MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The Shenandoah University baseball team had six players earn All-South Region honors in selections announced Monday and Tuesday by a pair of organizations.
On Monday, Keegan Woolford, Colin Morse and Grant Thompson were named All-Region by D3baseball.com. Tuesday, those three men along with Tristan Baker, Robert Marcelle and Michael Bugonowicz earned All-Region honors from the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Morse, a three-time All-ODAC pick, grabbed first team honors from the ABCA and second team honors from D3baseball.com at pitcher while Thompson was a second team honoree from the ABCA and third team from D3baseball.com in the outfield.
Baker earns his second consecutive ABCA All-Region selection by grabbing a second team spot at second base with keystone partner Marcelle picking up a third team nod.
Bugonowicz, the squad's closer, rounds out the honorees with his third team ABCA selection as a relief pitcher.
Woolford, the Hornets designated hitter, hit .347 this season with a league-leading 66 RBI to go along with 20 doubles, one triple and 10 home runs.
Morse finished his senior campaign on the mound with an 8-3 record and 89 strikeouts in 84 2/3 innings pitched. His final outing was possibly his best as he tossed a complete game seven-hitter in the Hornets 3-2 win over Marietta (Ohio) in the opening game of the Adrian Regional.
Thompson joined Woolford as first team All-ODAC honorees this spring. He ended his season with a .353 average, three home runs and 37 RBI and was perfect in the field in 93 total chances.
Baker hit .351 with eight doubles, a triple and 34 RBI for Coach Kevin Anderson this spring as he started all 47 games. He was a second team All-ODAC honoree along with earning ODAC All-Tournament accolades.
Marcelle joined Baker on both of the All-ODAC squads as he hit .367 with seven doubles, a triple and 36 RBI. This is his first All-Region honor.
Bugonowicz led the Hornets seven saves this season and turned in a 5-3 record with 67 strikeouts in 64 1/3 innings pitched. He is a two-time All-ODAC honoree.
The six ABCA selections matches Randolph-Macon for most in the region.