/18/11)
Stolen Bases: 1, three times (most recent: at Lehigh 4/2/11)
Hitting Streak: 4 games, three times (most recent: 4/18-4/24/11)
Saw action in 29 games, making 21 starts at third base and hit .250 with 10 RBIs
Belted his first-career home run in the first game of the season at Presbyterian (2/18)
Went 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and scored twice vs. Bucknell (4/18)
Had two RBIs vs. Yale (3/20) in a start at third base
Hit .321 in 26 games, making 16 starts at third base
Had two hits in three consecutive games (4/29-5/2), going a combined 6-for-11
Ended the season by getting a hit in six of his final eight games, going a combined 10-of-26 at the plate, and reached safely in all eight contests
Went 2-for-4, scored a run and swiped his first career base in win over Air Force (2/26)
Had 31 assists in the field and finished the year with a .917 fielding percentage
Played in 22 games, seven of which he started
Batted .225 (9-for-40) with five runs scored, two doubles and five RBIs
Totaled three multi-hit and two multi-RBI performances
Went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored in his first-career start against Cornell (2/28)
Posted back-to-back two-hit, two-RBI efforts against Maryland Eastern Shore (4/21 and 4/23)
Doubled and scored twice in his latter performance against Maryland Eastern Shore
Attended West Henderson High School, where he earned four letters in baseball
During his senior year, he was named Western North Carolina and Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year
Selected to the all-state team in 2008
Served as team captain in his senior campaign
Four-time member of the all-conference team
Baseball squad claimed conference title in each of his four years, compiling a record of 95-13 (.880)
In 2008, he set a school record for RBIs while batting .494 with 44 runs scored and a .963 slugging percentage
One year prior, he hit .398 with eight doubles, two home runs, 24 RBIs and a .459 on-base percentage
Son of Trish and Scott Moore
Father served in the Marine Corps
Majoring in political science