Drossner holds Liberty to one earned run in 4-2 victory
Robinson strikes out seven; Cuas drives in three in win
Stinnett throws a complete-game five hitter in 4-1 victory
Amaro with three hits; Wade picks up his third triple of the season
Wade hits Maryland's first grand slam since 2009 in the win
As a Freshman (2012): Saw action in 34 games and made two starts as the designated hitter ... used primarily as a pinch-hitter or pinch-runner ... went 4-for-4 on stolen bases ... recorded six hits, seven runs, five RBIs and drew five walks in 31 at-bats on the year ... recorded his first collegiate hit in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Manhattan (3/3) and stole a base ... had a sacrifice fly RBI and a season-high three defensive assists against Manhattan (3/4) ... pinch-hit and had a RBI groundout against North Carolina (3/17) ... had a pinch-hit single against NC State (4/8) ... came off the bench and went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and a run against Duke (4/14) ... recorded a pinch-hit single and stole a base against Virginia Tech (4/28) ... pinch ran against Florida State on May 7, and scored all the way from second on Kyle Convissar's sacrifice bunt, giving Maryland the lead in a game it went on to win 8-5.
At William Penn Charter: Hit .400 with 16 stolen bases as a senior ... All-City honorable mention ... first team All-InterAc as a junior and senior ... a team captain as a senior ... 2011 Rawlings/ Perfect Game All Region selection ... Carpenter Cup participant ... the third-ranked second baseman in Pennsylvania according to Perfect Game ... also played football until 2010.
Personal: Andrew Ruben Amaro ... son of David and Jennifer ... a 47th-round pick by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2011 MLB Draft ... both parents played collegiate athletics at Duke University ... has one brother, Robert, a baseball player at the University of Virginia ... uncle is Ruben Amaro Jr., General Manager for the Philadelphia Phillies ... grandfather played shortstop for 11 years in the major leagues ... hobbies include ping pong and watching college sports.
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