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Paul Martin
Lewis-Clark State Warriors
 

2007 Alaska Goldpanners
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102nd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

Position Outfielder
Out of Lewis Clark State
07 Class Sophomore
H/W  B/T 6-0/195 ; R/R
DOB February 28, 1987
Hometown Kamiakin, WA

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LCSC: Has been a solid outfielder for the Warriors, starting 80 games during his first two seasons. Last season, he was named to NAIA Region I team. Saw action mainly in left field and was fourth on the team in starts with 50. He was consistent at the plate, hitting .328 off left-handers and .324 off right-handers. Also hit .360 with runners in scoring position and .500 (6-of-12) with the bases loaded. Saw plenty of playing time as a true freshman two years ago, starting in 28 games and playing in 36, eighth most on the team. He hit .330 with 17 RBI and spent most of his playing time in right field. His 97 plate appearances was ninth on the team.


HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Kamiakin High School and earned three varsity letters in basketball and two in baseball. During his senior year playing basketball he was awarded the Joe Redden Award (most inspirational athlete), selected first-team All-Conference, was his team's MVP, and was runner-up for league MVP award. In baseball, during his senior year, he batted .417 and was named first-team All-Conference, and second-team All-State. During the summer of his senior year he led the Twin-City Titans to a second place finish at the World Series in Rapid City, S.D. During this series he was a part of the all-tournament team outfield, and led the Series in hits and runs scored.



PERSONAL: Born Feb. 28, 1987 in Richland, Wash., to Wayne and Merri Martin. He has one sister, Lyndsey, and enjoys fishing, hunting, and drawing. Martin is currently pursuing a degree in Biology.
 

8/1/7: Martin's blast propels Goldpanners "I really enjoyed the team. They played hard all the time,” said Gloyd, who plans on an encore performance with the Panners next summer. “They’re a bunch of great kids. Hopefully next year, we’ll have some of them back.”
7/26/7: Martin homers as Goldpanners continue winning ways “We battled back the best that we could, but they kept on piling on runs there at the end,” Pilots manager Chris Jones (01) said while sitting in his team’s nearly-empty dugout after the game. “You’ve got to give them credit. We thought we were in control for about five innings or so, and obviously, they didn’t fold or wilt. They kept at it and came back and beat us pretty good.”

LCSC: Saw plenty of playing time as a true freshman a year ago, starting in 28 games and playing in 36, eighth most on the team. He hit .330 with 17 RBI and spent most of his playing time in right field. His 97 plate appearances was ninth on the team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Kamiakin High School and earned three varsity letters in basketball and two in baseball. During his senior year playing basketball he was awarded the Joe Redden Award (most inspirational athlete), selected first-team All-Conference, was his team's MVP, and was runner-up for league MVP award. In baseball, during his senior year, he batted .417 and was named first-team All-Conference, and second-team All-State. During the summer of his senior year he led the Twin-City Titans to a second place finish at the World Series in Rapid City, S.D. During this series he was a part of the all-tournament team outfield, and led the Series in hits and runs scored.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 28, 1987 in Richland, Wash., to Wayne and Merri Martin. He has one sister, Lyndsey, and enjoys fishing, hunting, and drawing. Martin is currently pursuing a degree in Biology. 

 


2007 Alaska Goldpanners
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102nd Midnight Sun Baseball Classic

 

 
Position Name AVG G GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A
Paul Martin .318 43 42 151 30 48 2 0 3 26 59 .391 26 1 11 .410 5 3 4 6 60 3

 


Lewis-Clark State College

Year      AVG.     GP/GS   AB     R    H    2B  3B  HR   RBI     TB   SLG%     BB   HBP    SO   SB-A
2006     .330       36/28    97     19   32   3    1    0    17      37   .381      15   0       13   2-5