Eric Aguilera, Jeremy Rhoades and Zac Johnson appeared in summer collegiate all-star games Tuesday night
Three, full-day camps scheduled for August and October
Eric Aguilera, Zac Johnson and Jeremy Rhoades have been selected to summer all-star teams
Senior infielder entered play Wednesday batting .296/.347/.401 for the Thunder Bay Border Cats
Leads the Lakeshore Chinooks in average (.380), on-base percentage (.430) and slugging percentage (.554)
2011: Started 45 of 48 games played ... established a .247 batting average ... collected 41 hits, scored 30 runs and drove in 25 runs ... hit six doubles ... went 8-for-9 in stolen bases ... amassed a .324 on-base percentage ... had 11 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI games ... established a season-long seven-game hitting streak (2/26-2/28) ... went 3-for-6 with a double, three RBI and two runs scored against Milwaukee (2/27) ... was 3-for-5 versus Xavier (3/5) ... collected three RBI and scored two runs in a 2-for-4 effort against Bowling Green (3/6) ... drove in two runs at Miami (3/8) ... scored a season-high four runs and stole two bases against Ohio State (3/11) ... went 2-for-4 with one RBI, one run scored and a stolen base at Purdue (3/22) ... was 3-for-5 with a double, one RBI and one run scored at Bradley (4/16) ... amassed three runs scored in a 3-for-5 effort against Indiana State (4/29) ... was 2-for-4 with one RBI versus Missouri State (5/6).
Mt. Carmel High School: Three-year letter winner in baseball ... hit .340 with five home runs, 40 runs batted in, 38 runs scored and 10 stolen bases as a senior ... team captain of team that won a regional championship ... named all-conference and participated in the Catholic vs. Public All-Star challenge at US Cellular Field ... as a junior, hit .380 with 17 steals, five home runs, 48 runs batted in and 17 extra-base hits ... earned all-conference honors ... ranked the No. 2 catching prospect by Prep Baseball Report ... team won a conference and regional championship with a 31-5 overall record ... hit .340 as a sophomore with 25 RBI.
Personal: Born 9-23-89 in Chicago ... son of Reyes Mirabal and Pam Decook ... has four siblings, Cody, Trevor, Chris and Hailey ... uncle, Joe Jumonville played baseball in the San Diego Padres organization ... major: recreation and park administration