Chris Serritella finished the regular season with a .394 average to lead the MVC.
SIU rallied for two in the eighth and scored three more in the ninth.
Last updated on June 7, 2012
2012 (Senior): Appeared in 10 games and made three starts at catcher...Hit .222 with one RBI and only one strikeout in 18 at-bats...Drove in a run in SIU's three-run ninth inning in a 7-3 win at Illinois on 5/1.
2011 (Junior): Played in 33 games and made 28 starts behind the plate...Batted .212 on the year and scored 11 runs...Seven of his 21 hits went for doubles...Had seven RBIs on the year...Drove in two runs against Wichita State, April 29, when he was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a career-high two doubles...Had five multiple-hit games on the year...Threw out seven runners attempting to steal a base.
Prior to SIU: Led Lincoln Trail College to a 34-15 record and a Region 24 tournament appearance as a sophomore in 2010...Started his college career as a quarterback at Murray State, before transferring to Lincoln Trail College...After not playing baseball for a year and a half, he returned to the diamond and hit .265 in his first year at LTC in 2009...Threw out 50 percent of the base runners who attempted to steal on him that season...Led Lakota West High School to the state championship with a 28-5 record as a senior in 2007...First-Team All-GMC and All-Butler County catcher as a senior in high school...Second team All-GMC second baseman as a junior...LWHS had a 63-27 record from his sophomore through senior seasons...Two-time all-conference quarterback in high school where he led his team to a 15-6 record as a junior and senior.
Personal:Full name is Dustin James Huff...Graduated in May 2012 with a degree in history...Born on May 24, 1989 in Cincinnati, Ohio...Son of Deborah and Derran Huff...Has one brother.
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