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    Antonio Mule
    Antonio Mule

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lodi, N.J.

    High School:
    Lodi

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 205

    Position:
    Outfield

    Bats/Throws:
    L/R



    2007: Second-team All Big Ten selection ... Earned Second-team All-Mideast Region laurels ... Started all 54 games ... Made 29 starts in right field and 25 as designated hitter ... Led NU with eight home runs, 41 RBI, 109 total bases, .542 slugging percentage, 36 walks and .454 on-base percentage ... His 71 hits and 41 runs scored both ranked second on the team ... Set career highs in runs scored (41), doubles (10), walks (36), on-base percentage (.454) and stolen bases (4) ... Ranked third in Big Ten with 138 total plate appearances and tied for second with 18 walks in conference play ... Tallied 23 multi-hit games... Went 3-for-6 with two home runs and four RBI vs. Illinois Tech (5/2) ... Went 7-for-17 in a four-game series vs. Illinois (4/13-4/15) ... Hit home runs in consecutive games vs. UW-Milwaukee (4/24) and Iowa (4/27).

    2006: First-team All-Big Ten designated hitter ... Led the conference with 11 home runs, including two in Big Ten Tournament ... Voted to All-Tournament Team for hitting .500 (6-for-12) in three games ... Named Northwestern Most Valuable Player ... One of the Wildcats' best offensive threats ... Demolished all previous career best ... Led team with a .357 batting average, 47 RBI and 125 total bases ... 125 total bases was fourth in the Big Ten ... Recorded 22 multiple-hit games ... Knocked in multiple runs in 15 games ... Went 8-for-19 in four games at Illinois ... Tallied two or more RBI in three consecutive games (5/14-5/16) ... Drove the Wildcats to victory against Illinois State (5/16), going 3-for-5 with four RBI, two runs and two homers ... Started 57-of-59 games, 22 as the designated hitter and 35 in right field ... Enjoyed a 15-game hit streak to start season.

    2005: Academic All-Big Ten ... Started 32-of-39 games played ... Finished season with a .303 batting average ... Totaled 30 hits including six doubles, three home runs, and 11 RBI ... Had a career- high three hits against UW-Milwaukee (4/26) and Illinois (5/7) ... Hit home runs against Cal State Northridge (3/6), Illinois (5/7) and Ohio State (5/13) ... Went 3-for-3 in game two vs. Illinois (5/7) ... Went 6-for-14 (.429) in four-game series in Champaign with three RBI and three runs scored.

    2004: Started in right field first game of season vs. Pacific, but sustained right leg injury just four outs into 2004 season, causing him to miss entire season ... Received medical hardship.

    High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner in baseball and football ... First-team all-state, all-county and all-league in baseball ... Voted team MVP in both baseball and football ... Bergen County Baseball Player of the Year ... Second-team all-county football player ... Hit .495 as a senior with nine home runs and 42 RBI ... Competed in New Jersey All-State game ... Team went 23-9, to win Section 1 championship ... Competed for Bergen Saints AAU team ... National Honor Society member ... Honor Roll student.

    Personal: Born Antonio Mulé on July 10, 1985 ... Son of Salvatore and Josephine Mulé ... Economics major.

    Mulé's Career Stats

    Year       Avg  GP-GS    AB    R    H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD%
    2004....  .000   1-1      0    0    0   0   0   0    0    0  .000   0   0   0   0  .000   0   0   0-0      0   0   0  .000
    2005....  .303  39-32    99   20   30   6   0   3   11   45  .455  17   4  25   1  .425   0   0   0-2     10   0   1  .909
    2006....  .357  57-57   213   34   76   8   4  11   47  125  .587  21   6  53   4  .422   4   0   2-2     57   4   3  .953
    2007....  .353  54-54   201   41   71  10   2   8   41  109  .542  36   2  45   1  .454   1   0   4-5     58   2   3  .952
    TOTAL...  .345 151-144  513   95  177  24   6  22   99  279  .544  74  12 123   6  .435   5   0   6-9    125   6   7  .949