from John Dell and the Winston-Salem Journal at www.journalnow.com…..Dirext links for photos will be listed below and his school coach, Larry Farrer and his Greensboro NABA coach Enad Haddad, are very proud of Travis Moore for this honor…Others should be too..
A season of firsts for the Winston-Salem State baseball team continued when outfielder Travis Moore(Dudley High School/Greensboro, N.C.) was named All-America.
Moore, a 26-year-old senior from Greensboro, was named on the Daktronics Division II All-America second team.
“As far as I know I don’t think a Winston-Salem State player has ever been All-America in baseball,” said Coach Kevin Ritsche of the Rams, who just completed his third season and compiled a school-best 39-13 record.
Daktronics first started naming Division II All-America teams in 2007.
Moore, who was All-CIAA first team, led the Rams with a .392 average with 46 stolen bases and an on-base percentage of .485. He scored a team-high 64 runs and had 78 hits in 199 at-bats.
“Travis really had a great season for us and the thing about him was he was so consistent,” Ritsche said. “So for him to be named All-America is great to see.”
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