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Moore Finishes 2015 Campaign with Danville Braves

May graduate off to flight school in Pensacola


2014-15 Navy Athletics Year In Review

Navy finished with an overall record of 288-164-10 (.634)


Navy Baseball and Gillingham Finish Atop NCAA Statistical Standings

Mids led NCAA DI in triples; Gillingham in H/9 and WHIP categories


Stephen Moore Debuts with Danville Braves

2015 graduate was 10th round draft pick of Atlanta in recent MLB draft


Stephen Moore Drafted by Atlanta Braves in 10th Round

Right-handed pitcher is first Mid selected in MLB Draft since 2012


Navy vs. Quinnipiac Series, March 14-15

Mids host the Bobcats on the weekend of March 14-15

Career Stats | Game-by-Game Statistics: 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Career Honors:
• First Team All-Patriot League (2013 - SP)

Career Highs
• Innings Pitched: 9.0, vs. Lehigh (4/19/14)
• Strikeouts: 10, vs. Monmouth (3/8/14)
• Longest Start w/2 or less hits: 6.0 IP, at Florida A&M (2/16/14)
• Longest Start w/o walk: 8.1 IP, vs. Army (4/26/14)

2014 (Junior):
• Finished fifth amongst qualified Patriot League starting pitchers in ERA (2.49), sixth in opponent’s batting average (.228), seventh in innings pitched (79.2), fifth in strikeouts (60)
• Ranked 36th in NCAA D1 with 5.0 strikeoout-to-walk ratio (#1 PL), 46th in WHIP (1.00), 41st in walks per 9 innings (1.36)
• Registered quality starts (6 IP, 3 or less ERs) in eight of his 12 starts.
• Only twice all season allowed more than two runs (four vs. Holy Cross (4/5) was his season-high)
• Had five starts with seven or more strikeouts, including a career-high 10 against Monmouth (3/8). Coming into 2014 his single-game high was six
• Four times he completed eight or more innings; vs. Cornell (3/1) he went 8.0 innings with 1 ER and seven strikeouts; vs. Monmouth (3/8) he went 8.0 with 1 ER and 10 strikeouts; vs. Lehigh (4/19) he went 9.0 with 2 ER and seven strikeouts and vs. Army (4/26) he went 8.1 with 2 ER and four strikeouts
• Overall record of 3-5 was hindered by just 40 runs of support over his 13 appearances

2013 (Sophomore):
• Earned first-team All-Patriot League honors after ranking top 10 in several categories, including: ERA (3.24, third), opponent's batting average (.252, fifth), hits allowed (56, fifth) and strikeouts (46, ninth)
• Posted a 4-3 record over 58.1 innings pitched
• His 46 strikeouts ranked second on Navy's pitching staff
• Pitched in 12 games with nine starts. Permanently joined the weekend rotation beginning on 3/14 versus Indiana
• Never allowed more than four runs in an appearance, including eight games with two or less runs allowed
• Struck out a season-high six batters in back-to-back 7.0 inning starts at Holy Cross (4/14) and vs. Lafayette (4/20)
• Threw his first-career complete game at Army (3/31) as he went 7.0 innings with four strikeouts and allowed just one run on five hits and no walks

2012 (Freshman):
• Tied for second on the team with 17 appearances, while his 44.2 innings were third-highest on the staff and most among the team's relievers
• Posted a 3.83 ERA despite going 0-5
• Made his collegiate debut vs. North Carolina A&T (2/18), pitching 2.0 hitless innings and recording one strikeout
• Made his first start against Maryland (3/7), yielding three runs off five hits and striking out three in 4.2 innings to take the loss
• Struck out a season-high five batters in a career-long outing of 7.0 innings vs. Army (4/1)
• Picked up his first collegiate save in game two of a doubleheader vs. Princeton (3/25), working the final 3.1 innings
• Earned a save in a 3-2 win at Bucknell (4/7), throwing a hitless final 2.0 innings

High School
• Two-time All-State (2009, `10) honoree at The Walker School
• Led Cobb County in strikeouts as a senior
• Named team captain and MVP in his senior season, while as a sophomore and junior he earned all-county accolades
• Earned all-region honors as a sophomore
• Led The Walker School to the 5A regional championship in 2010
• Attended the Naval Academy Prep School for one year following his high school graduation

• Son of Kyle and Stephanie

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