32  Chase Boster
Chase Boster
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Stafford, Va.

High School:
Colonial Forge HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 210

Position:
RHP

B/T:
R/R

04/18/2014

Herd Continues Home Winning Streak

Marshall remains unbeaten at the Kennedy Center with a 7-2 win Friday

04/08/2014

Herd Grabs 7-3 Win Over EKU

Junior TJ Diffenderfer hit his first homer of the year

04/01/2014

Marshall Looks to Crush Colonels Wednesday

The Herd travels to Richmond, Ky. to face EKU

02/28/2014

Marshall Rallies, Rallies Again, and Falls

Herd loses to James Madison 8-5 in 10 innings

02/17/2014

Herd Pitchers Bring Heat

Marshall splits doubleheader with Wake Forest Monday

04/10/2013

Baseball vs No. 19 Houston

Baseball vs No. 19 Houston, April 5-7

2013: Marshall's Friday starter for the first half of his true freshman season...threw five innings of one-hit, scoreless baseball in the Herd's season opener against Old Dominion (2/15)...sat down 13 in a row in that contest...finished the season 3-4 with an ERA of 6.04...was 2-4 with a 5.23 ERA in starts...turned in back-to-back quality starts against USC Upstate (3/1) and Northern Kentucky (3/9)...made one more QS against Morehead State (4/30)...struck out his career high of six against Central Michigan (3/15)...kept WVU scoreless over five innings in Marshall's season series-clinching win over the Mountaineers (5/14)...finished the season with 30 K's and 26 walks in 53.2 innings of work.

High School: Won the commonwealth district championship in 2011 and 2012...earned first team all-district and second team all-region pitcher in 2011...won first team all-district pitcher and designated hitter in 2012...also won first team all-area DH in 2012...threw 143.1 innings over high school career...posted 18-6 record with an earned run average of 1.86...struck out 154 hitters and held opposing hitters to .187 average...went 8-2 with 59 strikeouts in final season.

Personal: Born June 8, 1994...son of Perry and Tina Boster...has one brother: Kyle...majoring in chemistry with a minor in criminal justice.

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