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National All-Star Lineup - April 11, 2012
Pepperdine's Jon Moscot comes within an out of a no-no

LUBBOCK, Texas – The College Baseball Hall of Fame and Diamond Sports are proud to announce this week's National All-Star Lineup.

Jarrett Gish (Case Western Reserve) threw 16 scoreless innings while striking out 13 to extend his scoreless inning streak to 24 2/3 innings. Sam Moll (Memphis) tossed a complete-game one-hitter against Marshall. Jon Moscot (Pepperdine) pitched 8 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball and struck out 10. Phil Keppler (Iowa) hit .733 with seven RBIs. Nathan Minnich (Shepherd University) hit .692, which included a 7-for-7 day in a Saturday doubleheader. Tristan Moore (Wright State) batted .625 with three home runs, 14 RBIs and 11 runs scored. Tyler Patzalek (Maine) hit .522 with 15 RBIs, three doubles and three home runs. Brett Thomas (Oregon) hit .636 against UCLA alongside two doubles and two stolen bases. Congratulations to Coach Elliott Avent (North Carolina State), Coach Paul Kostacopoulos (Navy), Coach Billy Goodwin (East Carolina) and Coach Mike Martin (Florida State) for reaching milestone victories over the last week. See the full National All-Star Lineup below.

Ryan Dandrea – Westmoreland County CC, Sophomore

Threw 12 innings on the week, giving up just four hits, no runs while striking out 15. Dandrea struck out nine in five innings in a shutout win over CCAC-Boyce.

Dan Fiorito – Manhattanville College, Senior

Batted .611 (11-for-18) with five home runs, eight RBIs and 12 runs scored. Fiorito added three doubles for a total of eight extra-base hits to register a slugging percentage of 1.611.

Jarrett Gish – Case Western Reserve University, Junior

Posted a 2-0 record for the week. Gish pitched 16 scoreless innings, struck out 13 and did not issue a walk. The junior’s performance extended his scoreless inning streak to 24 2/3.

Joe Haase – Purdue, Senior

Tossed a shutout and struck out four while surrendering only two hits and one walk. Haase did not give up a hit after the fourth inning and needed only 99 pitches to finish his second career shutout.

Jabari Henry – Florida International, Junior

Over the last five games, Henry hit .450 (9-20) with four home runs, 13 RBIs, seven runs scored and a run-saving outfield assist. In a series sweep of Troy, Henry hit two home runs Saturday night. His second home run proved to be the game-winner while his two-run single Friday against Troy was also the game-winning hit.

Austin House – New Mexico, Junior

Threw the first complete game of his career with a win over Air Force. The junior struck out a career-high 10 batters and allowed only four hits.

Phil Keppler – Iowa, Senior

Hit 11-for-15 (.733) over five games last week, while driving in seven runs and scoring five. Keppler notched his first triple and home run of the season. In addition, the senior registered three walks and a sacrifice fly while posting an on-base percentage of .778 and a slugging percentage of 1.067.

Erik Mattingly – Creighton, Senior

Went nine innings without surrendering a hit and struck out three in his Saturday start against Indiana State. The right-hander hit one batter in the first inning and another reached by error, but Mattingly retired the rest of the Sycamore lineup in order in the extra-inning loss.

Nathan Minnich – Shepherd University, Senior

Hit .692 (9-for-13) with a pair of home runs and a double. Minnich posted a 7-for-7 day with six RBIs and six runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of West Liberty on Saturday.

Sam Moll – Memphis, Sophomore

Tossed the first one-hitter for a Memphis pitcher since 1994 and clinched the series at Marshall with the shutout. Moll struck out nine and took a no-hitter into the seventh, extending his streak of consecutive shutout innings to 16. The sophomore has only allowed one earned run in his last four starts.

Tristan Moore – Wright State, Senior

Moore batted .625 (10-for-16) over four games with three home runs, 14 RBIs and 11 runs scored.

Jon Moscot – Pepperdine, Junior

Pitched 8 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball in a victory at Saint Mary's on Thursday. Moscot carried a perfect game through five innings and gave up the lone hit of the game with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. The junior tallied a career-high 10 strikeouts and allowed just one unearned run in the win.

Tyler Patzalek – Maine, Junior

Batted 12-for-23 (.522) with eight runs and 15 RBIs. The catcher also hit three doubles and three home runs, recording a 1.043 slugging percentage. Patzalek’s weekly highlight came in the nightcap of Friday’s doubleheader, when he went 3-for-5 with two homers, five runs and six RBIs.

Brandon Rawe – Louisburg College, Freshman

Hit .750 (6-for-8) with four homers. Rawe totaled seven RBIs and drew two walks on the week.

Jordan Siversten – Southern Illinois, Senior

Hit .563 with four home runs and 12 RBIs in four games this week. The senior tallied 23 total bases in four games, with six of his nine hits going for extra bases. In addition to his offense, he played flawless defense in left field, recording 13 putouts without an error.

Brett Thomas – Oregon, Sophomore

Batted .636 (7-for-11) in three games against ranked UCLA last week, racking up two doubles, three runs scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases. The sophomore posted a .692 on-base percentage and .818 slugging percentage. Thomas was perfect in the outfield, adding an assist Saturday.

Erich Weiss – Texas, Sophomore

Batted .588 (10-for-17) on the week, as the Longhorns got the series win against Texas Tech. The sophomore recorded multiple hits in all three games, including four hits on both Friday and Saturday. On the week, Weiss scored five runs with two RBIs, a home run and a walk.

Coach Elliott Avent – North Carolina State

The Wolfpack rallied from a pair of three-run deficits (including one in the ninth) to get a win over Virginia and give Coach Avent his 800th career victory.

Coach Paul Kostacopoulos – Navy

Registered his 700th career win, as the Midshipmen defeated conference opponent Bucknell.

Coach Billy Goodwin – East Carolina

Notched his 500th career win, as the Pirates defeated conference opponent Houston on Thursday.

Coach Mike Martin – Florida State

The Seminoles defeated Georgia Tech on Sunday to credit Coach Martin his 1,700th career win.

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