Cory Sullivan
Cory  Sullivan


Pittsburgh, PA

High School:
N. Allegheny

Last College:
Cypress (CA) JC





Wake Forest Announces 2013 Hall of Fame Class

Five former Demon Deacons to be inducted Sept. 13-14

Named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Second Team Preseason All-America team ... chosen third team NCBWA All-American last season ... talented all-around player who hits for average, power, possesses good speed and is excellent defensively ... a Cape Cod League All-Star over the summer ... fifth in the Cape Cod League in hits ? may seen some time on the mound this season ? a leading candidate for All-American and All-ACC honors.

2000: Named to the All-ACC second team ... led all regulars with a .374 average ... played and started all 62 games in centerfield ... pounded out 102 hits, the most on the team ... hammered nine home runs and drove in 50 runs ... stole 23 bases in 31 attempts ... had a .982 fielding percentage ... enjoyed a 14-game hitting streak, the longest of any Deacon in 2000 ... had multiple hits in more than half of the team's games (34-of-62) ... hit exceptionally well in the NCAA Tournament going 8-for-15 with four runs, five RBI and two home runs ... was named to the NCAA Regional All-Tournament team ... homered twice against Old Dominion on May 10 in a four-hit game ... had a streak of eight straight games with at least one hit from Feb. 24 to March 7.

At Cypress JC: Played two seasons at Cypress JC in California, where he replaced former Deacon Scott Daeley in centerfield ... batted .360 and led the team with 22 doubles as a freshman ... as a sophomore, he missed breaking the school record by two points with a .429 average ... led the conference in batting and hits ... set a new school record with 95 hits ... led Cypress with 23 doubles and 22 stolen bases ... named team MVP and earned all-Orange Empire Conference honors in 1998 and 1999 ... a junior college All-American 1999.

High School: Led team with a .460 average as a senior ... helped North Allegheny to Pennsylvania state championship ... a USA Today honorable mention All-American ... born August 20, 1979.

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