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Three Huskies Earn Summer League All-Star Selection

Paul is batting .371 and will represent UConn in the ACBL All-Star Game.

July 17, 2012

STORRS, Conn.University of Connecticut baseball players Anthony Marzi (Berlin, Conn.), Stanley Paul (Stamford, Conn.) and Eric Yavarone (North Haven, Conn.) have each been selected to participate in their respective league’s all-star game over the next week.

Marzi, a left-handed pitcher, will represent the Madison (Wis.) Mallards on the South Division All-Star team from the Northwoods League.  He is 2-0 with a 3.16 earned run average in eight games and five starts.  Over 31.1 innings, Marzi has struck out 27 batters.  The NWL All-Star Game is scheduled for July 24 at Madison’s Warner Park.

In the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League, left-handed hitting outfielder Paul carries his .371 batting average into the All-Star break as a member of the Kaiser/Wolff Division squad.  He has homered four times, driven in 15 runs, scored 17 and stolen 10 bases for the North Jersey Eagles.  The ACBL All-Star game is slated for July 19 in Brooklyn, N.Y. at MCU Park.

Locally, Yavarone, a left fielder for the Mystic Schooners, has been chosen for the New England Collegiate Baseball League’s East Division All-Stars.  He is batting .271 with 13 runs scored and a team-leading six doubles.  Yavarone and the NECBL All-Stars take the field on July 22 at the Montpelier Recreation Field in Montpelier, Vt.