Cambric Moye Zac MacAneney
Ben Lumsden Grant Papelian
Wilmington, N.C. – The Wilmington Sharks announced today the signing of two Mercer University (GA) Bears and two UNC-Greensboro (NC) Spartans for the 2013 season. Zach MacAneney and Cambric Moye from UNC-Greensboro look to add some hits and runs for the Sharks at the plate this season. Joining the Sharks are two solid arms from Mercer, left-hander Grant Papelian and right-hander Ben Lumsden.
MacAneney, a 5-9, 180-pound redshirt sophomore from Gibsonville, N.C. just completed his sophomore season in the outfield for UNC-Greensboro. He hit .272 on the season with 19 RBIs and six extra base hits. He had six multi-hit games on the year and had three or more hits in three of those games. In roads games this spring MacAneney had a average of .325 and picked up 13 hits.
He was redshirted in 2012. In 2011, MacAneney saw action in 21 games in late inning situations for Virginia Tech. In high school, he was dominant at the plate hitting .450 his junior year and .500 his senior year.
Moye, a 6-1, 205-pounder from Goldsboro, N.C. just completed his junior campaign at UNC-Greensboro, where he started 53 games at catcher. He hit .303 with six home runs and 35 RBIs. He had a slugging percentage of .410 and had 14 multi-games on the year. The friendly confines of UNC-Greensboro were good to Moye where he had a slugging percentage of .466 and 27 RBIs.
In 2012, Moye hit .270 tallying up 27 hits and 13 RBIs in 34 games started for the Spartans. In his three years at UNC-Greensboro Moye has been solid defensively where he has an average fielding percentage of. 984.
Lumsden, the 6-3, 235-pound big right-hander from Dallas, Ga. is finish up his sophomore season with Mercer University. He has appeared in 23 games starting four and finished with a 5-2 record. He has thrown 52 innings striking out and holding opposing teams to hitting just .245.
During his freshman year, Lumsden made 14 appearances for Mercer as he finished with a 2-0 record. He threw 19.2 innings and only surrendered four walks.
Lumsden’s teammate Papelian, a 6-0, 170-pound left-handed hurler from Marietta, Ga. is finishing up his sophomore campaign with Mercer University. He has started nine on 22 appearances this spring compiling a 3-3 record with one save and 30 strike outs. The sophomore has thrown 51.1 innings and only surrendered one home run.
In Lumsden’s first year with Mercer, he made 27 appearances in late innings and had an ERA of 2.66. At Pope High School, he was an All-Region selection and named the team’s Cy Young award winner and Pitcher of the Year as a senior.