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Six Redhawks Named AMCC All-Conference Performers

Six Redhawks Named AMCC All-Conference Performers

Six Redhawks were named to the AMCC All-Conference Teams released today.

Shane Healey was named to the All-Conference First Team after a tremendous season. He led the AMCC Conference in hits, runs scored, stolen bases, at bats, and plate appearances, and finished in the top eight in batting average, total bases, assists, and fielding double plays. He was twice named the AMCC Player of the Week and also became the first Redhawk to ever make's Team of the Week. Healey was a Third Team selection last season.

Tyler Ferguson is an All-Conference Second Team selection. Ferguson currently boasts a 7-3 record and a 3.03 ERA and ranks second in the AMCC Conference in wins, strikeouts, innings pitched, and starts. He is fifth in the AMCC in opposing batting average, ninth in earned run average, and was named the AMCC Player of the Week during the week of April 1, 2013.

Dan Burns is an All-Conference Second Team selection for the second season in a row. He leads La Roche with 35 RBI and is second on the team in batting average, while ranking in the top 10 in the AMCC in runs batted in, hits, doubles, total bases, at bats, chances, putouts, and fielding double plays. Burns hit for the cycle in the Redhawks' 11-1 victory over Mt. Aloysius in the AMCC Tournament Semifinals.

James Connelly, Sean Lubin, and Colin Williamson were All-Conference Third Team honorees.

Connelly finishes his career as one of the most accomplished pitchers in La Roche College Baseball history. Earlier this season he broke the school record for career wins and he currently ranks second in the AMCC Conference in ERA and starts, fourth in innings pitched, and fifth in opposing batting average and wins. He was also the AMCC Player of the Week on March 11.

Lubin is an All-Conference Third Team selection after ranking fourth in the AMCC in hits, sixth in stolen bases, seventh in runs scored, ninth in batting average, and tenth in on base percentage. He ranked amongst the best defensive shortstops in the AMCC and last season was a Second Team selection.

Williamson makes the Third Team after a terrific freshman season. He was one of the best defensive centerfielders in the AMCC and hit an important home run in a win over Penn State Behrend.