Eighteen baseball players earn Academic All-MSC accolades
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Eighteen baseball players earn Academic All-MSC accolades
Travis Dohr was one of 18 CU baseball players named Academic All-Mid-South Conference on Tuesday. (Credit Bob Tamboli)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Eighteen Cumberland baseball players were named Academic All-Mid-South Conference on Tuesday, as announced by the league office in advance of this week’s conference tournament that begins Thursday in Bowling Green, Ky.

The Phoenix led all teams in the Mid-South with 18 players honored. The University of Pikeville was next with 14 players recognized by the MSC. Student-athletes must be a sophomore, junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.25 grade-point-average and above to be eligible for the award.

Seniors Rayden Sierra, Travis Dohr and Andy Garretson; juniors Daulton Smith, Parker Ward, Jacob Herrera, Joseph Midgett, Jared Schmidt, Christian Straub and Hunter Hancock; and sophomores Blake Young, Kaleb Qualls, Hayden Coffman, Jacob Davis, Ross Ledford, Matt Rowe, Darius Simple and Conner Underwood were all honored by the league office.

Cumberland opens the Mid-South Conference Championships on Thursday at 3 p.m. against Pikeville at Bowling Green Ballpark.

2018 Baseball Academic All-Mid-South Conference
Hayden Coffman – 3.57, Business Administration
Jacob Davis – 3.66, English, Secondary Education
Travis Dohr – 3.50, Accounting
Andy Garretson – 3.93, Business Administration
Hunter Hancock – 3.84, Exercise and Sport Science
Jacob Herrera – 3.39, Business Administration
Ross Ledford – 3.33, Business Administration
Joseph Midgett – 3.98, Athletic Training
Kaleb Qualls – 3.43, Health and Human Performance
Matt Rowe – 3.51, Management
Jared Schmidt – 3.60, Business Administration
Rayden Sierra – 3.77, Management
Darius Simple – 3.49, Exercise and Sport Science
Daulton Smith – 3.74, Mathematics, Secondary Education
Christian Straub – 4.00, Business Administration
Conner Underwood – 3.29, Mathematics
Parker Ward – 3.56, Criminal Justice/Public Administration
Blake Young – 3.69, Mathematics