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With the college baseball season upon us, here's a look at some of the top talent in the Philadelphia region at the Division II level.

C: Jackson Appel, SR, Penn 
A Second-team All-Ivy selection last year, he hit .346 with seven homers. Also threw out 40 percent of potential base stealers from behind the dish. 

INF: Cole Palis, SR, Penn 
Posted a .981 fielding percentage and was a First-team All-Ivy selection last season. Hit .263 with four homers and 37 RBIs. 

INF, Ben Miller, SR, Penn 
Hit .330 last season with 43 runs scored, 18 doubles, 42 RBI, 101 total bases, a .420 on-base percentage, and a .537 slugging percentage. Was named First-team All-Ivy. 

INF: Wyatt Henseler, JR, Penn 
An All-American last season, he led the Ivy League in home runs with 14 and slugging percentage (.697). He also set single-season records for homers, hits, runs, and total bases. 

INF: Luke Mutz, GR, Villanova 
Played at Swarthmore last season and was Centennial Conference Player of the Year after hitting .428 with 28 RBIs and 27 stolen bases. 

INF: Craig Larsen, GR, Villanova 
A grad transfer from Penn, he was an honorable mention All-Ivy last season. Hit .289 with five homers and 42 RBIs. 

INF: Nate Thomas, GR, Saint Joseph's 
Hit 18 dingers for the Hawks last season while driving in 58 runs. Posted a .618 slugging percentage. 

OF: Brett Callahan, JR, Saint Joseph's 
Hit .383 last season for the Hawks and stole 23 bases. Showed some power with eight dingers and posted a .587 slugging percentage. 

OF: Seth Werchan, SR, Penn 
Hit .227 last year but made just three errors in the field over 48 contests. Hit four homers and drove in 31 runs. 

OF: Paul Cooke, GR, Villanova 
Another grad transfer from Swarthmore, he was named to the All-Centennial Second Team last year after hitting .378 with seven homers and 31 RBIs. 

SP: Owen Coady, SR, Penn 
His 2.80 ERA was the best mark last season in the Ivy League. Held opponents to a .200 batting average and finished fourth in the conference with 74 strikeouts. 

RP: David Shoemaker, SR, Penn 
Limited opponents to a .152 average last season while working exclusively out of the bullpen. Collected 23 strikeouts over 25 innings. 

RP: Matt McShane, SO, Saint Joseph's 
Collected 51 strikeouts over 45 innings while posting a 6-0 record to go along with a 2.40 ERA.
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