Four York College baseball players earn Capital Athletic Conference recognition
- Four York College baseball players were honored by the Capital Athletic Conference on Tuesday.
- Jack Barry was named the CAC Rookie of Year. Grant Oberholtzer earned first-team All-CAC honors.
- Christian Bilan and Seth Brosius were named to the All-CAC second team.
Four York College baseball players earned All-Capital Athletic Conference honors on Tuesday.
Jack Barry was named the conference's Rookie of the Year, while junior Grant Oberholtzer was a first-team pick and Christian Bilan and Seth Brosius were placed on the second team. York's three players on the first and second teams tied for the second-most in the conference.
Barry becomes the eighth Spartan to earn the Rookie of the Year award in school history, after hitting .333 with 50 RBIs, 24 runs scored, 13 doubles and a team-high eight homers. His eight homers were fifth-most in the conference, and he was third in the league in RBIs.
Oberholtzer was a first-team outfielder. The junior hit .407 with 57 runs scored, 39 RBIs, 17 doubles, a triple and five home runs. He also finished with six stolen bases. He was third in the league in batting average and tied for third in doubles.
Bilan hit .311 with 44 runs scored, 44 RBIs, 14 doubles, two triples and three homers as a senior.
The only multi-time All-CAC pick for York is Brosius, having been named to the second team for the second season in a row. He hit .353 with 48 RBIs, 43 runs scored, 17 doubles and five homers. His 17 doubles matched Oberholtzer's total for third in the conference.
York finished at 20-19-1, going 9-9 in conference. York finished the season with a combined .326 average with a .418 on-base percentage, .a 481 slugging percentage and 37 homers.