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Dusty Harvard

Casper, Wyo.

High School:
Natrona County HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 196



2009: Started 18 times in 36 games ... was often used as a defensive replacement in center field late in games ... ranked third on the club with a .400 on-base percentage ... drew 16 walks in 63 official at-bats ... was 2-for-5 with two RBIs at East Carolina (2/26).

2008: Played in 35 games with three starts ... was often used as a defensive replacement in center field late in games ... collected a season-high two RBIs and scored a pair of runs against UAPB (3/19) ... was a first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection.

2007: Appeared in 29 games, starting 10 ... went 2-for-6 with two RBIs against Ball State (2/18) and 2-for-5 against Western Illinois (3/13) ... also had two hits against Arkansas State (4/10) ... started both games against Arkansas in the NCAA Regional in Fayetteville.

HIGH SCHOOL: Never played high school baseball as the state of Wyoming does not have high school baseball ... made his mark playing American Legion baseball in the summers ... starred for the Casper Oilers ... hit .502 with 10 home runs, 71 RBIs and 52 stolen bases for Casper in 2006 ... was a 28th-round draft pick of the San Francisco Giants ... was a three-sport star (football, basketball, track) ... was recruited by Wyoming and Colorado State to play football ... is the first player from the Casper area to sign a Division I baseball scholarship since 1986 ... also recruited by Gonzaga, Colorado State and Nebraska.

PERSONAL: Majoring in sports management ... son of Bill and Leanne Moore ... born Oct. 28, 1987 ... has two brothers, Josh and Shawn ... favorite movie is Superbad ... favorite athlete is Deion Sanders ... dream job is to be a host on SportsCenter ... chose OSU because of the coaching staff.

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