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Concord graduate Yoder leading off for Saint Francis baseball team

Through Wednesday, April 23, senior outfielder David Yoder was hitting .305 with one triple, four doubles, 17 runs batted in, four stolen bases and a team-best 28 runs scored. His on-base percentage was .441.

Posted on April 24, 2014 at 10:48 p.m.

FORT WAYNE — David Yoder, a Concord High School graduate, has been an effective lead-off hitter for the 2014 University of Saint Francis baseball team.

Through Wednesday, April 23, the senior outfielder was hitting .305 with one triple, four doubles, 17 runs batted in, four stolen bases and a team-best 28 runs scored. His on-base percentage was .441.

His career average at USF was .341.


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