UMSL baseball's Charlie Mohr, a junior utility player, has racked up numerous off-season honors. (Photo by Danny Reise)

Charlie Mohr, a junior utility player on the University of Missouri–St. Louis baseball team, spent his season posting high numbers in most offensive categories. He’s spending the off-season collecting accolades for his work on the field.

Mohr was recently named to the Daktronics, Inc., All-Midwest Region first team, National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-Midwest Region second team and All-Great Lakes Valley Conference second team.

The utility player spent time in 2012 at first base, second base, third base and designated hitter. His bat ensured him a spot as an everyday starter without an everyday position.

Mohr posted a team-best .339 batting average while leading the UMSL Tritons with 62 hits, including 16 doubles and three triples. He also finished with 45 RBIs, 90 total bases, 33 runs scored and a .492 slugging percentage.

His contributions helped the Tritons to its best season since 2004. The team posted a 32-21 record. UMSL finished the season by winning 24 of its 31 contests.

Ryan Heinz

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