Nick Moresi
Nick  Moresi

Clayton, Calif.

High School:
De La Salle


Fresno State: (2005) First-team All-WAC outfielder ... second straight year named All-WAC ... also gained ABCA All-Western Region honors ... named team MVP ... had a .352 batting average, fourth best in the conference ... third in stolen bases, and perfect on the year with 13 steals in 13 attempts ... finished second in the WAC in RBI with 54, only behind Mills ... Also top five in hits and home runs in the WAC standings ... had the team's longest hitting streak, reaching 16 games ... named to the Pepsi Johnny Quik All-Tournament Team ... named the team's golden glove award as the best defensive player on the team ... two for five against Stanford (1/30) ... three for four with two runs scored after hitting a home run against UCLA, his first of the year (4/5) ... two for four with a home run in a final game win against UCSB (4/20) ... hit .571 against Chicago State in a four-game series, driving in eight runs and scoring six ... three for four with a double against San Francisco (3/9) ... 16-game hitting streak ended against San Francisco in the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic (3/9) ... Hit home runs in both games of a double-header against Iona, batting 5-7 on the day (3/18) ... four for four with three doubles against Hawai'i (3/25) ... two for three with a walk in the final game of the series (3/27) ... two for four with an RBI in a 2-1 win over No. 13 Rice (4/3) ... Banged up in the first game of a doubleheader against San Jose State, but made a pinch-hit appearance in game two , the only game of the year Moresi didn't start (4/9) ... two for two with a walk the following day (4/10) ... two for five with a home run and two RBI against Louisiana Tech (4/16) ... three fir four with three runs scored against San Jose State (5/6) ... hit home runs in three consecutive games against Louisana Tech and Nevada (5/21, 5/22, 5/27) ... three for four with an RBI in the final game of the season (5/29). (2004) Academic All-WAC ... dean's list honoree ... Fresno State Scholar Athlete ... second-team All-WAC ... sixth in conference play with six home runs ... "Louisville Slugger" Freshman All-American ... team co-rookie of the year ... led team with seven outfield assists ... WAC Player of the Week (May 10-16) ... batted .667 (4-6) with a pair of multi-hit and RBI games at Hawai'i ... hit a three-run homer in the second game of the series (5/14) ... tied for fourth on the team with seven round trippers ... turned in the team's first multi-homer performance of the year with two vs. La Tech (4/4) ... also tallied a team season high tying 5 RBI ... named to the Pepsi/Johnny Quik Classic all-tournament team after batting .435 with a homer, six RBI and a .739 slugging percentage ... swiped a team season high tying two bases at UCLA (2/14) and vs. Hawai'i.(4/24) ... hit his first career home run against Chicago State (3/8) ... homered off Rice's Philip Humber (3/27) ... collected his first collegiate hit with a double in the season opener against Stanford.

De La Salle High School: Two-year letterwinner under head coach Matt Castello ... batted .412 with a .513 slugging percentage, .514 on base percentage and 12 stolen bases his junior year ... team captain his senior season ... hit .423 with a .533 slugging percentage, .550 on base percentage and 14 stolen bases ... two-time Bay Valley Athletic League honoree ... BVAL All-Star Team member his senior year ... led the freshman team in hits and RBI ... as a sophomore, was MVP of the junior varsity squad ... graduated with honors ... member of on-campus ministry group.

Other Teams: San Francisco Giants Area Code Team, Nor Cal Baseball Team, Junior Olympic Team try-outs invitee.

Personal: Nicholas Angelo Moresi was born on Nov. 22, 1984, in Clayton, Calif. ... son of Ed and Stephanie Moresi ... parents are restaurant owners ... has one brother, Dominic ... enjoys golfing, cooking and playing cards ... admires his father for always achieving the goals he sets ... favorite athlete is Torii Hunter because of the effort he puts into playing centerfield ... teammate of San Jose State's Ryan Angel and San Diego's Josh Butler and Steve Singleton on the Nor Cal Baseball Team ... chose to attend Fresno State because of the environment ... also recruited by UC Davis, Santa Clara, Saint Mary's, San Diego and Vanderbilt.

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