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Andrew Mazzone was one of only 6 DIII players with 20 homers this season
Andrew Mazzone was one of only 6 DIII players with 20 homers this season

Andrew Mazzone Earns First-Team All-America Honors from D3baseball

CLAREMONT, Calif. - Andrew Mazzone of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team earned first-team All-America honors at designated hitter from, the website announced today.

Mazzone played his first season with the Stags this year as a graduate student, after playing as an undergraduate at Dickinson College. He set a new CMS record with 20 home runs on the year, surpassing the mark of 14 set last year by Julian Sanders, who broke the previous mark of 13 which had stood since 1997. His 20 homers ties for fourth nationally, as one of only six players with 20 homers this spring.

In addition to his power, Mazzone also finished the year batting over .400 (.404) and drew 33 walks for an on-base percentage of over .500 (.509), while recording an OPS (on-base plus slugging) percentage of 1.345. 

Some of his top highlights on the year included a three-homer game with five RBI in a 9-6 win over Redlands, and a two-homer game in a 7-6 win over La Verne on the final weekend of the regular season that kept CMS alive in the hunt for the SCIAC regular season title. 

In non-conference play, he had four homers and 12 RBI in a four-game sweep at Southwestern, and hit 6-for-12 with two homers and six RBI in a season-opening sweep of Chicago. He hit his 20th homer of the season in the NCAA Regionals against Centenary. 

Mazzone will return to the Stags next year for his fifth season, and will try to help CMS build off a 2024 season that saw the Stags set a program record for wins (32) and earn their first NCAA bid since 1996.