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Played in 45 games, starting 26... batted .214 with 10 runs batted in... hit safely in 18 games... registered six games with a pair of hits... his longest streak covered three games (twice)... had four doubles (two vs. Central Michigan at the MAC Tournament) and two triples... walked six times and was hit once for a .258 on-base percentage... was successful on eight of nine stolen base attempts... had a pair of steals on two occasions (vs. Marshall and at Ohio-1)... had five sacrifice bunts and a sacrifice fly... fielded .963.
Played in 29 games, starting 25... held a .253 batting average with two home runs and six RBIs... walked three times and was hit another three... stole four bases on six attempts... made just one error in 63 chances... stole a career high two bases in a 6-3 win over Central Michigan (3/27)... tied his career high of three hits in a 4-3 victory over Rhode Island (3/11).
Played in 53 games in his first year as a RedHawk, making 50 starts in the outfield ... made first-career start in Miami's season opener Feb. 20 at the College of Charleston ... hit .269, batting in the ninth spot every start, while registering 52 hits, including eight doubles, three triples and four home runs ... smacked first-career hit (a double) and scored first run Feb. 21 at Charleston ... belted first round-tripper April 11 vs. Central Michigan ... tallied 14 multi-hit games, including three hits five times ... had a 10-game hitting streak from April 17-May 1 ... drove in 32 runs, while scoring 31, and totaled 78 bases ... had seven multi-RBI games, including a Miami season-best five RBI May 14 at Kent State ... recorded first RBI Feb. 27 against William & Mary ... slugged .404 but had an on-base percentage of just .296, earning just six walks while striking out 56 times--second most on the team and in Miami single-season history ... laid down five sac bunts, second on the team, and had two sac flies ... was 5-for-12 on stolen bases, stealing his first-career base March 7 vs. Northeastern ... made just five errors and fired in five assists in 137 chances for a .964 fielding percentage.
Amassed numerous honors during his junior and senior seasons, including being named First-Team All-Ohio and the 2008 Gatorade Player of the Year in Ohio ... he was also listed as a 2008 Under Armour Pre-Season All-American (top-10 seniors) and among the 2008 Sports Illustrated/Takkle Sports National Top 100 ... hit .424 his junior season and helped his team to regional championships in 2006 and 2008 ... selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 31st round of the MLB Draft ... No. 1 ranked player in Ohio by The Buckeye Scout
Born August 4, 1990 ... son of Steve and Doretha Curl ... majoring in sports studies with a minor in management and organizations.