Philadelphia Baseball Review D-II Players of the Year
The Philadelphia Baseball Review announced on Wednesday the publication's NCAA Division II All-Philadelphia Region Team.

Catcher: Eric Gilham - Chestnut Hill: Hit .373 for the Griffins while collecting 102 total bases. He also belted six homers to go along with 46 RBIs.

Infield: Jared Melone - West Chester: In 47 games with the Rams this season he hit .438 with 10 homers, 55 RBIs, and posted a .784 slugging percentage. He also collected 20 doubles. He was named Philadelphia Baseball Review's D-II Offensive Player of the Year.

Infield: Ameir Uzzell - Chestnut Hill: Stole 27 bases to lead the Griffins. Hit .360 on the season and drove in 31 runs.

Infield: Justin Horn - West Chester: The Willow Grove native hit .324 on the season and posted a .438 slugging percentage. He hit three homers and drove in 37 runs.

Infield: Jared Healey - Chestnut Hill: Hit .343 and started all 49 contests for the Griffins. Worked a team-high 22 walks on the season.

Outfield: Joe Zirolli - West Chester: He led the PSAC with 15 home runs and 60 RBIs while setting a single-season record for the Rams in dingers. Finished with a .314 batting average while also posting a .991 fielding percentage.

Outfield: Kyle Feaster - West Chester: Hit .394 for the Rams while collecting five homers and 23 RBIs. Slugged .642 on the year while stealing seven bases.

Outfield: Austin Torres - Jefferson: Posted a .564 slugging percentage to lead the Rams. Finished the year hitting .293 with 10 homers and 39 RBIs.

Pitcher: Jon Fisher - West Chester: He tossed 70 1/3 innings on the year and posted a 3.58 ERA to go along with a 1.16 WHIP. He held opponents to a .239 batting average against, plus tossed three complete, notched six wins, and collected 73 strikeouts. He was named Philadelphia Baseball Review's D-II Pitcher of the Year.

Pitcher: John McCrane - USciences: The ace of the Devils' staff, he finished 3-3 with a 4.18 ERA over 66 2/3 innings. He struck out 68 batters over 12 appearances, including 11 starts.

Pitcher: Billy Bethel - Chestnut Hill: A workhorse for the Griffins, he tossed 75 innings over 13 appearances, including 11 starts. Finished with a 7-4 mark to go with a 4.44 ERA. Collected 54 strikeouts.
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