JUNIOR (2005): David Cline was the primary DH, playing in 48 games and starting 40...scored 32 runs and drove in 21 more with nine extra-base hits...ranked second on the Panthers with 17 stolen bases...named the Big East Player of the Week on May 2 after going 7-for-11 with five runs scored and two RBIs in the three-game series vs. West Virginia...finished with four hits, four runs scored, three RBIs and two stolen bases in the win over Akron on April 12...blasted a three-run home run in Pitt's 6-1 victory over Boston College in game two of a doubleheader...finished with three hits, including two doubles and three runs scored vs. Youngstown State...was errorless for the third straight season.
SOPHOMORE (2004): Cline served as the primary left fielder who played in 50 games with 39 starts...finished fourth on the team in hitting with a .338 batting average...second on the squad and fourth in the Big East with 24 stolen bases...helped the Panthers to lead the league in fielding percentage by not commiting an error in 40 chances...had a career-best 10-game hitting streak that lasted from April 28-May 11...during the streak, batted .476 with 13 runs and 13 stolen bases...in the three-game series at Seton Hall, finished 8-for-13 with three RBIs and two runs scored...was named Big East Co-Player of the Week for his efforts...pounded out three hits with one RBI, one run and one stolen base in the series finale against Virginia Tech...scored a personal-best three runs and was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate against Niagara...in the three-game series against New York Tech, batted 4-for-10, including his only home run of the year, with two RBIs, two runs scored and one stolen base...had two hits and one run scored in the Panthers' 6-5 victory over Georgetown...tallied three hits in five at-bats in the doubleheader against West Virginia...had three hits, three runs scored and three stolen bases at Akron...finished with three hits, three runs and three stolen bases at Niagara...had an RBI-single in the Panthers' Big East Tournament game against Boston College.
FRESHMAN (2003): Saw his playing time increase as the year went on...started 13 of the 19 games in which he appeared in the outfield...batted .235 with 12 hits and eight runs...did not commit an error in 35 chances...in the win over Chicago State, tallied his first career hits and finished 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run scored...was 1-for-4 against Akron in his first career start...had best game of the year in the win at Niagara...finished with a career-high three hits in six at-bats and scored a run...added two hits in the 4-3 loss at Boston College...scored twice and added a hit and stolen base at Canisius.
HIGH SCHOOL: Hit .509 in four years with 12 HRs at Mercersburg Academy...three-time Mid-Atlantic Conference champion, including a state championship in 2001...named All-MAC in 2000 and All-MAPL in 2002...member of the 2001 and 2002 All-East All-Star American Legion team...named Herald Mail Co-Player of the year as a senior...also earned Herald Mail first-team accolades in 2001...named first-team Public Opinion as a junior and senior.
PERSONAL: Born February 14, 1984...son of Elizabeth and David Cline...has two brothers and one sister...undecided major.
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