Team Heads to Conference Tournament Starting Thursday
PRINCESS ANNE, Maryland —The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has announced the 2022 Baseball All-Academic selections, honoring 52 student-athletes from the conference’s four baseball-playing institutions who have achieved academic success.
14 members of the team earned All-Academic Honors, including Cameron Bratton (Cumberland, MD), Anders Brown (Eden, MD), Jason Brown (Denton, MD), Brian Cordell (Pasadena, MD), Zachary Garcia (Miami, FL), Alec Greenblatt (Oliveburg, PA), Riley Horner (Dames Quarter, MD), Ryan Howe (Glenmoore, PA), John Killmon (Modest Town, VA), Derrick Mayes II (Cincinnati, OH), Armani Moore (New York, NY), Evan Nibblett (Seaford, DE), Dillon Oxyer (Pasadena, MD) and Caden Parker (Delmar, DE).
Next up for the Hawks is the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament, being held in Norfolk, VA with the first game for the Shore against Coppin State at 3:30 p.m. as the tournament three-seed.
MEAC sophomore, junior and senior student-athletes with a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average (GPA), as well as transfer student-athletes who have been in residence at the institution for at least one year, are eligible for All-Academic accolades.
“Congratulations to our baseball All-Academic student-athletes,” MEAC Commissioner Sonja Stills said. “Education is the cornerstone of everything we do, both at the conference level and in intercollegiate athletics as a whole. Academic achievement is just as worthy of praise as anything accomplished in competition, if not more so.”
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