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    Joe Hoscheit
    Joe Hoscheit

    Class:
    Freshman

    Hometown:
    St. Charles, Ill.

    High School:
    St. Charles East

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 205

    Position:
    OF/C

    B/T:
    R/R



    12/04/2013

    Northwestern Names November Sports Performance Athletes of the Month

    Nancy Dunbar of women's lacrosse and Joe Hoscheit of baseball earn honor

    2014:Started 29 games ... Hit two-run homer in 7th inning against Iowa (4/11) ... Drove in a run against Valpo (4/8) ... Reached base safely in 17 straight games (2/28-3/29) ... Made first start in LF since 3/1 against Illinois (4/5) ... Recorded an outfield assist in that game ... Matched career highs in hits (2) and runs (3) at Penn State (3/29) ... Doubled against Eastern Michigan (3/26) ... Drove in NU's lone run vs. Minnesota (3/23) ... Hit first career home run (inside the park) against LIU Brooklyn (3/14) ... Recorded career-high three RBI vs. the Blackbirds ... Collected a RBI and scored a run at Tennessee Tech (3/2) ... Doubled and drove in a run at TTU (2/28) ... Had a team-high five hits in series at USC, including a double and two RBI (2/14-16).

    High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Served as team captain ... Three-time All-Area selection ... Two-time Upstate 8 honoree ... Selected team MVP in both baseball and football ... Led the Saints to a third-place finish in the 2013 state tournament after batting over .500 during the playoffs ... Batted .375 as a senior with 43 runs scored and 16 stolen bases ... Team won three Upstate 8 titles and four regional crowns ... IHSA Coaches Association All-State on the gridiron ... 2013 Chicago Tribune Scholar Athlete ... Illinois State Scholar ... National Honor Society member ... Four-time Academic Upstate 8 honoree.

    Personal: Born Joseph Nelson Hoscheit ... Son of John and Teri Hoscheit ... Brother, Mike, played baseball at Butler from 2008-2012 ... Sister, Maggie, plays soccer at Augustana College ... Anticipated major is economics.

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