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UMHB Baseball places 6 on All-Conference Teams

Belton, Texas – The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team placed six players on the American Southwest Conference All-Conference Teams released Monday. The Cru had one First Team selection, a Third Team pick and had four players earn spots on the Honorable Mention All-Conference Team.

Catcher Max Conway was voted to the All-Conference First Team. Conway, a sophomore from The Woodlands High School, batted. 317 and drove in 14 runs for the Cru. He also gunned down 15 would-be base stealers during the season.

Second baseman Dakota Parsons was named to the All-Conference Third Team. Parsons, a junior from College Park High School, batted.330 with three homers and 30 RBI. He also led UMHB with 12 doubles and 18 extra base hits on the year.

Outfielders Chase Borrow and Will Stafford were joined by utility player Riley Davis and relief pitcher Cory Farr as Honorable Mention ASC All-Conference selection. Burrow, a senior from Groesbeck High School, batted .312 and led UMHB with 31 RBI. He also finished second on the team with four homers. Stafford, a senior from Cinco Ranch High School, batted .349 with a home run and 12 RBI. Stafford added a team-best 52 hits. Davis, a sophomore from Conroe High School, split the season between leftfield and designated hitter. He batted .328 with 14 RBI and added 23 runs scored. Farr, a senior from New Caney High School, set a new UMHB Division III era single-season record with eight saves on the year. He was 1-3 with a 4.26 ERA and struck out 23 batters in 25 innings of work.

This is the third All-Conference honor for Burrow, Parsons and Stafford. Farr is a two-time All-Conference pick and this is the first All-Conference selection for Conway and Davis. The Cru finished the 2016 season with an 11-28 overall record. UMHB went 6-18 in ASC play this year.

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