West Chester Baseball
To recognize the top talent at the D-II level across the Philadelphia region, the Philadelphia Baseball Review annually releases an All-Star roster comprised of the top performers. Players are selected based on statistical achievements and clutch performances throughout the season. 

Representing West Chester on the Philadelphia Baseball Review All-Philly D-II roster this season is junior first baseman Mike Ferrara, senior shortstop Justin Horn, graduate student Zack Wright, and senior starting pitcher Braeden Fausnaught. 

Ferrara led the region at the D-II level with nine homers on the year, he also hit .403 with an OPS of 1.419 and drove in 36 runs. Perhaps even more impressive is the fact he put up such solid numbers despite playing in just 24 games. 

Horn was one of the top-five offensive weapons in the region, posting a .394 batting average to go along with five homers and 35 RBIs. He also worked a region-high 26 walks. 

Wright put an end to a solid career with the Rams by hitting .369 on the season with six homers and 26 RBIs. He also swiped nine bags on the year. 

Fausnaught was one of the top starting pitchers in the region, posting a 3.42 ERA to go along with a 4-2 record over nine appearances. He picked up 54 strikeouts over 47 1/3 innings and posted a .202 opponents batting average.  
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