Blaise Salter goes 3-for-4 in the win.
MSU 3, NU 2
MSU had 104 student-athletes recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Joel Fisher goes 3-for-5 with two RBIs.
Misiewicz strikes out nine in the win.
2014 (JUNIOR): Academic All-Big Ten honoree ... Hit .400, recording four hits in 10 at-bats ... Scored seven runs on the season in 17 appearances ... Tallied a .571 on-base percentage and .500 slugging percentage ... Earned his first collegiate start against Eastern Michigan (4/1) and had three hits, one run, and one RBI.
2013 (SOPHOMORE): Academic All-Big Ten selection . . . had two at-bats during the course of the season versus Oakland (3/24) as a designated hitter and Western Michigan (4/9) as a pinch hitter.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in baseball under Coach Phil Price at Clarkston High School . . . played on the East Team at the 2011 Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game at Comerica Park . . . two-time team captain . . . named to the All-Oakland County Team as a senior in 2011 . . . led the Wolves to a regional final for a second straight year in 2011 and batted .435 with 35 stolen bases while playing center field . . . named the No. 22 prospect in the class of 2011 by MichiganBaseballProspects.org . . . selected to USA Baseball's Great Lakes 17-under Team in 2010, one of 20 players chosen from six states . . . named to the all-district team as a junior in 2010 after hitting .410 with five homers, 30 RBIs and scoring 32 runs while leading Clarkston to a 22-9 record . . . named to the NorthOaklandSports.com 2010 All-Area Second Team . . . played for Oakland Bulldogs summer team in 2010, compiling a .453 batting average with seven homers, 20 RBIs and 20 runs scored.
PERSONAL: Son of Mark Toth and Kelly Gorham . . . born Aug. 5, 1993 . . . no-preference major . . . member of the student council at CHS . . . lists playing in the 2010 USA Baseball National Team Identification Series (NTIS) Tournament in September 2010 in North Carolina as his greatest athletic experience . . . chose Michigan State over several schools, including Notre Dame, Central Florida, Virginia and Virginia Tech.