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NEW: Former Worcester Academy Standout Selected to Baseball All-Star Game

Monday, June 04, 2012

 

Trinity's Kevin Mortimer was the premier power hitter in the NESCAC this season.

Trinity College senior, and former Worcester Academy standout, Kevin Mortimer has been selected to participate in the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) All-Star Game.

The 38th annual All-Star exhibition will take place on June 10th at the Lowell Spinner's Field in Lowell. First pitch is scheduled for 7 pm. Mortimer earned his spot on the All-Star team with a fantastic senior season that saw him selected team MVP for the Bantams.

Mortimer was also selected to the Capitol One Academic All District Team and the NESCAC All Conference 1st Team. He led the NESCAC in home runs this past season with eight, and batted a stellar .315.

A 2008 graduate of Worcester Academy and Spencer native, Mortimer was one of the top athletes in Central Mass, captaining both the baseball and hockey teams at the Academy. While attending Trinity, Mortimer also played summer baseball for the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League and the Laconia Muskrats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.

While his baseball career has gone well, Mortimer plans on attending law school in the fall. 

 

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