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KCHS Baseball Coach Caleb Moore to be inducted into the ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame
Just announced! Catholic Head Baseball coach Caleb Moore has been named to the ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2019! Coach Moore was 2004 SoCon Player of the Year, a Louisville Slugger All-American, NCAA National leader in batting average & doubles per game, and drafted in 2005 by the Minnesota Twins. Congratulations! #goirish ☘⚾️ Read more: http://bit.ly/ETSUHoF2019.
















Caleb Moore – Baseball – 2002-05

2004 SoCon Player of the Year … 2004 and 2005 Collegiate Baseball/Louisville Slugger All-American … 2004 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-American … .455 batting average is the fourth-highest mark in SoCon history … Drafted in the fourth round (135th overall pick) in 2005 MLB Draft by Minnesota Twins … NCAA National leader in batting average and doubles per game (0.6) in 2004 … SoCon single-season record holder in doubles (31,  2004) … Led the SoCon in batting in 2004 (.455) … Led SoCon in doubles in 2004 (31) … Led SoCon in slugging percentage in 2004 and 2005 (.752 & .705) … Led SoCon in home runs in 2005 (15) … ETSU single-season leader in batting average (.455, 2004) … ETSU single-season leader in doubles (31, 2004) … Ranks second in ETSU single-season for hits (92, 2004) … Ranks second in ETSU single-season for RBI (73, 2005) … Ranks third among ETSU career leaders in doubles (63) … Ranks third among ETSU career leaders in saves (18) … Ranks third in ETSU single-season in saves (11) … ETSU single-game record holder in doubles (4, vs. College of Charleston, 2004) … Led the team in batting average (.455), hits (92), runs scored (59) and doubles (31) in 2004 …  Led the team with 15 home runs, RBI (73) and ERA (4.14) in 2005 … Led the team with three triples in 2003 … Four-time SoCon Player of the Week selection … Two-time first team All-SoCon by coaches and media as a catcher (2004-2005) … Second team all-SoCon by coaches and media as relief pitcher in 20