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Moses awarded fourth All-American honor
Former Southeast Missouri State baseball standout Trenton Moses has received his fourth All-American accolade for the 2012 season.
Moses, a third baseman who completed his eligibility at Southeast this year, recently was named a second-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings.
Moses, an Advance High School product, previously had been selected a second-team All-American by two other organizations. He also has been a third-team pick.
The two-time Ohio Valley Conference player of the year led the nation in on-base (.531) and slugging percentage (.761) this season while batting 408.
Moses was selected in the 26th round of this year's major league draft by the Atlanta Braves. He is playing with the Advanced-Rookie level Danville Braves.
-- From staff reports