Robb Arndt
#25 Robb Arndt

Class Year: 2012

Position: 1B (R/L)

High School: Yarmouth

Hometown: Yarmouth, Maine

2012 season highlights: Robb earned All-NESCAC second team honors for his play at first base. He finished first in the NESCAC in putouts (275), first in chances (294), and first in fielding double plays (24). He made just one error in those chances and had a .997 fielding percentage. Arndt also was 25th in the NESCAC in batting average (.336), first on the Mules in runs (27), first in walks (17), first in total hits (40), and third in RBI (21). Robb was the only Colby player to compete in all 33 games and was the only Mule to start 33 contests. He finished is career with a .322 batting average, 83 hits, 53 runs, 43 RBI, 43 walks, and a .990 fielding percentage. 2011 season highlights: Arndt batted .310 and started at first base for the Mules. He was fourth on the team in hits (31), including one homer and eight doubles, tied for third in runs scored (16), was second in RBI (17), and was second in walks (15). He was also second in on-base percentage (.444) and had a fine .988 fielding percentage at first base. 2010 season highlights: Robb batted .304 in limited at-bats, scored six runs, and had a .455 on-base percentage. He walked six times and struck out just three. He saw action in 14 games and had a .968 fielding percentage in 62 chances at first base. 2009 season highlights: Arndt hit .312 in 16 at-bats, scored four runs, walked five times (struck out once), and had a .500 on-base percentage to go along with a .981 fielding percentage in 52 chances.  At Colby: Robb majored in English, with a minor in Administrative Science...was a member of the Colby Student Government Association, Project Teen, Phonathon, Ralph Bunchey Scholars, Male Athletes Against Violence, and Film Club...participated in the New England Curling Championship.  Before Colby: Played baseball, soccer, and basketball at Yarmouth High School.