GREENSBORO, N.C. – Shenandoah University had two baseball players earn All-Region honors in selections announced Tuesday by the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Baker, the Hornets second baseman, led SU with a .376 batting average this season on his way to earning All-ODAC honors for the fourth time in his career.
Baker, who started all 195 games of his career, ended his time in a Shenandoah uniform No. 1 all-time in games played, games started, and walks and second in runs scored and hits. He was a two-time ODAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player honoree and served as a team captain this season.
Woolford, who moved to left field this season after serving as the team's designated hitter in 2018, once again led Shenandoah and the ODAC in the power categories with 14 home runs and 57 RBI while hitting .313 and posting a .615 slugging percentage. His 16 doubles were one off the pace set by teammate Robert Marcelle '19.
The Charlottesville native was named All-ODAC and to the All-Tournament team at the Union (New Jersey) Regional after starting the season as an honorable mention pre-season All-America by D3baseball.com.
Shenandoah University finished the 2019 baseball season with a 35-15 record and won both the ODAC and Union Regional titles. SU is back-to-back ODAC champions and the regional title is the third in program history.