30 Kyle Borden
30 Kyle Borden
Height: 6-4
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lincoln, R.I.
High School: Lincoln
Previous College: CCRI
Position: OF
Last School: L/R
2010 .333 50 50 195 36 65 11 0 5 39 91 .467 23 5 50 2 .412 3 1 4 6 22 1 0 1.000
2011 .315 46 42 143 27 45 6 3 7 32 78 .545 20 3 40 2 .405 2 2 4 5 68 1 2 .972
TOTAL .325 96 92 338 63 110 17 3 12 71 169 .500 43 8 90 4 .409 5 3 8 11 90 2 2 .979

Finished the season with a .315 average to go along with 45 hits - 16 of which were for extra bases... Also registered 27 runs, 32 RBI, 12 multiple-hit games and 12 multiple-RBI games... Posted a team-best 14-game hit streak from April 23-May 26... Was named to Baseball America's Preseason All-Conference Team... Also earned NEIBA All-New England Second Team honors... Recorded three hits and four RBI in the Rams' season-opening series at McNeese State... Went 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBI and a homer against Sacred Heart on Feb. 26... Had two hits, two runs and a stolen base against Northeastern on Feb. 27... Drove in three runs on two hits - including his third home run of the season - at Florida International on Feb. 28... Went 2-for-4 with two runs, two RBI and a home run at No. 1 Florida on March 11... Was 2-for-2 with a triple at No. 20 College of Charleston... Recorded three hits, three runs and three RBI at La Salle on April 3... Hit a two-run shot against Saint Joseph's on April 15... Went 2-for-3 at Richmond on April 23... Had two hits, three runs and three walks at Brown on April 26... Recorded seven hits, five RBI and three runs in the series against Temple... Went 2-for-4 with two RBI and his seventh home run of the season against UMass on May 6... Drove in three runs on two hits and scored once against La Salle at the 2011 Atlantic 10 Championship.

Appeared and started in 50 games... Finished the season with a .333 batting average, 65 hits, 39 RBI and 36 runs... Also had 20 multiple-hit, 11 multiple-RBI games, 11 doubles and five home runs to go along with a perfect fielding percentage on 22 chances on the outfield... Was named to the NEIBA All-New England First Team and was an Atlantic 10 Honorable Mention... Recorded two hits and three runs vs. Fairfield on March 10... Had three hits and two runs against Brown on March 17... Went 2-for-3 with three RBI at UNC Wilmington on March 19... Recorded three hits - including a home run, two RBI and a stolen base at Temple on March 28... Was 3-for-5 with a home run and two RBI at Fordham on April 3... Went 2-for 3 and drove in two runs at Quinnipiac on April 13... Was 4-for-5 with a double and two runs vs. Bryant on April 14... Went 3-for-3 with three walks, four runs and two RBI at Sacred Heart on April 20... Was 3-for-5 with a grand slam at No. 19 Connecticut on April 21... Recorded two hits, two runs and two RBI against Xavier on April 23... Had five hits, four runs and two RBI in the three-game series at Duquesne (April 30-May 1)... Recorded four hits and three runs in a doubleheader at St. Bonaventure on May 9... Drove in three runs against Hartford on May 18... Had five hits and four RBI in the series vs. George Washington (May 20-22)... Went 2-for-5 with a pair of doubles against La Salle at the Atlantic 10 Championship (May 27).

Community College of Rhode Island:
Batted .315 with three home runs as a freshman... Improved his average to .415 with six home runs the following year... Received All-New England and All-Region 21 honors... Also received the New England Region MVP Award when his team won the Championship in 2009.

High School:
Was a member of the baseball, basketball and football teams at Lincoln High School, where he played alongside teammates Tom Coulombe and Chris Pickering... Captained his baseball team in 2007... Was a two-time All-Division First Team selection (2006-07), helping lead his teams to three straight DI North Championship titles.

Born January 20, 1989... Son of Joanne and John Borden... Has a younger sister, Jessica... Enjoys playing baseball, basketball and football... Favorite athlete is Tom Brady... Favorite teams are the Red Sox, Patriots and Celtics... Majoring in Sociology.

Updated 9/19/11