OMAHA, Neb.– Harvard baseball junior Hunter Bigge has been named to D1Baseball.com's Top-150 Prospects List, earning the 143rd spot. He is the only Ivy League player to earn a spot on the list.
In his two years with the Crimson, Bigge has produced strong numbers from the mound and the plate. The right hander has pitched in 44.2 total innings, striking out 44 and adding four saves. From the plate, he played in all 42 games last season and owns a career batting average of .273 with four homeruns and 22 RBI's.
Strong summer league numbers with the Duluth Huskies earned Bigge an appearance in the Northwoods All-Star game. He posted a 4-2 record with a 3.13 ERA adding 52 strikeouts over 51 innings pitched during the summer season. From the plate, he hit for a .280 average, 23 hits, and 12 RBIs. He led the Huskies to the Northwoods League Championship where he pitched two scoreless innings in the team's game two victory.
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