SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. –Taed Moses has been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-America team, it was announced Wednesday afternoon by the NCBWA. The senior was selected as an honorable mention outfielder after his stellar 2013 campaign.
Moses was one of five players from the Sunshine State Conference to make the list, joining Adrian English of Barry University who was recognized as the second team second baseman, Lynn's Jason Matusik, an honorable mention selection, and Tampa's Mike Adams and Michael Danner, both honorable mention selections.
Moses batted .376 in his senior campaign with 14 doubles, five triples, and three home runs. Starting 46 of the Lions' 50 games, Moses drove in 37 RBI with a slugging percentage of .576.
Moses finished third in the Sunshine State Conference in batting average, fourth in slugging percentage, fifth in on-base percentage at .465, third in runs scored with 49, and first in the conference with five triples.
In addition to being a force in the middle of Sean O'Connor's lineup, he was also a threat on the base paths, swiping a team high 16 bases.
The entire list of NCBWA All-Americans can be seen here.
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