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Matt Fenster

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

High School:
Andover

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 177

Position:
INF

B/T:
R/R

Matt Fenster

2011: Appeared in 47 games, making 33 starts at first base, eight at third base, five at designated hitter and one at second base...Batted .269 with 23 RBI and 22 runs scored...Posted a .348 on-base percentage and .356 slugging percentage...Had eight doubles and two home runs...Lifted a team-best five sacrifice flies and dropped down one sacrifice bunt...Had nine multiple-hit games and four two-RBI showings...Put together a nine-game hitting streak from March 5-18, posting two or more hits in four of those contests...Went 4-for-6 with an RBI and a run scored in the doubleheader at Penn on March 26...Had another nine-game hitting streak from March 30-April 10, driving in 10 runs during that span.

2010: Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...put up career numbers, seeing time primarily as a designated hitter...earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors as a designated hitter...also named to the Jewish Sports Review All-America Team...led the Leopards with a .410 batting average...collected 10 doubles to go along with 50 hits, 20 runs scored and 22 RBI...also added two triples and a home run...finished the season with a .549 slugging average and a team-high .434 on-base percentage...had 13 multi-hit games including one five-hit effort...led off the season with two hits at VMI (2/27)...drove in two runs on two hits and scored three at Dallas Baptist (3/19)...put together a three-game stretch with 11 hits, three RBI and four runs scored...opened that streak with four hits and three RBI against Bucknell (4/4)...added two hits at St. Joseph's (4/6) and had a career-high five hits, including three doubles, at Monmouth (4/7)...had back-to-back three-hit outings, both against Holy Cross (4/18, 4/19)...collected four hits against Navy (5/1) and ended the season with six hits over final four games.

2009: Made 12 starts, primarily as a designated hitter, and appeared in 24 games...finished the season with a .273 average...drove in 10 runs and had five doubles...had a 2-for-4 performance vs. Temple (4/16) with two runs scored and two RBI...had two more hits vs. Army (4/26) and drove in two runs in win at Bucknell (5/10) that sent the Leopards to the Patriot League championship series.

2008: Made two appearances his rookie season...made first collegiate appearance and scored one run in 6-3, extra-inning win at Norfolk State (3/2)...came off the bench vs. Navy (3/30).

YEAR 	AVG 	GP-GS 	AB 	R 	H 	2B 	3B 	HR 	RBI 	TB 	SLG% 	BB 	HBP 	SO 	GDP 	OB% 	SF 	SH 	SB-ATT 	PO 	A 	E 	FLD%
2008 	.000 	2-0 	1 	1 	0 	0 	0 	0 	0 	0 	.000 	0 	0 	0 	0 	.000 	0 	0 	0-0 	0 	1 	0 	1.000
2009 	.273 	24-12 	55 	9 	15 	5 	1 	1 	10 	25 	.455 	7 	2 	12 	3 	.369 	1 	2 	1-1 	1 	3 	0 	1.000
2010 	.410 	36-35 	122 	20 	50 	10 	2 	1 	22 	67 	.549 	8 	1 	19 	3 	.434 	5 	0 	2-8 	80 	11 	5 	.948
2011 	.269 	47-47 	160 	22 	43 	8 	0 	2 	23 	57 	.356 	18 	4 	30 	4 	.348 	5 	1 	0-2 	213 	27 	10 	.960
TOTAL 	.320 	109-94 	338 	52 	108 	23 	3 	4 	55 	149 	.441 	33 	7 	61 	10 	.380 	11 	3 	3-11 	294 	42 	15 	.957

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