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2020 Round 2 (39): Hudson Haskin - OF - (Soph)(Tulane)

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2020 (Sophomore): Started all 17 games as a sophomore in the outfield… Finished fourth on the team in batting average, while finishing third on the team in total hits, third in runs scored, RBI and total bases… Batted .333 with 22 hits, including a team-leading six doubles, one triple and a home run, driving in 14 with 18 runs scored… Led the team in walks with 14, slugging .500 with a .452 on-base percentage… Was third on the team with seven multi-hit games, with six games with two hits and one game with four hits… Had three multi-RBI games this season… Finished the season on a six-game hitting streak… Finished the year with a perfect fielding percentage… Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored in game two against FGCU (2/15)… Went 2-for-5 with a double, RBI and wo runs scored at Louisiana-Lafayette (2/19)… Drove in three on two hits, including a double in game two against Cal State Fullerton (2/22)… Had a pair of hits in the opener against Middle Tennessee (2/28)… Had four hits with a solo home run included and two runs scored in game two against the Blue Raiders (2/29)… Was walked three times and produced two hits with an RBI and three runs scored against Texas Southern (3/3)… Scored twice with a double in game one against Southern (3/6)… Had two hits with a double, RBI and two runs scored against Southern in the finale (3/8)… Drove in two on a double with a run scored in game one against Lamar (3/10)… Drove in two on a triple with a run scored in the finale against the Cardinals (3/11)

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