Mosley graduate David Trexler was named a first-team All-Atlantic Sun Conference pitcher on the lists released earlier this week.
Trexler, a right-hander for North Florida, capped his college career with a 6-4 mark and 59 strikeouts in 14 starts and 87 innings. He was one of three starting pitchers on the Atlantic Sun first team.
Trexler took the loss in North Florida’s 5-3 defeat against top-seeded Florida Gulf Coast in the Atlantic Sun Tournament on Wednesday. He tossed six innings with six strikeouts and five walks while giving up four runs on seven hits. North Florida, the No. 8 seed, was later eliminated with a 7-6 loss to Jacksonville.
Trexler’s prep career started at Bay where he pitched for three seasons and was 5-2 as a junior. He transferred to Mosley and was 8-2 his senior year.
Trexler was a member of the Florida State baseball team for two seasons before blossoming at Gulf Coast. He was 6-1 with 78 strikeouts for the Commodores in earning first-team All-Panhandle Conference honors. He wrapped up his career with 11 wins in two seasons at North Florida.
Irving is golden: Former Mosley standout Dale Irving was named to the ABCA/Rawlings South Region Gold Glove first team as a junior catcher at Saint Leo University. The honor makes Irving eligible for NCAA Division II consideration for the national gold glove team.
Irving started 44 games for Saint Leo in his first season with the team following two years at UCF. He had a .996 fielding percentage with only one error and was second in the Sunshine State Conference in runners thrown out. He also was second on Saint Leo with 221 putouts.