USCAA Honorees Include Five Penn College Baseball Players

Five Pennsylvania College of Technology baseball players earned recognition as the United States Collegiate Athletic Association announced its All-American and All-Academic Team award-winners for baseball Sunday evening with several pulling multiple honors.

All-American honors are based on athletic performance throughout the season and are voted on by the institutions of the USCAA.  Junior Zachary Buterbaugh (Conestoga) led the squad, being named First-Team All-American.  He was an offensive and defensive standout, hitting .442 with a .542 on-base percentage as a leadoff hitter. He stole 20 bases and hit in 15 runners.  On the mound, he racked up four saves with a 1.46 ERA and a .122 opposing batting average.

Being named Second-Team All-Americans were senior Josh Longsderff (Columbia) and junior Zachary Weil (Kutztown).  Longsderff led the team and league wins on the mound with six and had a 3.35 ERA and a .206 opposing batting average.  Weil was a power hitter for the team, totaling four home runs and 33 RBIs while batting .352 with a .580 slugging percentage.

Senior Cody Buterbaugh (Conestoga), named an Honorable Mention, rounded out the All-American selections.  In the third spot, Buterbaugh hit .411 with 31 RBIs and a .496 on-base percentage.  At second base, he committed only one error with 50 putouts and 52 assists.

The All-Academic team is comprised of student-athletes that have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA or better. Earning a spot on the team were Zach and Cody Buterbaugh and junior James Scully III (Middletown, Del.)

One Comment

  1. Donna Scully says:

    Congrats, James Scully, on another year on the All-Academic team. So proud of you!

    Posted May 14, 2014 at 12:08 pm

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