Kent State Baseball – Visual Lineup

June 21, 2012
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A closer look at the Kent State Golden Flashes (courtesy CollegeBaseball360.com), probable gm-3 starters w/ headshots, player info., stats, etc. … more team visual lineups to come later in the CWS.  front-page photo of Jimmy Rider by CB360′s Pete LaFleur
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click here for Stony Brook visual lineup from earlier in the CWS) … Kent State CWS Preview (cb360)
Kent State Info. – KS Tournament Central  |  CWS Notes (w/ PDF) |  Season Stats  |  Roster  |  Record Book  |  Head Coach Scott Stricklin

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CF – #14 EVAN CAMPBELL
Jr.  • Beloit, OH
Leadoff 
Hitter •  Bats: Left
Second Team All-MAC
3-run HR
(t8) beat KY in Reg. final, 3-2
Diving catch saved S-Reg. opener at OR
.316 batting avg. (40 RBI, 61 R)
7 HR, 4 3Bs, 20 2Bs
-6 plate-discipline
(19 BB+13 HBP-38 K)
5-9 SBs … 2 Es (.986)
NCAAs: 5-38 (.132) … 3RBI-7R
HR, 3B, 2B … 3BB-8K-sac

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LF – #12 ALEX MIKLOS__________________________________________RF – #5 T.J. SUTTON
Fr.  •  Grove City, PA____________________________________________So.  •  Uniontown, OH
8-Hole
Hitter  • Bats: Right_______________________________________5-Hole Hitter •  Bats: Left
2 triples
(RBI) in 21-inn. win vs. Kentucky
.253 batting avg. (21 RBI, 23 R)_______________________________.305 batting avg. (30 RBI, 32 R)
2 HR, 4 3Bs, 8 2Bs________________________________________________3 HR, 12 2Bs
-23 plate-discipline______________________________________________+1 plate-discipline
(19 BB+3 HBP-45 K)___________________________________________(18 BB+5 HBP-22 K)
5-6 SBs … 3 errors (.962)________________________________________0 SBs … no errors
NCAAs: 4-25 (.160) … RBI-2R_______________________________NCAAs: 9-30 (.300)…2RBI-2R
2 3Bs … 5BB-7K-3sac-E_______________________________________3 2Bs … BB-HBP-2K-SF


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SS – #1 JIMMY RIDER________________________________________2B – #2 DEREK TOADVINE
Sr.  •  Venetia, PA______________________________________________So.  •  Springfield, OH
2-Hole
 Hitter  • Bats: Right_____________________________________9-Hole Hitter •  Bats: Right
353 career hits (MAC record)_______________________Scored winning run in S-Reg. final at Ore.
MLB 26th-rd Draft Pick (Pittsburgh)
.363 batting avg. (58 RBI, 70 R)_______________________________.248 batting avg. (15 RBI, 35 R)
6 HR, 3B, 30 2Bs____________________________________________________5 2Bs
-23 plate-discipline______________________________________________-18 plate-discipline
(33 BB+3 HBP-40 K)_____________________________________________(20 BB+HBP-39 K)
3-3 SBs … 7 errors (.979)_____________________________________8-11 SBs … 11 errors (.965)
NCAAs: 15-40 (.375) … 9RBI-10R________________________________NCAAs: 7-33 (.222)…4R
HR, 4 2Bs … BB-8K-sac-2E___________________________________________BB-5K-sac-E


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3B – #24 SAWYER POLEN___________________________________1B – #6 GEORGE ROBERTS
Fr.  •  Wooster, OH_____________________________________________Jr.  •  Summerhill, PA
6-Hole
 Hitter  • Bats: Right___________________________________Cleanup Batter •  Bats: Right
_________________________________________________All-American & MAC Player of Year
.277 batting avg. (30 RBI, 39 R)_______________________________.364 batting avg. (66 RBI, 44 R)
4 HR, 4 3Bs, 8 2Bs_______________________________________________8 HR, 3B, 23 2Bs
-23 plate-discipline______________________________________________-32 plate-discipline
(25 BB+9 HBP-57 K)___________________________________________(16 BB+2 HBP-50 K)
3-5 SBs … 9 errors (.938)_____________________________________2-3 SBs … 7 errors (.988)
NCAAs: 6-31 (.194) … 2RBI-3R____________________________NCAAs: 13-38 (.342)…9RBI-2R
3BB-10K-2sac_________________________________________________________6K

RHP – #31 TYLER SKULINA
So.  •  Strongsville, OH
Second Team All-Mid-American Conference
2010 MLB Draft Selection (46th-rd, Oakland)
Transfer from Univ. of Virginia
(did not pitch for UVa in 2010; sat out in ’11/transfer rules)
3.63 ERA, 11-2 (17 starts) … 97K-41BB-16HB
101.2 IP … 91 H (.235 opp. avg.)
Beat Kentucky in 3-2 Reg. final (7IP-2R-5H-2BB-5K)
Was in line for win in S-Reg. final at Oregon (3-2; 5.2-2H-3BB-4K)

 C – #36 DAVID LYON
Sr.  •  Emporium, PA
3-Hole Hitter •  Bats: Switch
Second Team All-Mid-American Conference
MLB Draft Pick
(34th-rd, Texas)
.285 batting avg. (42 RBI, 51 R)
10 HR, 4 3Bs, 17 2Bs … +11 plate-discipline (50 BB+HBP-40 K)
3-3 SBs … 7 E (.986), has thrown out 17-of-39 base-stealers (44%)
NCAAs: 9-34 (.265) … 2RBI-2R … 3B, 2B … 6BB-8K

DH – #7 NICK HAMILTON
Sr./Jr.  •  Avon Lake, OH
7-hole 
Hitter •  Bats: Switch
MLB Draft Pick (35th-rd, Cleveland)
.343 batting avg. (35 RBI, 20 R) … HR, 2 3Bs, 12 2Bs
-21 plate-discipline 126 BB-2 HBP-39 K) … 1-2 SBs
NCAAs: 5-29 (.172) … R … 3BB-11K-sac

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