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Maurice playing in Atlantic League
- Updated: July 11, 2022
HIGH POINT, N.C. – Kyle Maurice, who concluded his senior season with the Saint Anselm College baseball team in May, has joined the High Point Rockers of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, a partner league of Major League Baseball.
Maurice, an Exeter High School graduate, played in his first game with the Rockers on Saturday and was 1-for-3 at the plate with a single coming in his first at-bat in the top of the third inning.
Following the 2022 season, Maurice was named the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association New England Division II Player of the Year, the Northeast-10 Conference Northeast Division Player of the Year, and collected All-East Region First Team honors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, Division II Conference Commissioners Association, and the American Baseball Coaches’ Association. Maurice was also earned Honorable Mention All-America plaudits from the NCBWA.
Maurice batted .396 in 42 games for the Hawks in 2022. He led the team with 63 hits, 14 home runs, 45 runs, and 48 runs batted in with a .461 on-base percentage and a .730 slugging percentage. Maurice registered a 16-game hitting streak, going 31-for-62 (.500) on the streak which started on Mar. 27 and ended nearly a month later on Apr. 23. He slugged three home runs and drove in eight runs in the Saint Anselm win over American International on May 6, giving him five games with three or more runs driven in on the season.
Maurice batted .355 in two seasons of play for the Hawks. He appeared in 71 games and recorded 89 hits, scored 73 runs, and drove in 81 runs. Maurice posted 15 doubles and 24 home runs on his way to a .701 slugging percentage while on the Hilltop. Maurice committed just three errors in 298 chances, good for a .990 fielding percentage between the outfield and first base for Saint Anselm.
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