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Brian Moskey

Quinnipiac University


Brian Moskey has been exceptional in the classroom throughout his time at Quinnipiac, with his senior year proving to be no exception. This past semester, Moskey was once again named to the dean’s list as he continues to perform both on and off the field. Throughout his first three seasons with the program, Moskey was named to the MAAC All-Academic Team twice. He could have earned a third selection, but freshman are not eligible. An entrepreneurship major, Moskey has an interest in small business management.


Moskey is one of the top character student-athletes the Quinnipiac baseball program has ever seen, and he was rewarded for his dedication to the program by being named one of the captains for the 2019 season. Moskey has developed into one of the Bobcats’ biggest leaders after earning a starting position in the outfield as a freshman in 2016 and not losing that role. He has only seen his responsibility increase in the program. This past fall, Moskey played a crucial role in Quinnipiac’s Omaha Challenge, through which the Bobcats did a week long competition in physical and mental games. Moskey was one of the team leaders in the event.


Moskey remains active in the community whenever the team ventures to a service project, and he is one of the most active participants. During the month of November, Quinnipiac baseball raised money for the Matthew Hill Foundation through No-Shave November. Moskey was one of the most active fundraisers in the group raising $1,365, which was more than $1,000 above his next closest teammate. He also joins his team actively in the community through clinics and going to local schools.


Moskey secured the starting center field job as a freshman and never looked back, started 137 games through the first three years of his career. He was named to the All-MAAC Second Team last season after a spectacular year and was also named the MAAC Player of the Week on March 6.

Last season, Moskey batted .312 to finish second on the team while scoring 39 runs and adding 33 RBIs. He recorded 18 extra-base hits, including four home runs and 13 doubles, while leading the team with 67 hits on the season, tied for the seventh most in a single season in program history. Moskey also tied for the team lead with 10 stolen bases.

In his career, Moskey has 170 hits and is primed to enter the top 10 in program history for hits in a career. Moskey also sits just outside the top 10 in program history with 94 runs scored, 35 doubles and 25 stolen bases while he also has a chance to break into the top 10 in program history with 40 RBIs as he has 78 in his career.

*All stats as of nomination time.